Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
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Sheila Dillon visits the community bakery teaching Edinburgh to bake.
Mon 20 Jul 2015
Sheila Dillon finds out how a fast food worker strike in the US is influencing the UK.
Mon 13 Jul 2015
Sheila Dillon uncovers the new ways of drinking, selling and writing about wine.
Mon 6 Jul 2015
Lunch to lights out in the mother of Parliaments, an insider's view of Westminster's food.
Mon 29 Jun 2015
The incredible history of dining in Parliament. An insider's view of Westminster's food.
Mon 22 Jun 2015
Sheila Dillon devours the delightful children's books that made us excited about food.
Mon 15 Jun 2015
Simon Hopkinson explains why he left the success of Bibendum's kitchen to write about food
Sun 14 Jun 2015
Cook and food writer Simon Hopkinson shares his culinary life story with Sheila Dillon.
Mon 8 Jun 2015
Dan Saladino explores one of the food world's most misunderstood words - barbecue.
Mon 1 Jun 2015
Sheila Dillon continues to talk to chef Rick Stein about his TV career and travels.
Mon 25 May 2015
Sheila Dillon asks if seaweed can become a kitchen cupboard staple.
Mon 18 May 2015
Cyrus Todiwala celebrates the role of spice in Britain's community, identity and taste.
Sun 10 May 2015
25 years after Jane Grigson's death, Sheila Dillon and special guests discuss her legacy.
Sun 3 May 2015
Sheila Dillon looks back on 15 years of the BBC Food and Farming Awards.
Mon 27 Apr 2015
Felicity Evans discusses the role of diet in diabetes.
Mon 20 Apr 2015
Can UK school food be made better by learning from abroad? Sheila Dillon investigates.
Mon 13 Apr 2015
Dan Saladino meets the people working to save foods and flavours at risk of extinction.
Mon 6 Apr 2015
Sheila Dillon asks if the humble egg is breaking free of a once-tarnished reputation.
Mon 30 Mar 2015
Sheila Dillon asks what is still driving British people's love affair with sweets.
Mon 23 Mar 2015
Dan Saladino hears how three individuals are reimagining the potential of food waste.
Sun 15 Mar 2015
Sheila Dillon reveals the finalists for the 2015 BBC Food and Farming Awards.
Mon 9 Mar 2015
Oysters are receiving renewed attention around the world. Dan Saladino explains why.
Mon 2 Mar 2015
Sheila Dillon asks how food manufacturing has changed to create more 'natural' ingredients
Mon 23 Feb 2015
A restaurant run by prisoners becomes the most popular in Cardiff.
Mon 26 Jan 2015
Sheila Dillon lifts the lid on powdered baby milk.
Mon 16 Feb 2015
Tim Hayward asks why the British love soup and searches for the origins of brown Windsor.
Mon 9 Feb 2015
The UK's guilty secret? Sheila Dillon charts the 60-year shift from pot to ping.
Mon 22 Dec 2014
Sheila Dillon uncovers the food stories of those away from home on Christmas.
Mon 2 Feb 2015
Dan Saladino discovers a global movement rethinking our most widely-grown food crop, wheat
Mon 19 Jan 2015
Sheila Dillon and guests discuss what a food market needs for success in 2015.
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