Sheila Dillon explores our national passion for crisps.
The World's Most Popular Cheese: The Story of Cheddar
Dan Saladino on the past, present and future of the world's most popular cheese, cheddar.
Sheila Dillon's Christmas Dinner
Sheila Dillon and very special guests share their favourite Xmas food and drink treats.
The Champagne Underground
Champagne sceptic Dan Saladino heads to the French region in search of mavericks of fizz.
Sheila Dillon explores porridge.
The BBC Food & Farming Awards 2018: The Search Begins...
Rick Stein, Andi Oliver and Yotam Ottolenghi launch the BBC Food & Farming Awards 2018.
What Delicious Future?
Dan Saladino looks at the ideas that could make a big impact on the future of our food.
Britain's Secret Saffron Story
Yasmin Khan discovers the unexpected British story of her favourite spice, saffron.
The World Service Cookbook
Meet some of the people behind an extraordinary cookbook compiled by BBC World Service.
The Vegetable Yoda: Charlie Hicks
Sheila Dillon and Dan Saladino pay tribute to greengrocer extraordinaire Charlie Hicks.
Comfort food for dark days
Sheila Dillon celebrates the power of food to comfort us in hard times.
Eat to Run, Part 3
Dan Saladino meets the runners convinced low or no carbs is the way to peak performance.
The Big Pig Roadtrip
Tim Hayward travels the UK to meet the people who champion rare breeds of British pigs.
Food writer Zoe Adjonyoh wants you to think again about saying 'African food'.
The Future of Bread
Dan Saladino and Nathan Myhrvold discuss one of the biggest bread projects ever undertaken
Doctor's Orders: Getting Tomorrow's Medics Cooking
Meet the medical students and doctors who want more training on diet and nutrition.
The Power of Food: Parabere Forum
Dan Saladino reports from the Parabere Forum, with five life-changing food stories.
The Sugar Tax: A (Short) History
Dan Saladino looks behind the headlines of the newly introduced sugar tax.
Northern Ireland: Food at a Crossroads
Sheila Dillon explores food from the border to Belfast in a country on the brink of Brexit
Is There a Place for Salt?
Sheila Dillon asks if there is a place for salt in our cooking and if all salts are equal.
The BBC Food & Farming Awards 2018: Finalist stories
From Belfast via Barrow-in-Furness to Brighton. Sheila Dillon meets our 2018 finalists.
Tayo Popoola introduces Sheila Dillon to a controversial bowl of rice.
Japanese Whisky: A Beginners Guide
Dan Saladino on how Japanese distillers managed to make some of the world's best whisky.
Food Stories From Syria (3)
Sheila Dillon shares food with people who have fled the war in Syria.
Sheila Dillon explores how food is used around the country to transform lives.
The Mothership of Brewing: Beer and the Belgians
Dan Saladino and drinks writer Pete Brown find out why Belgium beer is so influential.
Street Food 2018
Nigel Barden investigates the rapidly evolving world of street food in 2018.
BBC Food and Farming Awards 2018: First Course
Chefs, cooks and food writers gather to celebrate unsung food heroes.
BBC Food and Farming Awards 2018: Second Course
Sheila Dillon presents the stories behind this year's Food and Farming Awards
What's Eating The Restaurant Trade?
A panel discussion about the future of restaurants presented by Grace Dent.
The Eatwell Guide
Sheila Dillon looks at the Eatwell Plate.
Unedited: Sheila Dillon's interview with Prof. Louis Levy of Public Health England
Sheila Dillon's interview with Prof Louis Levy of Public Health England
Cycling and Food: Fuelling the Peloton
Behind the scenes at the world's biggest cycling events, the race is on in the kitchen.
Birmingham's Beloved Balti
Yasmin Khan charts the rise and fall of Birmingham's British-Pakistani Balti Triangle.
Richard Corrigan: A Life Through Food
A rare voice of authenticity from the kitchen and one of our most important chefs.
Music and Food: Sounds Delicious!
Dan Saladino speaks to chefs and scientists about the relationship between tunes and taste
Keep It Sticky: The Extraordinary Story of Chef Marcus Samuelsson.
Harlem chef Marcus Samuelsson tells his food story, from Ethiopia and Sweden to New York.
Shetland - A Food Homecoming
Sheila Dillon travels to Shetland.
There's More to Mangoes
Sheila Dillon looks at how convenience mangoes have kept us from their true exotic flavour
Seeds: a 400-million-year-old food story
Dan Saladino and Polly Russell share seed stories from this year's Oxford Food Symposium.
Sheila Dillon investigates food labelling; what's on, what's not, and how we got here.
The carnivore's guide to meat and fire
Tim Hayward on the very latest in meat and fire.
Rowley Leigh: A Life Through Food
Rowley Leigh, 'godfather' of modern British cooking, tells his food story to Dan Saladino.
Stories for a harvest moon
Stories of harvest from around the UK to celebrate the autumn equinox.
The Meat-Free Meat Movement
Meat-free meat is on the up, but what is it? Vegan cook Rachel Ama investigates
How to Feed a Fresher
It’s freshers' week, and The Food Programme wants to know what students are eating!
The C Word
A brewer's guide to modern cider.
A Vintage Year for Homegrown Wine
Susie Barrie joins the harvest at the end of a landmark growing season for homegrown wine.
May Contain Nuts
Bee Wilson asks whether food labelling needs to change to protect allergy sufferers.
How Instagram changed food
How Instagram changed food.
Cambodia's Forgotten Food
Genevieve Taylor tells the story of the forgotten Cambodian food being rediscovered today.
The Big Carb Debate
Carbohydrates - friend or foe?
The Food and Medicine Debate
Sheila Dillon and a group of food, diet and medical experts discuss food and lifestyle.
Cookbooks of 2018
Sheila Dillon, Chetna Makan, Tom Tivnan and Kate Young discuss the cookbooks of 2018.
Rachel Roddy and Sheila Dillon share their love of sweet chestnuts.
The Changing World of Chocolate
Charlotte Smith puts down her Kit Kat to ask what the future holds for chocolate
Nigella Lawson: A Life Through Food
You're invited to dinner with Nigella as she shares the memories and flavours of her life.
Weak, small and free: How no and low alcohol is finding power without strength
The story of the drinks going from strength to low strength and shaking up pubs and bars
Posh nosh for pooches is becoming big business - but is it in our dogs' best interests?
Feeding the Falklands
Gerard Baker finds out how Falkland Islanders meet the challenge of eating a varied diet.
The one where we talk about deep fried Mars Bars
Food writer Rachel McCormack explores deep fried cuisine throughout Europe
What does a no-deal Brexit mean for our food?
From 'preppers' to big brands, Dan Saladino gathers thoughts on a no-deal Brexit and food.
Who are the new generation shaking up the food system?
Voices for change in the food system from across the UK launch a search for new talent.
Curry house crisis... where are the women?
Sheila Dillon asks whey there aren't more women chefs in our South Asian restaurants.
Should I boycott palm oil?
Sheila Dillon asks whether we should avoid buying foods containing palm oil.
Anand Bhatt and invited guests explore local cuisine in a radio show dedicated to curry.
Spicing Up Soup
Making soup exciting and celebrating the versatile Jerusalem artichoke.
A senseless generation?
Should children be taught to smell, taste, touch and even listen to food?
Dietary Requirements? Don't panic! Frankie Vaughn delves into our recipe collection.
Pastry, Ice Cream, Edible Bouquets and Food Awards
Food, drink and recipes from Stoke, Staffordshire and Cheshire with Michelle Daniel.