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BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

Keith Floyd combines his love of cooking with his other passion for rugby on a visit to South Africa's main port of Durban, where he cooks a barbecue for some ofthe fans attending a major rugby cup final. He also discovers the local speciality of bunny chow, a selection of vegetable curries served in a scooped-out half-loaf of bread.
Director Mike Connor ; Producer Chris Denham
BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

Surrounded by exotic wildlife and basic facilities, Keith Floyd helps produce a bush breakfast which includes porridge with whisky and pistachio flavoured honey. Later he makes impala curry with dried fruit and a part biryani, part paella chicken dish.
Director Mike Connor ; Producer Chris Denham
BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

Keith Floyd marks the end of his African expedition by spit-roasting a suckling pig and providing a large supply of local beerfor villagers on the banks of the Zambezi in Zambia. Before leavingthe continent, he visits the vineyards of South Africa, prepares guinea fowl with bacon in wine and cooks barbecued crayfish on top of Table Mountain. Director Mike Connor ; Producer Chris Denham
Keith Floyd 's Choice: page 12
BBC One London

Noel's House Party

Noel Edmonds opens the doors of his Great House in Crinkley Bottom, for another evening of light-hearted entertainment. Thisweek'sguests include pop band Lightning Seeds and television cook Keith Floyd , who receives tonight's Gotcha award.
Producer Guy Freeman ; Executive producer
Michael Leggo Stereo
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BBC One London

Room for Improvement

Home makeovers. There's a look round gastronome Keith Floyd 's home, plus tips on garden lighting and broken windows. With Denise Waterman , Sean Rafferty , Maureen Collins and Russell Harris.
BBC Two England

The Animal Zone

With Simon King in Kenya's Masai Maragame reserve.
Editor Sara Ford
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone/
5.10*WatchOut Aguideto natural history events in the coming week. With Nick Baker. Producer Andrew Graham-Brown ; Series producer Mike Beynon Stereo. WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education/ FACTSHEET: price £1.50, available from [address removed]
5.15* The Egg: a Wildlife Guide Chef Keith Floyd introduces fascinating and unusual facts about a variety of creatures' eggs. He reveals how the egg produced by alligators is able to change sex and tests the strength of an ostrich egg. Producer Hilary Jeffkins
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5.45-6.40pm Big Cat Diary Second of three programmes chartingthe lives of big cats over a six-week period in Kenya's Masai Mara game reserve. The Lion's Tale
With the reserve enduring a drought, two prides of lions experience contrasting fortunes. The Marsh pride are suffering an unexpected fast and the starvingcubs face a periloustime.
To the north, the Big pride weathers the drought far better. To avoid conflict with the Masai tribesmen and their herds, they hunt at night and keep a wary eye on marauding hyenas. Narrated by Simon King.
Director Lizzie Bewick ; Series producers Robin Hellier and Keith Scholey
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BBC Two England

A Feast of Floyd

Chef Keith Floyd chooses programmes from adecadeofhistravels. Repeat
BBC Two England

A Feast of Floyd

Chef Keith Floyd prepares dishes made with pike and salmon on a visit to the Somerset Levels in an episode from the series FloydonFish. Repeat Subtitled..
BBC Two England

A Feast of Floyd

Keith Floyd indulges his passion for playing rugby and cooks a dish of salt duck in an edition from the series of Floyd on Britain and Ireland. Repeat Subtitled.
BBC One London

Television's Greatest Hits

Gaby Roslin presents the best of BBC television, with EastEnders actress Barbara Windsor, chef Keith Floyd, comedian Bill Bailey and ex-boxer Frank Bruno, who reveals his comic hero.
Producer Paul Reizin
BBC Two England

Ever Wondered?

Britt Ekland examines different cultural concepts of health, and Keith Floyd uncovers the truth about the Mediterranean diet (W)
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BBC One London

You Only Live Once

First of six comedy chat shows in which Nick Hancock quizzes celebrities about their lives and careers. Tonight's guest is pop star and DJ Boy George. See Choice.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers Simon Bullivant and Harry Thompson
Repeated next Saturday (S) (W)
BBC One London

You Only Live Once

Last in the series of comedy chats in which Nick Hancock quizzes celebrities about their lives and careers. Tonight's guest is TV chef and restaurateur Keith Floyd. See Choice. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers Simon Bullivant and Harry Thompson
! Repeated next Saturday (S) (W)
BBC One London

