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BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by Marjorie Anderson News Comment
Designer's Eye on Japan: LUCY HALFORD talking to PETER MUNN Reading your Letters
Let's have a Party: JANE GRIGSON suggests an Italian evening and NIGEL PULLAN suggests suitable drinks
Priorities at Home: discussed by JEAN GOODMAN , JANE MADDERS and PHYLLIS CARTER
ROSALIE CRUTCHLEY reads
The Foolish Gentlewoman by MARGERY SHARP (6)
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by Sue MacGregor News Comment
Cooks' Question Time: ZENA SKINNER and JANE GRIGSON answer questions at a meeting of the Electrical Association for Women in Orpington
Chairman JUDITH CHALMERS Reading your Letters
Arts Notebook: a monthly look at work in progress judy PARFITT reads Fenny by LETTICE COOPER (12)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Desert Island Discs

Jane Grigson , cookery writer
12.55 medium only
Weather and programme news
BBC Radio 4 FM

Desert Island Discs

Jane Grigson, the cookery writer, discusses the records she would take to a desert island, with Roy Plomley.
(Repeated: Tuesday 12.20 pm)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Food Programme

Presenter Derek Cooper
This week cookery writer Jane Grigson and Sally Baker of the Women's Institute, review the year's best cook books. Producer JULIAN hale
12.55Weather; programme news
BBC Radio 4 FM

Pot Luck

In the last of the present series, Michael Smith draws on the knowledge and experience of Michael Bateman , Jane Grigson and Evelyn Rose to answer questions on food and drink.
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
12.55 Weather; programme news
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Guest of the Week: the cookery writer Jane Grigson.
More Gadgets:
DAPHNE METLAND demonstrates the dry fry pan.
The Ballad and the Source (8) long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

Culinary Characters

In the last of the series, Marjorie Lofthouse meets The Observer's food expert Jane Grigson , author of a collection of eminently readable cookbooks whose pages are a lyrical appreciation of good food. In her award-winning Vegetable Book she says of the cabbage, 'as a vegetable it has original sin and needs improvement. It can smell foul in the pot, linger through the house with pertinacity, and ruin a meal with its wet flab.
Cabbage also has a nasty history of being good for you.' Producer JULIA PARKER BBC Birmingham
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Matter of Taste

An appreciation of Elizabeth David
Compiled by MELISSA BAKEWELL Since 1950, when A Book of Mediterranean Food first appeared, Elizabeth David has been an inspiration in countless kitchens. Colleagues from the worlds of publishing and cookery pay tribute to the doyenne of contemporary food writers.
With
DRUSILLA BEYFUS SIMON COLLIER. JANE GRIGSON JOE HYAM , HUGH JOHNSON
MARTIN LAM. JOHN LEHMANN PRUE LEITH. JOYCE MOLYNEUX JILL NORMAN. MICHEL ROUX and ANNE SCOTT JAMES Reader ELEANOR BRON Producer ED THOMASON
< HEAR THIS! page 10
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Experienced English Housekeeper

Over 200 years ago Elizabeth Raffald compiled a cookery book which contained more than 800 recipes.
Jane Grigson dips into the recipes and visits Arley Hall , where Mrs Raffald was a very experienced housekeeper. Producer STEPHEN LOCKWOOD BBC Pebble Mill
0 See David Gillard , right
BBC Radio 4 FM

Serial: The Pleasures of the Table

4: Maureen O'Brien reads extracts from the work of Jane Grigson. For details see Monday
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Late Book: The Pleasures of the Table

4: Jane Grigson. Maureen O'Brien reads extracts from the work of the writer whose unpretentious approach to cooking and eating endeared her to millions. For details see Monday (R)
BBC Radio 3

Words and Music

Food for Thought. Samantha Bond and Robert Powell read works on the theme of food, including poetry and prose by Robert Frost , Thomas Hardy , Jane Grigson , Carol Ann Duffy , Marcel Proust and Samuel Pepys. The musical fare includes generous helpings of Chabrier, Cage, Schubert, Stravinsky and Bach. EMAIL: wordsandmusic®bbc.co.uk
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visit www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic






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