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The Cookbook of Apicius

Take the characteristics and voice of Keith Floyd , the culinary delights of the ancient Roman cook Apicius and blend together to produce this new series. Producer Jane Berthoud
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cookbook of Apicius

Six-part series celebrating the culinary delights of the ancient Roman cook Apicius, as spoken by Keith Floyd.
Apicius prepares to entertain a vestal virgin with a love feast. Producer Jane Berthoud
BBC Radio 4 FM

Fab TV

A four-part comedy series which pays homage to the cult action adventure shows of the sixties and seventies.
2: The Return of the Preventers
Written by and starring Morwenna Banks , Chris England and Robert Harley. With Ed Devereaux , Desmond Llewelyn , Neil Mullarkey and John Irwin. Music by Peter Baikie
Producer Phil Clarke Repeat
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cookbook of Apicius

A six-part series celebrating the culinary delights of the ancient
Roman cook, Apicius, as spoken by Keith Floyd.
In this second chapter of the cookbook, bulls' testicles are on the menu.
Producer Jane Berthoud
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cookbook of Apicius

Six-part series celebrating the culinary delights of the ancient
Roman cook, Apicius, as spoken by Keith Floyd.
In this third chapter of the cookbook, fish pickle is on the menu. Producer Jane Berthoud
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cookbook of Apicius

A six-part series celebrating the culinary delights of the ancient
Roman cook Apicius, as spoken by Keith Floyd. In this fourth chapter of the cookbook, roast boar and snails are on the menu.
Producer Jane Berthoud
BBC Radio 4 FM

Late Night Opening

11.00 Truly, Madly, Bletchley Surreal comedy series about a small local council in Bucks, written by and starring Julian Dutton , with Liz Fraser , David Battley , Toby Longworth and Simon Godley. Producer Dirk Maggs
11.15 The Cookbook of Apicius Six-part series celebrating the culinary delights of the ancient Roman cook Apicius, as spoken by Keith Floyd. In the fifth chapter, red mullet in a honey mint sauce is complimented by Apicius's views on extra-marital sex. Producer Jane Berthoud
BBC Radio 4 FM

Late Night Opening

11.00 Truly, Madly, Bletchley The last of the surreal comedy series about local government, written by and starring Julian Dutton , with Liz Fraser , David Battley , Toby Longworth and Simon Godley. Producer Dirk Maggs
11.15 The Cookbook of Apicius Last of a six-part series celebrating the culinary delights of the ancient Roman cook Apicius, as spoken by Keith Floyd. Apicius rounds off the series with roast parrot in a spice-vinegar sauce. Producer Jane Berthoud
11.30 Seymour the Fractal Cat A five-part comedy adventure by Gary Parker.
3: Simplexity. Jeremy is now convinced that his computer, Omni Tec, is responsible for Seymour talking. with Robert Bathurst , Paul Brown. Nisha K Nayar , Julie Gibbs. Simon Greenall , Brian Bowles and Peter Serafinowicz Producer Jo Clegg Repeat






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