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Abergavenny Food Festival

Richard Coles and Suzy Klein in Abergavenny with Jancis Robinson, Jay Rayner, John Humphrys, tree hunter Rob McBride, singer Kizzy Crawford and Cerys Matthews's Inheritance Tracks.

Richard Coles and Suzy Klein and a live audience at the 2014 Abergavenny Food Festival, with doyenne of the wine world Jancis Robinson, Jay Rayner from Radio 4's Kitchen Cabinet, tree hunter Rob McBride and beekeeper Scott Davies who gave world leaders a taste of honey at the recent NATO summit in Newport. The Today programme's John Humphrys tucks into some Welsh treats with JP Devlin, BBC Introducing star Kizzy Crawford performs and musician and broadcaster Cerys Matthews shares her Inheritance Tracks.

Jancis Robinson and Hugh Johnson write 'The World Atlas of Wine'. The seventh edition is available now.

Tree hunter Rob McBride is hosting a talk & walk at Modbury in Devon as part of the HERCULES Cultural Landscape Project at 2pm on September 20th.

Kizzy Crawford's new single 'Golden Brown' is out now.

Cerys Matthews broadcasts on BBC Radio 6 Music on Sundays from 10am to 1pm. She inherits Snooks Eaglin's 'I'm a Country Boy' and passes on Hozier's 'Take Me To Church'.

Beekeeper Scott Davies runs Hilltop Honey in Newton in Powys.

Producer: Dixi Stewart.

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1 hour, 28 minutes

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Sat 20 Sep 2014 09:00


Role Contributor
Presenter Richard Coles
Presenter Suzy Klein
Interviewed Guest Jancis Robinson
Interviewed Guest Jay Rayner
Interviewed Guest Rob McBride
Interviewed Guest Scott Davies
Interviewed Guest John Humphrys
Interviewed Guest JP Devlin
Interviewed Guest Cerys Matthews
Singer Kizzy Crawford
Producer Dixi Stewart


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