In which the current and historical natures of Hareng Saur are considered alongside the proto-surreal works it inspired (Cros, Huysmans, Ensor)
Cross-cultural creation or adaptation of some genuine Indian recipe to the fish available to returning ex-pats? A dish from Harvey Day.
A jig from 1750, The Herring Buss, is found and played for you by the excellent English concertina player Rob Harbron
On the herring lasses and the work they did, following the fishing around the coast of Britain, but particularly from Shetland to Great Yarmouth
Various recipes explored for this classic Russian dish, together with a photograph of one I made earlier
On the traditional song, collected across the British Isles, celebrating the ways the herring underpins everything of social importance