The Food programme

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The Food programme

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Reformulation – a fix for the obesity crisis?

In the UK poor diet is a worrying public health issue, and we rank one of the worst in Europe for...

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Protein: power in powder?

Protein supplements have been around for a long time but recently it feels like they made the...

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Sandor Katz: Fermentation Journeys

Dan Saladino talks with Sandor Katz about the diversity of fermentation around the world....

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Michael Caines: A Life Through Food

The award winning and inspirational chef tells his food story to Dan Saladino. One of his...

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Mindful Food and the Art of Attention

In a world where our attention spans are getting shorter, where we are rewarded not for the...

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Bread: Why should we care more about it?

What difference would it make if more people rejected cheap bread made using the Chorleywood...

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The Food Strategy: Is There One?

Dan Saladino and Sheila Dillon dig deep into the details of the newly published Government Food...

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Birmingham’s Food System Revolution

The city of Birmingham is about to launch its own ambitious Food System Strategy. It’s...

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Can we bring food diversity back to the table?

Dan Saladino meets people saving endangered foods and bringing diversity back to our diets....

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The BBC Food and Farming Awards return for 2022

Sheila Dillon and judges Asma Khan and Michael Caines open nominations for the 2022 BBC Food &...

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Falafel: A recipe for connection

Falafels are a widely celebrated and much loved food that have become an everyday part of street...

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Consider the Axe: Food, farming and the wonders of Stonehenge.

Dan Saladino and blacksmith Alex Pole explain how our food has been influenced by metals.

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Madhur Jaffrey: A Legacy

40 years ago the BBC broadcast a new TV cooking series called "Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cooking"....

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Staffordshire Oatcakes – a Potteries tradition going strong

In our world of globalised food, there are few things that have remained true local specialities,...

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SPAM: food + war + memory in a can

No other tinned meat has had the worldwide cultural impact of SPAM. Though often denigrated in...

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Jack Monroe: A Life Through Food

Jack Monroe, the food writer and poverty campaigner sits down in her living room in...

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An Easter Special

Dan Saladino hears from cooks in Palermo, Marseille and Kyiv about Easter food traditions....

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Ukraine: The Food Dimension Part 2

Dan Saladino speaks to food suppliers and farmers in Ukraine about the impact of war. Produced...

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Beans Part 2: How Spain Does Beans

A few months ago, Sheila Dillon opened a glass jar of chickpeas in her kitchen. Their taste was...

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Beans Part 1: Are Legumes the Answer?

In the first of two programmes all about beans, Sheila Dillon asks if they could be the answer to...

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