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"THE SUPERSIZERS": Eating Through History

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Here is a look at a series of episodes about the history of food, mainly in Britain:


"THE SUPERSIZERS": Eating Through History

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In April 2007, the BBC aired a special episode in which food critic Giles Coren and broadcaster-comedienne Sue Perkins explored the history of food during the Edwardian Age. The result was the television special called "Edwardian Supersize Me". This episode was part of a series called "The Edwardians — the Birth of Now".

Following the success of this special, the BBC commissioned a series of six episodes in which Coren and Perkins explored the history of food through six eras in British history. This series, which aired in May and June of 2008, was called "The Supersizers Go . . .". Below is a list of the episodes:

"The Supersizers Go . . ."

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"Wartime"


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"Restoration"


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"Victorian"


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"Seventies"


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"Elizabethan"


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"Regency"



Following the success of "THE SUPERSIZERS GO . . .", the BBC commissioned a second series of episodes featuring Coren and Perkins called "THE SUPERSIZERS EAT . . .". Here is the list of episodes from that series:


"The Supersizers Eat . . ."

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"The Eighties"


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"Medieval"


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"The French Revolution"


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"The Twenties"


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"The Fifties"


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"Ancient Rome"
Tags: ancien régime, ancient rome, early 20th century, food, georgian era, history, late 20th century, medieval era, mid 20th century, napoleonic wars, television, tudors, victorian age, world war 2
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