Todd Darling

documentary filmmaker

Guest

Producer and director of the documentary Occupy the Farm, a story of urban farmers who fight development by growing food

Todd Darling on KCRW

UC Berkeley had  plans  to transform two acres on the shore of San Francisco Bay from a research farm into a commercial development.  Some 200 people had a different idea.

'Occupy the Farm' and the Fight to Grow Food

UC Berkeley had plans to transform two acres on the shore of San Francisco Bay from a research farm into a commercial development.  Some 200 people had a different idea.

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

The California Botanic Garden in Claremont has a Noah’s Ark of native plants. That’s where freezers preserve seeds from plants that might go extinct.

from Greater LA

Two refugees who escaped Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport meet for the first time since 1939, recounting stories of how they left Europe as children.

from Greater LA

California’s pretensions have acquired real weight.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

As the pandemic raged, dozens of homeless veterans built a military-style encampment on a sidewalk in one of LA’s toniest neighborhoods.

from City of Tents: Veterans Row

The College Board has revised some of its new AP African American studies curriculum following criticism from Governor Ron DeSantis and other conservatives.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Panelists discuss the Brazilian rioters who stormed government buildings, backlash towards President Biden’s border visit, and the classified documents discovered in Biden’s former…

from Left, Right & Center

Lisa Marie’s sudden death, at age 54, has more women thinking about heart health. The CDC says heart disease is now the leading cause of death for women in the U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Political violence is up. But commentator Joe Mathews says elected officials are not just victims of angry constituents, but often perpetrators of poisonous politics themselves.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

LA’s annual homeless count determines how resources get distributed to the region’s unhoused residents.

from Greater LA