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Mon 25 Jun

5:00am
Jamie's Great Britain
Yorkshire
Season 1 Episode 2/6

Jamie Oliver travels to Yorkshire and discovers how the Industrial Revolution changed Britain's favourite dishes. From Persian-inspired lamb shanks with British ale, to Jewish smoked trout, the chef meets people from all over the world to learn how immigrant workers have drawn on their own ethnic culinary traditions to reflect the changing tastes of Britain today
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.2
6:10am
Floyd on France
Brittany
Season 1 Episode 6/7

The chef travels to the coastal town of Concarneau in Brittany, France, where he cooks chicken roasted with cider and served with stuffed artichokes, plus a Breton apple flan
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.9
6:35am
Floyd on France
A Farewell to France
Season 1 Episode 7/7

Globetrotting chef Keith Floyd retraces his tour of France, taking another look at some of the ingredients he found in each region, including Provence, Perigord, Burgundy and Alsace
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.9
7:00am
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 7 Episode 20/21

The four finalists have two hours to cook a stunning plate of food for Marcus Wareing, Monica Galetti and Gregg Wallace, who then send one of them home. The remaining three then travel to Errenteria in northern Spain to spend two days at the world-renowned Mugaritz restaurant to work with chef Andoni Luis Aduriz and his team, before running a service at which they must cook his nine-course tasting menu for specially invited guests and the three judges
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
8:00am
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
1960s
Season 2 Episode 18/20

Si King and Dave Myers reflect on the 1960s, a decade of music, fashion and food trends that are still around today. They prepare steak Diane and profiteroles, meet a restaurateur who made eating out trendy and look back on a time when the motorway cafe was the height of sophisticated dining for some
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
9:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Homecooked Treat Night
Season 1 Episode 11/15

The chef demonstrates how to transform simple, even mundane recipes, into special treats - including cinnamon rolls, roast lamb with home-made mint jelly and vanilla-cured salmon. Plus, food historian Gerard Baker charts the history of the trifle, before a trip to an award-winning Dorset flour mill
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
10:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Breakfast
Season 14 Episode 5/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall sets out to prove that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. He visits a school to demonstrate how to make pancakes and scones, and heads to Bristol's main train station to show commuters how to start the day in style. A canteen event also showcases a reinvention of the full English breakfast, featuring mushroom soup with brown sauce and bacon rind, and builder's tea granita
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
11:00am
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 1/6

The chef embarks on a culinary journey by sea and land to explore the Far East's most diverse food cultures. He begins in Cambodia, where tourists are beginning to return after the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime. As well as discovering the joys of freshly caught swimmer crabs with green peppercorns, he learns how to cook the country's most famous dish - fish amok - and samples lok lak, made with marinated beef. He also visits the Angkor Wat temple and joins a rice barge to travel down the Mekong River
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
12:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Foraging
Season 1 Episode 11/40

Si King and Dave Myers forage for food, exploring Britain's fields and hedgerows in search of free ingredients that will form the basis of spectacular dishes
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
1:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
The Final
Season 2012 Episode 10/14

After weeks of pastries, cakes and sponges, collapsing gingerbread houses and dodgy doughnuts, there are only three remaining bakers. But only one can be crowned the winner, and to prove they have what it takes the finalists face their most demanding challenges yet. Over two days, they must create a perfect pithivier, or puff-pastry pie, before making fondant fancies and their last showstopper - the notoriously difficult chiffon sponge. Only then will judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry decide who deserves the 2012 title. Presented by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
2:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Homecooked Treat Night
Season 1 Episode 11/15

The chef demonstrates how to transform simple, even mundane recipes, into special treats - including cinnamon rolls, roast lamb with home-made mint jelly and vanilla-cured salmon. Plus, food historian Gerard Baker charts the history of the trifle, before a trip to an award-winning Dorset flour mill
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Breakfast
Season 14 Episode 5/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall sets out to prove that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. He visits a school to demonstrate how to make pancakes and scones, and heads to Bristol's main train station to show commuters how to start the day in style. A canteen event also showcases a reinvention of the full English breakfast, featuring mushroom soup with brown sauce and bacon rind, and builder's tea granita
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
4:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 1/6

The chef embarks on a culinary journey by sea and land to explore the Far East's most diverse food cultures. He begins in Cambodia, where tourists are beginning to return after the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime. As well as discovering the joys of freshly caught swimmer crabs with green peppercorns, he learns how to cook the country's most famous dish - fish amok - and samples lok lak, made with marinated beef. He also visits the Angkor Wat temple and joins a rice barge to travel down the Mekong River
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
5:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Foraging
Season 1 Episode 11/40

Si King and Dave Myers forage for food, exploring Britain's fields and hedgerows in search of free ingredients that will form the basis of spectacular dishes
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
6:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
1960s
Season 2 Episode 18/20

Si King and Dave Myers reflect on the 1960s, a decade of music, fashion and food trends that are still around today. They prepare steak Diane and profiteroles, meet a restaurateur who made eating out trendy and look back on a time when the motorway cafe was the height of sophisticated dining for some
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
7:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Homecooked Treat Night
Season 1 Episode 11/15

The chef demonstrates how to transform simple, even mundane recipes, into special treats - including cinnamon rolls, roast lamb with home-made mint jelly and vanilla-cured salmon. Plus, food historian Gerard Baker charts the history of the trifle, before a trip to an award-winning Dorset flour mill
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
8:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Breakfast
Season 14 Episode 5/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall sets out to prove that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. He visits a school to demonstrate how to make pancakes and scones, and heads to Bristol's main train station to show commuters how to start the day in style. A canteen event also showcases a reinvention of the full English breakfast, featuring mushroom soup with brown sauce and bacon rind, and builder's tea granita
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
9:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 1/6

The chef embarks on a culinary journey by sea and land to explore the Far East's most diverse food cultures. He begins in Cambodia, where tourists are beginning to return after the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime. As well as discovering the joys of freshly caught swimmer crabs with green peppercorns, he learns how to cook the country's most famous dish - fish amok - and samples lok lak, made with marinated beef. He also visits the Angkor Wat temple and joins a rice barge to travel down the Mekong River
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
10:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
The Final
Season 2012 Episode 10/14

After weeks of pastries, cakes and sponges, collapsing gingerbread houses and dodgy doughnuts, there are only three remaining bakers. But only one can be crowned the winner, and to prove they have what it takes the finalists face their most demanding challenges yet. Over two days, they must create a perfect pithivier, or puff-pastry pie, before making fondant fancies and their last showstopper - the notoriously difficult chiffon sponge. Only then will judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry decide who deserves the 2012 title. Presented by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
11:00pm
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 7 Episode 20/21

The four finalists have two hours to cook a stunning plate of food for Marcus Wareing, Monica Galetti and Gregg Wallace, who then send one of them home. The remaining three then travel to Errenteria in northern Spain to spend two days at the world-renowned Mugaritz restaurant to work with chef Andoni Luis Aduriz and his team, before running a service at which they must cook his nine-course tasting menu for specially invited guests and the three judges
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
12:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Homecooked Treat Night
Season 1 Episode 11/15

The chef demonstrates how to transform simple, even mundane recipes, into special treats - including cinnamon rolls, roast lamb with home-made mint jelly and vanilla-cured salmon. Plus, food historian Gerard Baker charts the history of the trifle, before a trip to an award-winning Dorset flour mill
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
1:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Breakfast
Season 14 Episode 5/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall sets out to prove that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. He visits a school to demonstrate how to make pancakes and scones, and heads to Bristol's main train station to show commuters how to start the day in style. A canteen event also showcases a reinvention of the full English breakfast, featuring mushroom soup with brown sauce and bacon rind, and builder's tea granita
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
2:00am
Home Shopping
A chance to purchase goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 4.1
5:00am
The Great British Bake Off
The Final
Season 2012 Episode 10/14

