Spotlight looks at traditional Christmas food from places all around the world. These foods have special meaning.
Spotlight tells about an artist in Italy who is fighting hate in an interesting way – through spray paint and food.
How can people get fresh food in the city? Liz Waid and Bruce Gulland look at the growing market of vertical farming. Can these city gardens be better for people and the environment?
Do you drink coffee or tea? Do you get caffeine in other food or drink? Liz Waid and Luke Haley look at the effects of the drug caffeine.
This week, people in the United States will celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving. But people all over the world celebrate a time of harvest and thanks. Adam Navis and Liz Waid tell about harvest festivals around the world. During these festivals...
Would you eat decaying food? What about poisonous food? Liz Waid and Adam Navis look at these and other taboo foods - foods that most people will not eat. Are there foods in your culture that other cultures find taboo?
Liz Waid and Joshua Leo take a trip around the world to eat street food - food that costs little money and is sold beside the street.
Why do some people love a food while other people hate it? Liz Waid and Adam Navis tell about a much-used, but little-understood, part of the body – the tongue.
How do you practice food safety? Joshua Leo and Liz Waid discover how to avoid disease from food with the World Health Organization's "Five Keys to Safer Food."
Liz Waid and Adam Navis explore the values and practice of the Japanese tea ceremony.