Cooking, Food, Wine

Last Edited: 05-Jul-2014 A Global British Comedy Collaborative document. Edited by John Lucas
Broadcast source is BBC Radio Four unless otherwise indicated. Recording quality is considered good unless otherwise indicated.


Food Programme

Date
Title
Cast
Parameters
29-Aug-2000 to
26-Sep-2000
R7:
23-Oct-2006
to
27-Oct-2006
The Takeaway
  1. Fish and Chips
  2. Chinese
  3. Indian
  4. Pizza
  5. Black Tie – Gourmet
Simon Parkes
Produced by Julian Gray
13:43, 12875, S
13:49, 12955, S
13:43, 12865, S
13:50, 12975, S
13:52, 13005, S
16-Feb-2004
to
20-Feb-2004
Eat Your Garden
  1. Castle Leslie
  2. Forest of Dean
  3. Neolithic Lunch
  4. Edible Flowers
  5. Winter Salads
Wiz Clift
Produced by Alistair Cross
13:34, 12726, S
13:45, 12904, S
13:38, 12796, S
13:51, 12986, S
13:41, 12831, S
02-Aug-2004 to
06-Aug-2004
07-Aug-2006 to
11-Aug-2006
Piece of Cake
  1. Goosnargh Cake
  2. Pontefract Cake
  3. Chorley Cake
  4. Kendal Mint Cake
  5. Eccles Cake
Sheila McClennon
Produced by Bernadette McConnell
14:23, 13489, S
14:15, 13365, S
14:16, 13390, S
14:06, 13229, S
14:10, 13292, S
11-Aug-2004
Tinned Beef, Typhoid and TV
Argentine Corned Beef Typhoid Scare in 1964
Edi Stark
Produced by Ian Muir Cochrane
28:12, 26440, S
21-Nov-2004 to
19-Dec-2004
Who Ate All the Pies
  1. Melton-Mowbray Pork Pie
  2. Greenwich Mince beef mash
  3. Sussex Churdle
  4. Scottish Pies
  5. Cornish Starry Gazey Pie
Ian Macmillan
produced by Julian May
13:57, 13094, S
13:49, 12965, S
13:51, 12994, S
14:06, 13225, S
13:57, 13082, S
02-Jan-2005 to
30-Jan-2005
Cookbooks that Changed the World
  1. Lushi Chunqiu
  2. De Honesta Voluptate
  3. Le Cuisinier Francois
  4. The Art Of Cookery Made Plain And Simple
  5. The Chez Panisse Cookbook
Ben Rogers
Readings by Jean Trend
produced by David Babcock
13:53, 13024, S
13:46, 12917, S
13:43, 12869, S
13:41, 12832, S
13:46, 12922, S
07-Jan-2005
The Man who Made Mock Turtle Soup --
Alexis Soyer
Ruth Brandon, Martin Jarvis, Michell Rue,
AN Wilson, Asta Massey
presented and produced by Bill Lloyd
28:27, 26685, S
19-Mar-2005
His Master’s Choice
The History of Dog Food
Clive Anderson
Produced by Lawrence Grissell
27:51, 26121, S
07-Mar-2005 to
11-Apr-2005
The Wine Program
  1. Zinfandel
  2. Sauternes and Muscat
  3. Madiran and Malbec
  4. Champagne
  5. St Emilion
  6. Sauvignon Blanc
Oz Clarke and Andrew Jefford
produced by Paula McGinley
28:12, 26439, S
28:18, 26514, S
28:18, 26535, S
28:21, 26588, S
28:05, 26329, S
28:51, 27060, S
19-Sep-2005
The Green Pea Campaign
The annual pea harvest in eastern Scotland
Nancy Nicolson
27:43, 25993, S
01-Jan-2006
Ainsley's First Kitchen
Ainsley Hariott
produced by
Clare Jockur
28:31, 26742, S
30-Sep-2006
Pizza Makes the World Go Round
Simon Parkes
produced by Sue Mitchell
28:11, 26423, S
10-Mar-2007
Death by Chocolate
Jo Brand
Produced by Viv Beeby
27:57, 26218, S
12-Jan-2007
24-Jun-2007
Miss Buttolph's Marvellous Menu Collection
Tim Marlowe
Produced by John Goudy
27:45, 26017, S
22-July-2007 to
12-Aug-2007
Summer Taste
  1. Missing La Merienda
  2. Italian Ice Cream
  3. Sardines
  4. Apple Pie
  1. Ruth Thomas and John Rattagan
  2. Dante Mansi and Charlotte Mendelson
  3. Alexis Gauthier and Tim Pears
  4. Sophie Grigson and Tessa Hadley
Produced by Beattie Rubens
14:11, 13306, S
13:49, 12954, S
14:04, 13195, S
14:08, 13255, S
18-Aug-2007
Archive Hour
On the Grapevine: Oral History of the Wine Trade
Jancis Robinson
Produced by Peter Everett
57:02, 53476, S
27-Aug-2007 to
31-Aug-2007
Kitchen Connections...with Ainsley Harriott
  1. Saba Gebregiorgis from Eritrea
  2. Mathias and Semieu from Togo
  3. Bedrije from Kosovo
  4. Raju and Seema from Bhutan
  5. Fazil, an Iraqi Kurd
Ainsley Harriott
Produced by Clare Chonker
13:56, 13075, S
13:55, 13062, S
14:10, 13297, S
13:47, 12928, S
13:54, 13045, S
19-Apr-2005
R7:
25-Jul-2008
Lady Curzon and the Pineapple
Ian Peacock
Produced by Caroline Barber
14:27, 13563, S
28-Jul-2008 to
18-Aug-2008
Our Food, Our Future
Tom Heap
produced by Jolyon Jenkins, Steve Peacock,
Lucy Lunt
28:04, 26326, S
27:53, 26150, S
27:56, 26194, S
27:58, 26235, S
13-Sep-2009 to
11-Oct-2009

