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Who is Stefan Gates?
Stefan Gates is a British television presenter, author, broadcaster and live-show performer who writes mostly about food and science. He has written six books about extraordinary food and cooking, and has presented 14 TV series, mostly for the BBC, including Cooking in the Danger Zone about unusual food from the world's more dangerous and difficult places. He develops half of these TV series himself, including the CBBC children's food adventure series Gastronuts and Incredible Edibles. Gates presented BBC One's Food Factory, leading to debate about whether or not a change of lead presenter is good or bad for TV programmes. He wrote and presented the BBC Two series E Numbers: An Edible Adventure, Full On Food and the BBC Four series Feasts. Gates has also written and presented two BBC Four documentaries: Calf's Head and Coffee: The Golden Age of English Food on food history, and Can Eating Insects Save the World? on entomophagy. He appears as a guest on TV and radio programmes including Newsnight, Loose Ends, BBC Breakfast, Sunday Brunch, The Wright Stuff, Iron Chef, Blue Peter, The Alan Titchmarsh Show and This Morning.
- born on (48 years ago) in London
- nationality: England
- education: University of Oxford
- profession: Presenter, food critic, child actor, actor, model, author
- Marriage with Georgia Glynn Smith
- written work: "Gastronaut"
- filmography: played Joseph Andrews (Young Joseph) in "Joseph Andrews"
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Encyclopedia of Television (2004)
by Horace Newcomb, Museum of Broadcast Communications
Christopher Benjamin Cynthia Grenville Thomas Grady David Delve Kevin McNally Forbes Collins Stefan Gates Jane Wymark Richard Morant Michael Caldman Police Programs Hawaii Five-O, Jack Lord, Khigh Dhiegh, 1968-80. Courtesy.
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