A selection of programmes featuring previous Food Personality winners and the 2014 judges
Sheila Dillon, Richard Corrigan and Valentine Warner launch the BBC Food & Farming Awards.
Sheila Dillon looks at school catering after Jamie Oliver's acclaimed TV series.
Sheila Dillon and Nigel Slater cook a perfect meal.
Mark Bittman, chief food writer at the New York Times, meets three campaigning UK chefs.
Sue Lawley's castaway is TV chef Jamie Oliver
Roy Plomley's castaway is cookery expert Delia Smith
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall talks to You and Yours about is latest campaign.
Cook Nigel Slater gives his recipe for leek and cheese tart, the perfect seasonal treat.
Rick Stein talks about his series on India and his quest to find the perfect curry
Sue Lawley's castaway is TV chef and restaurateur Rick Stein
For Nigel Slater, nutmeg is 'the scent of Christmas', but Sheila Dillon needs convincing.
Sue Lawley's castaway is cookery writer Nigel Slater
Author and cook Nigel Slater talks about memories evoked by the smell of raspberries.
Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall; urinary incontinence; poet Lavinia Greenlaw.
Kirsty Young's castaway is the food writer and cook Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
Comparing celebrity chefs with social agendas and Victorian chef Alexis Soyer.
Food writer Charles Campion reveals a family favourite recipe for his Christmas pleasure.
Adam Henson visits a farm which aims to take back power from the supermarkets.
Sue Lawley's castaway is chef Raymond Blanc
Adam Henson visits a Welsh farm with a flock of multi-coloured sheep.
Valentine Warner and chef Magnus Nilsson swap food stories. In part one, British wild boar
Valentine Warner visits a Herefordshire cider orchard to help harvest the apples.
Tim Hayward explores one of the most humble and complex of kitchen staples, stock.