One For The Pot

Episodes

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In the first of four programmes about natural history and cooking, Lionel Kelleway goes to the windswept moorlands of Scotland with James, a golden eagle, to hunt for mountain hares for a British dish that is as old as the hills: jugged hare. Producer Mary Colwell. Revised repeat Monday at 7.20pm. WRITE TO: Natural History Radio, BBC Bristol BS8 2LR

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Unknown: Lionel Kelleway

Producer: Mary Colwell.

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The first of four programmes about natural history and cooking. Repeated from Friday

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In the second of four programmes about natural history and cooking,

Lionel Kelleway hunts down prized delicacies for a high tea of dressed crab and lobster and laver cakes.

Producer Mary Colwell. Revised repeat Monday at 7 20pm. WRITE TO: Natural History Radio. Bristol, BS8 2LR

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The second of four programmes about natural history and cooking. Repeated from Friday

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The third of four programmes about natural history and cooking. Every year, 200,000 grey squirrels are shot to protect our hardwood trees. Lionel Kelleway finds a recipe to make squirrel pie with fresh mushrooms. Producer Mary Colwell. Revised repeat Monday at 7.20pm. WRITE TO: Natural History Radio, Bristol, BS8 2LR

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The third of four programmes about natural history and cooking. Revised repeat from Friday

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The last of the series about natural history and cooking concentrates on the eel. Lionel Kelleway catches and smokes fresh eel, dresses it with wild watercress from the riverbank, and washes it down with river-chilled champagne.

Producer Mary Colwell. Revised repeat Monday at 7.20pm. WRITE TO: Natural History Radio. BBC. Bristol BS8 2LR

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The last of the series about natural history and cooking. Tonight's programme concentrates on one of the most enigmatic animals in the world-theeel. Lionel Kelleway catches and smokes fresh eel, and washes it down with river-chilled champagne. Revised repeat from Friday

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Unknown: Lionel Kelleway