Who Ate All The Pies?

Episodes

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01Melton Mowbray2004112120191124 (BBC7)
20191125 (BBC7)
Poet Ian McMillan travels the country in search of the perfect pork pie.

Poet Ian McMillan tastes five different pies, meets the makers and learns the history.

02Me And Mash2004112820191201 (BBC7)
20191202 (BBC7)
Poet Ian McMillan travels the country in search of the perfect pie.

Ian McMillan's in Greenwich, London, at Goddard's Pie House, where he's initiated into the culinary mastery of pie, mash and liquor, and discovers that there are secrets about this traditional London fare that just can't be revealed.

Producer Julian May

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2004.

Poet Ian McMillan travels the country in search of the perfect pies

Poet Ian McMillan tastes five different pies, meets the makers and learns the history.

Poet Ian McMillan travels the country in search of the perfect pie.

Ian McMillan's in Greenwich, London, at Goddard's Pie House, where he's initiated into the culinary mastery of pie, mash and liquor, and discovers that there are secrets about this traditional London fare that just can't be revealed.

Producer: Julian May

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2004.

03Sussex Churdle2004120520191208 (BBC7)
20191209 (BBC7)
Poet Ian McMillan travels the country in search of the perfect pie.

Poet Ian McMillan tastes five different pies, meets the makers and learns the history.

04Bridies And Scotch Pies2004121220191215 (BBC7)
20191216 (BBC7)
On the Scottish leg of his pie odyssey, poet Ian McMillan heads to Forfar and Dundee to learn about Bridie and Scotch pies.

He’s joined by Bill Herbert, a poet, pie-eater and football fan, who shares a “pie-ku” or two, as Ian learns the correct way to eat a bridie, and discovers the delights of macaroni cheese in a pie.

Producer: Julian May

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in December 2004.

Poet Ian McMillan heads to Forfar and Dundee to learn about Bridie and Scotch pies.

Poet Ian McMillan tastes five different pies, meets the makers and learns the history.

On the Scottish leg of his pie odyssey, poet Ian McMillan heads to Forfar and Dundee to learn about Bridie and Scotch pies.

He’s joined by Bill Herbert, a poet, pie-eater and football fan, who shares a “pie-ku” or two, as Ian learns the correct way to eat a bridie, and discovers the delights of macaroni cheese in a pie.

Producer: Julian May

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in December 2004.

He’s joined by Bill Herbert, a poet, pie-eater and football fan, who shares a “pie-ku ? or two, as Ian learns the correct way to eat a bridie, and discovers the delights of macaroni cheese in a pie.

05Stargazey Pie2004121920191222 (BBC7)
20191223 (BBC7)
Travelling the country to find his perfect pie, poet Ian McMillan arrives in Cornwall.

Poet Ian McMillan tastes five different pies, meets the makers and learns the history.

05Star-gazey Pie2004121920191222 (BBC7)
20191223 (BBC7)
Poet Ian McMillan travels the country to find his perfect pie. Today, Mousehole, Cornwall.

Poet Ian McMillan tastes five different pies, meets the makers and learns the history.