Dr Jane MacDougall is Consultant Gynaecologist/Obstetrician and Clinical Director for Women's Services at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.
Maryanne Madden is a home economist and author of several halogen cookbooks which she self-publishes and sells on www.bookshoparoundthecorner.co.uk
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Manju Malhi was raised in North West London where she grew up surrounded by Indian culture and was taught to cook by her mother. In her cooking, she draws upon her past and combines it with the realities of urban Western life and has come up with her own unique Brit-Indi style of food. She won the BBC's Food and Drink competition in 1999 and cooked with Antony Worrall Thompson on BBC2. Manju's Simply Indian series was aired on the Taste Network in 2001 and she has also appeared on several other programmes including ITV's Saturday Cooks and This Morning, Sky 1's Taste, Market Kitchen and BBC1's Saturday Kitchen.
Jean-François Mallet trained at the prestigious Ferrandi culinary school in Paris, before deciding to follow his passion for photography. He now specialises in food photography.
Jo McAuley is a food stylist and cookery writer living in Lemmoye, France. She has worked on a number of magazines and has written several cookery books including Indoor Grilling, Citrus, Panini and Olive & Oil, all published by Hamlyn.
Norma McGough is a state registered dietician who was the nutritionist for Diabetes UK for a number of years before moving into freelance work. Location: Aylesbury, Bucks.
Andrea McHugh is a freelance pet author and cat lover. She has written and contributed to several books including Dancing with Dogs and How to have a Happy Cat.
Zoë Mellor is one of the UK's best known children's knitwear designers. She has worked for Kaffe Fassett and regularly designs for Rowan - one of the leading yarn manufacturers.
Kate Morris and Sally Brown are co-devisors with Endemol of the 'i can cook'series. Kate Morris is a former journalist and qualified home economist. Kate andSally now work as food consultants and run The Purple Kitchen, a kids' cookeryschool where they have discovered firsthand how best to teach children aboutfood and cooking. Martyn Cox is a gardening writer and journalist, whose previous books include RHS Wildlife Garden.
Desmond Morris is an internationally renowned zoologist, prolific writer and broadcaster. His pioneering and influential work in the study of human and animal behaviour, together with his gift for communicating ideas and information, have made him the man most responsible for popularizing these subjects. He is the author of many bestselling books on human andanimal behaviour, including The Naked Ape, Manwatching and Babywatching. Baby has appeared in 29 languages worldwide.
Ian Morrison is a sports statistics fanatic, compiling records since 1956 and writing or co-writing over 80 sports titles ranging from snooker to American football. Ian is the author of The Hamlyn Encyclopedia of Soccer.Location: Mallorca, Spain.
Jenni Muir is a freelance food journalist, critic and consultant working with some of the UK's most esteemed cultural venues. The former editor of Time Out London Eating & Drinking Guide, her work has appeared in a wide range of publications including the Sunday Times, The Independent, Country Living, Marie Claire and BBC Good Food. Jenni has edited books for many esteemed chefs and food writers and her own book A Cook's Guide to Grains was nominated for the Glenfiddich, André Simon and World Gourmand Cookbook Awards. Her luxury travel guide The Guest List featured on Richard & Judy's Book Club as one of their top Christmas gift choices. She is based in London and Bath but returns frequently to her native Australia.