The View From The Fridge

Paul Allen explores the drama of domestic life played out in the kitchen, a site of class conflict and uncontrolled passion.

From the kitchen sink drama to the aga saga, it is a room that mirrors the social changes of the century and has become a star of film and fiction.

With confessions from designer Stephen Bayley, critic Michael Billington and performer Bobbie Baker.

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Paul Allen explores the drama of domestic life played out in the kitchen, a site of class conflict and uncontrolled passion.

From the kitchen sink drama to the aga saga, it is a room that mirrors the social changes of the century and has become a star of film and fiction.

With confessions from designer Stephen Bayley, critic Michael Billington and performer Bobbie Baker.

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Paul Allen explores the drama of domestic life played out in the kitchen, a site of class conflict and uncontrolled passion. From

"kitchen-sink drama" to the "Aga saga", it is a room that mirrors the social changes of the century and has become a star of film and fiction. With confessions from designer Stephen Bayley , critic Michael Billington and performer Bobbie Baker. Producer Abigail Appleton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970827]

Unknown: Paul Allen

Designer: Stephen Bayley

Unknown: Michael Billington

Unknown: Bobbie Baker.

Producer: Abigail Appleton