Television and Radio Appearances
In addition to hosting PBS series “The Endless Feast,” commentating on the Sundance Channel’s “Big Ideas for a Small Planet,” and on the PBS special "Nourish: Food + Community," other television networks on which Terry has appeared include CBS, FOX, and NBC. He has been interviewed and corresponded on dozens of nationally syndicated radio programs.
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