Edition 1: Herbed Beans and Olympic Conspiracies

Eggs at Ridley Road marketFrancesca Panetta invites Hashley Brown of the London Review of Breakfasts to sample an alternative Full English at Little Georgia at its new home in Goldsmith’s Row, Haggerston - never before have baked beans come under such close scrutiny.  She drops in on Ridley Road market where she meets some aggrieved stall holders, and questions Hackney mayor Jules Pipe on market regulation.  We end up at the Arcola Theatre in Dalston in the company of arts correspondent Andrew Dickson who reviews their latest production, Torn by Femi Oguns.

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