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  • rachel mercy
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      > Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2008 12:45:35 PM
      > Subject: PBS television special - searching for
      > interviewees
      >
      > Hi Colleagues,
      >
      >
      > I'm passing on what could be a great opportunity
      > for BCC students. If any of your students would
      > be interested, please pass it on to them.
      >
      >
      > We're looking for articulate 18-23 year
      > olds interview subjects for a national
      > PBS television special.
      >
      >
      > Thanks,
      >
      >
      > Joey Xanders
      > Narrative Scriptwriting I
      > BCC
      >
      > Hi Joey,
      >
      > Here is a link to a short trailer of our television
      > special for PBS about food and agriculture called
      > “Nourish: Food + Community.” This half-hour, magazine
      > style program is designed to address one of the critical
      > issues of our time: How do we create a sustainable food
      > system?
      >
      > http://www.goworldlink.org/programs/video/NourishPromo.m4v
      >
      > To complete our production, we need some additional youth
      > interviews, much like you see in the trailer. I wonder if
      > you have any current or past students who would like to be
      > part of a national television special. We are looking for
      > articulate, energetic and outgoing individuals between the
      > ages of 18 and 23. They don’t have to be experts on food
      > and agriculture, just enthusiastic and curious. We plan to
      > conduct 30 – 45 minute interviews with about 10
      > ethnically diverse young adults. The interviews will take
      > place on May 31st, at a sound stage in either Berkeley or
      > San Francisco.
      >
      > I have included a message below that you can forward to
      > anyone who might be interested. Please feel free to pass
      > this on to other professors, as well.
      >
      >
      > Best wishes,
      >
      > Linda Davis
      > WORLDLINK
      > * * *
      >
      > WANT TO BE ON PBS TELEVISION?
      >
      > Are you interested in the issues of sustainable food and
      > agriculture? Would you like to learn more about where your
      > food comes from, and how it reaches you? Would you like to
      > experience the process of making a television program?
      >
      > We are looking for students to participate in our PBS
      > special entitled Nourish: Food + Community. We are
      > contacting universities across the Bay Area to find
      > approximately 10 young adults who will participate in the
      > “Speaking Out” segment of our program, where students
      > share their thoughts and opinions about food and
      > agriculture. If you are selected, we will need
      > approximately 2 hours of your time Saturday, May 31st, at a
      > sound stage in either Berkeley or San Francisco.
      >
      > The final Nourish program will also include interviews
      > with “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” author Michael Pollan,
      > British chef Jamie Oliver, food justice activist Bryant
      > Terry and author Anna Lappe.
      >
      > If you are interested or would like more information,
      > please e-mail joeyxanders@... with the following
      > information:
      >
      > 1. Your name and age
      > 2. A digital photograph of yourself
      > 3. A phone number where she can reach you and the best
      > time to call
      >
      > We hope you take advantage of this exciting
      > opportunity and we look forward to meeting you.
      >
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