Westward TV's Westcountry Fare

By: Frances Kitchin, Keith Fordyce

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Condition: Used - Very Good

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16 recipe cards inside of a folder. No marks or writing observed in text. Binding stapled and square. Used but in good conditon. ........................ . . FRANCES KITCHIN (Mrs Frances Hunt) is the daughter of a Somerset Dairy farmer (Charles Sherrin), who has lived within a few miles of her birthplace for most of her life. It seems extraordinary to learn that she only learned to cook after she got married, by which time she was already the mother of two young children. Her first television programme was West Country Fare, a network production by Westward Television based in Plymouth. After the series she remained their cook and appeared regularly on Westward Diary. This happy relationship finished when Westward Television lost its franchise. For many years, through Westward Television, she ran the Cookery Theatre at the Devon County Show. During this time she served as a committee member of the Devon County Show, and “cooked for Devon” at the Foire de Caen. Later she returned to the BBC, and was co-presenter (with Joe Henson) of BBC Television’s Country Living. She has also appeared in TSW’s Gardens for All and BBC Television’s Bazaar. In April 1996 Frances, with her husband John, were contestants on The Great Antiques Hunt (BBC Television), which was first transmitted in June 1997. .................... Keith Fordyce (15 October 1928 – 15 March 2011) was an English disc jockey and former presenter on British radio and television. He is most famous as the first presenter of ITV's Ready Steady Go! in 1963, but was a stalwart of both BBC radio and Radio Luxembourg for many years.

Title: Westward TV's Westcountry Fare

Author Name: Frances Kitchin, Keith Fordyce

ISBN Number: 281BNB1002792

Location Published: Westward TV: 1970

Size: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Used - Very Good

Categories: Cookbooks

Seller ID: 48272