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Sheila Dillon
That woman fronting Radio 4's Obvs my views and not the BBC's. RTs not necessarily an endorsement. Agent: sally@sallyhope.biz
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Frédéric Leroy Feb 19
Replying to @rethinkx
Food-as-software. This must be the saddest approach to food production and consumption I've ever come across.
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Frédéric Leroy Feb 19
Replying to @rethinkx
Forget about your past food experiences & what they meant to you and your dear ones. This 👇 is how RethinkX wishes to obliterate and put biotechnology & software companies in charge of what you eat.
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Sheila Dillon Feb 20
Thank you Ms P....a very nice list!
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minette batters Feb 19
We need to produce much more of our fruit and veg in the UK. There’s been massive investment in automation and this sector can get there. But NOT in twelve months. might have the power but this approach is disastrous.
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Sheila Dillon Feb 19
Stunning building that up to the recent great refurbishment had not been taken care of.
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Bill McKibben Feb 19
Big new study with depressing new numbers that confirm what seemed obvious: “We knew fossil fuel extraction – including fracking – was a major part of global methane emissions, but... it is a far bigger culprit in climate change than we had ever thought"
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Sheila Dillon Feb 18
Replying to @PrueLeith
80 never looked so good! Happy birthday to an inspirer.
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Sheila Dillon Feb 18
Public spaces without needing to spend money. Mind expanding, access to the thrilling & different, a way of moving beyond yourself & the circumstances that seem to trap you. Libraries are crucial. My own experience as a child gave a similar role to the
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Sheila Dillon Feb 18
Good reason to nip up to Wigan if you can. The market used to be another, but now having a tough time. Why do councils continue to see as cash cows for general income rather than a public benefit to boost regeneration? Need low rents & smart support. Look at
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Sheila Dillon Feb 17
And just discovered I missed Ms Divine herself.... She too is is out there now for your listening pleasure. AND ....OMG.... Honey & Co The Food Talks is what you enter into the podcast app.
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Sheila Dillon Feb 17
Back to the roots...tho' my roots didn't have anyone quite as good as doing the cooking. Looking forward to this. You really can go home again. It's not the same, but the core is there. --radical place:
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Sheila Dillon Feb 17
Women in Food ...this week it's the fascinating At --listen wherever you get your podcasts.
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John Sweeney Feb 16
The BBC is a noble thing. It educates, informs, entertains the whole nation. It is Britain. Has it got faults? Don't get me started. But sending in the wrecking ball would be an act of spiteful madness.
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Andrew Bowie MP Feb 16
Uneasy about this. From a Unionist perspective, this is one of our last shared institutions- one in which every Briton has an equal stake; one that we as one nation share. Yes, we get frustrated with it. Yes, it can do better. But it is ours.
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Sheila Dillon Feb 16
There’s so much to say & scope for other programmes. We’ve only got 28’ at a time. Really interested in role of —a service I gather that’s been seriously cut
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Sheila Dillon Feb 15
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Sheila Dillon Feb 15
A detective story, from a bariatric surgeon who after years of treating desperate obese people wondered if they could be right about dieting and medical orthodoxy wrong. It’s brilliant. His insights on tomorrow ⁦⁩ ⁦
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The Dark Knight 19 Jan 17
A beautiful photo: immigrant carer helps 70 year-old man down steps in front of statue he doesn't understand.
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Sheila Dillon Feb 15
Worth your critical ear. Engaged & knowledgeable crew on a problem that’s central: how do we & our children want to eat? = how do we want to live? A junk, fast-food culture of ‘choice’ in an unequal society that needs the cheapest food to feed the low-paid? Or something else?
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Sheila Dillon Feb 15
Women hating runs so deep
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