The Watercress Company television appearances

The watercress company has appeared many times on the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. Chefs and personalities featured have included Raymond Blanc, Mary Berry, James Martin and Kate Humble.

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Terry and Mason’s great food trip - Terry and Mason make a visit to the watercress farms to see how its grown and try some in a pie. Later they visit a restaurant and sample some wasabi brought to them by Tom.

Great British Railway Journeys - Michael Portillo speaks to Tom about the watercress grown on the farms and then goes for a ride on the watercress line.

Saturday kitchen briefly visits The Watercress Company farms before Tom Amery goes to the studio with James to talk about watercress and James cooks pan bagnat.

Classic Mary Berry - Mary talks to Penny Ede about watercress and makes some watercress soup

Saturday Kitchen - Raymond Blanc meets Tom at The Watercress Company farm to talk about Watercress and cooks classic watercress soup.

Back To The Land - Kate Humble meets Jon and Tom to investigate the wasabi growing at The Wasabi Company.

Countryfile, 2013. James Wong visits the Watercress Company to discuss how it farms watercress

Back To The Land - Kate goes to the packing facilities at The Wasabi Company and visits a restaurant with Jon to taste the fresh wasabi.

Commissioned by the COOP for Love British food, Liz Earl presents an interview with Tom at Waddock, Dorchester

Saturday Kitchen - James Harper explains how watercress is harvested. He also discusses the many ways watercress is used including Cerne Abbas Brewery's Watercress Warrior beer!

Saturday Kitchen - Tim Anderson goes to the Wasabi growing beds and checks out how the crop is being used to make Wasabi Vodka.

CBBC, Down On The Farm - JB comes to The Watercress Company and gets to do a bit of harvesting. The kids with him get to wrap up some watercress in presentation bags.

A Place In The Country - Alistair opens the program with a short piece from the farms in Hampshire, and explains a bit about watercress.

Countrywise - Paul visits The Watercress Company farms to see how its produced, talks to Shawn and Penny Ede, and finally takes a ride on the Lord Nelson, a steam train on the original watercress line.