In March 2002 on SOUNDPRINT, you'll hear personal stories exploring the faces of globalization in every day life - in five programs from Radio Netherlands, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio Hong Kong, and U.S. independent producers, including Lisa Simeone, Chris Brookes, Judith Kampfner, and Rob Hilton.
NORTH OF THE BORDER
Stories about the U.S.-Canadian tomato trade war, and an American family's decision to immigrate to Canada for greener pastures.
ON THE GROUND IN THE NETHERLANDS
Why tulip farmers are moving operations to China, and an in-your-ear diary of a runner at the Rotterdam marathon. Produced by Radio Netherlands.
CULTURE TO GO!
How global trade popularized fast food in Hong Kong and a richer macchiato in U.S. coffee bars. Reports from Radio Hong Kong and a U.S. indie producer.
GLOBAL VIEWS DOWN UNDER
A lone Tasmanian potato farmer fights the drain of potato exports on the local economy, while a radio producer ponders the secrets of the Masonic Lodge, Australian-style. Produced by the Australian Broadcasting Company.
AMERICAN IMMERSION IN PRAGUE AND TOKYO
What is the experience of Americans who went to Japan to make a fast buck teaching English, no experience required? Or Americans in Prague immersed in a nation's turbulent change? Views from two U.S. independent producers