So the 12th series of BBC Radio 4s Kitchen Cabinet starts recording again next week and as ever we need audiences. The first one – to be broadcast on December 19 for the winter solstice – will be recorded in the Visitor’s Centre at Stonehenge. Tickets are free but you do need to apply for them.
You can do so here
And if you don’t know what I’m talking about – WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?
The Kitchen Cabinet is culinary panel show a bit like Gardener’s Question Time, but with slightly looser bra straps. Our panellists are food writers, cooks and generally greedy people; the likes of Andi Oliver, Tim Hayward, Rachel McCormack, Tim Anderson and Robert Owen Brown (and many others). We also talk food science with Professor Peter Barham and food history with Dr Annie Gray. You can listen to a previous episode, From Hampton Court, here . But only for two more days.
During the rest of this series we will be at Tintern Abbey, Reading University, Stoke-on-Trent, Audley End, Sevenoaks and Billingsgate Market in London. I’ll attempt to post ticket info for all of those too.