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Edith Bowman, Sean Fletcher and Colin Murray to present The Great Food Festival

OHMYGOSSIP — Edith Bowman, Sean Fletcher and Colin Murray will present ‘The Great Food Festival’ for BBC Two.
The trio started filming the new series on Saturday (30.07.22) in Scotland and will travel around the UK, exploring “what we eat, where it comes from, when it is produced, who produces it and why it matters”.
The presenters will be joined by food enthusiasts from around the UK, including Briony May Williams and Leyla Kazim in England; Suzie Lee in Northern Ireland; Julie Lin and Jim Smith in Scotland and Onkar Singh Purewal, Meinir Howells and Michela Chiappa in Wales.
Edith said: “I grew up in a hotel so food has always been part of my DNA. I’m incredibly excited to explore different part of the UK to celebrate the food we produce, not least in my homeland, looking at everything from oysters in Stranraer to livestock in Nairn. I can’t wait to start filming.”
Sean added: “Food and the way it is made, from farm to fork or picker to producer, has always been a passion of mine. It must be obvious because I tend to be given the food assignments on TV shows. So presenting a whole series on the best of what we eat alongside Edith and Colin will be a dream job. I was brought up in England, but feel just as much Welsh having lived in Wales for 10 years and learnt the language, so I’m looking forward to showcasing the local food stories of the two places I call home.”
And Colin said: “This show is about the people and the places as much as it is about the food. I’m really looking forward to getting to know all three.”
The series will also explore food festivals across the UK including Nairn Show and Stranraer Oyster Festival in Scotland, Colwyn Bay in the north of Wales, and Cardiff’s city centre market as well as the Abergavenny Food Festival, Belfast Mela, Ould Lammas Fair, in Northern Ireland, and York Food Festival and Taste Cumbria in Cockermouth in England.

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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