Cambridge University researcher, Dr Giles Yeo on myths about losing weight. Vanderlyle opens in April, Alex Rushmer gives us the lowdown; Thirsty and Hungry is serving now in King Street, food supremo Mark Poynton spills the beans. As Eat Cambridge approaches, Heidi White describes the new developments for 2019. FoodPark’s monthly trial at Eddington, we find how it’s going. Also, understanding Thai food and the local food and drink news. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Sue Bailey.
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