After weeks of pastries, cakes and sponges, collapsing gingerbread houses and dodgy doughnuts, there are only three remaining bakers. But only one can be crowned the winner, and to prove they have what it takes the finalists face their most demanding challenges yet. Over two days, they must create a perfect pithivier, or puff-pastry pie, before making fondant fancies and their last showstopper - the notoriously difficult chiffon sponge. Only then will judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry decide who deserves the 2012 title. Presented by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6

Tue 26 Jun

6:10am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
Northumbria
Season 1 Episode 1/9

The chef samples the food of Northumberland, and cooks a pork, vegetable, wine and herb stew after being inspired by the sight of Hadrian's Wall. Plus, he takes a trip on a trawler boat and prepares a panache of fish
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
6:35am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
Northern Ireland
Season 1 Episode 2/9

Keith Floyd samples the traditional fare of Ulster, cooking beef in Guinness stout with oysters, and paying a visit to the Old Bushmills Distillery. He also takes part in the Taste of Ulster culinary contest, where he faces stiff competition in the form of Northern Ireland's best chefs, and learns the art of making potato bread at the Ulster Folk Museum
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
7:00am
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 7 Episode 21/21

After seven weeks of competition, only three chefs remain and their last challenge is to prepare a three-course menu for Marcus Wareing, Monica Galetti and Gregg Wallace. They have just 180 minutes to draw on everything they have learnt during the contest and over the course of their careers to create a starter, a main and a dessert that show off their culinary ability. The judges then assess their efforts before deciding who will be crowned champion, succeeding last year's winner Steven Edwards
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
8:00am
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Sheep
Season 2 Episode 17/20

Si King and Dave Myers focus on British sheep, which have provided the nation with milk, meat and wool for thousands of years. They rustle up a hogget and barley stew, lamb chops with kidneys, and North African dish mechoui lamb, and explore the history of the hardy breed found on North Ronaldsay in the Orkney Islands
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
9:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Prep Now, Eat Later
Season 1 Episode 12/15

The chef demonstrates recipes that can be prepared in advance, including slow-cooked chicken chasseur and pork loin stuffed with chestnuts and sage. He also visits Thomas Maieli, who gave up his career cooking for the rich and famous in Los Angeles to concentrate on his passion of creating home-made duck confit
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
10:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Lunch
Season 14 Episode 6/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall rejuvenates the working-week lunch, creating an extravagant cheese sandwich with the help of his chefs Gill and Tim, and encouraging staff at a Bristol office to embrace the best in DIY lunchboxes. He also whips up hummus, a home-made pasty and healthy instant noodle snacks, before turning his attention to the perfect Saturday picnic
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
11:00am
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 2/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling down the Mekong River to Vietnam, where the local diet features an abundance of herbs, freshwater fish and flavoursome soups. As well as following in the footsteps of his hero Graham Greene in Saigon, he is reunited with a former employee in Hanoi to try out the capital city's street food, and samples the produce on offer at the night-time stalls in Bangkok, Thailand
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
12:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Puddings
Season 1 Episode 12/40

Si King and Dave Myers create classic puddings and explore the history and traditions behind Britain's favourite desserts. They also take part in the world black-pudding throwing competition in Lancashire
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
1:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
Cake
Season 2013 Episode 1/15

Thirteen contestants battle it out to be named 2013's best amateur baker, facing tasks devised by judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood. They must first make a sandwich cake, before having to follow Mary's basic recipe for angel food cake in the opening technical challenge. The showstopper round involves producing a chocolate-based cake and is the final chance to avoid being the first to leave the tent. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
2:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Prep Now, Eat Later
Season 1 Episode 12/15

The chef demonstrates recipes that can be prepared in advance, including slow-cooked chicken chasseur and pork loin stuffed with chestnuts and sage. He also visits Thomas Maieli, who gave up his career cooking for the rich and famous in Los Angeles to concentrate on his passion of creating home-made duck confit
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Lunch
Season 14 Episode 6/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall rejuvenates the working-week lunch, creating an extravagant cheese sandwich with the help of his chefs Gill and Tim, and encouraging staff at a Bristol office to embrace the best in DIY lunchboxes. He also whips up hummus, a home-made pasty and healthy instant noodle snacks, before turning his attention to the perfect Saturday picnic
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
4:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 2/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling down the Mekong River to Vietnam, where the local diet features an abundance of herbs, freshwater fish and flavoursome soups. As well as following in the footsteps of his hero Graham Greene in Saigon, he is reunited with a former employee in Hanoi to try out the capital city's street food, and samples the produce on offer at the night-time stalls in Bangkok, Thailand
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
5:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Puddings
Season 1 Episode 12/40

Si King and Dave Myers create classic puddings and explore the history and traditions behind Britain's favourite desserts. They also take part in the world black-pudding throwing competition in Lancashire
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
6:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Sheep
Season 2 Episode 17/20

Si King and Dave Myers focus on British sheep, which have provided the nation with milk, meat and wool for thousands of years. They rustle up a hogget and barley stew, lamb chops with kidneys, and North African dish mechoui lamb, and explore the history of the hardy breed found on North Ronaldsay in the Orkney Islands
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
7:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Prep Now, Eat Later
Season 1 Episode 12/15

The chef demonstrates recipes that can be prepared in advance, including slow-cooked chicken chasseur and pork loin stuffed with chestnuts and sage. He also visits Thomas Maieli, who gave up his career cooking for the rich and famous in Los Angeles to concentrate on his passion of creating home-made duck confit
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
8:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Lunch
Season 14 Episode 6/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall rejuvenates the working-week lunch, creating an extravagant cheese sandwich with the help of his chefs Gill and Tim, and encouraging staff at a Bristol office to embrace the best in DIY lunchboxes. He also whips up hummus, a home-made pasty and healthy instant noodle snacks, before turning his attention to the perfect Saturday picnic
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
9:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 2/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling down the Mekong River to Vietnam, where the local diet features an abundance of herbs, freshwater fish and flavoursome soups. As well as following in the footsteps of his hero Graham Greene in Saigon, he is reunited with a former employee in Hanoi to try out the capital city's street food, and samples the produce on offer at the night-time stalls in Bangkok, Thailand
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
10:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
Cake
Season 2013 Episode 1/15

Thirteen contestants battle it out to be named 2013's best amateur baker, facing tasks devised by judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood. They must first make a sandwich cake, before having to follow Mary's basic recipe for angel food cake in the opening technical challenge. The showstopper round involves producing a chocolate-based cake and is the final chance to avoid being the first to leave the tent. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
11:00pm
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 7 Episode 21/21

After seven weeks of competition, only three chefs remain and their last challenge is to prepare a three-course menu for Marcus Wareing, Monica Galetti and Gregg Wallace. They have just 180 minutes to draw on everything they have learnt during the contest and over the course of their careers to create a starter, a main and a dessert that show off their culinary ability. The judges then assess their efforts before deciding who will be crowned champion, succeeding last year's winner Steven Edwards
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
12:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Prep Now, Eat Later
Season 1 Episode 12/15

The chef demonstrates recipes that can be prepared in advance, including slow-cooked chicken chasseur and pork loin stuffed with chestnuts and sage. He also visits Thomas Maieli, who gave up his career cooking for the rich and famous in Los Angeles to concentrate on his passion of creating home-made duck confit
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
1:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Lunch
Season 14 Episode 6/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall rejuvenates the working-week lunch, creating an extravagant cheese sandwich with the help of his chefs Gill and Tim, and encouraging staff at a Bristol office to embrace the best in DIY lunchboxes. He also whips up hummus, a home-made pasty and healthy instant noodle snacks, before turning his attention to the perfect Saturday picnic
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
2:00am
Home Shopping
A chance to purchase goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 4.1
5:00am
The Great British Bake Off
Cake
Season 2013 Episode 1/15

Thirteen contestants battle it out to be named 2013's best amateur baker, facing tasks devised by judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood. They must first make a sandwich cake, before having to follow Mary's basic recipe for angel food cake in the opening technical challenge. The showstopper round involves producing a chocolate-based cake and is the final chance to avoid being the first to leave the tent. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6

