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From Our Kitchen to Your Kitchen

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From Our Kitchen to Your Kitchen

    BKR 19: Ripples or Fast Ripples

    BKR 19: Ripples or Fast Ripples

    So you've got your small cube of human brain and twenty hours....what do you do next? Luckily for us, between conferences in Kenya and Brazil, neuroscientist Mark Cunningham finds time to call into the BKR kitchen. So we ply him with wine and ask the fine details of what a neuroscientist actually does.

    Live improvised music by Paul Bradley

     

    • 28 min
    BKR 18: Carver & Cook: A Ton of Tea & A Kindle of Poetry

    BKR 18: Carver & Cook: A Ton of Tea & A Kindle of Poetry

    Fine art curator Julia Carver talks about a once in a generation opportunity at the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery and the works that most excite her in the new international contemporary art collection. We force her to choose one special painting from the gallery’s permanent exhibitions.

    James Cook has just moved to Bristol Head of Arts and Poetry for BBC Radio. He explains what a Head of Poetry actually does and we ask him to read us his favourite poem.

    • 34 min
    BKR 17: Cabrito.

    BKR 17: Cabrito.

    Our friend Matt: "I know someone who is buying up all the goats in the country."

    So, James Whetlor and Sushila Moles come to the BKR kitchen and tell us about Cabrito.



     

     

    Live improvised music by Paul Bradley

    • 26 min
    BKR 16: Rising and Raising: Laura Hart & Claire Thomson

    BKR 16: Rising and Raising: Laura Hart & Claire Thomson

    It is always a good idea to invite a baker and a chef round for a recording. They bring food.  Bristol baker Laura Hart, of Hart's Bakery, talks about the importance of doing one thing well. Claire Thomson, of Flinty Red Restaurant swaps chef's whites for a 5 0'clock apron.

    Music by Paul Bradley.

    Below, Claire and Laura as they were ten years ago at Quartier Vert.



     

    • 36 min
    BKR 15: Three Cane Whale Kitchen Concert

    BKR 15: Three Cane Whale Kitchen Concert

    We held a competition for our listeners and Three Cane Whale fans to win the chance to come into the BKR kitchen and hear Three Cane Whale perform in what must be the smallest venue ever.  Here are some highlights from the evening. Three Cane Whale play music from their new album Holts and Hovers and describe how they recorded it in some of their favourite places.

    Holts and Hovers is not yet on general release, but once it is we will be stocking it in our store cupboard.

    • 19 min
    BKR 14 Old Bones. New Songs.

    BKR 14 Old Bones. New Songs.

    Internationally acclaimed fiddle player Gina Griffin talks about her musical upbringing and how she found herself in France playing five-hour long gigs. Here she plays traditional tunes and two of her latest songs.But to start us off, Vic invites Ed Drewitt round to the kitchen to convince Ellen that  dinosaurs can be interesting, especially if they lived locally.  Ed tells us the story of the Bristol dinosaur, which was found just ten minutes walk away, and explains its  international importance.  

    • 36 min

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