(the) Food Programme

(the) Food Programme
The Food Programme [The Food Programme]
a ↑BBC radio programme about food. As well as discussing different dishes and styles of cooking, it also investigates the relationships between food and health, for example reporting on the dangers of some chemicals that are added to food. It has been broadcast regularly since 1979.

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