Kevin Geddes

kevin geddes

Kevin Geddes

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Biography

PhD Researcher with an interest in early television cooking programmes in Britain

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For the Housewife? From ‘The Singing Cook’ to ‘Common-Sense Cookery’: The First (Distrupted) Twenty Years of Television Cooking Programmes in Britain (1936-1955)

Conference Proceeding
Geddes, K. (2020)
For the Housewife? From ‘The Singing Cook’ to ‘Common-Sense Cookery’: The First (Distrupted) Twenty Years of Television Cooking Programmes in Britain (1936-1955). https://doi.org/10.21427/fv5b-ww74
The first television broadcasts in Britain were beamed to affluent households in London on the second of November 1936. The first cooking programmes followed two weeks later. ...

The discursive construction of class and lifestyle: celebrity chef cookbooks in post-socialist Slovenia: by Ana Tominc, Amsterdam and Philadelphia, John Benjamin Publishing Company, 2017, 177 pp., ISBN 978-90-272-0666-4

Journal Article
Geddes, K. (2020)
The discursive construction of class and lifestyle: celebrity chef cookbooks in post-socialist Slovenia: by Ana Tominc, Amsterdam and Philadelphia, John Benjamin Publishing Company, 2017, 177 pp., ISBN 978-90-272-0666-4. Food, Culture and Society, 23(3), 454-455. https://doi.org/10.1080/15528014.2020.1718409

It's All In the Booklet: Fanny Cradock's Power as a Pioneer TV Celebrity Chef and How She Used It to Transform Cooking Shows on the BBC

Conference Proceeding
Geddes, K. (2018)
It's All In the Booklet: Fanny Cradock's Power as a Pioneer TV Celebrity Chef and How She Used It to Transform Cooking Shows on the BBC
The development of cooking shows on television, and the rise in powerful, influential, bankable ‘celebrity chefs’ is often seen as a modern phenomenon involving cooks like Jam...

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