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Latest Guest Podcasts

Philip is a guest on a variety of different podcasts, where he’s put in the hot seat by a range of different interviewers. If you’re keen to stay informed on current food,  farming and animal welfare issues, please do take the time to listen’

  • Sixty Harvests Left is Liz Jones' Book of the Week on her podcast...

  • From the United Kingdom to Italy, from Brazil to the Gambia to the USA, Philip Lymbery, the internationally acclaimed author of Farmageddon, goes behind the scenes of industrial farming and confronts 'Big Agriculture', where mega-farms, chemicals and animal cages are sweeping the countryside and jeopardising the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat and the nature that we treasure....

  • Gilly Smith and Philip discuss Sixty Harvests Left,  in which he picks up the soil where the animals once grazed, naturally fertilising the land and providing rich pickings for the bugs and worms and shows us what our junk food culture has done to it......

  • This month’s episode focuses on the upcoming UN Convention on Biological Diversity, set to take place in Kunming, China this October. Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming, talks about encouraging companies to move to environmentally friendly and healthy farming practices....

  • Factory Farming is the most significant source of animal cruelty on the planet, the biggest driver of extinction and species loss. On this week’s Connecting the Dots - meet Mr Philip Lymbery, Global CEO of Compassion in World Farming. He talks about the need for regenerative agriculture and the urgency to eliminate bloated and wasteful factory farming systems....

  • After the surprise by-election result at Chesham and Amersham, in our eighth episode Dominic discusses whether there is still a need for HS2 and the impact of loosening housing development controls. We highlight the new Australian trade deal and the animals at the heart of it. Our first guest audio comes from Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming, who puts the case for ‘cultured meat’. ...

  • In May 2021 CiWF produced a position statement on Meat Alternatives, and it’s that position that Philip discusses in this shortcast. “Compassion in World Farming believes that meat alternatives are a vital part of the solution in ending factory farming and transforming the global food system to one that is healthy, humane and regenerative. Alternative protein innovations, whether plant-based meat analogues, cultured meat from stem-cells or proteins from fermentation, offer the potential to replace the consumption of meat from intensively farmed livestock and thereby reduce animal suffering.”...

  • April 14th 2021 Episode of the Food Foundation’s Right2Food podcast hosted by Delicious magazine. Here Philip talks about the gaps in the food system that COVID has revealed and his role as UN Food Systems Summit Champion - (Philip is at 11.42)...

  • In this episode we talk to Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming and author, about sustainable and humane meat consumption, lab-grown meat and its possible effects on society, as well as his policy ideas for a more sustainable agricultural system....

  • Our meat and dairy intensive diets are destroying the planet. In this podcast, animal welfare environmentalist Philip Lymbery shares the new science of living sustainably and makes a powerful case for changing how we eat....

  • Philip Lymbery talks to Vet Times editor James Westgate about what we need to learn from COVID-19 and how vets have a vital role to play in building a sustainable future for British farming...

  • Ira Pastor, ideaXme life sciences ambassador and CEO of Bioquark, interviews Philip Lymbery, award winning author of books Farmageddon and Dead Zone and Global CEO of Compassion in World Farming....