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Q&A with James Marvin, winner of BBC's Michel Roux's Service programme, three years on

Published:  26 March, 2014

The BBC programme Michel Roux's Service focused on recruiting young people to consider the hospitality industry and in particular front-of-house as a career. It first screened in 2011, and has just been repeated on BBC Two. 

The series, hosted by Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux, trained the young recruits alongside some of the top names in the trade, including Master Sommelier Ronan Sayburn and Galvin at Windows restaurant manager Fred Sirieix. There was one winner, but three of the recruits in total were offered a scholarship at the end of the programme, including one for sommellerie, provided by the Academy of Food and Wine Service.

Harpers.co.uk catches up with winner James Marvin three years on to find out where his career has taken him.

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