Jaega Wise and Dan Saladino investigate the hidden story of slavery in our food. Read more
Food and the legacy of slavery
Jaega Wise and Dan Saladino investigate the hidden story of slavery in our food.
Plate of the Nation
Discussing the future of UK food policy in light of the National Food Strategy
Sitopia - a land with food at its centre
This special edition of The Food Programme comes from the year 2030.
A different kind of S.W.A.T team: Food in Lockdown
Romy Gill and Sheila Dillon hear how volunteers provided free food to all during lockdown.
The Ice Cream Van: A Celebration.
Dan Saladino and his dad Bobo (a former ice-cream man) talk about scoops, cones and 99s.
Kitchen obsessives: Why aim to cook the perfect dish?
Leyla Kazim meets cooking obsessives Felicity Cloake, Bill Buford and Kate Ng.
Dan Saladino on the story of wheat from the Neolithic Revolution to the Green Revolution.
Taking the Biscuit: How a long-life ration became the quintessential British comfort food
Sheila Dillon considers how the humble biscuit's become a beloved British institution.
English Pastoral: James Rebanks on the future of food.
Dan Saladino talks to shepherd James Rebanks about the future of food and farming.
Faith, Fasts and Feasts: The role of food in Jewish celebration
Leyla Kazim explores the integral role of food in Judaism’s autumn festivals.
Eat Your Way to Power: Food and Politics on the Campaign Trail
Sheila Dillon investigates the tricky world of eating on the campaign trail.