The Tonight programme investigates as to why young women in the UK are fatter than anywhere else in Western Europe.Read the full story ›
What will be on the menu for us by 2050? And will we even need to eat at all? The Tonight programme investigates.Read the full story ›
The Tonight programme investigates the fresh and frozen food supply chains to find out if quality really is being maintained.Read the full story ›
The Tonight programme investigates which 'superfoods' actually live up to their billing - can they make us healthier?Read the full story ›
To mark the latest episode of ITV's Tonight, we'll be hosting a Facebook Q&A with celebrity chef Aldo Zilli.
He'll be online from 8.30pm after Can't Cook or Won't Cook? to answer your questions, great or small, on the world of cookery or food.
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Tonight: The Food We Eat - Can't Cook or Won't Cook? airs at 8pm on ITV, and Aldo will be answering questions immediately after.
Whether it's because we don't know how, or we don't have time, fewer of us are cooking from scratch. The Tonight programme investigates.Read the full story ›
As millions of patients struggle to get a GP appointment within 7 days, the Tonight programme investigates a service under pressure.Read the full story ›
Are today's youngsters at greater risk than previous generations? Or is restricting the freedom of our children jeopardising their future?Read the full story ›
Parents are increasingly too afraid to let their children play outside by themselves, an investigation by ITV's Tonight programme found.Read the full story ›
There are more pet dogs in the UK than ever before - the Tonight programme investigates where they come from, and how to buy responsibly.Read the full story ›