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Our podcasts are available on the FoodTalk and Great British Chefs websites and on iTunes, Spotify, PodBean, Stitcher, PlayerFM, TuneIn and the Podcast app, and sent to our syndicated radio stations on Thursday each week at 4pm. For 2018 there were 77,000 podcast downloads and 65,000 listeners per week via syndicated radio stations across the UK, in California, Michigan and Malta. We have combined 104,800 Twitter followers and 218,000 Facebook fans via FoodTalk, Speciality Food and Great British Chefs. For enquiries about featuring on the show, please contact hello@foodtalk.co.uk.

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The ‘Gousto’ life – an alternative to supermarket waste?

Ultra convenience and almost zero food waste – the food solution that has supermarkets on the run… After presenting The…

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Let’s do the shuffle with the Truffle Hunter

Will trying truffles in lots of different forms finally win Ollie over? The team are busting myths and testing preconceptions…

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Being ‘head of beer’ and growing wasabi in England

Oriental flavours and American beers are set to blow the team’s socks off. First, we meet the person with probably…

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Keep your gin up – secrets from the distillery

There’s a serious challenge in store for Sue and Ollie this week, as the FoodTalk studio becomes a full-blown gin…

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Italian liqueur and Brits’ ecological values – The Food Talk Show

This week, it’s an Italian liqueur that’s tempting our intrepid twosome. Italicus is a sour treat based on bergamot that…

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Pick the bones out of that – bringing back broth

Hands up if you had a granny who made the most incredible soup that could cure any childhood ailment? Recipes…

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You’ve got to be kidding: The rise of fermented milk kefir

What is a microbiome? What damages it and what can we do to reverse that damage? How can you tell…

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The Food Talk Show gets stuck into gin and sarnies

This week’s show starts on a sad note as it’s Kumud Ghandi’s last appearance as guest presenter. But what a…

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Crazy for Kent: Food from the ‘Garden of England’

Sue’s adopted home of Kent is the focus of this week’s show, with two great guests who share her passion…

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‘Bread & Jam’ – a festival for food founders

This week the team are joined by Tara Mei from Bread & Jam, the UK’s first festival for food founders….

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Food writing: Time to eat your words

Food writing is the topic for this show – which book will be our flavour of the month? Ollie is…

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Seafood and Brits: It’s a fishy old business

Robin Moxon of Moxon’s Fishmongers knows pretty much all there is to know about fish and the buying habits of…

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Kombucha: Just our cup of tea?

There’s no shortage of soft drinks on the market these days, many of them pretty high brow and creative. However,…

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No sushi please, we’re Japanese

Fans of BBC’s MasterChef will recognise the voice of Andrew Kojima, who made it to the final of the 2012 series. Half…

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Mouthful all weekend: The food festival

Ollie has chosen to wear a rather fashionable shirt for today’s show, which is apt because Sue wants to talk…

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A cheesy romance: British cheese and Polish vodka

Neal’s Yard Dairy has been a Covent Garden fixture and cheese champion for four decades, so it’s very exciting for…