A celebration of chocolate from the Radio 4 Archive
Professor Charles Spence demonstrates how music can change what we taste.
Felicity Evans asks how George Cadbury's vision for Bournville, Birmingham, lives on today
Sue Lawley's castaway is businessman Sir Adrian Cadbury
Cocoa costs have soared recently. Tom Heap asks if costly chocolate might be good for all.
Chocolate, swimming and sport: life working at the Cadbury factory in Bourneville.
The story of Mott Green, Grenadian cocoa farmer, who tried to change the chocolate world.
A brief history of chocolate and the properties that make it an unlikely health food.
The chocolate snack opening up the lives of North Koreans, and other reporters' tales.
Evan Davis and guests discuss cocoa, chocolate and how to feed a global sweet tooth.
Sheila Dillon explains why supplies of cocoa around the world are facing a tricky future.
Claiming care home fees, designing disability products, and is FairTrade chocolate a con?
Sheila Dillon finds out why the debate about the role of sugar in our lives is hotting up.