Leigh Chambers’ guest is food writer, Bee Wilson, who’ll be talking about her latest book First Bite: How We Learn to Eat which examines how our eating habits are formed early in our lives. We also chat to therapist, Ali Knowles, author of Oli and His Super Powers a series of stories aimed at helping troubled children. And Edel Hopkin guides us through the craft of book making – with a little help from some of her enthusiastic pupils.
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