What are you hungry for?

Saturdays from 1pm to 2pm

Interview and entertainment program that talks to people connected to the world of food, education and culture, filled with music, chronicles and other elements.

This first season of the program has the partnership of Food and Culture Project and Escotilha Studio.

Ariela Doctors: presentation and content.

Daniel Doc: editing and audio.

Caio Caseiro: announcer.






What are you hungry for?#03

bela gil


In this episode we talked with Bela Gil about sustainable food systems, we will hear suggestions from residents of the Vila Anglo Brasileira neighborhood in SP about what they would like to replace in their lives and in the city for the transformation of the world, and we will listen to some music by artists from the neighborhood.

Chef, TV presenter, writer and activist for healthy, tasty and affordable food for everyone. She addresses topics related to healthy living, conscious consumption and real food.


“Sponsored with resources from the International Aid Fund of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Goethe-Institut and other partners: www.goethe.de/hilfsfonds


What are you hungry for? #08

The guest of the week is Roberta Sudbrack, the first chef in the history of almost fifty years at Palácio do Alvorada. Self-taught, his recipes reveal a sense of Brazilianness. The topic of conversation is less is more!

What are you hungry for? #07

The guests are João Rockett and Tatiana Caçavana, coordinators of the Permaculture Institute of the pampa Instituto Rama. A talk about living in the countryside, autonomy, freedom, GDP and much more!

What are you hungry for? #06

Guest Elaine de Azevedo talks about food chains, modes of food production, vegetarianism, veganism, choices and desires.

What are you hungry for? #05

Food and economic systems, Order and Disobedience, Pessimism and Optimism, Possible dreams and impossible ideas!
Guest: Nurit Bensusan

What are you hungry for? #01

Will we finally be able to be all one, plurally one? Can we think of a single whole, respecting all diversities?
Guest Mônica Passarinho.