Stirred But Not Shaken

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012009111620111031 (BBC7)

By Keith Floyd, with James Steen.

Keith Floyd was one of the first chefs to become a celebrity and led the way in filming cookery programmes on location.

With trademark bow tie and glass of wine in hand, he inspired a generation to cook.

Read by Michael Cochrane.

Abridged by Libby Spurrier.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Keith Floyd was one of the first chefs to become a celebrity.

How did one of the first celebrity chefs become so inspired to love food? Written with James Steen, read by Michael Cochraine.

How did one of the first celebrity chefs become so inspired to love food?

022009111720111101 (BBC7)

By Keith Floyd, with James Steen.

Keith Floyd was one of the first chefs to become a celebrity and led the way in filming cookery programmes on location.

With trademark bow tie and glass of wine in hand, he inspired a generation to cook.

After a short-lived career in journalism and a stint in the army, Keith decided to become a full-time cook.

Read by Michael Cochrane.

Abridged by Libby Spurrier.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

After a short-lived career in journalism, Keith decided to become a full-time cook.

Becoming a chef full-time, the restaurant business proved to be tough on family and friendships.

Becoming a chef full-time, the restaurant business proved to be tough on the family.

032009111820111102 (BBC7)

By Keith Floyd, with James Steen.

Keith Floyd was one of the first chefs to become a celebrity and led the way in filming cookery programmes on location.

With trademark bow tie and glass of wine in hand, he inspired a generation to cook.

Having set up his restaurant, Floyd's, in Bristol, Keith agreed to film a cookery slot for local television show, RPM.

Read by Michael Cochrane.

Abridged by Libby Spurrier.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Having set up his restaurant in Bristol, Keith agreed to film a cookery slot for local TV.

The budding celebrity chef discovers a gold formula for TV cookery, but at a very personal cost.

The budding celebrity chef discovers a gold formula for TV cookery.

042009111920101125 (BBC7)
20111103 (BBC7)

By Keith Floyd, with James Steen.

Keith Floyd was one of the first chefs to become a celebrity and led the way in filming cookery programmes on location.

With trademark bow tie and glass of wine in hand, he inspired a generation to cook.

Keith's television career is revived when his agent calls with a three-series deal which will take him to Australia, Spain and the Far East.

Read by Michael Cochrane.

Abridged by Libby Spurrier.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Keith's television career is revived when his agent calls with a three-series deal.

The celebrity chef attempts to balance his TV career with personal happiness and personal finances.

The chef attempts to balance his TV career with personal happiness and personal finances.

05 LAST2009112020101126 (BBC7)
20111104 (BBC7)

By Keith Floyd, with James Steen.

Keith Floyd was one of the first chefs to become a celebrity and led the way in filming cookery programmes on location.

With trademark bow tie and glass of wine in hand, he inspired a generation to cook.

Keith was beginning to hate food and his excessive drinking was about to take its toll.

Read by Michael Cochrane.

Abridged by Libby Spurrier.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

The celebrity chef was beginning to hate food and his excessive drinking was about to take its toll.

The chef was beginning to hate food and excessive drinking was about to take its toll.