RESCHEDULED –TVO Raw Milk Doc will now air on Monday March 28th


TVO producer Liane Kotler interviews Professor Art Hill following his talk at the 2016 Raw Milk Symposium in Guelph in January. Airing of the doc has now been rescheduled to March 28th.

Latest word from TVO producer Liane Kotler is that the documentary she produced based on interviews with Glencolton farmshare members and with speakers and participants at the Guelph Raw Milk Symposium in January will now air on Easter Monday, March 28th, instead of on Monday March 21st as earlier announced.

The scheduling change is due to a time sensitive news item that is being aired instead this Monday on TV Ontario.

As far as we know, the broadcast times should be the same as announced earlier for this Monday, 8 pm and 11 pm, and we look forward to the documentary being available online not too long after that.

As they say, “To air is human”!


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4 responses to “RESCHEDULED –TVO Raw Milk Doc will now air on Monday March 28th

  1. George

    I wonder if TVO will ask representatives of the Pro-Choice Movement if they would support our right to choose how to govern our own bodies?

    I wonder if they will interview any from the LGBT communities to see if they secretly applaud us in seeking equality in the face of injustice.

    I wonder if any of the advocates of doctor-assisted death were asked to comment on how the right of human dignity in death reflects our rights to decide in life.

    Where are the advocates for freedom to choose with respect to any cause? Why are they conspicuously absent?

    I ask these questions because it seems to me that millions who have personal agendas seldom remember that; “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Martin Luther King

    I challenge representatives from all groups who seek freedom to show their colours in support of our right to choose the food we believe is best for us because the underlying principle is the same.

    And I challenge TVO to recognize the similarities.

  2. New Scientist 14 Nov 2015 article Dark matter of life revealed, a whole new domain of life. It describes what exists inside our guts. It is something we aren’t born with but is transfered to us via raw milk, and simple trial and error experiances following birth. A major part of our body is not a part of us especially our stomach. Looking at the world as a whole we could say Canada is the stomach of the world in its racial variety, how that contributes to what is around us says in itself how raw milk adds to our diversity and therein contributes to our wellbeing.

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