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(April 2020)

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JamesWorldNews Central World News
A new daily cookery show is to air from 13th April. This will help all of us to learn during lockdown!

Bravo!



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Brekkie Wales Wales Today
Always thought they should move this to weekdays then get proper Saturday morning TV back on BBC1.
Turns out nobody had 2020 vision.
MF
Matthew_Fieldhouse Central (West) Midlands Today
Something to finally take Homes Under the Hammer out of that slot
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Whataday Founding member Wales Wales Today
I'm amazed the BBC haven't given Jack Monroe her own cookery show before, and in the right slot it could work.

However I think this daily show is absolutely the wrong slot for her. I find she has little in the way of charisma and her recipes have a very middle class interpretation of cooking on a budget. Things like carrot cake rice pudding and brie and bacon risotto. There's also no escaping how politically charged she is.

I have a feeling this will be handing viewers to This Morning on a plate. But we'll see what they do with it.
DV
dvboy Central (West) Midlands Today
Something to finally take Homes Under the Hammer out of that slot

Homes under the Hammer still in the schedule sadly, following Daily Kitchen.
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JAS84 Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
Shorter I assume (two properties instead of three?) as otherwise there'd only a 15 minute gap between Hammer and Bargain Hunt.
JO
Jonwo
Always thought they should move this to weekdays then get proper Saturday morning TV back on BBC1.


Kids TV doesn’t rate these days so it’ll never happen
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bilky asko Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
However I think this daily show is absolutely the wrong slot for her. I find she has little in the way of charisma and her recipes have a very middle class interpretation of cooking on a budget. Things like carrot cake rice pudding and brie and bacon risotto. There's also no escaping how politically charged she is.


You do realise that the recipes actually come from her own experience of having to live on a tiny budget? You need to direct that criticism towards Jamie Oliver...

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AlexS Central (East) Midlands Today
JAS84 posted:
Shorter I assume (two properties instead of three?) as otherwise there'd only a 15 minute gap between Hammer and Bargain Hunt.

Schedule currently shows Daily Kitchen 10-10:45 then homes under the hammer 10:45-11:45 which leaves the typical 11:45-12:15 slot free for something else (night force for the first week).
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Whataday Founding member Wales Wales Today
You do realise that the recipes actually come from her own experience of having to live on a tiny budget?


I would have thought I'd said enough to show that I am aware of who Jack Monroe is. That doesn't mean her ideas aren't incredibly middle class.
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all new Phil Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
You do realise that the recipes actually come from her own experience of having to live on a tiny budget?


I would have thought I'd said enough to show that I am aware of who Jack Monroe is. That doesn't mean her ideas aren't incredibly middle class.

Agree with what you’re saying. Her entire audience is people on Twitter who work in London pretending they’re poor, I don’t see that having mass appeal.
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JAS84 Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
AlexS posted:
JAS84 posted:
Shorter I assume (two properties instead of three?) as otherwise there'd only a 15 minute gap between Hammer and Bargain Hunt.

Schedule currently shows Daily Kitchen 10-10:45 then homes under the hammer 10:45-11:45 which leaves the typical 11:45-12:15 slot free for something else (night force for the first week).
Contrary to that tweet, which says Daily Kitchen is on until 11. You'd think the host would know how long his show is!

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