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BBC Radio Scotland at The Good Food Show

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Karen Miller Karen Miller | 15:22 UK time, Monday, 25 October 2010

BBC Radio Scotland was live at the BBC Good Food Show throughout the weekend (22-24 October). On Friday show visitors could enjoy MacAulay and Co (see this earlier blog for photos) and Brian Taylor's Big Debate.

On Saturday Off the Ball with Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan came live from the show and enlisted the taste buds of Celebrity Masterchef winner Lisa Faulkner to sample the new curry pie which is being introduced to football stadiums around the country... hear what she she thought and listen to the "pielights"!

Stuart Cosgrove and Lisa Faulkner tasting pies at the BBC Good Food Show

The Book Cafe pre-recorded Monday's programme with guests Nick Nairn, Tom Kitchin, and food writers Catherine Brown and Donald Reid.

There were no shows on Sunday, but entertainment at the BBC Radio Scotland stand continued. BBC Scotland PR and Events Officer, Susie Miller tells us more:

As BBC Radio Scotland broadcasts from the Shetland Isles to the Borders, we asked young (and a few not so young) visitors to our BBC Good Food Show stand on Sunday to help make this alternative map of Scotland. Our artists decorated their handprints with flowers, trees, fish, squid, sharks and penguins among other things, and we also now have one mermaid living in the North Sea. Visitors also had the chance to decorate cupcakes and make models of some CBBC characters.
An alternative map of Scotland decorated by visitors to the BBC Radio Scotland stand at the BBC Good Food Show

I spent Sunday at the BBC Good Food Show with my parents, sampling the food, watching some of the demonstrations and sampling some more food... There were some great stalls and I'm already looking forward to next year!

A selection of the stalls from the BBC Good Food Show in Glasgow 2010


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