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Restaurateur Rick Stein

Richard Coles and Anita Anand with chef/restaurateur Rick Stein, Margaret Atwood's Inheritance Tracks, and traveller Tim Cope's tales of his journey on the trail of Genghis Khan.

Richard Coles and Anita Anand with chef and restaurateur Rick Stein who tells of the ups and downs of his life, the Inheritance Tracks of Canadian author Margaret Atwood and traveller Tim Cope's tales of his journey on the trail of Genghis Khan. Teacher Guy Tarrant talks about the items that teachers have confiscated from pupils and Steve Rodgers, a fourth generation fisherman from Devon, joins Richard and Anita with his personal recollections of life on the sea and the future of fishing and we hear the latest on Fynnjan Leach-Verhoeven the boy with Aspergers who has made a Christmas single.

Producer Harry Parker.

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1 hour, 28 minutes

Interview: Chef and Restaurateur Rick Stein

Interview: Chef and Restaurateur Rick Stein

Rick Stein is a chef, businessman and television  presenter. He talks about his love for Cornwall, Australia and fish. Rick reveals how after a rather directionless start marred by family tragedy he became a successful restaurateur. He  has written about  his life in  Under A Mackerel Sky: A Memoir. 

Interview: Guy Tarrant

Interview: Guy Tarrant

Guy Tarrant is an artist and teacher in Kent who has put together a display of items that teachers have confiscated from pupils. It reveals much about the behaviour of school children and the trends in toys and play over the years. The Confiscation Cabinet is on show at the Museum of Childhood in London.

Feature: House On The Edge Of A Cliff

Feature: House On The Edge Of A Cliff
Mona Sutcliffe’s bungalow in Skipsea, East Yorkshire is on the verge of falling into the sea as a result of coastal erosion. JP visits Mona in her endangered home.

Travel: Tim Cope's journey across the Mongol Empire

Travel: Tim Cope's journey across the Mongol Empire

Tim Cope is an author and traveller. His book 'On The Trail of Genghis Khan' recounts his journey on horseback from Karakorum in Mongolia to Budapest in Hungary  following the route taken by Genghis Khan’s army as they created the Mongol Empire. But while travel is about making new contacts it is also about separation.

Interview: Fishmonger and Fisherman Steve Rodgers

Interview: Fishmonger and Fisherman Steve Rodgers

Steve Rodgers has been fishing since the age of 16; first he was a trawlerman, then a fishmonger, and now he is a small scale fisherman and fishmonger. He sells his catch from the  23 foot  Holly Jo which sails out  of Axmouth Harbour in Devon.

Inheritance Tracks: Margaret Atwood

Inheritance Tracks: Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood is a Canadian writer whose latest book MaddAddam is the conclusion to her dystopian trilogy. She inherits Beethoven’s 6th Symphony and Joan Sutherland singing Casta Diva from the opera Norma by Vincenzo Bellini.

Christmas Single: The Spirit of Christmas

Christmas Single: The Spirit of Christmas

Bored at his Gran’s one day after a day’s sledging, eleven-year-old Fynnjan decided to write his own Christmas song. The result – ‘The Spirit of Christmas’ was such a hit locally that Fynnjan’s mum Su decided to record it as a charity single and release it in time for Christmas. We’ve been following their progress. 

30 November 2013

30 November 2013
Rev Richard Coles, Tim Cope, Anita Anand, Rick Stein and Guy Tarrant

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Richard Coles
Presenter Anita Anand
Interviewed Guest Rick Stein
Interviewed Guest Margaret Atwood
Interviewed Guest Tim Cope
Interviewed Guest Guy Tarrant
Interviewed Guest Steve Rodgers
Interviewed Guest Fynnjan Leach-Verhoeven
Producer Harry Parker

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