A lot of our work involves working with journalists, writers, producers, and the media, answering their questions and helping them understand the tradition of the English breakfast. Over the last decade we have given more than three hundred interviews to newspapers, radio stations, magazines in too many countries to count, and we have appeared on television representing the tradition many times, acting as the PR team representing the tradition, and raising its profile in the media for more than a decade.We are responsible for the current resurgence of the tradition nationally, and for encouraging the tradition into a global trend, by raising the English breakfast up on the international stage.
Our Chairman was invited by the BBC to breakfast with the late Sir Terry Wogan and filmed for the last television series he made with the BBC called Terry's Great Food Trip, talking about the history of the English breakfast on camera. Learn more about this in our article on breakfast with Sir Terry.
We helpes the WSJ team with their English breakfast story, and our Chairman became the only man in history to have made an English breakfast so good the Wall Street Journal published a picture of it.
A BBC Radio interview with Guise Bule, the Chairman of the English Breakfast Society, and presenter Tim Wheeler discussing the history, heritage and future of the traditional full English breakfast.
We had a conversation with Sean on Irish national radio to discuss the tradition of the English breakfast, its historical ingredients, and why we are saying no to the hash brown.
We worked with Hat Trick Productions to appear as a guest publication on the popular prime time television program Have I Got News For You, with Charlie Brooker, Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
We talked to The Times about why we are saying no to the hash brown, and the history and tradition of the Engish breakfast for their 'Britain Says No To The Hash Brown' coverage.
Britains best selling daily newspaper the Daily Mail covered the hash brown story, we spoke to them about why hash browns don't belong in a traditional English breakfast.
We talked to the team over at The Indpendent about why the nation is turning their back on the hash brown in their English breakfasts and embracing bubble and squeak.
We talked to the team at the London Economic to explain why we thought that hash browns do not belong in a traditional full English breakfast, special thanks to journalist Jack Peat.
We explained to the team over at the Daily Mirror why we thought the hash brown is a lazy American replacement for traditional bubble and squeak in an English breakfast,
We talked to the team at The Sun about why black pudding and bubble and squeak were making a comeback in the traditional English breakfast.
We helped Country Life come up with ten solid reasons why the traditional English breakfast is one of the worlds great meals. Thank you to the Country Life team for flying the flag!
In this article, with a little help from the English Breakfast Society, the BBC makes the case that England makes the worlds greatest breakfast. Thank you to BBC Travel for flying the flag!
In this article The Telegraph covers the nine best places in the United Kingdom to eat a traditional full English breakfast, we helped them put their list together and contact the establishments owners.
In this article the Washington Post covers the joys of being a Bed and Breakfast inkeeper, featuring an English Breakfast Society member (Fellow) by the name of Mike Amery. Great work Mike!.
In this article for BBC Vietnam, we helped the BBC tell the story of the traditional full English breakfast to Vietnamese who had probably never heard of the tradition before.
In this article on the nine great rivalries, CNN Travel covers the (very well known) ferocious rivalry between the full English breakfast and the continental breakfast.
With a little help from us, the good people over at the Oxford Mail went to great lengths to ensure that their readers never made the mistake of sullying their English breakfast with hash browns.
Britains most widely read daily newspaper covered the Great Hash Brown Controversy of 2023, we talked to their team about the traditional fry up.
Feeding at the bottom of our list is food writer Felicity Cloake anoymously and indirectly calling us xenophobic for supporting British farmers after we declined to help her punt her new book.
In addition to the media coverage that we listed above, we have been featured in hundreds of foreign news outlets over the years, far too many to list here. We are a non-profit Society staffed by volunteers, if you like the work we do, appreciate our efforts and want to support our cause, please buy us a coffee using the button below. Here at the English Breakfast Society, we love our caffeine!
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