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BBC Two England

Floyd on Fish

In today's programme, the last in the current series, Keith Floyd discovers the joys of freshly-gathered cockles and dedicates his own fish soup to the fishermen of the West Country.
Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
BBC Two England

Food and Drink

Presented by Chris Kelly Michael Barry and Jill Goolden
Week by week.... food news, investigations, challenges, tests, tastings and, of course, the craftiest cooking. Floyd Food
Freestyle cook and food writer Keith Floyd demands we throw off the yoke of our recipe books and cook what's fresh in the shops. Just Juice
A test of juice extractors - how easy is it to extract the juice without taking the pith? Vegetarian Victuals
A delicious main course recipe for vegetarians ... and meat eaters too!
Film director DAVID MILLS
Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
For fact sheet send cheque or POfor 50p (payable to BSS) to:
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BBC One London

In at the Deep End: 4: Master Chef

Five films in which Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end and learn the hard way about a completely new world.
Before Paul Heiney made this programme, his total culinary expertise equalled fish fingers grilled or fried. It is with this limited knowledge that he sets out to represent
Michel Roux's Waterside Inn at Bray in a competition between four of Britain's top restaurants.
For weeks Paul sweats onions and reduces sauces in the Waterside kitchens and spends a day working at London's exclusive Langan's Brasserie where the diners include Michael Caine. Chefs Nico Landenis, Raymond Blanc and the flamboyant Keith Floyd do their best to turn Paul into a master of nouvelle cuisine for the final contest.
Film cameraman BRIAN HALL Film editor NICK RAYNER Researcher JO CLOUGH
Series producer NICK HANDEL Producer JOHN BIRD
* RECIPE TIMES: page 79
BBC Two England

Floyd on France

Provence
In the first programme in the series celebrating the great gastronomic regions of France, shy and retiring cook Keith Floyd returns to the rich landscape of Provence where he discovered his passion for good food and cooking.
Photography CLIVE NORTH Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South and West
0 RECIPE TIMES: page 78
BBC Two England

Floyd on France

Perigord
Keith Floyd continues his gastronomic ramble with a visit to Perigord, one of the most beautiful and historically rich areas of France, famous for its truffles, geese and excellent walnuts.
The landscape is unspoilt, dotted with tiny farms and fairy tale castles and the Dordogne river provides an abundance of freshwater delicacies.
Photography CLIVE NORTH Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC Plymouth
BBC Two England

Floyd on France

Burgundy
Intrepid cook and gastronaut Keith Floyd , in the third
Programme of his culinary trek around France, visits the rich wine-growing area of Gevrey-Chambertin. It's the first day of the grape harvest and he cooks a Burgundian feast for the hungry pickers as well as providing a late lunch for the top chefs of Dijon.
Photography CLIVE NORTH Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC Plymouth
Books: Floyd on Fish. £7.50; Floyd on Fire. £7.95 from booksellers
BBC Two England

Floyd on France

Alsace
Shy and sensitive gastronaut Keith Floyd makes a danng balloon crossing over the Voges mountains to the vale of Munster, famous for its strong-smelling cheese. Floyd cooks cabbage and pheasant for the cheese makers and in neighbouring Colmar he discovers the delights of choucroute and liver dumplings.
Photography CLIVE NORTH Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC Plymouth
BBC Two England

Floyd on France

Pays Basque
On the eastern coast of France close to the Spanish border lies this fiercely independent region, famous for its spicy and peppery food. Ace gastronaut and bon viveur Keith Floyd , celebrates the classic dishes of the Basque country and cooks a rich and warming soup on a riverbank while fishermen net elvers in the evening light.
He also attempts to make the most famous of all Basque dishes, a piperade, with unexpected results.
Photography CUVE NORTH Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC Plymouth
BBC Two England

Floyd on France

Brittany
Famous for its fruits de mer, fish soups and crepes,
Brittany has long been a favourite region for gastronaut Keith Floyd. But while Brittany and Cornwall share a common heritage, it is the French who have really got their act together and devour almost everything that comes from the sea.
Floyd cooks a roast of monkfish and one of the most famous of all Breton dishes, a kig hafarz, surprisingly based on beef, flour and vegetables.
Photography CLIVE NORTH Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC Plymouth
Books. 'Floyd on Fish: £7.50
(hardback) and £3.95 (paperback);
'Floyd on Fire E7 95 (hardback) and £3. 95 (paperback) available from booksellers
BBC Two England

Vintage Floyd

Floyd on Fish
After tasting the first scallops of the season in Bridport, Keith Floyd was inspired to suggest that this
Dorset market town should form a festival in celebration of this delicious seafood. Further in his relentless campaign to persuade people to be more adventurous in their eating habits, he cooks the humble but tasty sprat as well as the noble sea-bass. Film editor DAVID SHARP
Producer DAVID PRITCHARD (R) BBC South West
Book, 'Floyd on Fish , £7.50
(hardback) and £3.95 (paperback) available now from booksellers
BBC Two England

