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Eating Animals Part 1: The Future of Meat
Dan Saladino finds out why tensions are running so high over meat vs plant based diets.
Eating Animals Part 2: A Meat Q&A.
Dan Saladino, Sheila Dillon and a range of experts answer your questions on meat eating.
Cookbooks of 2019
Cerys Matthews and Lia Moutselou join Sheila Dillon to review 2019 in cookbooks.
The Sugar Plum Shift: Exploring the ballet world’s changing approach to food, nutrition and body image
Sheila Dillon explores how attitudes towards food and diet have changed in ballet
Michel Roux Jr: A Life Through Food
Sheila Dillon meets the renowned chef to talk food, family and festive inspiration
Is The Dinner Party Dead?
Josceline Dimbleby, Alison Roman & Alexandra Dudley on how to have friends over for food.
Could eating microalgae be the next big thing?
Sheila Dillon investigates why one day we could all be eating pond scum
Pints of progress: The brewers changing attitudes to learning disabilities
Jaega Wise meets the brewers pouring away preconceptions in the workplace
Yes We Can: What do the tins we eat say about the UK?
Jack Monroe and Sheila Dillon ask whether tinned foods have an image problem in the UK.
The Physicist In the Kitchen
Can science help us cook better? Dan Saladino asks Heston Blumenthal and Raymond Blanc.
Mary Berry: A Life Through Food
Sheila Dillon meets baking guru, TV judge and home-cooking champion, Mary Berry
What Is Making My Child Fat? Part 1: Finding Solutions to the UK’s Child Obesity Issue
Sheila Dillon speaks to children and young people seeking solutions to obesity in the UK.
What Is Making My Child Fat? Part 2: The Debate and Your Questions.
Sheila Dillon puts your questions on child obesity related health to an expert panel.
A Tale of Two Fish: Salmon, the wild and farmed
Dan Saladino investigates fears of wild Atlantic salmon's possible extinction in 20 years.