I’m fortunate that it’s been very well received. Canadian vegan physician Tushar Mehta calls it:
a brilliant synthesis; a flowing narrative that is a balanced and accurate representation of Eastern and Western philosophy and culture
Another Canadian reviewer calls it:
on par with BBC documentaries
And G Cassells in the UK says:
I love the narrative, listening to how the spread of ideas emerged across the world.
I’ve taken a sabbatical from paid employment to record interviews with world-leading experts, pore over research in the British Library, and travel to the places where the story unfolded – including the length and breadth of India – to bring the story to listeners.
As a long-time vegan, understanding the people who have been making the case for animals for centuries makes me realise I’m part of a movement that’s not just global, but has been handing on the baton since the iron age.
I'm a British new media person with a passion for radio, and interested in the kind of stories best told when we see humans as part of the world of animal minds. I blogged about why I'm producing The Vegan Option.