Will samples raclette and learns how it's made. He also visits the town of Gruyere to look at the origins of a gruyere cheese. Then it's time to meet the king of Swiss cheese and find out how it gets its holes.
Camembert is a potent symbol of French cheese making. Will Studd visits the tiny village of Camembert where it all began, the nearby dairy of Monsieur Durand as well as the Cooperative of Isigny St Mere.
There are hundreds of traditional farmhouse cheeses made in Spain but until recently most were not well known internationally. Will Studd travels to the land of Don Quixote to see why all that is changing.
Stilton is considered to be one of the greatest English Cheeses and unlike most other native traditional cheeses it has never been copied. Will Studd looks at why this proud cheese has retained its outstanding reputation.