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The News Quiz: Series 91

BBC Radio Comedy (Author) , Full Cast (Read by), Jeremy Hardy (Read by) , Miles Jupp (Read by)

Eight episodes of the topical BBC Radio 4 comedy panel show, presented by Miles Jupp.

The long-running satirical panel show returns for its 91st series, with guests including Jeremy Hardy, Lucy Porter, Andy Hamilton, Kerry Godliman, Susan Calman, Hugo Rifkind, Holly Walsh, Rebecca Front, Zoe Lyons, Frankie Boyle, Baron Finkelstein, Angela Barnes, Paul Sinha and Dane Baptiste.

They take turns to provide comic commentary on topics including the Labour conference, the US presidential election race between Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton, the exit of Sam Allardyce as England manager and The Great British Bake-Off.

Miles Jupp is in the chair, while newsreaders including Kathy Clugston, Caroline Nicholls and Susan Rae read a selection of humorous cuttings sent in by listeners. Duration: 4 hours approx.

Nadiya's British Food Adventure

Nadiya Hussain (Author)

Invite Nadiya into your kitchen . . . Following her own prime-time BBC2 cookery series, Britain's favourite Bake Off winner presents her LATEST COOKBOOK, featuring mouth-wateringly delicious recipes from the programme . . .

Whip-up classic British winter dishes, with a twist. Cayenne eggs benedict, soft poached eggs on an English muffin with smoked turkey rashers and cayenne hollandaise sauce. A quick and easy grilled aubergine and feta tart on flaky, buttery puff pastry. A five-spice duck pie for the whole family, AND you can even put your leftovers to good use and make fenugreek parathas. For dessert, a West Indian tropical hit of fruity, fragrant pink peppercorn pineapple jam to top sweet scones and coconut cream. The ultimate exotic treat.
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'The best kind of cookbook . . . you can read it like a novel' The Times

Nadiya Hussain was crowned the nation's winner of 2015's Great British Bake Off. Famed for her talent and adventurous flavour choices, she sets off on a journey around the country to meet some of the finest growers, producers and pioneers behind the best of modern British food.

Inspired by her exploration, Nadiya has created over 120 easy and enticing new recipes that mix the local ingredients she encounters with her very favourite flavours, not forgetting a nod to her Bangladeshi roots.

Her reinvented classics capture the diversity of twenty-first century Britain - of tastes and culinary influences that shape what we love to cook and eat today.

Lavishly photographed, Nadiya's must-try recipes have got you covered from breakfast to mid-week meals to something a little bit special, and of course puddings and parties too.

Motivated by her love of family and food, flavour and fun, this is Nadiya cooking in the way she knows best - inspiring the rest of us to do the same.


'She baked her way into our hearts and hasn't stopped since' Prima

Londoners' Larder

Annette Hope (Author)

In a vivid panorama, Londoner's Larder presents the food of a great city. Annette Hope has used biography, literature and social history to explore the city of Chaucer, Shakespeare, Pepys, Johnson, Dickens, Wilde and Virginia Woolf, and to show in lively detail what these writers and their contemporaries might have eaten, where the food came from and how it was cooked. She looks at problems of supply, distribution, nutrition, cooking, and health and hygiene as the city expanded and changed character, and chronicles the effects of social, economic, and ethnic shifts since the end of the Second World War. At the end of each chapter are recipes from the period, written in modern, usable form.

From the takeaway pasties baked by the Cook in The Canterbury Pilgrims to dinner at the Café Royal, from John Evelyn's recipes for salads to Mrs Beeton, from the introduction of coffee to the appearance of ration books, this book charts the gastronomic life of London in scholarly and entertaining detail. A discussion of the city as it is at the beginning of the twenty-first century rounds off the picture - a time when Middle Eastern and Oriental food is commonplace, and much of the cuisine available in European restaurants is inspired by that on offer in popular holiday resorts and purely 'British' food is difficult to find.

If London beguiles you, literature seduces you, and recipes fascinate you, this pioneering book will intrigue and delight you.

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