An insightful and thought-provoking documentary tracing the journey made by mangetout peas from a Zimbabwean farm to British shops and a dinner-party table in north London. The lives of farmers are contrasted sharply with supermarket policy and consumer expectations.
First shown on BBC2
Cheryl is unimpressed when Larry takes her to a party hosted by a former porn star.
11.30 4/10. A over-demanding 4/10. A over-demanding blind man and a brawl outside a jeweller's spell trouble for Larry.
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