Do Good With Food

Food is way more than what you find in your plate.

It is also about sharing, inclusion and - when it comes at FoodCycle - avoiding food waste, all at once.

We are glad to announce our new campaign #DoGoodwithFood: with FoodCycle you will cook for people in need and reduce food waste too!

Ready to wear your chef's hat and bring a smile to the community?  Find out more>> 



My Kitchen Rules 

Real people in real kitchens. The hunt for the best and most passionate Britain's amateur cooks is on! Led by double Michelin-stars Chef Michael Caines and legendary cooking connoisseur Prue Leith, this is an exciting daytime cooking competition which sees teams from across the UK set up regional themed pop-up restaurants in their own homes for chefs and other contestants.    

Starts Tuesday at 6pm

 New episodes every weekday 

Panjabi Wrestling 

Wrestling has got the highest Panjabi participation of any sport in Great Britain. At one time, 25% of the wrestlers within the wrestlers' association were Panjabi. A group of children in London are exploring the history behind Punjabi wrestling, a heritage that comes all the way from India to the UK   

Next on: Sunday at 9pm 


Real Gardens

Monty Don, Carol Klein and Ann-Marie Powell follow a group of amateur gardeners through the horticultural year. Also, be inspired by the great outdoors and #LoveYourCountryside with Grow Wild. Find more here>>

From Wednesday at 4pm 

New episodes every weekday 

Pushing the Limits

Mark Eccleston was a 16 year old sport fanatic, about to embark on a professional rugby career, when his dreams were suddenly shattered by a fateful accident. Through lows(including trying to kill himself) and ups - becoming the World No.1 Tennis wheelchair athlete,  this film traces his journey in becoming Britain's leading paraplegic athletes thanks to true determination and remarkable strenght of spirit. 

On Saturday the 23rd at 9pm