The Great Food Gamble

The Great Food Gamble John Humphrys
  • Title: The Great Food Gamble
  • Author: John Humphrys
  • ISBN: 9780340770467
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Great Food Gamble John Humphrys The Great Food Gamble John Humphrys is a top political commentator and the voice of Radio s Today programme The Great Food Gamble raises enormous questions and is indeed a manifesto for change
    John Humphrys is a top political commentator and the voice of Radio 4 s Today programme The Great Food Gamble raises enormous questions and is indeed a manifesto for change.
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    About John Humphrys


    1. Desmond John Humphrys is a Welsh author, journalist and presenter of radio and television, who has won many national broadcasting awards From 1981 to 1987 he was the main presenter for the Nine O Clock News, the flagship BBC news television programme, and since 1987 he has been a presenter on the award winning BBC Radio 4 programme, Today He is also currently the host of the popular BBC Two television quiz show Mastermind.John Humphrys has written several books, including Lost for Words, in which he criticizes what he sees as the widespread misuse of the English language, plus Devil s Advocate , Beyond Words , The Great Food Gamble and In God We Doubt Confessions Of A Failed Atheist Humphrys is an agnostic, but has a curiosity to test his agnosticism and challenge established religions to see if they can restore his childhood belief in God In 2006, he presented a BBC Radio 4 programme, titled Humphrys in Search of God where he spoke to leading British authorities on Christianity, Judaism and Islam to try and restore his faith.Humphrys is a columnist for the Daily Mail.


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    1. A few years old now It is a decent enough review of intensive agriculture and its alternatives in the UK By and large, Humphrys is fare and balanced, but he occasionally veers towards the hysterical.He spends quite a bit of time talking about the ability of non scientists to make a contribution to science I wish he had seen himself as of a scientist than a journalist and actually cited some of the studies and statistics he gives carefully Trying to pick out his sources from his rather chaotica [...]

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    2. This is a well researched, well argued book about the harm we are doing to our environment and our food supplies as a result and eloquently reveals why it has happened Everyone should read it.

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