By Dick Morris
The Open University's Dick Morris looks at how cereals represent a modern take on the oldest of all human diets
29 Nov 2010
The Foods That Make Billions told the story of how big business feeds us
23 Nov 2010
Danone's Bernard Hours explains how some brands have a long shelf life, while others fall by the wayside.
16 Nov 2010
How does the decline of the British apple orchard have wider significance to our understanding of food, politics and...
13 Nov 2010
Saturday 16th October 2010 is World Food Day. To coincide with this year's theme - United against Hunger - we have...
15 Oct 2010
When she realised that her marriage wasn't working, Liz Gilbert packed up her old kit bag and set off on a journey of...
04 Oct 2010
By Audrey Brown
What would the Chilean miners have been given to eat when they were trapped? Audrey Brown, a science tutor at the...
21 Sep 2010
By Evan Davis
Evan suggests that the problem for companies in fields like GM foods, is a confusion between fear and mistrust.
08 Jul 2010
Architect, lecturer and author of 'The Hungry City', Carolyn Steel talks about her passion for the 'Dirt Cafe Sitopia...
20 Jun 2010
Talking from a 'garden house' in Copenhagen, chef and purveyor of good taste Carsten Lunding of the Danish food...
18 Jun 2010