Wed 27 Jun

6:10am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
Scotland
Season 1 Episode 3/9

Chef Keith Floyd visits Argyll, where he prepares venison loin in blackcurrant liqueur and is shown how to pickle herrings, before leg of mutton with caper sauce is on the menu for the local laird. Later, Keith tries to catch a salmon for the man reputed to have been the inspiration behind Ian Fleming's James Bond character
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
6:35am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
The Mumbles Coast
Season 1 Episode 4/9

The chef goes beachcombing on the Mumbles Coast where he makes a cockle and mussel chowder, and discovers the delights of laverbread. In Kidwelly, he cooks a traditional Welsh stew for a rugby team before heading to Llandybie to make Glamorgan sausages
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
7:00am
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 8 Episode 1/21

Six aspiring chefs compete in the cookery contest, beginning with a test of their basic skills. The first contestants must make the French dessert, a Floating Island, while the remaining three have to cook a blue steak with a green peppercorn sauce in 15 minutes. Finally, the six chefs cook their own signature dish for judges Monica Galetti, Gregg Wallace and Marcus Wareing. It is their last chance to show off their culinary talent before three of them are sent home, and three become quarter finalists
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
8:00am
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
1970s
Season 2 Episode 9/20

Si King and Dave Myers revisit the 1970s, a decade which is all too often unfairly stigmatised for its food. They show how a well-prepared chicken cordon bleu and banoffee pie can be a contemporary gastronomic delight, before heading to a restaurant whose menu harks back to that era
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
9:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Store Cupboard Staples
Season 1 Episode 13/15

The chef shares simple home-cooked recipes made with a few store-cupboard staples. He uses dried pasta to rustle up macaroni cheese, and tinned tomatoes to produce a soup, before creating a white chocolate and whisky croissant pudding. Historian Gerard Baker delves into the origins of kitchen spices, and artisan food producer Nick Greef explains how he has turned a South African recipe for the cured meat biltong into an award-winning business
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
10:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Bread
Season 14 Episode 7/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall champions the baking of bread, with recipes ranging from simple white loaves to tangy sourdoughs. He also shows how to turn leftovers into a three-course breadcrumb dinner and prepares his favourite summer sandwich. Pam Corbin reveals the secrets of making jam, and Steve Lamb demonstrates how to build a pizza oven for a garden
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
11:00am
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 3/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling to Thailand where he meets one of his heroes, David Thompson, who has devoted himself to understanding Thai cuisine. He also takes a train to Phuket to learn the art of hot and sour tom yum goong, and visits Melaka to explore the Nyonya-style cooking
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
12:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Island Life
Season 1 Episode 13/40

Si King and Dave Myers celebrate Britain's love of seafood and the plentiful and diverse supply of produce obtained from local waters. They also explore the history of Billingsgate Market in east London, the country's largest inland fish market
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
1:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
Bread
Season 2013 Episode 2/15

The 12 remaining contenders face three tasks designed to test their bread-making skills, beginning by making 36 perfectly thin and crispy bread sticks. For the technical challenge they have to prepare a batch of English muffins, before ending with show-stopping loaves - from a Christmas wreath to a proud peacock. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present, with Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry judging the contenders' efforts
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
2:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Store Cupboard Staples
Season 1 Episode 13/15

The chef shares simple home-cooked recipes made with a few store-cupboard staples. He uses dried pasta to rustle up macaroni cheese, and tinned tomatoes to produce a soup, before creating a white chocolate and whisky croissant pudding. Historian Gerard Baker delves into the origins of kitchen spices, and artisan food producer Nick Greef explains how he has turned a South African recipe for the cured meat biltong into an award-winning business
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Bread
Season 14 Episode 7/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall champions the baking of bread, with recipes ranging from simple white loaves to tangy sourdoughs. He also shows how to turn leftovers into a three-course breadcrumb dinner and prepares his favourite summer sandwich. Pam Corbin reveals the secrets of making jam, and Steve Lamb demonstrates how to build a pizza oven for a garden
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
4:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 3/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling to Thailand where he meets one of his heroes, David Thompson, who has devoted himself to understanding Thai cuisine. He also takes a train to Phuket to learn the art of hot and sour tom yum goong, and visits Melaka to explore the Nyonya-style cooking
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
5:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Island Life
Season 1 Episode 13/40

Si King and Dave Myers celebrate Britain's love of seafood and the plentiful and diverse supply of produce obtained from local waters. They also explore the history of Billingsgate Market in east London, the country's largest inland fish market
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
6:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
1970s
Season 2 Episode 9/20

Si King and Dave Myers revisit the 1970s, a decade which is all too often unfairly stigmatised for its food. They show how a well-prepared chicken cordon bleu and banoffee pie can be a contemporary gastronomic delight, before heading to a restaurant whose menu harks back to that era
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
7:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Store Cupboard Staples
Season 1 Episode 13/15

The chef shares simple home-cooked recipes made with a few store-cupboard staples. He uses dried pasta to rustle up macaroni cheese, and tinned tomatoes to produce a soup, before creating a white chocolate and whisky croissant pudding. Historian Gerard Baker delves into the origins of kitchen spices, and artisan food producer Nick Greef explains how he has turned a South African recipe for the cured meat biltong into an award-winning business
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
8:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Bread
Season 14 Episode 7/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall champions the baking of bread, with recipes ranging from simple white loaves to tangy sourdoughs. He also shows how to turn leftovers into a three-course breadcrumb dinner and prepares his favourite summer sandwich. Pam Corbin reveals the secrets of making jam, and Steve Lamb demonstrates how to build a pizza oven for a garden
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
9:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 3/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling to Thailand where he meets one of his heroes, David Thompson, who has devoted himself to understanding Thai cuisine. He also takes a train to Phuket to learn the art of hot and sour tom yum goong, and visits Melaka to explore the Nyonya-style cooking
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
10:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
Bread
Season 2013 Episode 2/15

The 12 remaining contenders face three tasks designed to test their bread-making skills, beginning by making 36 perfectly thin and crispy bread sticks. For the technical challenge they have to prepare a batch of English muffins, before ending with show-stopping loaves - from a Christmas wreath to a proud peacock. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present, with Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry judging the contenders' efforts
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
11:00pm
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 8 Episode 1/21

Six aspiring chefs compete in the cookery contest, beginning with a test of their basic skills. The first contestants must make the French dessert, a Floating Island, while the remaining three have to cook a blue steak with a green peppercorn sauce in 15 minutes. Finally, the six chefs cook their own signature dish for judges Monica Galetti, Gregg Wallace and Marcus Wareing. It is their last chance to show off their culinary talent before three of them are sent home, and three become quarter finalists
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
12:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Store Cupboard Staples
Season 1 Episode 13/15

The chef shares simple home-cooked recipes made with a few store-cupboard staples. He uses dried pasta to rustle up macaroni cheese, and tinned tomatoes to produce a soup, before creating a white chocolate and whisky croissant pudding. Historian Gerard Baker delves into the origins of kitchen spices, and artisan food producer Nick Greef explains how he has turned a South African recipe for the cured meat biltong into an award-winning business
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
1:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Bread
Season 14 Episode 7/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall champions the baking of bread, with recipes ranging from simple white loaves to tangy sourdoughs. He also shows how to turn leftovers into a three-course breadcrumb dinner and prepares his favourite summer sandwich. Pam Corbin reveals the secrets of making jam, and Steve Lamb demonstrates how to build a pizza oven for a garden
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
2:00am
Home Shopping
A chance to purchase goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 4.1
5:00am
The Great British Bake Off
Bread
Season 2013 Episode 2/15

The 12 remaining contenders face three tasks designed to test their bread-making skills, beginning by making 36 perfectly thin and crispy bread sticks. For the technical challenge they have to prepare a batch of English muffins, before ending with show-stopping loaves - from a Christmas wreath to a proud peacock. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present, with Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry judging the contenders' efforts
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6