You Only Live Once

In the last in the series of comedy chat shows, Nick Hancock meets TV chef Keith Floyd.
Shown last Monday (S) (W)
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BBC Two England

Food Night

Three programmes full of seasonal suggestions. Ends 10.30.
Gary Rhodes Christmas Special Rhodes believes that the secret to a good Christmas feast is simplicity. Here he shows how to create a three-course meal of salmon with leekveloute soup and potatoes, followed by roast turkey and cranberry Wellington and, for dessert, tangerine-curd ice cream. Rhodes is set to return in a new series in March.
Director Claire Popplewell : Series producer Siobhan Mulholland (S) (W)
9.30 The Naked Chef: Christmas Party Before the cooking starts, there's drink to stock up on and the venue to decorate. Jamie Oliver ropes some friends into taking a "booze cruise" to Calais, while, back home, a cavernous warehouse is turned into a welcoming party place. Oliver prepares a menu that includes Japanese pork rolls and Sicilian cannoli.
Director Niall Dowling : Producer Nina Davies (S) (W) Monkfish, pancetta and bread kebabs recipe; Yule fuel; and RT Shop offer: page 23
10.00 Friends for Christmas Dinner A couple from Stevenage,
Hertfordshire, may have taken on more than they can handle as one of Britain's most notorious chefs - Keith
Floyd - challenges them to prepare a festive meal for him. To complicate matters, they will be using a strange kitchen and following Floyd's advice over the phone.
Director Will Clough ; Producer Karen Brown (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food/friends
BBC Two England

The Way We Cooked

Delia Smith and Keith Floyd feature in the second look at TV chefs, their colourful lives and their influences on our eating habits. Delia has become a national treasure after 30 years of best-selling books and programmes, while the flamboyant Floyd revolutionised TV cooking when he took food on to the open road. Narrated by Miriam Margolyes.
Producer Graham Strong ; Executive producer Katie Lander BBC BOOKS: Delia Smith 's How to Cook Set: Books 1, 2 and 3. £29.99. and Keith Floyd 's Floyd on Fire, £3.99, both available at www.bbcshop.com Delia's debut: p33
BBC Two England

Saturday Kitchen

Guest chef Stephen Saunders uses his favourite organic ingredients to prepare a three-course meal: a classic French dish of salmon with warm mustard sauce, plus
Thai lamb curry and chocolate and banana souffle with hot chocolate sauce.
From the archives, the Two
Fat Ladies pay a visit to the races and, in Floyd on Food,
Keith Floyd samples antipasti.
Presented by Gregg Wallace.
Director Richard Cook : Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
BBC Two England

Saturday Kitchen

Guest chef Mark Bennett shows presenter Gregg Wallace how to make a late-summer three-course meal consisting of roquefort and hazelnut tarts, followed by roasted, stuffed poussin with potato roseti, and a fruit brûlée with pistachio biscuits for dessert.
From the archives, the Two
Fat Ladies travel to Jersey to cook for the potato-pickers and, in Floyd on Food,
Keith Floyd goes to Ireland to sample Guinness and pigs' trotters and visit the Ballymaloe cookery school in Cork.
Director Richard Cook ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
BBC Two England

Saturday Kitchen

Guest chef Eric Chavot rustles up some French country cooking, starting with sweetbreads and wild mushrooms, then cooking rabbit legs with calamari stuffing. For dessert he creates a mixture of peaches and nectarines with strawberry jelly and crumble topping.
From the archives, the Two
Fat Ladies give their local lock-keeper a meal to remember, and in Floyd on Food, the flamboyant Keith Floyd cooks conger eel on a visit to Jersey. Presented by Gregg Wallace.
Director Richard Cook ; Series producer Sara Kozak www.bbc.co.uk/food/saturdaykitchen
BBC Two England

Saturday Kitchen

The guest chef on this week's culinary showcase is Stephen Terry , whose three-course meal includes crab salad with deep-fried avocado, shoulder of lamb and potato torte, and blackberry and ricotta cheesecake.
From the archives, the Two
Fat Ladies journey to the Highlands to cook for a team of loggers, while in Floyd on Food, Keith Floyd makes a gourmet's visit to Newquayin Cornwall. With Gregg Wallace.
Director Jacqui Dales ; Series producer Sara Kozak Gourmet gadgets: page






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