EATING WHAT COMES NATURALLY - ORGANIC FARMING REPORT

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Places:

  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow
  • Perth and Perthshire

Subjects:

  • Agriculture
  • Food and drink

Genres:

  • Television news

Series:

  • Scotland today

Decade:

  • 1980s

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Title: EATING WHAT COMES NATURALLY - ORGANIC FARMING REPORT

Reference number: T2332

Date: 1982c

Production company: Scottish Television

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: Non-Fiction

Running time: 25.54 mins

Description: STV report on the resurgence of interest in traditional organic farming methods - includes interviews with farmers who both support and oppose organic methods, and with traders and retailers about consumer demand for organic produce.

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(0.00) blank (0.02) [no title] opening sequence of shots, including turkey, butcher chopping joint, mincing machine, fruit bagging machine, sheep being removed from lorry, livestock truck arriving at cattle market, gvs at auction mart, display of vegetables (0.42) black (0.56) gvs poultry in farmyard - talking heads Nander Robertson and other farmers with opposing views of chemical fertilisers - wide shot and farmyard with tractor at Glenside Farm, Plean (2.10) talking head Robertson about Glenside's use of natural fertilisers, intercut with shots of tractor loading bags on to flat-bed lorry and gv of fields - talking head farmer about advantages of using chemical fertilisers - talking head Robertson and other farmer about problems of chemicals (4.54) black (5.19) talking heads Robertson and other farmer, opposing views about long-term effects of chemicals - gvs of poultry enclosure at Glenside Farm, sheep and field hedges - talking head Robertson about first batch of organically reared lambs - shots of organic lamb posters in butcher's shop, gvs of shop - ext and int shots of McNaughton's butcher shop in Bannockburn, shots of butchers at work and talking head butcher about demand for organic produce - butcher weighs cuts - shot of packaged product - talking head customer about trying organic produce (9.46) shots of Country Kitchen wholefood restaurant in Edinburgh - int shots of restaurant and customers - talking head restaurant owner? about image of organic food - gvs of serving trays and food, menu board and customers - c/u of 'organically grown' sign - talking head restaurant owner about parsnip chips (12.08) gv of butcher's counter display - talking head Edinburgh butcher Sandy Crombie about his range of products - brief talking head butcher about naturally-reared lamb (13.53) gvs of cattle market at Edinburgh, sheep coming out of truck into pens, auctioneer at work - gvs sheep and auction customers - talking head farmer about return to organic farming - gvs of sheep in pens (15.34) black (15.53) gvs cattle auction ring - talking head farmer about hormone implanting - gvs of Organic Farm Foods warehouse in Bathgate, fork-lift driver at work, woman sorting produce boxes - talking head businessman Robert Kingdon about sourcing and supplying organic produce, quality of organic produce - gvs of produce and packing in factory - shots of Roots and Fruits shop in Glasgow - talking heads owners about demand for organic produce (19.17) ext of Queen's College, Glasgow - reporter interviews college lecturer about comparison between quality of organic and non-organic produce - three lecturers in taste test for two types of potatoes and carrots, all prefer organic produce (22.46) shots of sheep in auction pen, int of Roots & Fruits shop - talking heads Robertson, other, Crombie, Kingdon, farmers about organic produce - closing sequence of shots of cattle market, butcher's shop, poultry, organic produce (25.50) black (25.54)