Hugh Christopher Edmund FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1965-01-14
Education Eton, St Peter's Coll Oxford (BA)
Publications N/A
Recreations cooking, fishing, scuba diving, vegetable gardening, charcuterie
Clubs N/A
Style Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Esq
Career writer, broadcaster, chef; sous chef River Café Hammersmith 1989, ed The Magazine 1991, assoc ed Redwood Publishing 1992-93, prodr BBC Science 1993-94 (The Maggot Mogul 1993, Sleeping It Off 1994), fndr KEO Films (with Andrew Palmer) 1996; produced/presented: A Cook on the Wild Side (Channel 4) 1996-97, Escape to River Cottage (Channel 4) 1998-99; presenter: TV Dinners (Channel 4) 1997-99, Return to River Cottage (Channel 4) 2000, River Cottage Forever (Channel 4) 2002, Treats from the Edwardian Country House (Channel 4) 2002, Beyond River Cottage, The River Cottage Road Trip, The River Cottage Treatment, Hugh's Chicken Run, River Cottage Autumn 2008, River Cottage Summer 2009, River Cottage Winter 2009, Hugh's Fish Fight (Channel 4) 2010 and 2011, River Cottage Every Day 2010; contrib/columnist: Independent on Sunday, Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Times, Observer, Sunday Express; weekly food column Guardian Weekend magazine; patron: Farmers Markets 2002, FAMRA; supporter and campaigner various food prodn and environmental issues especially: Friends of the Earth, Soil Assoc, Fairtrade Fndn, Dorset Wildlife Tst; Glenfiddich Award for Best Food TV Prog (for A Cook on the Wild Side) 1998, Glenfiddich Trophy 2002, Best Feature BAFTA (for Hugh's Fish Fight) 2011, Best Popular Factual And Features Prog RTS Award (for Hugh's Fish Fight) 2012
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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