The Food programme

The Food programme

Por BBC
En Radio 4 BBC

Buckfast: the Transformation of Scotland’s Most Controversial Drink

Shedding its associations with street crime and violence, Buckfast is now drunk in upmarket...

Añadir a ... 

Stirring Up Stories: The Business of Food PR

Leyla Kazim finds out how food companies and restaurants use PR agencies to get us thinking about...

Añadir a ... 

Tastefully Worded: Exploring food in language

Can you have your cake and eat it? Do you have bigger fish to fry? Are you seduced by food...

Añadir a ... 

The Story of the Digestive: From grain to biscuit.

Dan Saladino tells the story of one of Britain's oldest and most popular biscuits, the digestive....

Añadir a ... 

Flour to the People.

Dan Saladino finds out how farmers, millers and bakers are reclaiming wheat, flour and bread in...

Añadir a ... 

Andrew Wong: A Life Through Food

“It’s about trying to paint pictures – of different places, different moments...

Añadir a ... 

Catering in Care Homes

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought into focus the lives of older and disabled people living in...

Añadir a ... 

The Great Food Reset?

Dan Saladino finds out why a UN summit to transform the global food system has become so...

Añadir a ... 

Plate of the Nation: Second Serving

Could we kick-start a major transformation of our food system, in just three years? That's the...

Añadir a ... 

Drinking Culture: The women calling out sexism in the alcohol industry

Over the past year, women working in different parts of the drinks industry have been sharing...

Añadir a ... 

Unpacking the Great British Picnic

In a country where weather is notoriously fickle, how has the picnic become such a beloved...

Añadir a ... 

Cyrus Todiwala: A Life Through Food

From Mumbai childhood to pioneering London chef, Mr Todiwala's Life Through Food; a story...

Añadir a ... 

The Medical Field: Why student doctors are getting out on farms

The Food Programme first met Iain Broadley and Ally Jaffee in 2017, when they were studying...

Añadir a ... 

Eat Your Art Out: How Art Makes Us Eat

Eating with our eyes is no new concept, but can visual art itself inspire or alter the way we...

Añadir a ... 

Tom Kerridge: A Life Through Food

Tom Kerridge is probably best known as the first chef in the UK to be awarded two prestigious...

Añadir a ... 

Socially Distanced Dining: Indoor restaurants reopen again

As hospitality businesses in most parts of the UK are allowed to resume serving customers indoors...

Añadir a ... 

Pure umami: should we learn to love MSG?

Monosodium Glutamate is probably one of the most contentious ingredients in modern food....

Añadir a ... 

1971: A year that changed food forever?

Dan Saladino asks if the year 1971 was a turning point for how the world eats? It was a year of...

Añadir a ... 

The Joy of Heat

The chilli revolution of the past decade has made the UK a nation of chilli-jam lovers, and...

Añadir a ... 

A Nominations Celebration

The BBC Food and Farming Awards are back for their 20th edition, ready to celebrate the people...

Añadir a ...