Channel 4: March 15th: 2100: "Heston's Mission Impossible"

#6
it was filmed on Turbs..and Heston did little or actually NO cooking whilst on Turbs...
he brought his scran down from home and served it onboard...
 
#11
Hopefully if nothing else it will give Joe public some idea of how little money the chefs and logs guys have to work with
I think someone in the documentary about Manchester's Windies deployment said the victualling allowance was currently £2.34 per head per day but I could have misheard. The larger the ship's company, the smaller the amount.
 
#12
N_G, you are either right, or damn close to it. I saw that too in the windies programme. Quite amazing realy. I heard Prisons have more to spend than that but I aint seen an article on it anywhere so might be hearsay
 
#18
It looks like Army-style Rat Packs or US MREs (Meals-Ready-to-Eat... although other words are frequently used!) could be on the menu in future. I'm not sure how this would go down (geddit?) but look forward to watching the programme.
 

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#20
I think someone in the documentary about Manchester's Windies deployment said the victualling allowance was currently £2.34 per head per day but I could have misheard. The larger the ship's company, the smaller the amount.
That's pretty close AFAIK. Hospital patients have £2.80 per head per day, prisoners get on average £4.50 per head per day. I won't say what I think as it will probably end up in a warning or a ban :(
 

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