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Radio Four, Wednesday Morning

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Plans can always change, but those hungry for bear food who tune in to BBC Radio Four on Wednesday morning might find an amuse-bouche served up three times; at 0600, 0700 and yet again at 0800. There may well be an appetiser at 0630, and a filling main course at 0810. All the ingredients in the courses are sourced from the same farmer, who isn't someone who's normally associated with providing nourishment for bears. And the waiter will be the same for all the courses.

I think it'll appeal to those bears with a broad appetite for high-fibre food, rather than those who crave a diet of HPC raw meat, but there will be some proper HPC salmon plucked by a paw from an Alaskan river in there. I'm led to believe, anyway. ;)

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Oh that was a feast! Thank you for those bear food words! I'm off to lick some honey off a fish now..

You haven't had it yet. It's still Tuesday (just).

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