The Food programme

The Food programme

Por BBC
En Radio 4 BBC

School Food: Re-imagined

What is the current school meal model, how well is it working and how has the pandemic highlighted existing problems...

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Everything Stops For Tea.

The past 12 months have been tumultuous for us all. But imagine, for one second, how it would have been without a cup...

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Charles Campion: A Life Through Food.

The writer Charles Campion, who passed away recently, was an obsessive collector of food stories. With the help of...

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Cooking Blind

Amar Latif, entrepreneur and presenter, became the first blind contestant on BBC One's Celebrity Masterchef in 2019....

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Flavours of Home: The refugees forging new lives through food

COVID-19 may have pushed it from the front pages, but the refugee crisis rages on around the world, fed by war,...

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All at Sea? Fishing after Brexit

Dan Saladino finds out what the Brexit deal means for the fishing industry. Some exports and logistics companies have...

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What to Eat to Save the Planet?

As scientific evidence grows showing an urgent need for us to reduce the environmental impact of food we eat, Sheila...

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BrewDog: Punks grown up?

BrewDog to a lot of people are almost synonymous with 'craft beer.' They are everywhere from supermarkets to off...

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Inside the World Food Programme

Dan Saladino tells the inside story of Nobel Peace Prize winners the World Food Programme. Produced and presented by...

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Loving the Leftovers

Christmas is over, everyone’s eaten too much – and yet, there’s still a mountain of leftover...

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Christmas Cooking: The 2020 Edit

Christmas will be different this year, but it doesn't mean it should be any less delicious. Sheila Dillon is joined...

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The Secret Life of Chocolate. Part 2: The future.

In the second of a two part chocolate special Sheila Dillon is joined by baker and chocolatier Selasi Gbormittah and...

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Cookbooks of 2020

Whether it's a recipe book full of mouthwatering meals, a deep dive into the science of what we eat or a collection...

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What’s the deal with "chlorinated chicken"?

What do we mean by chlorinated chicken? Why is it such a bad thing? What exactly are the UK standards that...

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Raymond Blanc: The Lost Orchard

Raymond Blanc has spent decades growing an orchard at Le Manoir. An orchard Raymond has planted with 2500 rare trees...

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University Challenge: How students and universities are managing meals during the pandemic

Universities have become big business in the UK in recent decades - educating around 2.3 million students, with an...

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Nadiya Hussain: A Life Through Food

It's been five years since Nadiya Hussain left the Great British Bake Off tent victorious, inspiring and instilling...

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Eat Your Way to Power: Food and Politics on the Campaign Trail

Food can tell us a lot about our politicians, at least that seems to be what we think. We love to see them eat and we...

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Faith, Fasts and Feasts: The role of food in Jewish celebration

This year’s autumn run of Jewish holy days has been like no other; but even with coronavirus-related...

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English Pastoral: James Rebanks on the future of food.

Dan Saladino visits shepherd and writer James Rebanks whose farm in Cumbria spans three generations. What does can...

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