Contestants discover they must create a dish inspired by chef Coskun Uysal's chicken rice pudding dessert. With this in mind, they must create their own dessert featuring a meat or protein.
Contestants cook a sweet or savoury style dish championing a citrus fruit of their choice. In round two, they use the same fruit, but their dish must be in the opposite style.
Lara explores ocean energy and what it means for Ireland's future. Lara investigates the latest in ocean energy technology and the innovators behind it. Lara discovers the vast wealth of energy sitting just off our shores.
Contestants must make a dish that has two different flavoured ice-creams that only work when they are eaten together. In round two, they must make a dish using one of five unusual flavour pairings.
Lee Lin sees fashion as an art form through which one can express oneself as clearly as any other medium. She talks to contemporary fashion industry specialists, such as designers, high-fashion importers and even dry cleaners, and has them explain their work and their influences. This episode is about Jason Chetcuti and his work on denim as a wearable canvas. He talks about his influences from rock culture to big stars, and his technique. With the participation of Aunty Dee Dee.
Contestants must create a dish inspired by one of seven classic fairytales. With an open pantry and garden, the contestant with the best dish and the strongest concept will win immunity.
The contestants lift the lids of their mystery box to find a photo sent by their loved ones. The contestants have 60 minutes to create a dish inspired by the memory in their family photo.
Engineering has built our modern world. Everything from skyscrapers to roads and air travel are here because of engineering. But what happens when engineering goes horribly wrong? Go behind the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
Queen of chocolate and guest chef Kirsten Tibballs reveals that, for the pressure test, the contestants must create her wow-factor dessert the meljito.
Anja Murray discovers the amazing variety and ecology of seaweed around Irish coasts. Long harvested by local communities along our west coast, seaweed has now become a valuable resource worldwide.
Each team must cook two dishes: one main and one dessert. Each contestant has 20 minutes to cook and they have just 45 seconds to hand over the dish to the next contestant in the relay.
Josh Niland of the Fish Butchery breaks down a kingfish for each of the contestants to choose a cut to cook with. The contestant with the least impressive dish will be going home.
This episode reveals the incredible engineering behind the Burj Khalifa. At more than half a mile high, it's the tallest sky scraper ever built.
This episode uncovers the innovations that enable the world's largest plane, the unique Antonov AN255, to carry the world's heaviest air-freighter.
Dedicated collectors Warwick Noble and Melanie Hughes are influenced by mid-century American architecture. Their design is a slice of Palm Springs destined to make its mark in a suburban street in North Balgowlah.
This episode's immunity challenge is fought in two rounds. In one round, contestants must create a delicious dish using instant noodles. The top two from round one must make a nostalgic and comforting dish.
Contestants must create a vegan dish using at least one ingredient from the mystery box set by vegan chef Shannon Martinez. The top four dishes will cook off in the next immunity challenge.
Engineering has built our modern world. Everything from skyscrapers to roads and air travel are here because of Engineering. But what happens when engineering goes horribly wrong? Go behind the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
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