Thu 28 Jun

6:10am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
Rural Ireland
Season 1 Episode 5/9

Chef Keith Floyd visits the west coast of Ireland and samples a creamy soft farmhouse cheese. He makes a traditional Irish stew, as well as spiced beef with colcannon, and rounds off his stay with a trip to a pottery, where he rustles up hollandaise sauce and tries to throw a pot
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
6:35am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
Somerset
Season 1 Episode 6/9

The chef visits Somerset, where he samples a wide variety of local produce including fresh cod caught on the mud flats, and braised oxtail prepared by chef Gary Rhodes. He also examines the lunchtime offerings at his old school and prepares a dish of rabbit in gooseberry champagne in Frome

Rating: 7.5
7:00am
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 8 Episode 2/21

Six chefs compete in the second heat, with the skills tests challenging three of them to create an omelette Arnold Bennett, and the other three to produce two types of brandy snaps. All of the chefs then have the chance to impress with their signature dish, aiming to prove to Gregg Wallace, Marcus Wareing and Monica Galetti that they deserve a place in the quarter-finals
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
8:00am
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Dairy
Season 2 Episode 19/20

Si King and Dave Myers celebrate British dairy products, preparing a classic cheese and onion turnover, a trinity cream and a number of traditional milk puddings. They also look at the history of school milk and Cheddar cheese
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
9:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Pick Me Ups
Season 1 Episode 14/15

The chef shares his recipes for his favourite pick-me-ups, including a nourishing squash and lime soup, and a vitamin-packed poached haddock with egg. He is also joined by pig farmers Roy and Sarah Hunt, who give him a selection of their New Forest bacon so he can prepare a comforting snack. Plus, food historian Ivan Day recreates an alcoholic posset
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
10:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Treats
Season 14 Episode 8/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall turns his attention to treats, with recipes for Genoese sponge cake and lemon curd muffins, game pies, cheesy tarts and real ginger beer. As well as revamping afternoon tea for the Bridport Tea Dance, there is a visit to a pub that features a pudding league, and Hugh's son Oscar is inspired to create a vanilla and elderflower panna cotta
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
11:00am
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 4/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling to Penang, Malaysia, to sample its multifaceted cuisine, which includes Malay, Indian, Chinese and British flavours. He also meets food writer Fay Khoo to explore the popularity of the region's fish-head curry, before crossing the Indian Ocean to Sri Lanka, where he visits a bustling fishing village and takes part in an unusual expedition
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
12:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Pub Grub
Season 1 Episode 14/40

Dave Myers and Si King explore the history behind the boom in pub food, tracing it from the humble beginnings of bar snacks and chicken-in-a-basket to the birth of the gastro pub. The duo also recreate some mouthwatering dishes that would make any publican proud
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
1:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
Desserts
Season 2013 Episode 3/15

Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood assess the 11 remaining contestants' dessert-making skills, beginning with a signature trifle combining biscuit, cake, jelly or custard in distinct layers. The technical challenge involves creating floating islands of meringues on creme anglaise, and the contenders must prepare 24 petits fours for the showstopper. Plus, presenter Mel Giedroyc explores the origins of the trifle and discovers how it was transformed in the Georgian era from an elitist treat for the aristocracy to a dish that was accessible to the masses

Rating: 6.6
2:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Pick Me Ups
Season 1 Episode 14/15

The chef shares his recipes for his favourite pick-me-ups, including a nourishing squash and lime soup, and a vitamin-packed poached haddock with egg. He is also joined by pig farmers Roy and Sarah Hunt, who give him a selection of their New Forest bacon so he can prepare a comforting snack. Plus, food historian Ivan Day recreates an alcoholic posset
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Treats
Season 14 Episode 8/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall turns his attention to treats, with recipes for Genoese sponge cake and lemon curd muffins, game pies, cheesy tarts and real ginger beer. As well as revamping afternoon tea for the Bridport Tea Dance, there is a visit to a pub that features a pudding league, and Hugh's son Oscar is inspired to create a vanilla and elderflower panna cotta
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
4:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 4/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling to Penang, Malaysia, to sample its multifaceted cuisine, which includes Malay, Indian, Chinese and British flavours. He also meets food writer Fay Khoo to explore the popularity of the region's fish-head curry, before crossing the Indian Ocean to Sri Lanka, where he visits a bustling fishing village and takes part in an unusual expedition
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
5:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Pub Grub
Season 1 Episode 14/40

Dave Myers and Si King explore the history behind the boom in pub food, tracing it from the humble beginnings of bar snacks and chicken-in-a-basket to the birth of the gastro pub. The duo also recreate some mouthwatering dishes that would make any publican proud
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
6:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Dairy
Season 2 Episode 19/20

Si King and Dave Myers celebrate British dairy products, preparing a classic cheese and onion turnover, a trinity cream and a number of traditional milk puddings. They also look at the history of school milk and Cheddar cheese
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
7:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Pick Me Ups
Season 1 Episode 14/15

The chef shares his recipes for his favourite pick-me-ups, including a nourishing squash and lime soup, and a vitamin-packed poached haddock with egg. He is also joined by pig farmers Roy and Sarah Hunt, who give him a selection of their New Forest bacon so he can prepare a comforting snack. Plus, food historian Ivan Day recreates an alcoholic posset
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
8:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Treats
Season 14 Episode 8/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall turns his attention to treats, with recipes for Genoese sponge cake and lemon curd muffins, game pies, cheesy tarts and real ginger beer. As well as revamping afternoon tea for the Bridport Tea Dance, there is a visit to a pub that features a pudding league, and Hugh's son Oscar is inspired to create a vanilla and elderflower panna cotta
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
9:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 4/6

The chef continues his exploration of the Far East's most diverse food cultures, travelling to Penang, Malaysia, to sample its multifaceted cuisine, which includes Malay, Indian, Chinese and British flavours. He also meets food writer Fay Khoo to explore the popularity of the region's fish-head curry, before crossing the Indian Ocean to Sri Lanka, where he visits a bustling fishing village and takes part in an unusual expedition
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
10:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
Desserts
Season 2013 Episode 3/15

Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood assess the 11 remaining contestants' dessert-making skills, beginning with a signature trifle combining biscuit, cake, jelly or custard in distinct layers. The technical challenge involves creating floating islands of meringues on creme anglaise, and the contenders must prepare 24 petits fours for the showstopper. Plus, presenter Mel Giedroyc explores the origins of the trifle and discovers how it was transformed in the Georgian era from an elitist treat for the aristocracy to a dish that was accessible to the masses

Rating: 6.6
11:00pm
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 8 Episode 2/21

Six chefs compete in the second heat, with the skills tests challenging three of them to create an omelette Arnold Bennett, and the other three to produce two types of brandy snaps. All of the chefs then have the chance to impress with their signature dish, aiming to prove to Gregg Wallace, Marcus Wareing and Monica Galetti that they deserve a place in the quarter-finals
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
12:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Pick Me Ups
Season 1 Episode 14/15

The chef shares his recipes for his favourite pick-me-ups, including a nourishing squash and lime soup, and a vitamin-packed poached haddock with egg. He is also joined by pig farmers Roy and Sarah Hunt, who give him a selection of their New Forest bacon so he can prepare a comforting snack. Plus, food historian Ivan Day recreates an alcoholic posset
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
1:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage Every Day: Treats
Season 14 Episode 8/8

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall turns his attention to treats, with recipes for Genoese sponge cake and lemon curd muffins, game pies, cheesy tarts and real ginger beer. As well as revamping afternoon tea for the Bridport Tea Dance, there is a visit to a pub that features a pudding league, and Hugh's son Oscar is inspired to create a vanilla and elderflower panna cotta
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
2:00am
Home Shopping
A chance to purchase goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 4.1
5:00am
The Great British Bake Off
Desserts
Season 2013 Episode 3/15

Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood assess the 11 remaining contestants' dessert-making skills, beginning with a signature trifle combining biscuit, cake, jelly or custard in distinct layers. The technical challenge involves creating floating islands of meringues on creme anglaise, and the contenders must prepare 24 petits fours for the showstopper. Plus, presenter Mel Giedroyc explores the origins of the trifle and discovers how it was transformed in the Georgian era from an elitist treat for the aristocracy to a dish that was accessible to the masses

Rating: 6.6

Fri 29 Jun

6:10am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
West Midlands
Season 1 Episode 7/9

In the West Midlands the chef visits the Black Country, where he samples the local dish of faggots and mushy peas and prepares a dish made from beer, beetroot, beef and black pudding in a tiny narrowboat galley. He also learns how to make Groaty Dick, a savoury pudding made with groats and traditionally served on Bonfire Night
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
6:35am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
Norfolk
Season 1 Episode 8/9

Chef Keith Floyd visits Norfolk, where he continues his culinary journey by engaging in the county's fishing traditions - catching and cooking brown shrimp. Then it's off to RAF Mildenhall to sample some American cuisine, before he prepares a dish of duck and peas and learns how to make Norfolk dumplings
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
7:00am
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 8 Episode 3/21

Six chefs battle it out in the first quarter-final, in which the judges ask them to make dishes of their own invention from a selection of ingredients including poussin, squid, mango and dark chocolate. After a double elimination, the remaining contestants have to cook two courses for food critics Tracey MacLeod, Jay Rayner and William Sitwell, before finding out who is going through to the semi-finals
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
8:00am
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Francophile
Season 2 Episode 10/20

Si King and Dave Myers look across the Channel to see how the French have influenced British food over the centuries. They prepare a roast chicken with 40 cloves of garlic, and a delicate mille feuille, and examine UK products in traditionally French areas of gastronomy, from award-winning English wines to Scottish garlic
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
9:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Dressed to Impress
Season 1 Episode 15/15

The chef focuses on impressing dinner-party guests with home-cooked recipes that could pass as restaurant dishes. He serves up a show-stopping Crown of Lamb, a classic lemon tart and a wild mushroom risotto. Historian Ivan Day puts the spotlight on macedoine jelly, and Norwegian artisan producer Ole Hansen explains how his family's love of smoked salmon led him to start his London-based business
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
10:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage: Summer's Here
Season 13 Episode 1/11

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall celebrates the best food that summer has to offer, rustling up dishes using the finest available seasonal produce. In the first episode, he visits a local farm that produces welfare-friendly animals, exploring the reasons why members of the British public often feel uneasy about eating veal. He also visits Manchester to extol the success of land-linking website Landshare
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
11:00am
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The seafood chef continues to explore the Far East's most diverse food cultures with a visit to Sri Lanka, where he discovers a wealth of hot and spicy vegetable curries. He then ventures on to Bali and finds food has a religious significance on the island, before sampling what he believes is the best roast pork he has ever tasted
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
12:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Preserving
Season 1 Episode 15/40

Si King and Dave Myers explore how the seasonality of Britain's weather has forced people to devise ingenious ways of storing food through the winter months, revealing that tasty dishes have evolved from a need to preserve
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
1:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
Pies and Tarts
Season 2013 Episode 4/15

Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood assess how the remaining contestants cope with making pies and tarts. They begin with signature double-crusted fruit pies, make custard tarts in the technical challenge and finish by creating pies made with filo pastry for the showstopper. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
2:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Dressed to Impress
Season 1 Episode 15/15

The chef focuses on impressing dinner-party guests with home-cooked recipes that could pass as restaurant dishes. He serves up a show-stopping Crown of Lamb, a classic lemon tart and a wild mushroom risotto. Historian Ivan Day puts the spotlight on macedoine jelly, and Norwegian artisan producer Ole Hansen explains how his family's love of smoked salmon led him to start his London-based business
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage: Summer's Here
Season 13 Episode 1/11

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall celebrates the best food that summer has to offer, rustling up dishes using the finest available seasonal produce. In the first episode, he visits a local farm that produces welfare-friendly animals, exploring the reasons why members of the British public often feel uneasy about eating veal. He also visits Manchester to extol the success of land-linking website Landshare
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
4:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The seafood chef continues to explore the Far East's most diverse food cultures with a visit to Sri Lanka, where he discovers a wealth of hot and spicy vegetable curries. He then ventures on to Bali and finds food has a religious significance on the island, before sampling what he believes is the best roast pork he has ever tasted
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
5:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Preserving
Season 1 Episode 15/40

Si King and Dave Myers explore how the seasonality of Britain's weather has forced people to devise ingenious ways of storing food through the winter months, revealing that tasty dishes have evolved from a need to preserve
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
6:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Francophile
Season 2 Episode 10/20

Si King and Dave Myers look across the Channel to see how the French have influenced British food over the centuries. They prepare a roast chicken with 40 cloves of garlic, and a delicate mille feuille, and examine UK products in traditionally French areas of gastronomy, from award-winning English wines to Scottish garlic
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
7:00pm
James Martin: Home Comforts
Dressed to Impress
Season 1 Episode 15/15

The chef focuses on impressing dinner-party guests with home-cooked recipes that could pass as restaurant dishes. He serves up a show-stopping Crown of Lamb, a classic lemon tart and a wild mushroom risotto. Historian Ivan Day puts the spotlight on macedoine jelly, and Norwegian artisan producer Ole Hansen explains how his family's love of smoked salmon led him to start his London-based business
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
8:00pm
River Cottage
River Cottage: Summer's Here
Season 13 Episode 1/11

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall celebrates the best food that summer has to offer, rustling up dishes using the finest available seasonal produce. In the first episode, he visits a local farm that produces welfare-friendly animals, exploring the reasons why members of the British public often feel uneasy about eating veal. He also visits Manchester to extol the success of land-linking website Landshare
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
9:00pm
Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The seafood chef continues to explore the Far East's most diverse food cultures with a visit to Sri Lanka, where he discovers a wealth of hot and spicy vegetable curries. He then ventures on to Bali and finds food has a religious significance on the island, before sampling what he believes is the best roast pork he has ever tasted
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
10:00pm
The Great British Bake Off
Pies and Tarts
Season 2013 Episode 4/15

Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood assess how the remaining contestants cope with making pies and tarts. They begin with signature double-crusted fruit pies, make custard tarts in the technical challenge and finish by creating pies made with filo pastry for the showstopper. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
11:00pm
MasterChef: The Professionals
Season 8 Episode 3/21

Six chefs battle it out in the first quarter-final, in which the judges ask them to make dishes of their own invention from a selection of ingredients including poussin, squid, mango and dark chocolate. After a double elimination, the remaining contestants have to cook two courses for food critics Tracey MacLeod, Jay Rayner and William Sitwell, before finding out who is going through to the semi-finals
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
12:00am
James Martin: Home Comforts
Dressed to Impress
Season 1 Episode 15/15

The chef focuses on impressing dinner-party guests with home-cooked recipes that could pass as restaurant dishes. He serves up a show-stopping Crown of Lamb, a classic lemon tart and a wild mushroom risotto. Historian Ivan Day puts the spotlight on macedoine jelly, and Norwegian artisan producer Ole Hansen explains how his family's love of smoked salmon led him to start his London-based business
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
1:00am
River Cottage
River Cottage: Summer's Here
Season 13 Episode 1/11

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall celebrates the best food that summer has to offer, rustling up dishes using the finest available seasonal produce. In the first episode, he visits a local farm that produces welfare-friendly animals, exploring the reasons why members of the British public often feel uneasy about eating veal. He also visits Manchester to extol the success of land-linking website Landshare
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
2:00am
Home Shopping
A chance to purchase goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 4.1
5:00am
The Great British Bake Off
Pies and Tarts
Season 2013 Episode 4/15

Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood assess how the remaining contestants cope with making pies and tarts. They begin with signature double-crusted fruit pies, make custard tarts in the technical challenge and finish by creating pies made with filo pastry for the showstopper. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6

Sat 30 Jun

6:10am
Floyd on Britain and Ireland
Orkneys
Season 1 Episode 9/9

Keith finishes off his tour in the Orkney Islands, where he makes Orcadian fish soup and samples a local cheese. His final stop is the island of Stronsay for a Ceilidh celebration and a brew of Bridges Cog
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
6:35am
Floyd's American Pie
New Orleans
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Keith Floyd samples the culinary delights of New Orleans, including crawfish pie and gumbo
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.3
7:00am
James Martin Digs Deep
Season 1 Episode 1/10

Chef James Martin's fruit trees and strawberries bear enough fruit to make a pavlova
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6
7:30am
James Martin Digs Deep
Season 1 Episode 2/10

James Martin prepares salmon with sorrel and peas, and lemon verbena creme brulee before entertaining at a food fair in Christchurch, Dorset
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6
8:00am
Nigella Bites
TV Dinners
Season 2 Episode 1/11

Nigella Lawson rustles up a selection of TV dinners for those occasions when time is of the essence, including Thai yellow pumpkin and seafood curry, linguine with garlic oil and pancetta, and salt and pepper squid
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
8:30am
Nigella Bites
Comfort Food
Season 2 Episode 2/11

A selection of comfort food for those times of strife when only self-indulgence will do, including chicken soup, full-fat mashed potato, creamy lemon risotto and chocolate fudge cake
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
9:00am
Nigella Bites
All-Day Breakfast
Season 2 Episode 3/11

Welsh rarebit muffins, spicy kedgeree and American pancakes are among the treats featured as Nigella Lawson shares her all-day breakfast ideas
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
9:30am
Nigella Bites
Trashy
Season 2 Episode 4/11

Nigella Lawson turns her back on food snobs, preparing the type of recipes most chefs wouldn't be seen dead making, including ham baked in cola, an Elvis-style fried peanut butter and banana sandwich, and chocolate lime cheesecake
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
10:00am
Nigella Bites
Temple Food
Season 2 Episode 5/11

For anyone suffering after a heavy night of partying, Nigella Lawson has just the tonic, offering suggestions for dishes that cleanse the mind and body, including Vietnamese chicken with mint salad, gingery hot duck soup, papaya with raspberries and lime, and a prairie oyster - the ultimate hangover cure
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
10:30am
Nigella Bites
Childhood Memories
Season 2 Episode 6/11

Nigella Lawson lovingly recreates the flavours of her childhood, using recipes handed down to her from her mother and grandmother, including Italian sausages with lentils, bread and butter pudding and a revival of Liptauer cheese spread
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
11:00am
Nigella Bites
Slow Cook Weekend
Season 2 Episode 7/11

The food writer turns her hand to slow-cook recipes that take little preparation, ideal for anyone wanting to rustle up a weekend dinner party. Tempting treats on offer include 24-hour aromatic pork, warm shredded lamb salad with mint and sticky toffee pudding
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
11:30am
Nigella Bites
Suppertime
Season 2 Episode 8/11

Nigella Lawson offers ideas for amateur cooks wanting to impress their friends with professional-looking suppertime specialities that satisfy the tastebuds but don't require a degree in home economics to tackle. Recipes include lamb shanks with couscous, raw salmon with ginger and rice vinegar, and creme brulee
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
12:00pm
Nigella Bites
Rainy Days
Season 2 Episode 9/11

The gourmet goddess rolls back the rain clouds with her foul-weather recipes, conjuring up elaborate, time-consuming creations, including chocolate cloud cake, aubergine involtini and home-made pasta with meatballs
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
12:30pm
Nigella Bites
Party Girl
Season 2 Episode 10/11

The gourmet goddess conjures up dishes for the perfect party, including Union Cafe spiced nuts, halloumi with chilli and spatchcock birds for the barbecue, all guaranteed to get the feast off to a flying start and the guests in festive mood
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
1:00pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Tony Sartori
Season 1 Episode 1/6

The food writer shows people who lack confidence in the kitchen how to pull off an impressive meal for friends and family, demonstrating plenty of deceptively easy recipes and offering invaluable culinary tips. In the first episode, she helps 52-year-old builder Tony - who has never cooked a meal in his life - to master a delicious Mediterranean-inspired menu, including a grilled peach and burrata salad, crispy salmon with polenta chips and grilled asparagus, as well as a showstopping dessert
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
1:30pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Bryony Crutcher
Season 1 Episode 2/6

Bryony Crutcher, 26, admits to passing off shop-bought food as her own creations, but now she's been asked to host her best friend's hen party and needs Lorraine Pascale's help to come up with an impressive meal. The food writer puts together an inspiring canape menu for Bryony to master, including Thai larb gai, bite-sized chocolate Napoleons and delicate coconut meringues filled with ginger cream
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
2:00pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Sonia Harwood
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Sonia Harwood is a mother-of-three and foster carer who would love to create homemade family meals, but ends up relying on frozen food. Lorraine shows her how easy it can be to cook with fresh ingredients, preparing dishes including courgette fritters, a quick seafood linguine and a baked ricotta cheesecake
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
2:30pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Neil Forster
Season 1 Episode 4/6

Neil Forster is an impatient cook who reaches for the takeaway menu rather than making food from scratch. Lorraine shows him recipes including asparagus and cream cheese puff pastry tarts, a quick way to do a roast chicken and a neat shortcut to prepare a summer fruits pudding
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
3:00pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Travis Francis
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Student Travis Francis admits his mum makes all his meals, but now he wants to cook for her. Lorraine creates a menu inspired by his family's Caribbean roots, including a prawn, sweet potato and mango curry and tempting chocolate and rum truffles. She also demonstrates a quick way to make bread
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
3:30pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Sally Mack
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Sally Mack lacks the confidence to cook for anyone except herself, but after turning 50 she decided that had to change. Lorraine creates a Chinese-inspired menu of dishes that are simple to prepare, including sweet-and-sour ribs, chicken and cashew nut stir fry and a showstopping cake
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
4:00pm
Nigella Bites
TV Dinners
Season 2 Episode 1/11

Nigella Lawson rustles up a selection of TV dinners for those occasions when time is of the essence, including Thai yellow pumpkin and seafood curry, linguine with garlic oil and pancetta, and salt and pepper squid
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
4:30pm
Nigella Bites
Comfort Food
Season 2 Episode 2/11

A selection of comfort food for those times of strife when only self-indulgence will do, including chicken soup, full-fat mashed potato, creamy lemon risotto and chocolate fudge cake
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
5:00pm
Nigella Bites
All-Day Breakfast
Season 2 Episode 3/11

Welsh rarebit muffins, spicy kedgeree and American pancakes are among the treats featured as Nigella Lawson shares her all-day breakfast ideas
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
5:30pm
Nigella Bites
Trashy
Season 2 Episode 4/11

Nigella Lawson turns her back on food snobs, preparing the type of recipes most chefs wouldn't be seen dead making, including ham baked in cola, an Elvis-style fried peanut butter and banana sandwich, and chocolate lime cheesecake
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
6:00pm
Nigella Bites
Temple Food
Season 2 Episode 5/11

For anyone suffering after a heavy night of partying, Nigella Lawson has just the tonic, offering suggestions for dishes that cleanse the mind and body, including Vietnamese chicken with mint salad, gingery hot duck soup, papaya with raspberries and lime, and a prairie oyster - the ultimate hangover cure
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
6:30pm
Nigella Bites
Childhood Memories
Season 2 Episode 6/11

Nigella Lawson lovingly recreates the flavours of her childhood, using recipes handed down to her from her mother and grandmother, including Italian sausages with lentils, bread and butter pudding and a revival of Liptauer cheese spread
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
7:00pm
Nigella Bites
Slow Cook Weekend
Season 2 Episode 7/11

