In today's Britain, more and more people spend longer at an office than ever before. It dominates lives. It's made more people middle class, transformed the lot of women, raised standards in education and been the reason for many technological advances. But the office itself seems to have no history and people accept without question the way they work now. They endure the charade of the annual appraisal, gawp at endless PowerPoint presentations in interminable meetings and work in open plan offices where colleagues' phone calls to their plumber can be heard.
All six episodes of the fourth BBC Radio series. Over six weeks the programme has travelled round the country, visited interesting food locations, and met local food-loving people. The show is witty, fast-moving, and irreverent, but packed full of information that may well change the way you think about cooking. This series, The Kitchen Cabinet visited Belfast, Leeds, Bakewell, Winchester, Southall and the Latitude Festival. Food Consultant: Anna Colquhoun. Produced by Peggy Sutton.