The Food Programme

The Food Programme

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Investigating every aspect of the food we eat

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In this episode Sheila Dillon is joined by a chef, restaurateur, author and campaigner, Angela Hartnett, for another in the programme’s series of Lives told through Food. Angela Hartnett is seen as an icon in the food industry - she started out learning on the job in Cambridge - and later rose up working for Gordon Ramsey, first at The Aubergine, and later at the Connaught Hotel, where she earned her first Michelin star. During that time she started to become a familiar face on British Television, appearing regularly on Hell’s Kitchen and the Great British Menu. In 2010, Angela bought Ramsay out of the restaurant she still runs today - Murano - where she received another Michelin star. In January 2022, Angela was awarded an OBE for her services to the hospitality industry, and for the work she did for the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic. In this conversation, Angela reflects on her campaigning, changes in the industry, and family life. Presented by Sheila Dillon Produced in Bristol by Natalie Donovan

Previous episodes

  • 601 - Angela Hartnett: A Life Through Food 
    Sun, 23 Jan 2022
  • 600 - Keto: Diet fad or food fix? 
    Sun, 16 Jan 2022
  • 599 - Gabriella D'Cruz: Global Youth Champion 
    Sun, 09 Jan 2022
  • 598 - #FoodTok: Mastering the Art of Cooking in Three Minutes 
    Sun, 02 Jan 2022
  • 597 - The Rise of Ultra-Fast Grocery Delivery 
    Sun, 26 Dec 2021
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