Talks & Debates

 Is sugar making us sick? What will we eat after Brexit? Will Italian tomatoes now cost a small fortune? Why should we eat real bread and how much meat is too much?

When it comes to deciding what to eat, the amount of available information has never been more confusing. We’ll be shedding some much needed light on a myriad of issues; from clean eating to going vegan, eating less and better meat, to discussing ‘climate friendly’ food. Our ultimate aim is to teach you how to eat well in simple, practical terms. Look out for stages in The Farmyard and up at The Castle.

A life in food: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

A life in food: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

Eating the Climate Cool

Eating the Climate Cool

Farming Matters

Farming Matters

Forgotten Skills with Darina Allen and Rebecca Sullivan

Forgotten Skills with Darina Allen and Rebecca Sullivan

Gastrosalon with Rachel McCormack

Gastrosalon with Rachel McCormack

In conversation with Observer Food Monthly Editor, Allan Jenkins

In conversation with Observer Food Monthly Editor, Allan Jenkins

Revolting British Chefs

Revolting British Chefs

Rude Health Food Stories

Rude Health Food Stories

Rude Health Rants

Rude Health Rants

The Great Farmyard Debate

The Great Farmyard Debate

The Meaty Debate

The Meaty Debate

The Ten (Food) Commandments with Jay Rayner

The Ten (Food) Commandments with Jay Rayner

Tom Kerridge in conversation with Tim Hayward

Tom Kerridge in conversation with Tim Hayward

What makes a great cookbook

What makes a great cookbook

Whisky, The Dram & The Science with Rachel McCormack & Prof B. Smith

Whisky, The Dram & The Science with Rachel McCormack & Prof B. Smith