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BBC Two England

Heroes

A series in which
Eric Robson invites guests to discuss, with film and TV clips, the heroes who have influenced their lives. 3: Jane Grigson , the Observer's cookery correspondent, has introduced a whole generation to the delights of good food.
Tonight she shares her choice of heroes, including a fellow cookery writer,
Elizabeth David , and the novelist Henry James , but above all her late husband, the poet and critic Geoffrey Grigson.
Director JOHN METHERELL
Producer JOHN MAPPLEBECK BBC North East
BBC One London

Looking Good, Feeling Fit

The third of four programmes to help you make the best of what you've got, presented by Richard Stilgoe and Gillian Reynolds
You are what you eat, and that's half a ton of food a year.
Richard and Gillian digest the dos and don'ts of diet, fed to them by programme doctor Mike Smith. They sample school dinners, investigate the benefits of stone-ground flour, and follow two ladies on a nine-month struggle to slim.
Food writer Jane Grigson gives advice on cooking vegetables.
Directors ROY CHAPMAN , TAMASIN DAY-LEWIS Producer KEITH SHEATHER. BBC Bristol
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BBC Two England

Food and Drink

Presented by Henry Kelly and Susan Grossman with drinks correspondent Jill Goolden
The Food and Drink special edition for Christmas offers Jane Grigson demonstrating how to roast and stuff a goose, a film report on the secrets of the booming cream liqueur market, a guide to exotic fruit now in the shops and the best wine bargains recommended by an expert tasting panel ... in other words, a complete Christmas menu with five shopping days still to go before the big day.
Director BELINDA GILES
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
BBC Videobook, Delia Smith 's Home Baking (BBCV 1009), available from retailert
BBC Two England

Food and Drink

Presented by Henry Kelly and Susan Grossman with drinks correspondent Jill Goolden
The way we eat now: DREW SMITH, Editor of the Good Food Guide, reports on how processed foods now dominate our diet; while food writer, JANE GRIGSON , goes in search of Britain's fresh produce and finds it in a Herefordshire hotel.
Director BELINDA GILES
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
BBC Two England

Cookshow

Esther Rantzen presents a culinary extravaganza from the Savoy Hotel.
Five celebrities prepare dishes from the books of top cookery writers, while the writers look on... Willie Rushton cooks up a chille con carne a la Delia Smith
Cyril Smith, MP, roasts John Tovey's lakeland lamb in hay, Suzi Quatro attempts Jane Grigson's monkfish au poivre, Gerald Harper stuffs Claudia Roden's Persian chicken, and Jane Asher prepares salmon en croute according to Prue Leith.
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Research NADIA RAGGAR






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