Tag Archive | vegetarianism

NEW: transcripts of “Vegetarianism: The Story So Far”

Transcripts are now available of every episode of “Vegetarianism: The Story So Far”, thanks to volunteer Amy Carpenter. Find them via the “Vegetarianism: The Story So Far” home page, the transcript archive, or just after the download link in individual episode posts.

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Podcasters interview Ian about #VegHist

If you’re not yet tired of hearing me talk about vegetarian history, you can enjoy other show hosts interviewing me about it. It makes a refreshing change to me carefully scripting a deep dive into history.

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Video Trailer for #VegHist

Why you should hear the epic backstory to today’s vegan movement. Trailer (2 mins).

VegHist Ep 15: Liberation. Veganism, hippies, and the animal rights movement. With Sam Calvert and Maneka Gandhi; at London, Cambridge, and Bangalore

Crowd holding vegan banners

How has western vegetarianism risen, within living memory, from fringe to mainstream choice? And how has veganism gone from nowhere to everywhere?

Episode 15: Liberation

This final episode recounts the growth of veganism, vegetarianism, and the modern animal advocacy movement.

Ian treads in the footsteps of the handful of pioneers who set up the vegan movement in the 1940s, and meets a life vegan born in 1951.

He investigates the sixties counterculture that combined the philosophy of ethics, activism, and new ways of living and working, visiting one of Britain’s first vegetarian wholefood co-operatives.

And as vegetarian and vegan movements increasingly link up around the world, he looks at developments in China and India. In New Delhi, he meets the vegan politician who is also the most prominent animal advocate in the world’s largest democracy.

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