Interviews

The Monocle Weekly Interview: How the chicken became such a familiar feathered friend

The Monocle Weekly Interview: How the chicken became such a familiar feathered friend

Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound meet celebrated French film director François Ozon to discuss gender on the big screen, learn about the story of the
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KERA Interview: Chickens In Charge

KERA Interview: Chickens In Charge

Chickens were domesticated 10,000 years ago. And in the time that’s passed, humans have come to rely on them in ways that extend beyond our
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National Geographic: The Surprising Ways That Chickens Changed the World

National Geographic: The Surprising Ways That Chickens Changed the World

by Simon Worrall For most of us, the word “chicken” spells a cold, clammy slab of plastic-wrapped white meat plucked out of the refrigerated section
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Christopher Kimball of America’s Test Kitchen Interviews Andrew Lawler

Christopher Kimball of America’s Test Kitchen Interviews Andrew Lawler

The love of chickens goes back to ancient Egypt as well as Rome; however, chicken as meat did not become popular in America until WWII.

The Brian Lehrer Show interviews Andrew Lawler

The Brian Lehrer Show interviews Andrew Lawler

How the Humble Chicken Changed the World Andrew Lawler tells human history through the chicken. Listen to the interview

NPR’s Marketplace Kai Ryssdal checks out the chicken book

NPR’s Marketplace Kai Ryssdal checks out the chicken book

NPR’s Marketplace Kai Ryssdal checks out Andrew Lawler’s chicken book; listen to the broadcast. Reprinted from Kai Ryssdal’s feature on Marketplace: Here’s some stuff from
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