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How does food make a president?

Presidential campaigns are all about connecting with voters, and Donald Trump and Joe Biden have both been using food...

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Antonio Carluccio: My Life in Five Dishes

Antonio Carluccio describes his most memorable dishes in his last ever interview. The cook, restaurateur and writer,...

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Feminist fairytales with Jessie Burton and Kiran Millwood Hargrave – books podcast

We travel to a faraway land, where brave writers fight deadly stereotypes and discover inspiring new ways to tell old...

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Antonio Carluccio: My life in five dishes

Antonio Carluccio describes his most memorable dishes in his last ever interview. The cook, restaurateur and writer,...

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Joyful Highlights Part 6: Extreme Walking BBC Radio 4
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Joyful Highlights Part 6: Extreme Walking

Clare Balding digs into the archives to find the most dramatic weather conditions she's recorded in; she also hears...

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Facing fat hatred

Does it feel uncomfortable calling someone fat because we think there is something wrong with fatness? And if so -...

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Kelis: My Life in Five Dishes

We sit down with one of R&B’s most eccentric and compelling artists: singer-songwriter Kelis. Over the past 20 years...

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Claudia Roden: My Life in 5 Dishes

The Food Chain listens back to My Life in Five Dishes with the renowned Egyptian cookery writer Claudia Roden -...

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Angela Hartnett: My life in five dishes

Angela Hartnett is one of the UK's most high profile chefs. She tells Emily Thomas about her life through five...

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Foraging: Pleasure or profit?

Most of us have no need to hunt in the wild for our food, so why is foraging experiencing a resurgence in some parts...

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Coronavirus: Chefs fight back

Coronavirus has crippled the restaurant industry, leaving thousands of chefs fighting to save their businesses, but...

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Jacques Pépin: My life in five dishes

Jacques Pépin is a household name across much of the US. He shot to fame starring alongside Julia Child on TV cookery...

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Stephen Fry on Saki's Sredni Vashtar - short story podcast

A small boy’s rebellion takes a sinister turn in Saki’s classic tale – a story loved by Stephen Fry, who explains why

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Gordon Ramsay: My Life in 5 Dishes

Chef Gordon Ramsay is world-famous but, he tells us, people no longer want to talk about his food. The celebrity...

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Inside the Abattoir

This episode includes audio of the slaughter of farm animals, which some may find upsetting. But if you happily eat...

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Why Do We Get So Angry About Meat?

Why do we get so angry when we talk about food? When conversation turns to meat in particular, it doesn’t take long...

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After Party: A Look Back

Find out what happens after the show ends. Emily Thomas catches up with some people who’ve appeared on The Food...

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Coronavirus: where did all the food go?

As coronavirus tightens its grip on the world, many of us are facing life in lockdown and are worried about food....

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The Comedy of Food

Does food ever make you laugh out loud? We try to stand up the theory that food is getting funnier because modern...

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Absolute Food: Part II

Food is political propaganda in this episode of The Food Chain. In the second part of our two week exploration...

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