Nigella Lawson creates a fabulous spicy banquet with real wow factor. The Indian influenced menu is easy, flavoursome and delicious.
Celebrated designer, Akira Isogawa, is the consummate artist. In this episode, Isogawa takes us on a journey through the streets of Kyoto, Mumbai, Sydney and Paris, where prolific inspirations unfold, and artist integrity is paramount over all aspects of business.
Festivals are the one time of the year where families, communities and whole countries come together to celebrate. But what do these ritual festivals tell us about people and their cultures? Tonight food writer Stefan Gates travels to Mexico and a wild emotional and spiritual rollercoaster ride, starting with a teenage girl's colourful coming-of-age ceremony, and ending with the Day of the Dead, a cacophonous cross-cultural festival of the senses during which Mexicans believe their loved ones come back from the dead for three days every year.
In the Greek Orthodox Religion, no saint is more celebrated than the Virgin Mary. Home to a precious icon and religious relics, the village of Agiassos welcomes thousands of pilgrims from all over the island of Lesvos and the rest of Greece to celebrate the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Over two days, Barry joins the pilgrims as they celebrate the Virgin Mary, the icon, the food and the constant flurry of activity that takes over this small mountain village.
Kevin McCloud takes a trip back to the home of John and Elini Flood who completely gutted their Victorian terrace house to create an open, light and modern space. For ten years John and Elini have lived in a 19th century terrace house in the north-east London borough of Hackney. Hackney is a conservation area so the facade can't be changed but everything else can be demolished.
Will Studd looks at some of the finest cheese shops in New York before visiting the beautiful countryside of Vermont to meet a new generation of American cheese makers who share a passion for creating local farmstead cheese.
Before Poh leaves Western Australia she goes to visit her friend French chef Emmanuel Mollois, who gives her the challenge to come up with a 'Poh's Kitchen' macaroon. Macaroons are one of Emmanuel's specialties and are all the rage in Paris. These delicate biscuits - crisp on the outside and gooey on the inside are coloured in every colour of the rainbow and filled with the most exotic flavour combinations - like jasmine/ mango, rose, chestnut, blackcurrant/violet and even caramel and salted butter.
Featuring new ideas on how to keep fire fighters cool; keep people and trucks in their place and easily manoeuvre pot plants.
Rick Stein's epic culinary journey continues as he explores the Far East's most diverse food cultures. In episode three, Rick continues his odyssey in Thailand, where he meets up with one of his heroes, David Thompson - a man who has devoted his professional life to understanding Thai cuisine.
Frank Lloyd Wright is an American icon - one of the most famous modern architects, and probably its most prolific - designing over 400 buildings during a career spanning an incredible 60 years. But his most revealing constructions are his houses, revolutionary in their open plan design and conceived as an expression of Wright's philosophy of a perfect harmony between man and nature: 'organic architecture' as he called it.
Oliver Peyton is a UK-based, Irish restaurateur and art connoisseur. In this series he follows the cultural trail, throughout Europe and the US, of landmark works of art which have food as a central motif.
Nigella Lawson is crazy for desserts. Here she picks out some of her all time favourites from her dessert hall of fame.
Nic Briand and Susien Chong of the label Lover make every effort to exist on the fashion fringe. This episode takes a look at their reluctant rise to fashion fame; from humble beginnings at Bondi Markets to the fashion pages of US Vogue, it explores the dynamic relationship between this creative duo.
What can cultural celebrations tell us about the people of the world? Festivals are the one time of the year where families, communities and whole countries come together to celebrate. But what do these ritual festivals tell us about people and their cultures? Tonight food writer Stefan Gates travels to Japan for the Naked Man Festival and the intriguing Baby Sumo festival.
Kevin McCloud returns to Edinburgh, Scotland, to see whether a couple's attempts to transform a wreck of an old stone building have been successful. When Reuben and April came across a ruined 19th century house amid the tower blocks of Leith in Edinburgh, they saw it as their future home.
Pria takes a colourful jaunt through misty mountain villages, checks out Bangkok's distinctive architecture and lively waterways, and finally travels up to a resort tucked away in the foothills around Chiang Mai.
Stilton is considered to be one of the greatest English Cheeses and unlike most other native traditional cheeses it has never been copied. Will Studd looks at why this proud cheese has retained its outstanding reputation.
Featuring the key to a good night's sleep; a way to transform your truck; and an invention that puts bicycles in the spotlight.
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