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Paul in National Geographic

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      Thanks for posting this! Paul looks great, and he presented his views very sensibly and intelligently. Looking forward to seeing the documentary.

        Great interview!

          Just re-read the title of this thread and had an image of it: "Here we see the former Beatle in his natural habitat, surrounded by musical instruments and soundboards."

            Wonderful interview! Thanks for posting the link!!

            Here's the documentary information

            One Day a Week was produced by Hope Production in collaboration with Meat Free Monday. Baptiste Rouget-Luchaire serves as director.

            The film will be available for streaming on Friday, Nov. 3rd on the Meat Free Monday YouTube page

              great interview, Paul looks great too!
              I love his explanation: "...along side us, these little dudes (LOL), these animals...we all have this chance to survive, I like giving them their best shot...it's a life and I don't see why I shouldn't allow that animal to have that life when I don't need to take it"
              I like listening to him about becoming a vegetarian, he is so relatable.

                Nancy R:Just re-read the title of this thread and had an image of it: "Here we see the former Beatle in his natural habitat, surrounded by musical instruments and soundboards."

                LOL! I could think of a few other titles...

                  Lovely photo of Paul and daughter Mary today at the premiere screening of the short documentary. (In London?)
                  From Paul's instagram.

                    I could have used those boots of Mary's today... walking through wet grass.

                    http://c4483579.r79.cf2.rackcdn.com/MFM-oct17-bulletin-WEB.html

                      WHY PAUL STARTED MEAT FREE MONDAY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hx64I5oZ95Q

                      ONE DAY A WEEK: https://youtu.be/ulVFWJqXNg0

                        It's nice to have Paul narrate a video that raises awareness of not only the environmental issues that we face on our planet, but also the benefits of meat free Mondays.

                        Rolling Stone states that the video features an unreleased McCartney song, "Botswana," as well as selections from his 1997 classical album, Standing Stone.

                        http//www.rollingstone.com/music/news/paul-mccartney-narrates-short-film-on-climate-change-animal-agriculture-w510897

                          oobu24:

                          Nancy R:Just re-read the title of this thread and had an image of it: "Here we see the former Beatle in his natural habitat, surrounded by musical instruments and soundboards."

                          LOL! I could think of a few other titles...

                          Yeah, me too!

                            Nancy R:

                            oobu24:
                            Nancy R:Just re-read the title of this thread and had an image of it: "Here we see the former Beatle in his natural habitat, surrounded by musical instruments and soundboards."

                            LOL! I could think of a few other titles...

                            Yeah, me too!

                              Nancy R:Just re-read the title of this thread and had an image of it: "Here we see the former Beatle in his natural habitat, surrounded by musical instruments and soundboards."

                              Ha! Good one!
                              You could add: "Always on the lookout for his next musical idea."

                                beatlesfanrandy:

                                Nancy R:Just re-read the title of this thread and had an image of it: "Here we see the former Beatle in his natural habitat, surrounded by musical instruments and soundboards."

                                Ha! Good one!
                                You could add: "Always on the lookout for his next musical idea."