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BBC Radio 4 FM

Down Your Way

Keith Floyd visits Bristol.
(Details tomorrow at 11.00am LW)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Down Your Way

Take a beautiful city like Bristol - add a ferry trip, a touch of jazz, a soupcon of history, flavour with chocolate, tobacco, wine and rugby - then sprinkle liberally with TV chef
Keith Floyd 's very own brand of humour and dance your way through the next 50 minutes. Producer LYN HARTMAN BBC Bristol
BBC Radio 4 FM

Down Your Way

Keith Floyd strolls around
Bridportand West Bay in Dorset. (Details tomorrow at 11. 00am L W)
0 HEAR THIS! page 27
BBC Radio 4 FM

Down Your Way

This is where I come for some peace, quiet and relaxation, so why on earth did I bring the BBC with me this time?
TV chef Keith Floyd strolls around Bridport and West Bay in Dorset and discovers why others love it too. He learns how not to tie knots, reveals the title of his new series and is haunted by the 'Bridport dagger'!
Producer LYN HARTMAN. BBC Bristol 0 HEAR THIS! page 27






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