Vintage Floyd

Floyd on Fish
Newlyn in Cornwall is renowned for inspiring artists. Its fish market inspired intrepid cook and bon viveur Keith Floyd to make a rich, but inexpensive bouillabaisse.
Film editor PHIL WILKINSON
Producer DAVID PRITCHARD (R) BBC South West
BBC Two England

Vintage Floyd

Floyd on Fish
Posing to perfection, the incorrigible Keith Floyd takes to the Somerset Levels in search of lunch and discovers the freshwater delights of pike and salmon. Film editor PETER SNOW
Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West (R)
BBC Two England

Vintage Floyd

Floyd on Food
Intrepid gastronaut
Keith Floyd takes a BBC mini-break to Jersey, where he discovers the delights of traditional Jersey fare. Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West (R)
BBC Two England

Vintage Floyd

Floyd on Food
Intrepid gastronaut
Keith Floyd visits his Celtic cousins in County Cork for this week's programme where tripe, pigs' trotters, seaweed, oysters and champagne are on the menu. Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West (R)
BBC Two England

Vintage Floyd

Floyd on Fish
Brittany and Cornwall have many things in common. Their cultures have been intertwined for thousands of years. Alas, the Cornish appetite for fish has not developed in the same way as the Bretons'. They, it seems, enjoy everything scooped out of the sea that divides these two ancient kingdoms.
Keith Floyd goes to St Malo to discover 'la difference'. Film editor DAVID SHARP
Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West (R)
BBC One London

A Night of Comic Relief

Lenny Henry and Griff Rhys Jones present eight hours of comedy - to raise money for famine victims in Ethiopia and the Sudan, and for young people in crisis in the UK. This TV spectacular is the climax of a day of Red-Nose madness across the country.

7.35 Lift Off!
Lenny Henry and Griff Rhys Jones start the huge red ball rolling, with some snappy help from Jonathan Ross - introducing Stavros serving kebabs to guests and taking
calls at the Telecom Tower, Jim Davidson in search of the Best Children's Joke in Britain and Rod Hull with the Best Red-Nose Drawing. Also Part 1 of 73 of a Kind - the Super Sketch Show with more celebrities than minutes, and more jokes than both.

8.00 A Question of Sport
Meets Spitting Image starring the real and the rubber Mike Gatting, Barry McGuigan, Daley Thompson, with David Coleman taking revenge on his annoying little puppet. Then the night forges on with a host of stars, including Little and Large Rory Bremner and Lenny Henry's report from Ethiopia.

8.30 Wood, Walters... and Wise
Live in the studio - Victoria Wood and Julie Walters, and hot on their heels, the start of Select-a-Sketch, then all-time comedy classics chosen by Radio 1 listeners from Monty Python, Not the Nine O'Clock News, Three of a Kind, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore and The Two Ronnies. Also Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie and the Gunk Tank, and Ernie Wise introducing a Morecambe and Wise classic.

FEATURE: page 82
BBC Two England

Open Space

The Catch
Easter week is traditionally the big catch of the year for Grimsby fishermen feeding the Good Friday faithful. But the catch this year was that the 'lumpers' (the dock labour force), wouldn't land the fish. Nevertheless the fishermen battled on against the elements; and travelling fishmongers Rob and Christine Hinchcliffe continued their weekly trip south to share the pleasures of the deep with their customers of Hampstead and Highgate.
Narrator Keith Floyd
Photography NIALL KENNEDY Editor LIZ TENNENT Series producer
PETER LEE WRIGHT
Producer JANE OLIVER
Open Space is the series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control helped by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
BBC One London

In at the Deep End

The last of six films in which Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end. Master Chef
Before Paul Heiney made this programme, his total culinary expertise was two ways with fishfingers - grilled or fried. It is with this limited knowledge that he sets out to represent
Michel Roux 's Waterside Inn at Bray in a competition between four of Britain's top restaurants. Chefs
Nico Landenis , Raymond Blanc and Keith Floyd do their best to turn Paul into a master of nouvelle cuisine for the final contest in which he will not be told the ingredients until half an hour before the start. Series producer NICK HANDEL Producer JOHN BIRD (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Two England

Floyd on Britain and Ireland

The old kingdom of Northumbria is famous for its strong links with early Christianity, windswept beaches, lonely moorlands and the invention of the kipper.
Inspired by the majestic sight of Hadrian's Wall, modest and unassuming gastronaut Keith Floyd prepares a dish the Romans might have cooked some 2,000 years ago - a simple but tasty stew of pork, root vegetables, wine and herbs. After one mouthful it's possible to imagine the legionnaires huddled in their Armani togas under frosty skies dreaming of Rome. Video cameraman
RICHARD ELLIOTT
Dubbing mixer STUART GREIG Videotape editor MIKE FOREN
Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West
0 FEATURE: page 82
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Two England

Floyd on Britain and Ireland

Keith Floyd enters the 'Dish of Ulster' cookery competition where he's up against some of Northern Ireland's finest cooks.
Later, after being taught the gentle art of making potato bread, and a longish visit to the country's oldest distillery he finds time to celebrate in one of the finest shrines to civilised drinking in the world - The Crown in Belfast. Cameraman RICHARD ELLIOTT Dubbing mixer STUART GREIG Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES






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