Sally Brown and Kate Morris are co-devisors and series consultants for two BBC CBeebies Series.
My World Kitchen
My World Kitchen is a brand new CBeebies show for 4 to 6 year olds, and produced by Terrific Television, currently comprising 30 episodes. It celebrates the food children like to cook and eat at home.
The programme is presented by children, the youngest 6 and the eldest 8, who invite us into their homes to see them cook a dish celebrating their own culture or heritage to share with friends.
My World Kitchen is narrated by Ainsley Harriott who says: “My World Kitchen is a groundbreaking new cookery show for CBeebies and I’m extremely proud to be part of it. Watching young kids cook sophisticated family recipes that come from all parts of the globe is what makes this show truly unique!”
Fun and factual, these programmes show the children cooking from scratch, making food approachable and easy, as well as finding out about where it comes from and how it grows.
"Huge congratulations on the show. What a brilliant format, a celebration of diversity in Britain and of changing tastes." Bee Wilson, Food Writer comments on My World Kitchen.
Travel thousands of miles from Jamaica to Scotland, India to Italy without even leaving the UK and discover the rich and diverse cuisines alive in our homes. My World Kitchen celebrates the food children like to cook and eat at home.
Visit Cbeebies My World Kitchen website >
I Can Cook
Running to four series and a total of 104 episodes I Can Cook was commissioned by the BBC in 2008 and aired in over 150 countries, regularly achieving 30% audience share. Charismatic presenter Katy Ashworth shows 3-5 years olds how they can make delicious and healthy food themselves using our fun and safe techniques.
Visit Cbeebies I Can Cook website >
Sally Brown and Kate Morris
Image credit: Buttercup Photography