The food writer turns her hand to slow-cook recipes that take little preparation, ideal for anyone wanting to rustle up a weekend dinner party. Tempting treats on offer include 24-hour aromatic pork, warm shredded lamb salad with mint and sticky toffee pudding
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
7:30pm
Nigella Bites
Suppertime
Season 2 Episode 8/11

Nigella Lawson offers ideas for amateur cooks wanting to impress their friends with professional-looking suppertime specialities that satisfy the tastebuds but don't require a degree in home economics to tackle. Recipes include lamb shanks with couscous, raw salmon with ginger and rice vinegar, and creme brulee
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
8:00pm
Nigella Bites
Rainy Days
Season 2 Episode 9/11

The gourmet goddess rolls back the rain clouds with her foul-weather recipes, conjuring up elaborate, time-consuming creations, including chocolate cloud cake, aubergine involtini and home-made pasta with meatballs
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
8:30pm
Nigella Bites
Party Girl
Season 2 Episode 10/11

The gourmet goddess conjures up dishes for the perfect party, including Union Cafe spiced nuts, halloumi with chilli and spatchcock birds for the barbecue, all guaranteed to get the feast off to a flying start and the guests in festive mood
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
9:00pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Tony Sartori
Season 1 Episode 1/6

The food writer shows people who lack confidence in the kitchen how to pull off an impressive meal for friends and family, demonstrating plenty of deceptively easy recipes and offering invaluable culinary tips. In the first episode, she helps 52-year-old builder Tony - who has never cooked a meal in his life - to master a delicious Mediterranean-inspired menu, including a grilled peach and burrata salad, crispy salmon with polenta chips and grilled asparagus, as well as a showstopping dessert
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
9:30pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Bryony Crutcher
Season 1 Episode 2/6

Bryony Crutcher, 26, admits to passing off shop-bought food as her own creations, but now she's been asked to host her best friend's hen party and needs Lorraine Pascale's help to come up with an impressive meal. The food writer puts together an inspiring canape menu for Bryony to master, including Thai larb gai, bite-sized chocolate Napoleons and delicate coconut meringues filled with ginger cream
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
10:00pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Sonia Harwood
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Sonia Harwood is a mother-of-three and foster carer who would love to create homemade family meals, but ends up relying on frozen food. Lorraine shows her how easy it can be to cook with fresh ingredients, preparing dishes including courgette fritters, a quick seafood linguine and a baked ricotta cheesecake

Rating: 1.7
10:30pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Neil Forster
Season 1 Episode 4/6

Neil Forster is an impatient cook who reaches for the takeaway menu rather than making food from scratch. Lorraine shows him recipes including asparagus and cream cheese puff pastry tarts, a quick way to do a roast chicken and a neat shortcut to prepare a summer fruits pudding
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
11:00pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Travis Francis
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Student Travis Francis admits his mum makes all his meals, but now he wants to cook for her. Lorraine creates a menu inspired by his family's Caribbean roots, including a prawn, sweet potato and mango curry and tempting chocolate and rum truffles. She also demonstrates a quick way to make bread
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
11:30pm
Lorraine Pascale: How to Be a Better Cook
Sally Mack
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Sally Mack lacks the confidence to cook for anyone except herself, but after turning 50 she decided that had to change. Lorraine creates a Chinese-inspired menu of dishes that are simple to prepare, including sweet-and-sour ribs, chicken and cashew nut stir fry and a showstopping cake
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
12:00am
Nigella Bites
TV Dinners
Season 2 Episode 1/11

Nigella Lawson rustles up a selection of TV dinners for those occasions when time is of the essence, including Thai yellow pumpkin and seafood curry, linguine with garlic oil and pancetta, and salt and pepper squid
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
12:30am
Nigella Bites
Comfort Food
Season 2 Episode 2/11

A selection of comfort food for those times of strife when only self-indulgence will do, including chicken soup, full-fat mashed potato, creamy lemon risotto and chocolate fudge cake
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
1:00am
Nigella Bites
All-Day Breakfast
Season 2 Episode 3/11

Welsh rarebit muffins, spicy kedgeree and American pancakes are among the treats featured as Nigella Lawson shares her all-day breakfast ideas
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
1:25am
Nigella Bites
Trashy
Season 2 Episode 4/11

Nigella Lawson turns her back on food snobs, preparing the type of recipes most chefs wouldn't be seen dead making, including ham baked in cola, an Elvis-style fried peanut butter and banana sandwich, and chocolate lime cheesecake
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
2:00am
Home Shopping
A chance to purchase goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 4.1
5:00am
Nigella Bites
Temple Food
Season 2 Episode 5/11

For anyone suffering after a heavy night of partying, Nigella Lawson has just the tonic, offering suggestions for dishes that cleanse the mind and body, including Vietnamese chicken with mint salad, gingery hot duck soup, papaya with raspberries and lime, and a prairie oyster - the ultimate hangover cure
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
5:25am
Nigella Bites
Childhood Memories
Season 2 Episode 6/11

Nigella Lawson lovingly recreates the flavours of her childhood, using recipes handed down to her from her mother and grandmother, including Italian sausages with lentils, bread and butter pudding and a revival of Liptauer cheese spread
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4

Sun 1 Jul

6:10am
Floyd's American Pie
Florida
Season 1 Episode 2/6

The chef visits Florida where he hires a small fishing boat to catch a grouper, otherwise known as a rock cod, which is adept at using its camouflage to hide. Keith also meets a jeweller and chef who cooks up an array of local dishes
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.3
6:35am
Floyd's American Pie
Santa Fe
Season 1 Episode 4/6

Keith visits Santa Fe, where he cooks pork and black beans for the local cowboys, before dining at a tapas restaurant where the waiters sing opera. He also takes part in a chilli cook-off and visits a tapas restaurant
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.3
7:00am
James Martin Digs Deep
Season 1 Episode 3/10

The chef receives advice on tomatoes, before including them in a mozzarella dish
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6
7:30am
James Martin Digs Deep
Season 1 Episode 4/10

The chef cooks using his grandmother's recipes before delivering chocolate to a children's hospital
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6
8:00am
Two Fat Ladies
The Cambridge Eight
Season 3 Episode 3/6

The duo are invited to cook a meal for the Cambridge boat crew to celebrate a record-breaking victory, and collect honey from a local beekeeper
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
8:30am
Two Fat Ladies
Barristers at Lincoln's Inn
Season 3 Episode 4/6

The girls head off to Lincoln's Inn to prepare a slap-up meal of beef in pastry, salmon mousse with cucumber sauce and Swiss chard with garlic and anchovies for a group of barristers, benchers and pupils
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
9:00am
Two Fat Ladies
The Air Race
Season 3 Episode 5/6

The duo head off to East Fortune airfield in Scotland to prepare a slap-up meal for the participants in a vintage air race. The pilots are treated to roasted salmon and scallops in mustard butter, red peppers stuffed with aubergine puree, and a chocolate egg snowball
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
9:30am
Two Fat Ladies
Lock Keepers
Season 3 Episode 6/6

A retired lock keeper on the Llangollen Canal enjoys a meal of soused herrings and Hoppin' John followed by Burnett's woodcock and Quercyan apple cake, while the ladies learn to make butter in the old-fashioned way and have a go at `legging' a narrow boat through a tunnel
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
10:00am
Two Fat Ladies
Potatoes Galore
Season 4 Episode 1/4

Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright prepare a rustic feast for a group of potato pickers
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
10:30am
Two Fat Ladies
On Safari
Season 4 Episode 2/4

Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright cook for elephant keepers at Knowsley Safari Park
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
11:00am
Two Fat Ladies
Timber
Season 4 Episode 3/4

Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright prepare a hearty supper for a logging team on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
11:30am
Two Fat Ladies
A Day at the Races
Season 4 Episode 4/4

The cooks head for Kelso racecourse and the Scottish Borders, where they discover an ancient milling technique
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
12:00pm
Eat Well for Less?
The Scott-Dent Family
Season 2 Episode 1/5

MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace and greengrocer Chris Bavin set out to help the Scott-Dent family in Newport with their food shopping, showing them simple and effective ways to save money. Kate and Chris have three children under 10, they both work, and Kate hates cooking, so relies on freezer food, Gregg and Chris secretly watch them on a weekly shop to see where they are going wrong, and their mistakes include buying sliced and grated cheese, pre-prepared fruit and veg, and overpriced frozen food. The couple are shocked when they are told that they are spending twice the amount of an average family of five. Plus, Chris tries to allay Kate's fear of using food near its sell-by date, and investigates how safe our food labels really are, while dietician Lucy Jones investigates the nutritional differences between margarine and butter
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
1:00pm
Eat Well for Less?
The Saini Family
Season 2 Episode 2/5

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help the Sainis from Sutton Coldfield, who are addicted to supermarket offers and have a tendency to over-indulge on snacks and sweet treats. They buy so many crisps in a single shop that Gregg is left wondering what they actually eat for dinner. The family are vegetarian, so dietician Lucy Jones looks at the nutritional difference between beef mince and soya mince, and Gregg visits a factory to find out how meat substitute is made - but can he and Chris persuade the Sainis to change their ways?
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
2:00pm
Eat Well for Less?
The Austen Family
Season 2 Episode 3/5

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help the Austens from West Sussex, whose income has reduced by a third since mum Denise recently gave up work. However, the family are guilty of stockpiling food to the point where they cannot open the fridge door without items falling out - and they are utterly devoted to high-end brands, refusing to buy anything other than their favourite labels
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
3:00pm
Eat Well for Less?
The Parsons Family
Season 2 Episode 4/5

Gregg and Chris help Clare and Richard from Hatfield, Hertfordshire, who are so busy with work and looking after two young children they have found themselves stuck in a rather unusual rut - seven years ago they devised a weekly meal plan - Monday is pizza, Wednesday is spaghetti bolognese and so on - and it hasn't changed since. Not only this, but they always buy big brands and premium supermarket ranges, which is an expensive way to shop for what has become a boring way to eat. Gregg and Chris are determined to help them - but breaking the family's habits isn't going to be easy
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
4:00pm
Eat Well for Less?
The Guest Family
Season 2 Episode 5/5

The Guests from Loughborough eat a diet of convenience food that is not only unwholesome, it is also very expensive. Mum Lisa is aware she has to make her family more healthy, but is going about it the wrong way, buying into costly `superfoods' rather than good old-fashioned fruit and veg. Can Gregg and Chris help the Guests bring more variety to their plates - and in turn, knock a whopping 50 per cent off their shopping bill? Along the way, they also investigate how canned fish compares to fresh and which oil is best for cooking, as well as the diet cons to watch out for
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
5:00pm
Two Fat Ladies
The Cambridge Eight
Season 3 Episode 3/6

The duo are invited to cook a meal for the Cambridge boat crew to celebrate a record-breaking victory, and collect honey from a local beekeeper
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
5:30pm
Two Fat Ladies
Barristers at Lincoln's Inn
Season 3 Episode 4/6

The girls head off to Lincoln's Inn to prepare a slap-up meal of beef in pastry, salmon mousse with cucumber sauce and Swiss chard with garlic and anchovies for a group of barristers, benchers and pupils
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
6:00pm
Two Fat Ladies
The Air Race
Season 3 Episode 5/6

The duo head off to East Fortune airfield in Scotland to prepare a slap-up meal for the participants in a vintage air race. The pilots are treated to roasted salmon and scallops in mustard butter, red peppers stuffed with aubergine puree, and a chocolate egg snowball
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
6:30pm
Two Fat Ladies
Lock Keepers
Season 3 Episode 6/6

A retired lock keeper on the Llangollen Canal enjoys a meal of soused herrings and Hoppin' John followed by Burnett's woodcock and Quercyan apple cake, while the ladies learn to make butter in the old-fashioned way and have a go at `legging' a narrow boat through a tunnel
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
7:00pm
Two Fat Ladies
Potatoes Galore
Season 4 Episode 1/4

Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright prepare a rustic feast for a group of potato pickers
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
7:30pm
Two Fat Ladies
On Safari
Season 4 Episode 2/4

Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright cook for elephant keepers at Knowsley Safari Park
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
8:00pm
Two Fat Ladies
Timber
Season 4 Episode 3/4

Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright prepare a hearty supper for a logging team on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
8:30pm
Two Fat Ladies
A Day at the Races
Season 4 Episode 4/4

The cooks head for Kelso racecourse and the Scottish Borders, where they discover an ancient milling technique
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
9:00pm
Eat Well for Less?
The Scott-Dent Family
Season 2 Episode 1/5

MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace and greengrocer Chris Bavin set out to help the Scott-Dent family in Newport with their food shopping, showing them simple and effective ways to save money. Kate and Chris have three children under 10, they both work, and Kate hates cooking, so relies on freezer food, Gregg and Chris secretly watch them on a weekly shop to see where they are going wrong, and their mistakes include buying sliced and grated cheese, pre-prepared fruit and veg, and overpriced frozen food. The couple are shocked when they are told that they are spending twice the amount of an average family of five. Plus, Chris tries to allay Kate's fear of using food near its sell-by date, and investigates how safe our food labels really are, while dietician Lucy Jones investigates the nutritional differences between margarine and butter
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
10:00pm
Eat Well for Less?
The Saini Family
Season 2 Episode 2/5

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help the Sainis from Sutton Coldfield, who are addicted to supermarket offers and have a tendency to over-indulge on snacks and sweet treats. They buy so many crisps in a single shop that Gregg is left wondering what they actually eat for dinner. The family are vegetarian, so dietician Lucy Jones looks at the nutritional difference between beef mince and soya mince, and Gregg visits a factory to find out how meat substitute is made - but can he and Chris persuade the Sainis to change their ways?
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
11:00pm
Eat Well for Less?
The Austen Family
Season 2 Episode 3/5

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help the Austens from West Sussex, whose income has reduced by a third since mum Denise recently gave up work. However, the family are guilty of stockpiling food to the point where they cannot open the fridge door without items falling out - and they are utterly devoted to high-end brands, refusing to buy anything other than their favourite labels
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
12:00am
Eat Well for Less?
The Parsons Family
Season 2 Episode 4/5

Gregg and Chris help Clare and Richard from Hatfield, Hertfordshire, who are so busy with work and looking after two young children they have found themselves stuck in a rather unusual rut - seven years ago they devised a weekly meal plan - Monday is pizza, Wednesday is spaghetti bolognese and so on - and it hasn't changed since. Not only this, but they always buy big brands and premium supermarket ranges, which is an expensive way to shop for what has become a boring way to eat. Gregg and Chris are determined to help them - but breaking the family's habits isn't going to be easy
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
1:00am
Eat Well for Less?
The Guest Family
Season 2 Episode 5/5

The Guests from Loughborough eat a diet of convenience food that is not only unwholesome, it is also very expensive. Mum Lisa is aware she has to make her family more healthy, but is going about it the wrong way, buying into costly `superfoods' rather than good old-fashioned fruit and veg. Can Gregg and Chris help the Guests bring more variety to their plates - and in turn, knock a whopping 50 per cent off their shopping bill? Along the way, they also investigate how canned fish compares to fresh and which oil is best for cooking, as well as the diet cons to watch out for
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.7
2:00am
Home Shopping
A chance to purchase goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 4.1
5:00am
Two Fat Ladies
The Cambridge Eight
Season 3 Episode 3/6

The duo are invited to cook a meal for the Cambridge boat crew to celebrate a record-breaking victory, and collect honey from a local beekeeper
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7
5:25am
Two Fat Ladies
Barristers at Lincoln's Inn
Season 3 Episode 4/6

The girls head off to Lincoln's Inn to prepare a slap-up meal of beef in pastry, salmon mousse with cucumber sauce and Swiss chard with garlic and anchovies for a group of barristers, benchers and pupils
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.7