In this mouth-watering tour of your twenty-first century kitchen, BBC1 One Show resident scientist, writer and all-round Science Bloke Dr Marty Jopson addresses conundrums such as: Why is bamboo bad for knives? How and why do you process cheese? What’s the science of stuffing olives? Why don’t people like sprouts? And why will the yuck factor be part of the future of our food? Expect demos, audience participation and microscopes! The book that accompanies this talk lays bare food science from lab-grown beefburgers to the five-second rule, and from chocoholism to breakfast cereal.
British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation in 2.30pm show. Plus booksigning.
Saturday 19 October
1pm–2pm, 2.30pm–3.30pm (BSL)
Venue: The Forum, Auditorium
One ticket required per person.
Tickets will go off sale at 7pm the night before the event. For events at The Forum and Sir Isaac Newton, any remaining tickets will be available for sale on the day of the event at our ticket desk in the Atrium. For events at other venues, remaining tickets will be available to purchase, cash only, on the door 30 mins before the start time.