19 January 2018

Brunch

This is a shout out to British and British-based bloggers and commenters. Our lovely son Ian will be on Channel 4 TV this coming Sunday. He will be on a chatty magazine programme called "Sunday Brunch" with his Bosh! accomplice Henry. The programme is set in a kitchen environment and they will be preparing at least one vegan dessert for the hosts and perhaps the other guests to enjoy.

It is a live show and  it commences at 9.30am on Sunday morning.

This TV appearance is all part of  Ian and Henry's drive to bolster forthcoming book sales. All being well, their Bosh! cookbook will hit the bookshops and Amazon's online store in mid-April of this year.

If you have the opportunity to do so, please watch "Sunday Brunch" on January 21st. And remember you don't have to be a vegan to enjoy vegan dishes.

24 comments:

  1. I like their trademark black t-shirts and I hope their live TV appearance goes without a hitch

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    1. Thanks for your good wishes Kylie.

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  2. I won't see the show but I wish them much success.

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  3. Although I am neither a British nor a British-based blogger, I am commenting here and wishing Ian and Henry all the best!
    I imagine you and Mrs Pudding sitting in front of the TV on Sunday morning, beaming with well justified pride.

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    1. I hope he doesn't drop his freshly prepared dessert on the floor!

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  4. Don't forget to record the programme YP.

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    1. I'll be able to record the catch-up version on this computer.

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  5. I'm sorry that I won't be able to watch the programme from Italy. I have a strong feeling that their success will take them to overseas tv programmes soon. Best of luck for their Sunday Brunch interview!
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. That's kind of you Maria. Are there any vegans in Italy?

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  6. We'll be watching!

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    1. Sorry to get you up so early on a Sunday Sue!

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  7. Doing my (small) bit to spread the word too. I wish them the best of luck.
    As you know, vegans and vegetarians are regularly burnt at the stake for witchcraft here in Catalonia so I had to keep my (1989-2017) vegetarianism very quiet ;)

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    1. It's now 2018... Have you become a carnivore now Brian?

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    2. Exactly. Did my bit for the cause, but I went back to meat (and fish 'n' chips) in October last year.

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  8. Good for them! I hope they get lots of viewers and lots and lots of positive reactions!

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    1. Let's hope it's just another step along the way to more success. Thanks for your good wishes Lee.

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  9. I would watch if I could! Good luck to Ian!

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    1. You mean you are not flying over here Jennifer?

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  10. I just Googled the show and I can watch it here in America on the internets! I have to wait until it's taped, so I'll be checking in on Sunday night and hope it's ready for viewing on my Long Island computer. How cool is that?

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    1. It's a crazy world isn't it Vivian?

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  11. Brilliant! Hope all goes well for him. :)

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    1. Making food live on TV must be pretty challenging. Something could easily go wrong.

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  12. Wishing them all the best! I hope there is some way to see it here eventually. I'll check the Channel 4 website for the possibility.

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