The second segment of the BBC’s One Planet: Animals and Us, hosted by Victor Schonfeld (who did the influential The Animals Film in 1982), focused on vivisection. Schonfeld ended the program by agreeing that the animal rights movement needs crystal clear guidelines and he explored veganism as a possible way to deal with the problem of animal exploitation.
The BBC World Service is the most widely-listened to radio program in the world. It is exciting that veganism was discussed on the program.
In this Commentary, sociology instructor Roger Yates and NZ Podcast Producer Elizabeth Collins join Prof. Gary L. Francione for a commentary on the second segment of “Animals and Us.”
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