Published to tie in with a primetime six-part series on Channel Four starting on 18 SeptemberA Zeitgeisty mix of Dangerous Book for Boys-style activities and a hard-hitting campaign for wild and free-range foodCharismatic and highly promotable authors, both of whom have already published their first booksWill appeal to fans of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Ray Mears, Heston Blumenthal and Jamie Oliver
Thomasina Miers was winner of BBC2's Masterchef in 2005. She writes a regular recipe column in The Times and is the author of Cook. In 2005, Guy Grieve spent a year alone in the Alaskan wilderness. The result was his first book Call of the Wild. He currently lives on a Hebridean island with his wife and two sons.