Sunday with Liz Kershaw: ‘I love to cook a proper dinner’

The radio DJ on early starts, toast with her kippers, lockdown loneliness and rolling pastry while listening to Round the Horne

Sunday starts… At 6am. I’ve done so many breakfast shows I can’t break my rhythm. I bought my Victorian bed in a junk shop when I first moved to London. It’s high off the ground, so I swing my legs up and plonk them on the floor: it’s good for your abs, apparently.

A morning routine? Approaching my 60th birthday I decided I was becoming a bit of a porker. I went on a permanent low-carb diet, but on Sundays I might treat myself to toast with my eggs or kippers. After Marr and the papers it’s crap telly: Say Yes to the Dress or Marrying a Millionaire sees me through to lunchtime.

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