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Really Wild Food

Duration:
28 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 16 February 2014

Sheila Dillon interviews the team behind the BBC's Natural History Unit to uncover the strangest collection of food stories from around the world. From weird, wonderful and disgusting tales of eating krill burgers in the Antarctic, to drinking goat's blood in Ethiopia.

Produced by Emma Weatherill in Bristol.

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Presenter
Sheila Dillon
Producer
Emma Weatherill

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