This week Sheila Dillon explores Romany food. We spend the day at the South East Romany Museum, home of Mary and Olby Brazil and see how Mary makes her beef broth or 'shackles'.
Romany elder Aaron Duval tells us how they catch and eat blackbirds, rabbits and hedgehogs.
Scottish Traveller, singer and storyteller Stanley Robertson explains the Scottish traveller's language, food traditions and superstitions.
We hear Romany journalist, Jake Bowers , on his radio talk show, Rocker Radio, (Rokker is Romany for 'talk') how younger Romanys are not able to have the same connection to the land and how the modern lifestyles of processed and junk food are a problem in the younger Romany community.
We speak to Zoe Matthews health project manager of the advisory group 'Friends, Family and Travellers' and Romany health workers Avril Fuller and Patricia Knight.
Friends, Families and Travellers have worked with traveller women to write a cookbook with traditional as well as healthier family recipes.