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Food Tripper's Helen Hokin Wins Best TV Broadcast Feature 2012

Food Tripper's Helen Hokin Wins Best TV Broadcast Feature 2012
Filming at Calabash Beach Bar with chefs Dexter and Dandy
 5th November, World Travel Market: Last night at The Caribbean Tourism Organisation's Journalism Awards Ceremony, Helen Hokin was named winner of the 'Best TV Broadcast Feature 2012' for her TV show 'Food Tripper Grenada'.
 
The 60-minute show, written, presented and produced by Helen, traces Grenada's incredible food history from the 1800s to the present day.? The show aired on Travel Channel International this year and is one of a seven-part series of Food Tripper shows including Estonia, London, The Black Forest, Cyprus, Taiwan and Miami.
 
Helen has more Food Tripper shows in production.
 
Highlights from Food Tripper shows are viewable at http://youtu.be/MQunpWJb7Ok  ?
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