Berühmte AGA Besitzer
HRH Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall
Kate Winslet, actress
Sharon Stone, actress
Sting and Trudy Styler, musician and film director
Claudia Schiffer, model
Jade Jagger, designer
Colin Firth, actor
Elizabeth Hurley, model
Shania Twain, singer/songwriter
Jeremy Clarkson, broadcaster and writer
Rio Ferdinand, footballer
Cristiano Ronaldo, footballer
David Cameron, Conservative Party leader - England
Chris Evans, broadcaster
Jonathan Ross, broadcaster
Elle Macpherson, model
Robert Carlyle, actor
Jilly Cooper, novelist
Robbie Coltrane, actor
Rachel Allen, food writer and broadcaster
Billy Joel, musician
Chris Beardshaw, writer and gardener
Julia McKenzie, actress
Mary Berry, food writer
Alan Titchmarsh, writer and broadcaster
Raffaella Barker, novelist
Thomasina Miers, food writer
Kate Muir, novelist and columnist
Julie Walters, actress
Sophie Davant, TV presenter
Einige namenhafte Besitzer berichten mit ihren eigenen Worten warum sie glauben der Aga ist etwas ganz besonderes.
An Aga is the heart of the home - it makes life so much easier and warrmer.
Jasmine Guinness model
The kitchen is my favourite retreat. It's got a fireplace where I've put the Aga. It's transformed my attitude to cooking.
Martin Clunes actor
The kitchen was the centre of my family's life when we were growing up. And at the centre of the kitchen was the Aga.
Mary McCartney photographer
All those clichés are true - it really is the heart of the home.
Sophie Conran food writer
My perfect weekend would be spending it at our farmhouse having a big breakfast, reading the papers and listening to the Archers omnibus edition. Then going for a long walk and coming back to eat something that's been cooking slowly in the Aga.
Janet Street-Porter writer/presenter
We had an Aga when I was growing up. My mother won't cook on anything else. She simply refuses.
Tom Parker-Bowles writer and broadcaster
The Aga is an iconic part of British life. I've cooked on an Aga, since the day I was born, or at least my mother did. I'm very enthusiastic about it... This is Britain - you've got to use an Aga.
Rick Stein chef
My cat Nigel loves sitting in front of the Aga, so I need to find him somewhere else to sit so I can keep it clear when I'm cooking.
Antony Worrall Thompson chef
I think the Aga makes people better cooks; they're generally technically better cooks because they understand cooking.
Jamie Oliver food writer
I use my Aga every day. It's nice, warm and the heart of the home. I love it to bits.
Alex James musician
I've had an Aga all my life. I could talk for hours about Agas I have known.
Emma Bridgewater designer
There's something about an Aga that makes it like a best friend always there, never complaining.
Susan Hampshire actress
And I've got my Aga, so I love it.
Alastair Mackenzie actor
I was brought up around the Aga. It has always symbolised for me such wonderful things: good food, warmth and protection I guess. I have this abiding memory of a terrible storm in '86 or '87 and the power being down all around us. But we were all huddled around the Aga feeling safe and protected.
Jodie Kidd model
My first home had an Aga. It was a modern home, but I love the Aga - everyone does. There are strong emotions about it. It warms the house and warms the room like a great big friend.
Raymond Blanc chef and food writer
When we're in the country, I'll put things in the Aga in the morning and take them out in the evening - a low, slow organic roasting thing.
Viscount David Linley designer