The when, where and what of Alex Rushmer and Lawrence Butler’s new restaurant and their strategies for making the small, four night a week high-quality place survive without high prices. We meet David Turner, executive chef at King’s College and hear of the work of the kitchen, and how it caters for students. On Apple Day, we bring ideas from Rosie Sykes and Tine Roche. Also, Le Cocoa Samba on chocolate and Steve Hovington on how the phylloxera bug is still affecting vineyards. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Rosie Applin.
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