Series in which Simon Parkes investigates the role of takeaway meals in our lives.


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20061023 (BBC7)
20070305 (BBC7)
20071231 (BBC7)
20080811 (BBC7)
20090216 (R7)
20100712 (R7)
Investigating the British love affair with the take-away meal, Simon Parkes visits a 'chippie' in Skipton.
Simon Parkes looks at the British love of 'food to go' with a visit to a Skipton 'chippie'
Simon Parkes investigates the British love affair with the take-away meal.
He visits a 'chippie' in Skipton.
In this programme, he discovers the enduring appeal of fish and chips at the Fish and Chip Shop of the Year - Bizzie Lizzie's in Skipton, North Yorkshire.
Simon Parkes investigates the British love of 'food to go' with a visit to a 'chippie' in Skipton.
Investigating the British love affair with 'food-to-go', Simon Parkes visits a 'chippie' in Skipton.
From August 2000.
Simon Parkes visits a 'chippie' in Skipton.
02Chinese2000090520010306
20061024 (BBC7)
20070306 (BBC7)
20080101 (BBC7)
20080812 (BBC7)
20090217 (R7)
20100713 (R7)
Simon Parkes investigates our love affair with 'food-to-go' in the company of the Man family in Birmingham.
Simon Parkes on our affair with 'food-to-go'.
He is joined by the Man family in Birmingham
Simon Parkes investigates the love affair between the British and take-away food.
Today he meets the Man family in Birmingham.
Simon Parkes visits the Man family from Bourneville, who opened their first Chinese takeaway back in the 1970s, and hears how the Chinese takeaway has become part of the British way of life.
From September 2000.
Simon Parkes is in the company of the Man family in Birmingham.
03Indian2000091220010307
20061025 (BBC7)
20070307 (BBC7)
20080102 (BBC7)
20080813 (BBC7)
20090218 (R7)
20100714 (R7)
Simon Parkes is in Oxford to meet a Bangladeshi family running an 'Indian' take away and flying the flag for their own cuisine.
Simon Parkes is in Oxford to meet a Bangladeshi family running an 'Indian' take away.
Simon Parkes continues his investigation of the British taste for takeaways at the Nawabi restaurant on the outskirts of Oxford.
Britain, so it is claimed, invented the takeaway.
Simon Parkes investigates the British taste for Indian takeaways at the Nawabi restaurant on the outskirts of Oxford.
Episode 3 of 5.
Simon Parkes is in Oxford to meet a Bangladeshi family flying the flag for their own cuisine.
From September 2000.
Simon Parkes meets a Bangladeshi family flying the flag for their own cuisine.
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20061026 (BBC7)
20070308 (BBC7)
20080103 (BBC7)
20080814 (BBC7)
20090219 (R7)
20100715 (R7)
Simon Parkes discovers why delivering the dough can be a dangerous business.
From September 2000.
Simon Parkes discovers what's at the cutting edge of toppings and why delivering the dough can be a dangerous business.
Simon finds out about the cutting edge of toppings and the danger in delivering the dough.
Simon Parkes goes to Balsamico in South London to watch pizzas being prepared to order, and discovers how pizzas are challenging the established takeaway market.
Simon Parkes discovers what is at the cutting edge of toppings and why delivering the dough can be a dangerous business.
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20061027 (BBC7)
20070309 (BBC7)
20080104 (BBC7)
20080815 (BBC7)
20090220 (R7)
20100716 (R7)
Simon Parkes visits a company delivering up-market meals to the chronologically-challenged.
From September 2000.
Simon visits a company delivering up-market meals to the chronologically-challenged.
Simon Parkes travels to Kent to visit a company delivering up-market meals to the chronologically-challenged.
Simon Parkes visits a company in Kent delivering meals to the chronologically-challenged.
Simon Parkes visits Black Tie Foods, one of a growing number of door-to-door food companies which deliver the take-away food with a difference.
Simon Parkes travels to Kent to visit a company delivering up-market meals to the elderly.

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