Bitter Brew: The harrowing story of rape, murder and violence on a Kenyan tea plantation.
Banning Eyre visits Misiones province in Argentina to learn about chamame music.
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.
How a late-night internet purchase led to the creation of Devon’s first tea estate.
Emma is 23 and wants to see detox teas banned. Is she right?
Jaega Wise explores the ceremony and ritual of drinking tea.
Speciality tea is the biggest growth area in the tea sector - so what's the appeal?
Barry Smith discovers the secret to blending tea.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss tea, the first truly global commodity.
Dan Saladino investigates tea's past, present and future and explores our changing tastes.
Do we pay enough for tea? Dan Saladino continues his look at our love affair with the leaf
A bitter nut from West Africa with a high caffeine boost!
Bridget Kendall and guests explore the origins of chocolate.
Coffee prices are at a 30 year high. Sheila Dillon traces the money along the supply chain
Jane Deith investigates conditions for tea workers in Assam.
Why is the drug khat still legal in the UK but banned in many other western countries?
What's the optimum scientific method for making the perfect cup of tea?
Sheila Dillon explains why supplies of cocoa around the world are facing a tricky future.