Don’t Miss: New documentary A Taste of Whale questions Faroes hunt

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A Taste of Whale starts a gripping conversation between activists and whalers from the Faroe Islands, as they prepare for the “grind”, a hunt of whales and dolphins. Watch on Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV+ from 27 May.

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