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Unreal desserts that made us do a double take: Get to know chef Ben Churchill and food illusion at its best

Unreal desserts that made us do a double take: Get to know chef Ben Churchill and food illusion at its best

Food
Now, these are our types of fruits and veggies Reporter: Visnja Marjanovic | Subeditor: Ivelina Nikolova Gingerbread house, chocolate windows and roof made out of frosting and sugar? Please. That is so last year. Walking into Ben Churchill’s kitchen would be climbing a stairway to heaven for Hansel and Gretel; the evil witch’s candy home has nothing on his innovative desserts shaped like…well, anything. From peppers and carrots, eggs and trees, to milk bottles and dish sponges, the St Albans chef is showing us that, in the food industry, the only limit is your imagination. ‘’It started 18 months ago’’, he explains to The Voice of London. Although he’s been a professional cook for years now, he told us (and we could not believe it) that he has never been a pastry chef before. “I just t
Funding cuts may lead to rise in pregnancies and abortions

Funding cuts may lead to rise in pregnancies and abortions

News, UK
 The UK government announced cuts in public health services. Doctors have advised that this might lead to a rise in abortions and pregnancies. Reporter: Micaela Kolischer The cut is believed to jeopardise women’s chance of getting a variety of 15 types of contraceptives, provided by GPs in the UK, also known long-acting reversible methods. GP Anne Connolly visited the BBC'S Victoria Derbyshire show today and said: ‘’We’ve seen fantastic reductions in teen pregnancy over the last 10 years. One of the mayor factors has been improved education to primary care to the contraceptive services, a lot of extra training but particularly a focus on the much more reliable, much more cost efficient long-acting reversible methods’’. Contraception in Britain, specifically the morning after pill c
Jazz and its’ appeal to the younger generation

Jazz and its’ appeal to the younger generation

art, Investigations
Jazz’s strong history and extremely important impact on every genre is the reason it lives on. Reporter: Lateefa Farah| Subeditor: Gabby Espinet The older image of Jazz, that being of Cuban cigars, old men in suit and ties, doesn’t seem to fit the scene in the generation that’s starting to bring it back. London is known for its vast range of music genres and environments, and does a very good job of bringing it together. But, what I wanted to explore was how Jazz was becoming a lot more appealing amongst the younger generation, i.e.those who come into pubs and bars in sneakers. TJ, 20, Bassist for the well known Jazz group Ezra Collective, expands on this: “I feel Jazz is appealing to young people simply because they are being reintroduced to it. I think there will and have always

Voice of London Radio | Episode 2

Arts, News, Radio
With the success of the first episode, here is round two. With features including the reopening of Fabric and the well renowned Winter Wonderland, this show brings together the best of London's arts and culture. While others may disagree, our radio team breaks the barriers, providing you with your weekly dose of news and culture; by millennials, for millennials. Check out two other stories from the team that unfortunately, weren't featured within the show; http://thevoiceoflondon.co.uk/dungeons-and-dragons-how-introverts-become-extroverts/ http://thevoiceoflondon.co.uk/the-streets-of-london/ https://soundcloud.com/user-553654173/the-voice-of-london-radio-show
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