Why are so many of our kitchens so unsociable? Lucy meets Johnny Grey, a kitchen designer who’s been fighting for decades to make kitchens a place for leisure not work, and Katie Pennick, a disability campaigner whose work has changed the face of London transport – but who still can’t cook in her own kitchen. Plus Sean Warmington-Wan reflects on the unsociable kitchen in his shared London house.
Lecker is written and produced by Lucy Dearlove.
Thanks to the contributors on this episode: Sean Warmington-Wan
, Katie Pennick
and Johnny Grey
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Research and production assistance from Nadia Mehdi
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