Former NHS chief executive Nigel Crisp sets out his vision for a health-creating society.
Tom Heap adds locusts to his grocery shopping list and asks if we should all eat bugs.
Sian Williams analyses the importance of diet to brain health.
An update on cook Paula Wolfert and entrepreneur James Ashwell's food and dementia stories
Series exploring the place and nature of faith in today's world
Grace Dent discovers what has made Anthony Warner into the Angry Chef.
Erica McAlister asks if we should be eating more insects.
What does 'normal eating' mean when most of us are overweight or on a perpetual diet?
Dan Saladino meets the runners convinced low or no carbs is the way to peak performance.
Sheila Dillon asks if we eat better, will we age better?
He looks at the science behind diet and health in modern medicine.
Sheila Dillon looks at the practice of fasting from a religious and medical perspective.
How should we eat to reduce our carbon footprint? Four experts debate very different ideas
Sheila Dillon investigates the rise in demand for 'free from' foods.
In light of new concerns about healthy eating, Alistair Cooke reflects on Thanksgiving.
Sheila Dillon talks to people who eat according to very strict rules.
Sheila Dillon explores the reality and the myth of eating as a family.
Sheila Dillon asks if organic food will fall victim to the current economic turbulence.
Lucy Kellaway hosts an argumentative dinner party where all the debates are about food.
Carbohydrates - friend or foe?
Clare Balding has a sparkling day out, walking in Devon with the Diamond Ramblers.
Sheila Dillon looks at the Eatwell Plate.
Sheila Dillon's interview with Prof Louis Levy of Public Health England
Miles Chambers grew up veggie. Can Rachel Ama convince him to return to his roots?
Gregory Sams invented the Vegeburger mix which fed Miles Chambers as a child in the 1970s.