Everything you could possibly want to know about Cornish pasties
When you've been on the air for 20 seasons, there will be memories of the odd occasion when things were not quite right.
Michael Enright found himself in a spot of bother some years ago over one of the finer points of English cuisine — which is not, it turns out, an oxymoron.
In 2012, during The Sunday Edition's quiz show to usher in the new year, he betrayed his ignorance of Cornish pasties — what they are, what's inside them, and how to pronounce "pasty."
Legions of indignant ex-patriate Brits sent letters, incredulous that Michael had never eaten one. They also corrected his pronunciation: pasty rhymes with "nasty," not "tasty."
To set things straight, we turned to Dr. Andrew Pocock, the British High Commissioner to Canada at the time. It was a delicious and memorable conversation, that first aired in January, 2012.
Click 'listen' above to hear the interview.