On its website, the tagline for the Food Programme reads "Investigating every aspect of the food we eat." The site primarily features 30-minute podcasts originally broadcasted on BBC Radio 4, covering a wide variety of food-related issues, from speculation on the effects of Brexit on food to different cultural approaches to deep-fried foods to posh noshes for dogs. There's also a series of podcasts entitled "Life Through Food" that features interviews with notables such as Sir Paul McCarthy and Nigella Lawson, while another series, "The Ark of Taste," explores ingredients and traditional foods at risk of extinction. Image galleries also accompany this website. Shetland, Lancashire and squashes are currently on view, in addition to information pages that include recipes such as "How to pimp up your porridge," "How to liven up your lunchtime," "Can comfort foods really make you feel better?" and a Chinese food quiz.