WUNC North Carolina Public Radio
Friday, July 3, 2009
They say, "You are what you eat," so knowing what happens on a farm is vital information. The documentary series, Five Farms: Stories From American Farm Families, surveys a year in the lives of five families across the country who still work the land. Series producer John Biewen and executive producer Wesley Horner join host Frank Stasio in the studio for a preview and a behind-the-scenes look at this radio documentary series. Amber Nimocks, producer. Frank Stasio, host.
A behind-the-scenes interview with series producer John Biewen and executive producer Wesley Horner. Courtesy "Where We Live" from WNPR, a media service of the Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network. Libby Conn, producer. John Dankosky, host. Kim Grehn, WNPR Vice President/Director.
A behind-the-scenes interview with series producer John Biewen, field producer Rob Dillard, and LaVon Griffieon, of the Griffieon family farm in Ankeny, Iowa. Courtesy Iowa Public Radio. Greg Shanley, host. Jeff Schmidt and Katherine Perkins, producers.
Utah Public Radio
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
A behind-the-scenes interview with series producer John Biewen. Courtesy Utah Public Radio. Tom Williams, host.
Five Farms Features from the BBC
These five features about the families profiled Five Farms were originally broadcast worldwide on the BBC World Service daily news and human interest program "Outlook."
"Outlook" is heard by an estimated 40 million listeners around the world, including those in the United States where the program is broadcast by affiliates of PRI Public Radio International.