Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet
Season 2, Ep. 1
Sixty nine-year-old food campaigner, Sharon Goodyer shows us how her private members' food club in Margate could radically change the food system and enable the poorest to afford to cook and eat healthy, delicious food every day of the week.
Special - National Food Strategy Youth Consultation
Season 5, Ep. 1
The Food Foundation spoke to 426 young people across the country in September and October 2020 to find out their views and priorities for the future of food in Britain. Twenty of those young people joined together on Zoom to dive deeper into food systems and refine their ideas and priorities. They then presented their policy proposals to invited decision makers. The report and their recommendations fed directly into the National Food Strategy.In this first episode, our group of twenty explore what it means to be a citizen and an advocate, they explore what a food system looks like for different products and they consider the problems, causes and solutions of food system issues and how they interact.
Season 4, Ep. 1
Sixteen-year-old food activist, Saffron Stedall introduces us to some of the young campaigners behind a global youth movement called Act4Food Act4Change. She hears their stories and why they're taking their Actions4Change, the first ever list of asks of governments and businesses all over the world need in order to transform our broken food system to the UN Food Systems Summit.
Messaging For Good
Season 3, Ep. 4
Ever wondered if advertisinghealthyfood to kids on TV could change the way they snack? In the final episode in the series, Gilly Smith is joined by Abbie ParkesHolden and Charlie Thurloe, two of the young people helping the Food Foundation to find fresh new ideas to change the food system, look atsome extraordinary examples ofpositive messaging that couldreduce obesity.