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BBC Apples: British to the Core
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15 Jun This programme is not currently available on BBC iPlayer. Horticulturalist Chris Beardshaw uncovers the British contribution to the history of our most iconic fruit. See all clips from Apples: British to the Core (3). 2 Sep - 57 min - Uploaded by Watch Me Grow Horticulturalist Chris Beardshaw uncovers the British contribution to the history of our most. 8 Jun Ian Sturrock cultivates rare Welsh fruit trees and has discovered an extraordinary apple growing, against all the odds, on Bardsey Island.
16 Jun While British summer fruit harvests are having a bumper year, apple growers are watching their crops closely in case the drought in parts of the. 9 Jun Britain has more varieties of apple than anywhere else in the world. At the National Fruit Collection, Joan Morgan explains why. 15 Jun There was lots of food for thought in Apples: British to the Core (BBC Four) for those of us who mindlessly munch through a Cox or a Golden.
Grown in temperate regions, apples are one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits. though British apples are at their best from September through to November. less flesh); core by cutting them into quarters then cutting the core away or. Heat half the oil in a large frying pan. Core and cut the apples into wedges, then cook for about 10 mins until caramelised and softened. Remove from the pan. more on cascinagabba.com and watch the latest episode on the BBC iplayer Chris Beardshaw British Gardens in Time Presenter. Apples British to the Core - BBC4. In Britain we crunch our way through billions of apples each year. 15 Feb BBC Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe, one of the most recognisable names (and voices) in British music, has been hired away from the radio. Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots and learn more about BBC iPlayer. Download BBC iPlayer and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad and.