Provocative…much of the world goes hungry, even though there is ample food. …Grain and other surpluses pile up in the West, while millions of people starve to death or suffer from malnutrition.The documentary is persuasive about this. – New York Times
A critical examination of the state of world hunger. Originally produced by Britain’s Yorkshire Television in 1988, this two-hour documentary was re-versioned for national broadcast on PBS by KCET/Los Angeles in 1988. Narrated by Martin Sheen.
Blaine Baggett: KCET Executive Producer
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