Dick Strawbridge son chef: James Strawbridge may be a celebrity chef and a number one authority on sustainable living. he’s well-known as a part of the Hungry Sailors duo (along together with his father, Dick), and for appearing in BBC2’s it isn’t Easy Being Green, which had three series. He also co-presented UKTV History’s The Reinventors, also together with his father.
He qualified from York University with a primary class honours in modern history. From a really early age James has cared about the earth , but a niche year in Nepal, conducting environmental projects with the locals, made him even more convinced that sustainable living had to be the longer term .
In 2007, he also worked on filming the charity education programme WasteBusters, which aimed to encourage children to think more about the environmental issues surrounding waste. His latest show is ITV1’s The Hungry Sailors, which sees him and his father sampling food round the coasts of the united kingdom .
Along with other members of his family, including his father Dick and his mother Brigit, James runs the Newhouse Farm commune, the web site of which is home to all or any three of BBC television’s ‘It’s tough Being Green’ series. If you’ve got a glance round the website you will find details of the family’s eco projects, like their solar panels, wind turbines, ram pump, compost loo, dome and permaculture plot, many of which were covered on the BBC2 series.