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In at the Deep End: 4: Master Chef

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Five films in which Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end and learn the hard way about a completely new world.
Before Paul Heiney made this programme, his total culinary expertise equalled fish fingers grilled or fried. It is with this limited knowledge that he sets out to represent
Michel Roux's Waterside Inn at Bray in a competition between four of Britain's top restaurants.
For weeks Paul sweats onions and reduces sauces in the Waterside kitchens and spends a day working at London's exclusive Langan's Brasserie where the diners include Michael Caine. Chefs Nico Landenis, Raymond Blanc and the flamboyant Keith Floyd do their best to turn Paul into a master of nouvelle cuisine for the final contest.
Film cameraman BRIAN HALL Film editor NICK RAYNER Researcher JO CLOUGH
Series producer NICK HANDEL Producer JOHN BIRD
* RECIPE TIMES: page 79

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Serle
Unknown: Paul Heiney
Unknown: Paul Heiney
Unknown: Michel Roux
Unknown: Michael Caine.
Unknown: Nico Landenis
Unknown: Raymond Blanc
Unknown: Keith Floyd
Editor: Nick Rayner
Editor: Researcher Jo Clough

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In at the Deep End: 4: Master Chef

BBC One London, 10 June 1987 22.00






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