The British And Their Stomachs

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01Just Like Mother Makes It19700914

How is a modern mum pressured by commercial advertising? Does she really know how to cook, or is she just a compulsive tin-opener?

DEREK COOPER takes the lid off the British housewife,

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

01Just Like Mother Makes It19700914

How is a modern mum pressured by commercial advertising? Does she really know how to cook, or is she just a compulsive tin-opener?

DEREK COOPER takes the lid off the British housewife,

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

02The Awful Adventure Of Eating Out19700915

The average Briton eats out fewer than three times a year, and when he does the experience can be traumatic.

Why do we feel this national embarrassment about hotels and restaurants? DEREK COOPER asks: is the fault with us or with them?

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

02The Awful Adventure Of Eating Out19700915

The average Briton eats out fewer than three times a year, and when he does the experience can be traumatic.

Why do we feel this national embarrassment about hotels and restaurants? DEREK COOPER asks: is the fault with us or with them?

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

03We Like What We Like19700916

But what do we like? A lot of people prefer tea to coffee, but they may ask for coffee because it is considered to be a more socially acceptable drink than tea.

DEREK COOPER investigates the pressures which dictate what we eat and drink

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

03We Like What We Like19700916

But what do we like? A lot of people prefer tea to coffee, but they may ask for coffee because it is considered to be a more socially acceptable drink than tea.

DEREK COOPER investigates the pressures which dictate what we eat and drink

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

04The Foodmakcrs19700917

We spend about £6.500-million a year on food. much of it pre-prepared and ready for the table. How are cans. jars, cartons, freezing, dehydrating - all the devices of modern technology - changing our daily diet?

In this programme DEREK COOPER looks at Britain's food industry.

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

04The Foodmakcrs19700917

We spend about £6.500-million a year on food. much of it pre-prepared and ready for the table. How are cans. jars, cartons, freezing, dehydrating - all the devices of modern technology - changing our daily diet?

In this programme DEREK COOPER looks at Britain's food industry.

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

05 LASTFood For Thought19700918

How will technology influence the way we eat or drink in ten or fifteen years' time?

DEREK COOPER considers the taste of food to come.

Produced by SUSAN ERLBECK

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

Produced By: Susan Erlbeck

05 LASTFood For Thought19700918

How will technology influence the way we eat or drink in ten or fifteen years' time?

DEREK COOPER considers the taste of food to come.

Produced by SUSAN ERLBECK

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper

Produced By: Susan Erlbeck