BBC Radio 4’s Sheila Dillon returned to Lancashire to explore her “food roots”. Sheila met with a variety of people – from food producers, to cooks to campaigners – including the Larder’s very own, Kay Johnson.

From the BBC description:

“Kay Johnson is a food campaigner who grew up in Lancashire, worked abroad, and came back to the county six years ago. Noticing a deep disconnect around food, she’s working to reconnect people, food producers, and the fresh local produce of the region. Kay draws direct inspiration from a social reform movement that was involved with setting up the Sailor’s and Soldier’s Free Buffet that operated at Preston station during World War One.”

Listen to Kay’s involvement on the show here.