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1 an invitation Annual Ken Hom Lecture 2011 Instead of a bullet point, please use the colour system Only use 2 colours per slide: An initial colour (title box) in this example dark green A secondary colour to express bullet points or subheadings (in this example lime green) Avoid long sentences, keep it snappy All fonts to be Arial regular and white The Bollinger Bolsheviks v. the 'foodies': how journalists helped shape the modern British diet This space could be used for a quote To be delivered by Sheila Dillon Presenter of The Food Programme on BBC Radio 4 6:30am Wednesday 28 th September 2011

2 It is our pleasure to invite you to this years Ken Hom Lecture on the evening of Wednesday 28 th September 2011. The lecture, entitled The The Bollinger Bolsheviks v. the 'foodies': how journalists helped shape the modern British diet, will be delivered by Sheila Dillon, Presenter of The Food Programme on BBC Radio 4. We have no doubt that this will be a very special occasion; one that we hope you will be part of. There is no charge to attend the lecture, but it is essential to book in advance. Please contact Razia Nabi (rnabi@brookes.ac.uk tel. 01865 483813) to reserve your place.rnabi@brookes.ac.uk We hope to see you on 28 th September 2011. With best wishes Ken Hom Patron, Oxford Gastronomica Donald Sloan Chair, Oxford Gastronomica

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4 Sheila Dillon presents BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme. She has been a food journalist for almost three decades, beginning work as an editor and writer at the New York based magazine, Food Monitor. For twenty years she has worked on The Food Programme, first as reporter, then producer and now presenter. Her investigative work has won many awards including the Glaxo science prize, Caroline Walker award and several "Glenfiddichs", most recently for her documentary on the scandalous history of the American meat industry. In the late 80s and 90s she and Derek Cooper covered the breaking scandal of BSE, the rise of GM foods, the growth of the organic movement from muck and magic to multi-million pound business, the birth of the World Trade Organisation and irradiation at a time when those subjects were not even a gleam in a newshound's eye. Recent programmes on the chocolate industry and the rise of "nutritionism" carry on the tradition. She is also the creator of Radio 4's first interactive grocery show, Veg Talk. In January 2008 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by City University for her work, which, the citation says, "has changed the way in which we think about food." Sheila Dillon presents BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme. She has been a food journalist for almost three decades, beginning work as an editor and writer at the New York based magazine, Food Monitor. For twenty years she has worked on The Food Programme, first as reporter, then producer and now presenter. Her investigative work has won many awards including the Glaxo science prize, Caroline Walker award and several "Glenfiddichs", most recently for her documentary on the scandalous history of the American meat industry. In the late 80s and 90s she and Derek Cooper covered the breaking scandal of BSE, the rise of GM foods, the growth of the organic movement from muck and magic to multi-million pound business, the birth of the World Trade Organisation and irradiation at a time when those subjects were not even a gleam in a newshound's eye. Recent programmes on the chocolate industry and the rise of "nutritionism" carry on the tradition. She is also the creator of Radio 4's first interactive grocery show, Veg Talk. In January 2008 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by City University for her work, which, the citation says, "has changed the way in which we think about food."


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