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Top chef Tom Kerridge and award-winning television producer Richard Bowron met on the set of Bake Off: Crème de la Crème in 2015. They quickly realised that chefs and TV people share more than a few character traits; a desire to bring pleasure to others through their craft… a tendency to be obsessive in their pursuit of perfection… a willingness to push boundaries… and a sense of humour when the going gets tough. They decided to combine these attributes into a new venture — Bone Soup Productions.

Richard Bowron

Richard brings 25 years’ experience in television production to Bone Soup as a producer of documentaries, features, entertainment and arts programmes. Previously he was part of the senior team at Love Productions which brought us some of the most talked about programmes of the last decade. He has also worked for BBC, Shine and RDF among other companies.

Credits as executive producer include: Bake Off: Crème de la Crème, Mary Berry Cooks, The Great Pottery Throw Down and The Richest Songs in the World.

Tom Kerridge

Tom Kerridge is chef patron of The Hand and Flowers, a pub in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. His hugely popular take on British pub food earned him a second Michelin star in 2012, the first pub to achieve this accolade. He has written several best-selling cookery books and since winning ‘The Great British Menu’ has become one of the nation’s most popular TV chefs.

TV credits include: Tom Kerridge’s Proper Pub Food, Tom Kerridge’s Best Ever Dishes, Food and Drink, and Bake Off: Crème de la Crème.

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Why Bone Soup?

History recalls how pirates thrived for months on end on the high seas with only bone soup for sustenance. Today, cooks can transform simple ingredients that would otherwise be overlooked into nourishing and delicious stocks, broths and soups. It’s an approach that Bone Soup is following to make great TV.

TV talent

Are you a TV professional based in the South West?

Do you have production credits with UK broadcasters for food and cookery programmes?

If so, Bone Soup Productions would like to hear from you.

Send your CV to


Tel: +44 0117 906 4321
Bone Soup Productions
59 Cotham Hill
(Bone Soup do not accept unsolicited ideas or proposals)