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Batman

BBC Four

Batman

Series 2

Episode 29: The Cat's Meow

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Adventures with the Caped Crusader. Catwoman plots to appropriate the voices of British pop singers Chad and Jeremy with a Voice Eraser when they visit Wayne Manor. Show more

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Clarissa and the King's Cookbook

BBC Four

Clarissa Dickson Wright recreates recipes from Britain's oldest known cookbook, The Forme of Cury, a 700-year-old scroll written during the reign of King Richard II. Show more

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Hannah Glasse: the FirstDomestic Goddess

BBC Four

Clarissa Dickson Wright presents a profile of Hannah Glasse, the first domestic goddess. Her celebrated book The Art of Cookery was the best-selling cookery book of the 1700s. Show more

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The Secret Life of Mrs Beeton

BBC Four

Duration: 1 hour, 26 minutes

on BBC Four

Feisty costume drama portraying the reality behind one of Britain's most enduring cultural icons. Dead by the age of 27, Mrs Beeton was far from the crinolined matron of her image.

Contributors

Isabella Beeton:
Anna Madeley
Sam Beeton:
JJ Feild
Elizabeth Dorling:
Anna Chancellor
Henry Dorling:
Jim Carter
Monsieur Goubard:
John Albasiny
Henrietta:
Liz Kettle
Dr Oliver:
Philip Anthony
Dr Ramsey:
Tim Preece
Dr Winchester:
Rupert Wickham
Blonde Woman:
Katie Kensit
Director:
Jon Jones

Regional Variations (2)

Clarissa and the King's Cookbook

BBC Four

Clarissa Dickson Wright recreates recipes from Britain's oldest known cookbook, The Forme of Cury, a 700-year-old scroll written during the reign of King Richard II. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Clarissa Dickson Wright presents a profile of Hannah Glasse, the first domestic goddess. Her celebrated book The Art of Cookery was the best-selling cookery book of the 1700s. Show more

BBC Four

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