Radu Anton Roman reinvented TV programs with gourmet specific; its programs were presented in original reports, full of authenticity, venued in the geographical areas specific for the recipes presented.
His wide activity includes collaborations with Jacques Yves Cousteau, the famous marine biologist, for achieving the documentaries about Danube.
The novel "Days of Fishing" was very well received by public, this novel was awarded with "Evening Star" prize in 1985. The book was published in France under the title of "Les poisons sur le table" and it has been a great success.
His literary activity was marked by drama chronicles written with great passion and professionalism and cooperation with Romanian literary publications 'Romania literara ' and 'Luceafarul ' in 70-80's.
He was buried in Bucharest,in the cemetery of artists, Belu.
Ohaba, This country, 1972, poems
Highlands of apples trees, 1974
Romanian dishes, wines and customs,1998 In Delta Danube with Jacques-Yves Cousteau, 2001