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How to tell a food story: How we use fiction to talk about our food, and how food can help tell stories

How to tell a food story: How we use fiction to talk about our food, and how food can help tell stories

DesdeThe Food Chain


How to tell a food story: How we use fiction to talk about our food, and how food can help tell stories

DesdeThe Food Chain

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Longitud:
45 minutos
Publicado:
Apr 4, 2019
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Episodio de podcast

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What happens when food meets fiction? In this programme from the FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival, presenter Emily Thomas is joined by a panel of guests and an audience to find out how poems, plays and novels can help us better understand our food, and also how food can be used as a narrative device.

Poet and novelist Ben Okri, farmer and author Suzanna Crampton, and playwright and former script-writer for BBC radio drama The Archers, Graham Harvey, share some of their work. How do they balance food, fact and fiction in a world awash with misinformation?

This is a shorter version of the episode 'How to tell a food story' broadcast on 31 March 2019.

(Picture composite: Ben Okri, Suzanna Crampton and Graham Harvey. Credit: Roberto Ricciuti, Getty Images, Martha Faye and BBC)
Publicado:
Apr 4, 2019
Formato:
Episodio de podcast