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Last Updated: Tuesday, 1 May 2007, 09:38 GMT 10:38 UK
Cooking in the Danger Zone: Food in conflict
Food writer Stefan Gates continues to explore some of the most controversial food issues and dangerous places in the world.

AFGHANISTAN

Afghani army chef
Sunday, 20 May, 2007
1900 BST on BBC Two
Repeated: Wednesday 27 June at 0030 BST on BBC Four

This week food writer Stefan Gates cooks his way around Afghanistan, finding out how the country's reconstruction is going.

He samples the testicles of the legendary fat-tailed sheep, known to the locals as the Afghan Viagra; narrowly avoids being blown up by abandoned Soviet scud missiles; and has dinner with a former Taleban commander.


Producer: Marc Perkins
Executive producer: Will Daws

UGANDA

Stefan eating food in Uganda
Sunday, 20 May, 2007
1900 BST on BBC Two
Repeated: Wednesday 27 June at 0030 BST on BBC Four

In war-torn Northern Uganda Stefan visits a camp for internally displaced people to find out how they survive on meagre UN food rations.

The UN gives them just 60% of their daily needs, so where do they find the rest?

With rebels patrolling the nearby countryside, finding food is a matter of life and death.


Producer: Ruhi Hamid
Executive producer: Will Daws



SEE ALSO
Country profile: Afghanistan
12 Apr 07 |  Country profiles
Country profile: Uganda
13 Apr 07 |  Country profiles

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