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His passion is contagious and you'll be hard-pressed not to want to trazvel out there and do the same thing. Time Out Watch this Times Looking at troubled parts of the world through something as basic as the food that people eat was an inspired idea, and Stefan Gates was the ideal person to do it.

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An insane idea, but a fascinating film. Sunday Times This excellent series continues with Stefan Gates in Venezuela the day after the radical Hugo Chavez was re-elected president, First on the menu is a confusing post-election press conference, washed down with a riot and seasoned with tear gas and gunfire. Time Out Watch this However, Gates proves a deceptively sharp, very funny and gently inquisitive voyager, and this is wonderful documentary television. Independent on Sunday Gates hurls himself gleefull into the party and is able to communicate the elation and joy of the event After visiting a tank graveyard full of rusting Soviet military detritus including Scud missiles , Stefan noted it was blown up the very next day and two people killed. In the same programme, he travels to Tonga in the Pacific. Gates makes for an amiable, inquisitive guide, even when being shaved and painted with household gloss for the mass tiger dance of Puli Kali The Observer Some ideas are so good yoiu wonder why no-one has thought of them before. Times Stefan Gates is an engaging, thoughtful and unassuming presenter who has fascinating stories to tell. Although Uganda is one of the most fertile places on earth, civil unrest means that millions of its people are confined to refugee camps. Abi Grant. Not being one of life's techies, this website should be treated as an occasional ongoing project.

Viewers may disenjoy the footage of seal-hunting and dog-farming. Abi Grant.

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Times Stefan's opening programme, in India, is lively. Gates makes for an amiable, inquisitive guide, even when being shaved and painted with household gloss for the mass tiger dance of Puli Kali The Observer Some ideas are so good yoiu wonder why no-one has thought of them before. Born and brought up in the English countryside, she embarked on a career as a chef in London and New York. Abi Grant. With a breadth of knowledge of the food world, she has written on both of cookery and food related matters as well as travel for the British nationals, including the Financial Times, the Guardian, The Sunday Times and The Telegraph. An insane idea, but a fascinating film. It's a bit quirky as I draw on both past and current work. Times Stefan Gates is an engaging, thoughtful and unassuming presenter who has fascinating stories to tell. The press seem to like our work too. His passion is contagious and you'll be hard-pressed not to want to trazvel out there and do the same thing. Independent on Sunday Gates hurls himself gleefull into the party and is able to communicate the elation and joy of the event Viewers may disenjoy the footage of seal-hunting and dog-farming.

Sunday Times This excellent series continues with Stefan Gates in Venezuela the day after the radical Hugo Chavez was re-elected president, First on the menu is a confusing post-election press conference, washed down with a riot and seasoned with tear gas and gunfire.

Sunday Times In the final episode of this absorbing series, Stefan Gates steals into the perilous eastern jungles of Burma, where he patrols with the Karen rebels and finds out how their crops have been devastated by the Burmese army Independent BBC Critic's Choice: The promotional image shows reporter Stefan Gates painted head to toe in an imitation of a tiger's face: this is clearly no ordinary food documentary What could be grotesque and patronising turns out to be informative and occasionally shocking.

With a breadth of knowledge of the food world, she has written on both of cookery and food related matters as well as travel for the British nationals, including the Financial Times, the Guardian, The Sunday Times and The Telegraph.

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With a breadth of knowledge of the food world, she has written on both of cookery and food related matters as well as travel for the British nationals, including the Financial Times, the Guardian, The Sunday Times and The Telegraph. The press seem to like our work too. Independent on Sunday Gates hurls himself gleefull into the party and is able to communicate the elation and joy of the event BBC Health and Safety guidelines forbid him to eat anything — which he ignores — although he does at least have the good sense to check out the mushrooms he picked with the mayor, which turn out to contain eight times the accepted levels of radiation. Viewers may disenjoy the footage of seal-hunting and dog-farming. Times Stefan Gates is an engaging, thoughtful and unassuming presenter who has fascinating stories to tell. It's a bit quirky as I draw on both past and current work. In the same programme, he travels to Tonga in the Pacific. Sunday Times Having given us several excellent culiary tours of the globe's troublespots, gastro-adventurer Stefan Gates now experiences communal feasts and celebrations The need for and the ability to appreciate food unites us all, and these excursions into the extremes of cuisine highlight what we have in common with people whose lives appear to be utterly different from our own. He discovers that having mined the fields of the local villages, the soldiers must catch what animals they can.

Michael Holden Sunday Times For such a diffident-looking chap, the food fanatic Stefan Gates has been very bold in this excellent travel series.

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