Golden fields of oilseed rape increase as the UK is set to harvest more than ever before.
What happens when 42 people farm a single field? Paul Murphy finds out.
What is the future for one of the world's most successful and controversial crops, soya?
What does cassava teach us about the hidden social forces that support a modern economy?
Tim Hayward bites into Britain's growing chilli scene, from growers to expert eaters.
Cocoa costs have soared recently. Tom Heap asks if costly chocolate might be good for all.
With coffee sales increasing Sheila Dillon asks what is actually in our daily cup?
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history of coffee and its impact
Dan Saladino, longtime espresso-drinker, journeys into coffee's past, present and future.
Sheila Dillon tells the story of teff, an ancient grain for modern times.
Exploring the ancient grain ethos of BBC Food and Farming Awards finalist Heritage Harvest
Two remarkable women have found a formula to save the last of the Indonesian rainforest.
Formby asparagus was once a famous delicacy. Caz Graham meets the last of the growers.
Where in the world does our food come from and why? Charlotte Smith investigates.
Benjamin Ramm explores one of the strangest chapters in China's history - mango mania.
Caz Graham visits food writer and smallholder Alex Rushmer in Cambridgeshire.
A traditional cooking oil and a controversial food ingredient. What's up with palm oil?
Sheila Dillon explores the culinary uses of rapeseed oil.
Natural rubber still goes mostly into tyres, and its production still causes controversy.
Sheila Dillon asks whether we should avoid buying foods containing palm oil.
Caz Graham gets the summer started with a visit to a strawberry farm.
Sybil Ruscoe is in Worcestershire to meet the UK's only Asian strawberry producer.
Kathy Willis explores the smuggling of rubber seeds from South America.
Dan Saladino reports on a rare, violet-coloured onion from The Basque region in Spain.
Coffee prices are at a 30 year high. Sheila Dillon traces the money along the supply chain
Dan Saladino discovers a global movement rethinking our most widely-grown food crop, wheat
Kathy Willis examines how we are building future resilience into our modern crops.
Tom Heap asks if a campaign to ban palm oil from rain forest areas can succeed.
Sheila Dillon looks at how convenience mangoes have kept us from their true exotic flavour
The incredible story of one farmer who is trying to change the way we produce our food.