The Food programme

The Food programme

Por BBC
En Radio 4 BBC

Eat Your Art Out: How Art Makes Us Eat

Eating with our eyes is no new concept, but can visual art itself inspire or alter the way we...

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Tom Kerridge: A Life Through Food

Tom Kerridge is probably best known as the first chef in the UK to be awarded two prestigious...

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Socially Distanced Dining: Indoor restaurants reopen again

As hospitality businesses in most parts of the UK are allowed to resume serving customers indoors...

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Pure umami: should we learn to love MSG?

Monosodium Glutamate is probably one of the most contentious ingredients in modern food....

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1971: A year that changed food forever?

Dan Saladino asks if the year 1971 was a turning point for how the world eats? It was a year of...

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The Joy of Heat

The chilli revolution of the past decade has made the UK a nation of chilli-jam lovers, and...

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A Nominations Celebration

The BBC Food and Farming Awards are back for their 20th edition, ready to celebrate the people...

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Lab-grown meat: How long before it\'s on a menu near you?

The first lab-grown beef burger was cooked and eaten in London in 2013. Since then more than 15...

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The Urban Growing Revolution

Planting and growing food has had a massive boost during the pandemic - and that hasn\'t been...

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The Magic of Mussels (And Their Troubled Trade)

Dan Saladino finds out how Brexit could wreck plans to turn the mussel into a mainstream food....

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Food, James Bond’s food

We don’t often see James Bond eating in the films, but in the novel food is almost as...

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Food in Lockdown: One Year On

A year after the UK was first put into lockdown, Sheila Dillon catches up with some of those who...

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The Barrel Effect: Why Oak casks have stood the test of time.

Brewer Jaega Wise looks into the history of the oak barrel, and hears how despite their shape,...

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The Barrel Effect: Why Oak casks have stood the test of time.

Brewer Jaega Wise looks into the history of the oak barrel, and hears how despite their shape,...

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Genome editing and the future of food

Dan Saladino looks at the future role of genome editing in food and farming. A public...

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School Food: Re-imagined

What is the current school meal model, how well is it working and how has the pandemic...

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Everything Stops For Tea.

The past 12 months have been tumultuous for us all. But imagine, for one second, how it would...

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Charles Campion: A Life Through Food.

The writer Charles Campion, who passed away recently, was an obsessive collector of food stories....

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Cooking Blind

Amar Latif, entrepreneur and presenter, became the first blind contestant on BBC One's Celebrity...

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Flavours of Home: The refugees forging new lives through food

COVID-19 may have pushed it from the front pages, but the refugee crisis rages on around the...

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