Fri, 17 Oct 14
25 days remaining
This week we were blessed with an array of mighty musicians, including Lady Antebellum with their new album 747, Yusuf Islam formerly known as Cat Stevens with his first studio album in five years – Tell ‘Em I’m Gone PLUS Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot back together after an 11 year break. All topped off by some deeply delicious Pistachio & White Chocolate Brownies from Resident Chef Nigel Barden.
Fri, 10 Oct 14
18 days remaining
Starring this week are: Authors Charlie Higson and David Nicholls, Punk Icon John Lydon - aka Johnny Rotten - and Resident Chef Nigel Barden.
Fri, 3 Oct 14
11 days remaining
This week Welsh Rugby Legend Gareth Thomas talks about his autobiography "Proud", Richard Curtis discusses his new chldren's book "Snow Day" and TV writers Al Jean and David X Cohen popped in to talk about The Simpsons and Futurama. Two of the world’s most renowned writers, Al Jean and David X Cohen, pop in to talk about The Simpsons and Futurama, whilst Resident Chef Nigel Barden dishes up a simple, but delicious dollop of Cauliflower Cheese.
Fri, 26 Sep 14
4 days remaining
This week author John Boyne entered the Radio 2 Book Club to talk about "A History of Loneliness”, Paul Merton – entertained with tales from his autobiography “Only When I Laugh” …and resident Chef Nigel Barden tried to tempt the team with his Grey Mullet soup...hmmm!
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