Sunday 30th June - 6.45
Carolyn Hitt and Simon Wright have worked together as producer and presenter for more than a decade on the BBC Radio Wales shows “Wales on the Menu“ and “The Secret Life of Welsh Food”. Here they will talk about food, feminism and (rugby) football followed by questions and then a delicious supper of Wright’s favourites.
£30 including a four course supper - £10 deposit on booking
Book by email - firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01558 668929
On the menu
Chickpea rissoles and sag aloo
Cardigan Bay crab and samphire salad*
Mac ‘n cheek*
Ginger cake, honey and almond ice cream
*Vegetarian and vegan alternatives available. Please let us know about any dietary requirements when booking.
Carolyn Hitt is a leading Welsh journalist, author, presenter and radio and television producer. Her recent credits include the critically celebrated BBC network documentaries, The Rugby Codebreakers (about union players leaving Wales for the professional game in the amateur era) and Rhondda Rebel (about the prominent suffragette Lady Rhondda). The many awards she has won include Columnist of the Year - sports Journalist of the Year - Welsh Sports Hall of Fame Journalist of the Year - UK Sports Journalist of the Year - Welsh Sports Journalist of the Year and Welsh Feature Writer of the Year. She is known for her robust and witty column in The Western Mail, as a pioneer in women’s sports journalism, and a consistent campaigner to bring the contribution. of women to Welsh society out of the shadows. She was the driving force behind “Hidden Heroines” on BBC Wales - a public vote to choose the subject of Cardiff's first statue of a named woman. which will be placed outside BBC Wales' new headquarters at Central Square - Betty Campbell being the viewers choice.
Simon Wright is a restaurateur, former editor of the AA Restaurant Guide, food writer and broadcaster. He worked as Restaurant Consultant to Gordon Ramsay and all the UK and European episodes of Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and Costa del Nightmares. He has been part of three restaurants in the Towy Valley - The Four Seasons, Y Polyn and Wright’s and is an advocate for Welshl food and sustainable food. He has written two books and presented television programmes for the BBC and Channel 4.