Having based his own reputation of a passion for quality produce, Rick Stein's gastronomic tour finds him searching for those who put taste and quality above all else. With their help he creates dishes that showcase the truly great food of Britain. From crabs in Cornwall to haggis in Scotland's Highlands, Rich Stein and his dog, Chalky, travel the length and breadth of the country to unearth Britain's best kept secrets - homegrown, traditional and local culinary delights. Along the way he meets cheese makers, ham curers, brewers, asparagus growers, pie makers and man other amazing characters who are dedicated to providing the best produce and ingredients.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Rick Stein's Food Heroes - Shipping Forecast - Netflix
The Shipping Forecast is a BBC Radio broadcast of weather reports and forecasts for the seas around the coasts of the British Isles. It is produced by the Met Office and broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. The forecasts sent over the Navtex system use a similar format and the same sea areas. The waters around the British Isles are divided into 31 sea areas, also known as weather areas (see map below). There are four broadcasts per day at the following (UK local) times: 0048 – transmitted on FM and LW. Includes weather reports from an extended list of coastal stations at 0052 and an inshore waters forecast at 0055 and concludes with a brief UK weather outlook for the coming day. The broadcast finishes at approximately 0058. 0520 – transmitted on FM and LW. Includes weather reports from coastal stations at 0525, and an inshore waters forecast at 0527. 1201 – normally transmitted on LW only. 1754 – transmitted only on LW on weekdays, as an opt-out from the PM programme, but at weekends transmitted on both FM and LW. The unique and distinctive sound of these broadcasts has led to their attracting an audience much wider than that directly interested in maritime weather conditions. In August 2017, Radio 4 celebrated the service's 150th anniversary.
Rick Stein's Food Heroes - "Mini" shipping forecast, maritime safety - Netflix
The Shipping Forecast should not be confused with similar broadcasts given by HM Coastguard to vessels at sea tuned into Marine VHF and MF radio frequencies. HM Coastguard's broadcasts can only be heard by vessels or persons using or tuned into marine VHF and MF radio frequencies, whereas the Shipping Forecast can be heard by anyone tuned into BBC Radio 4. The Coastguard's broadcasts follow the same format as the shipping forecast using the same terminology and style, but the information only normally applies to the area sector or region covered by that particular Coastguard Co-ordination Centre (such as the Bristol Channel, for instance). Announcements of pending broadcasts by HMCG is given on marine Channel 16 VHF and is normally announced along the lines of “All stations. This is Portland Coastguard... Maritime Safety Information will now be Broadcast on Channel 23... Portland Coastguard.” A similar broadcast on MF is initially announced on 2182 kHz, with a further frequency specified, e.g., 1770 kHz. VHF optimum range is approximately 30 nautical miles (NM), effectively line of sight, whereas MF range is much greater at approximately 150 NM, allowing ships in the Atlantic Ocean and North Sea to receive the broadcast.
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