26-Dec-2011 to
30-Dec-2011
Food for Thought
  1. Afternoon Tea At The Ritz With Joan Rivers
  2. Making Porridge With Erwin James
  3. Elevenses With Nigella Lawson
  4. Shabbat-eve With Rabbi Lionel Blue
  5. Jung Chang
  1. David Sedaris
  2. Yoko Ono
  3. Andy Mcnab
  4. Judith Kerr
  5. Carlos Acosta
Nina Myskow
produced by Tamsin Hughes
14:11, 13305, S
13:47, 12935, S
13:50, 12979, S
13:44, 12886, S
13:49, 12968, S

13:39, 12784, S
13:51, 12963, S
13:38, 12774, S
13:37, 12756, S
13:39, 12778, S

05-Apr-2010 What Would Jesus Eat? -
what was on the menu at The Last Supper
Stefan Gates
producer Russell Finch
27:24, 25700, S
15-Mar-2012
Architects of Taste
Ian Kelly
Producer: Jo Wheeler
27:39, 25883, S
21-May-2012 to
25-May-2012
Our Daily Bread
  1. A Half-Baked History
  2. Bread Kills
  3. The Bread of Life
  4. The Bread of Nations
  5. Companionship
Producer: Jonathan Kent
13:46, 12894, S
13:40, 12802, S
13:43, 12850, S
13:46, 12894, S
13:30, 12650, S
23-Jul-2012 To Paris with Parsnips
Producer: Fiona Cotterill and Neil Cowling
28:07, 26318, S
25-Nov-2012 to
30-Dec-2012
Hardeep's Sunday Lunch
Hardeep Singh Kohli
Producer: Amanda Hancox and Dawn Bryan
27:43, 25942, S
27:40, 25896, S
27:43, 25945, S
27:34, 25804, S
27:50, 26048, S
27:45, 25966, S
17-May-2013
Fried Chicken Feels the Heat
Yasmeen Khan
Producer: Richard Bannerman
27:39, 25918, S
28-May-2013
Food: A Scandalous History
Giles Coren
Producer: Susan Marling
27:58, 26199, S
18-Jul-2013
Absinthe Makes the Art Grow Fonder
Michèle Roberts
Producer: Julian May
27:40, 25886, S
30-Jun-2014 to
04-Jul-2014
The Town Is the Menu
  1. Peterhead
  2. Barnard Castle
  3. Merthyr Tydfil
  4. Cambridge
  5. Inverness
Simon Preston
produced by Penny Latin
13:50, 12946, S
13:48, 12928, S
13:49, 12937, S
13:50, 12954, S
13:48, 12916, S