Hugh’s Fish Fight

10:00pm Monday, April 18 on

Hugh’s fish fight takes him to Scotland, to meet with the world’s largest company producing farmed salmon, before he heads to Brussels to try to knock some sense into the bureaucrats about the scandal of discards.

10:00pm Monday, April 11 on

After finding out that sharks, turtles and rays get caught up in the purse seine nets which supply the majority of tuna to the UK supermarkets, Hugh Fearnly Whittingstall heads to the Maldives in search of an alternative, and finds one of the most pristine, and well-protected marine environments on the planet; and a sustainable, ethical, source of tinned tuna, caught by traditional pole and line methods. Series Prod/ Dir: Will Anderson; Exec Prod: Andrew Palmer; Prod Co: Keo

10:00pm Monday, April 4 on

Another chance to see Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s campaigning series, in which he investigates what is going on at the industrial end of our fisheries. He looks at the three fish species we eat the most in the UK: cod, tuna and salmon. In this first episode he heads out on the North Sea in search of cod, where up to half the volume of fish being caught is thrown back into the sea dead due to EU rules. Series Prod/ Dir: Will Anderson; Exec Prod: Andrew Palmer; Prod Co: Keo

9:00pm Tuesday, January 11 on C4

In his new campaigning series, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall leaves the comfort of River Cottage to find out what is going on at the industrial end of our fisheries. And what he finds is that its not just bad… it’s mad. He’s looking at the three fish we eat the most in the UK: cod, tuna and salmon. In this first episode he heads out into the North Sea in search of cod. What he discovers is that up to half the fish being caught in the North Sea is being thrown back into the sea dead, because of what he believes are crazy EU rules.

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