If there’s anything you ever wanted to know about food or cooking, but didn’t know who to ask, read on…
Come and be part of the audience for, The Kitchen Cabinet, BBC Radio 4’s culinary panel show aimed at anyone who cooks, not just the experts. The Telegraph has tipped it as one of the Top Ten Food Trends of 2012!
We are recording a programme in Bristol City Centre, to tie-in with the Grillstock BBQ and Music Festival on Thursday the 28th June 2012.
Hosted by Jay Rayner, the show will also feature:
- Peter Barham – the food scientist who is a consultant for Heston Blumenthal and Noma in Copenhagen (which some consider to be the best restaurant in the world)
- Tim Hayward – acclaimed food critic, writer, and broadcaster
- Rachel McCormack – the Glaswegian cook who is also an expert on Catalan cooking
- Allegra McEvedy – chef, food writer and regular on Radio 4’s Loose Ends
The show is witty, fast-moving, and irreverent, but packed full of information that may well change the way you think about cooking. You’ll have the opportunity to ask anything and everything to do with food and cookery, and enjoy plenty of good-humoured conversation.
TICKETS ARE FREE, with limited availability, and will be issued at random from all entries.
4. Phone number.
5. Email address.
PLEASE PUT BRISTOL AS THE SUBJECT OF YOUR EMAIL.
Doors open at 6pm, and the event starts at 6.30pm. It will be finished around 8pm.
Listen out for The Kitchen Cabinet on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday afternoons at 3pm from the 3rd of July 2012.
Or you can catch up with the first series on the BBC iPlayer now.
Terms and Conditions
You may only apply for one recording of the programme.
One person may apply for a maximum of four tickets, and only if the names of all four applicants are stated on the email.
Successful applicants will be drawn at random the day following the application closing date.
Applications for tickets to the Bristol recording will close on: Thursday 21st June 2012
Successful applicants will be emailed a question form to fill out. This also acts as your ticket, so please print it and bring it along to the recording or you may not be admitted.
Please note that tickets do not guarantee entry. The event will operate on a first-come-first-served basis, so please arrive in good time to avoid disappointment. It is the responsibility of the individual to arrange travel to and from the venue where the programme recording is taking place, and neither the BBC nor Somethin’ Else (the production company) will be held responsible for this.
The information you supply to Somethin’ Else in applying for this ticket draw will not be distributed to any third parties. We will only use it to contact you in direct reference to the recording that you have applied to attend, and you will not receive ANY unsolicited email.
We regret that we cannot contact unsuccessful applicants.