Since the first dream dinner party back in 2016, hosted by Ed Balls, Tuning Fork has gone on to win a BBC Radio award and received some great reviews.
The Spectator said the notion of a dream dinner party had been “triumphantly revamped for the digital age”
The Daily Telegraph's Gillian Reynolds hailed the series as “a delicious confection”.
Woman's Hour presenter Jane Garvey said the programmes were “a complete delight...you gasp in admiration. It's genuinely a work of art.”
Steve Wright said live on Radio 2 that “this is an amazing show...genius. I love it”