Great British Menu is back. Nigella Lawson shows how easy it is to bring the spirit of Italy into the kitchen and on to the plate – using ingredients available a little closer to home. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Rick Stein sets off on a new culinary adventure to search for France’s best kept gastronomic secrets. Scotland’s favourite gardening programme. Then, to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth, Mary and her grandsons make cranberry and coconut energy bars. For decades, Alan Titchmarsh has tackled some of the toughest backyards in the country to help people achieve their dream of a perfect garden. Join leading landscape designer Michael McCoy as he showcases some of Australia’s most lavish and magnificent gardens from the first spade hitting the ground to the incredible end result. Learn handy tips and sneaky tricks from superchef Heston Blumenthal, as you turn basic ingredients into culinary masterpieces. Finally, it's a dish that really captures the essence of a British summer - Mary's refreshing lemon and elderflower jellies. The Beechgrove Garden is a hardy annual TV gardening series which sets out to deal with, glory in and celebrate Scottish horticulture and growing conditions. First, Mary prepares a simple and easy herb flatbread that the whole family can muck in with. Nigel Slater shares his favourite festive treats that make Christmas a truly tasty time of year, with tips on cooking a feast for many, or some simple self-indulgence to get the festive juices flowing. Chef, baker and patissier Lorraine Pascale shares her secrets, passion and knowledge on baking sweet and savoury recipes. The show is attended by members of the British Royal Family and attracts visitors from all continents. Ella Fitzgerald Sings: A classic Ella Fitzgerald performance from 1965, sometimes referred to as the Queen of Jazz and Lady Ella. Bake Off’s back with Noel Fielding and new host Matt Lucas, but this time under exceptional circumstances, as 12 new bakers form a bubble and enter the iconic white tent. The Bafta-winning hit is back for its eleventh series. The hunt for a chef who wants to make it to the top of the culinary world. The bikers continue their culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food. This pie would make a wonderful centrepiece for a family meal. Out of the thousands who applied, 56 amateur cooks have made it through to compete over four weeks of heats, ready to produce some of the most inspiring exceptional and unusual food ever seen on the series. Gordon teaches how to cook with confidence. Recipes include delicious pork chops with sweet and sour peppers, and pan-fried scallops with crunchy apple salad, and Gordon shares a tip for keeping your knives sharp. Celebrated MasterChef presenter Gregg Wallace, chef Monica Galetti and two-Michelin-starred Marcus Wareing are together searching for the UK’s finest cooking talent. How to Cook Like Heston will inspire you to up the ante in your kitchen. Nigel Slater explores the Middle East, cooking and eating with the people of Lebanon, Turkey and Iran, as he discovers the secrets of the world’s oldest cuisines. Scotland’s favourite gardening programme. French chef Raymond Blanc shares Kitchen Secrets, cooking recipes from simple to stunning. Nigella Lawson is back with a new series called: Nigella: At My Table and is packed with simple recipes full of complex flavour. STARTING 8 MARCH 2019, Gardening show packed with ideas and timely reminders to get the most out of your garden. Mary Berry draws on her wealth of cookery know-how to share a selection of her foolproof recipes. Generals At War episode 6 – The Battle of the Bulge: In 1944, the end of Hitler’s Third Reich was near and Berlin was in sight. Mary then moves on to a dish popular with her family - a light tuna salad with avocado and lemon mustard dressing. Mary Berry draws on her wealth of cookery know-how to share a selection of her foolproof recipes. And she instinctively knows what sort food we like to eat at home. Filmed on location in his Oxfordshire restaurant with foodie visits at home and abroad. Gardening show packed with ideas and timely reminders to get the most out of your garden. Held at Chelsea since 1912, it is the most famous flower and landscape gardens show in the United Kingdom, and perhaps in the world. Jean-Philippe Teyssier, landscape architect, takes us on a journey to discover the most beautiful gardens in France and Europe. First, Mary prepares a simple and easy herb flatbread that the whole family can muck in with. 24 of the nation’s top chefs compete for a chance to show off their culinary skills at a banquet honoring 140 years of the iconic Wimbledon Championships. In this series, Monty travels across the Islamic world and beyond in search of paradise gardens. This episode features scrumptious goodies to thrill the family and keep them coming back for more! The Hairy Bikers traverse the infamous Route 66, serving up plenty of delicious food along the way. He believes that cooking from scratch with fresh ingredients will make them healthier, fitter and happier. Inspired by the places she visits, she brings some failsafe recipes that deliver on flavour but save on time. Mary Berry’s Absolute Christmas Favourites. These energy bars are so easy to make, and are great for a packed lunch or eating on the go. Mary has built her reputation for great family food by truly understanding the needs and wishes of Britain’s home cooks. Raymond Blanc OBE is a French chef. To start, she prepares a luxurious whole seabass with lime and dill butter that couldn't be simpler. Her final two dishes are perfect for a Sunday lunch when you don’t want to spend all morning in the kitchen – butterflied leg of lamb, followed by the ultimate foolproof pudding – honeycomb ice cream. In a desperate attempt, Hitler conceived of a bold new offensive to strike the Allies through the Ardennes Forest. The Hairy Bikers seek out the authentic flavours of the Mediterranean. Gardening show packed with good ideas, tips, advice from experts and timely reminders to get the most out of your garden, whatever its size or type. Carol Kirkwood takes an alphabetical journey through the world of television gardening, getting inspiration and advice from some of the most popular gardening presenters and programmes. Filmed by his wife Alison while in lockdown, this series sees Alan show viewers how to enjoy the benefits of producing their own food no matter what size garden they have; be it outside space, a balcony or room for a single pot. The Show also features smaller gardens such as the Artisan and Urban Gardens. This means it is quicker to cook and easier to carve. In a brand new series for ITV Grow Your Own at Home with Alan Titchmarsh sees the much-loved gardener share insider tips and tricks on growing your own fruit and vegetables at home. STARTING 9 MARCH 2018.