Call the Midwife products launch

Former Harry Potter and Downton Abbey Licensee, Rachel Lowe, launches her first Call the Midwife range consisting of a board game, 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle and pack of playing cards. Call the Midwife is the UK’s most popular TV drama with over 10 million viewers per episode and watched by hundreds of millions around the world.  The 8th series, produced by Neal Street Productions, starts in January 2019.

Dan Beasley-Harling signs with Metrostar

Dan, one of the most memorable contestants in 2018’s The Great British Bake Off, has signed with Metrostar.  He is currently working on a proposal for a book on the theme of ‘household management’.  Dan is available for food shows and festivals, for interviews and features in print and online media, and for appearances on TV and radio.

Alex Gabriel on The Food Programme

Just a French Guy Cooking has been selected for BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme episode on the best cookbooks of 2018, airing Sunday 2nd December at 12.30pm.

Kimm & Miller launch Krispy Kreme products

Licensee, Kimm & Miller, launches second ranges of Krispy Kreme products at Debenhams, Tesco, Next and Argos.

Hall & Associates launch Krispy Kreme Products

The second Krispy Kreme beauty range from licensee Hall & Associates launches at Boots.  The range consists of 3 products; Glazed to Perfection, Doughnut Get Lippy with Me and Bath Fizzer.

Rachel Lowe to create board games & puzzles for Call The Midwife

Former Harry Potter and Downton Abbey licensee, Rachel Lowe is to create board games, jigsaw puzzles and card games for Call the Midwife.  Call the Midwife is the UK’s most popular TV drama with over 10 million viewers per episode and watched by hundreds of millions around the world. There will be a Christmas Special in 2018 followed by an 8th series in January. The series is produced by Neal Street Productions.


The publicity campaign for Just a French Guy Cooking kicks off with Alex’s appearance on BBC Radio 2’s Steve Wright in the Afternoon. As well as explaining why he wrote the book and his debt to mentor Jamie Oliver, Alex gives Steve and the other guests a tip for making perfect scrambled eggs – use a very low heat!

James Morton goes back to his roots

Shetland: Cooking at the Edge of the World, published today by Quadrille, is the fourth title by food and drinks author James Morton. Co-written with this father, the broadcaster and journalist Tom Morton, the book celebrates the cooking, landscape and traditions of the island where James was born and raised.

Alex Gabriel’s debut book

Today sees the publication, by Quadrille, of Just a French Guy Cooking, the debut title by YouTube star Alex Gabriel, whose ‘Alex French Guy Cooking Channel’ has over 750,000 subscribers. With a Foreword by Jamie Oliver, the book showcases Alex’s geeky approach to cooking, with 90 recipes including French classics with a modern twist as well as Asian and Middle Eastern-inspired dishes.