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Welcome to the Borough Market podcast. Each week, we’ll meet a different trader at London’s most renowned food market and hear the stories behind the stalls. Produced and presented by Gilly Smith with music by Jordan Bellamy.

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Welcome to the Borough Market podcast. Each week, we’ll meet a different trader at London’s most renowned food market and hear the stories behind the stalls. Produced and presented by Gilly Smith with music by Jordan Bellamy.

    Sustainable sustenance: reducing the impact of food production

    Sustainable sustenance: reducing the impact of food production

    In the last of the summer series of panel discussions at Borough Talks, Tim Lang, professor of food policy at City University asks an expert panel about the true cost of the food we eat?

    The panel includes Robin Gill, chef-proprietor of The Dairy, The Manor, Counter Culture and Paradise Garage; Patrick Holden, founder of the Sustainable Food Trust; Donald Hyslop, head of regeneration and community partnerships at Tate Modern and chair of the Trustees of Borough Market; Carolyn Steel, author of Hungry City: How Food Shapes Our Lives; and Richard Swannell, development director of WRAP.


     
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    • 1 hr 16 min
    How to join the drinks revolution

    How to join the drinks revolution

    London has recently undergone a drinks revolution, with the opening of dozens of small breweries and distilleries and the flowering of a vibrant, innovative cocktail scene. So, what does it take to become a success in this rapidly shifting environment? Our panel will reflect on the dynamic world of British drinks and provide invaluable advice to anyone interested in the exciting opportunities it presents.

    Panel
    Dave Broom: Glaswegian writer, broadcaster, lecturer and all-round expert on spirits and the art of distilling. Author of a dozen books, two of which have won the Glenfiddich Drinks Book of The Year award.

    Tony Conigliaro: Internationally renowned drinks creator, founder of the Drink Factory consultancy and three acclaimed, mould-breaking London bars: 69 Colebrooke Row, Bar Termini and Untitled.

    Catriona Felstead: A senior buyer at England’s oldest wine and spirit merchant Berry Bros & Rudd, and the company’s first ever female Master of Wine.

    Dan Tapper: Food and drink writer and self-taught brewer who three years ago launched The Beak nano-brewery in his native Yorkshire, creating small batches of unfiltered, unpasteurised beers.


     
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Borough Talks: How the media can help your food business

    Borough Talks: How the media can help your food business

    To what extent does the power of the media influence how and what we eat? Food writer, Sybil Kapoor leads a panel of experts: Milly Kenny-Ryder: The writer, singer and blogger behind the online food, culture and fashion magazine Thoroughly Modern Milly; Pete Lawrence, head of features at the BBC, working with the likes of Nigel Slater, The Hairy Bikers, Nigella Lawson, Lorraine Pascale and Rachel Khoo; Jane Levi: Writer and academic who specialises in the history of food and utopianism and Alana Spencer: Winner of the 2016 series of The Apprentice and founder of Ridiculously Rich by Alana, a bakery brand that has grown under the spotlight of the media.

     
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Borough Talks : Read, Cook, Live: The Ingredients of a Cook Book

    Borough Talks : Read, Cook, Live: The Ingredients of a Cook Book

    Borough Talks, a series of public debates presented by Borough Market, explores some of the most interesting and important issues relevant to today’s food world. In this year’s inaugural event, our guest panelists tackle the topic of cookbooks—namely, what makes a good one? Angela Clutton chairs the debate with publisher, Stephanie Jackson, Guardian columnist, Felicity Cloake,Monica Linton, founder of Brindisa Spanish Food and author of Brindisa: The True Food of Spain and British Library's Peter Ross.
     
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 8: Ellie's Dairy

    Episode 8: Ellie's Dairy

    The series which looks behind the stalls at London's most famous market. This week, we meet Joe Ralph at Ellie's Dairy, famed for its raw milk and award winning goat cheeses, but which has also put billy goat back on the menu in British food.
     
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    • 22 min
    Episode 7: Charcutier Ltd

    Episode 7: Charcutier Ltd

    In this series of stories behind the stalls of London's most famous market. we meet Liesel Taylor of the award winning artisans, Charcutier Ltd.
     
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    • 20 min

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