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July 19th 2010:PIG BUSINESS" - The Life of Lady Tracy Worcester - Filmmaker and Champion of Animal Rights.

Lady Tracy Worcester joins David Gibbons to discuss the widespread concerns over animal abuse, pollution of the environment, destruction of small farmers and jeopardizing of lives in this profound program. Pig business is big business, and vast factory operations across Europe not only have a poor record on animal welfare, they also stand accused of endangering the health of communities near pig factories, polluting the environment and putting traditional independent farmers out of business. Lax labeling requirements in the UK mean British consumers are not able to determine the country of ori

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Tracy Worcester

Tracy Louise Ward, Marchioness of Worcester, frequently referred to as Tracy Worcester (born 22 December 1958 in London, England) is a former actress, now an environmental campaigner. She is a daughter of the Hon. Peter Ward (a younger son of the third Earl of Dudley and formerly chairman of the family business, Baggeridge Brick PLC) and his first wife, Clare Baring, the only child of Giles Baring. She is the sister of British actress Rachel Ward and also has one brother and two half-brothers. Her great-grandfather, William Ward, 2nd Earl of Dudley, was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in the early twentieth century, and then Governor General of Australia. He was the son of Georgina Ward, Countess
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