Today on #LockdownLibrary we have the marvellous William Sitwell reading from his new book, ‘The Restaurant: A History of Eating Out’
PFD’s Lockdown Library is a new project bringing together our wonderful authors to offer up some fun, learning and relaxation during these strange times. We’ll be posting regular book readings, short talks and Lockdown Lunches from our chefs, so be sure to follow our Twitter and Instagram(both @pfdagents) to see when there’s something new in the #LockdownLibrary.
William Sitwell is a British journalist, writer and broadcaster; he has been named Editor of the Year in awards from both the British Society of Magazine Editors (BSME) and the Association of Publishing Agencies (APA).
A frequent guest and presenter on TV and radio, his credits include: Food & Drink (BBC2), Michelin Stars: The Madness of Perfection (BBC2) Masterchef (BBC2), Britain’s Best Dish (ITV1) and Taste the Nation (ITV1). He has also contributed regularly on the subject of food for the Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian.
His first book, A History of Food in 100 Recipes, was published in April 2012, followed by Eggs or Anarchy in 2016. The Restaurant was published earlier this month, and has featured as BBC Radio 4’s Book Of The Week.