SIMON Rimmer is giving Channel 4 viewers an epic flashback to food gone-by in his latest show, Britain's Favourite Food. Here's everything you need to know about the show - including what blasts from the past you might recognise... When can I watch Britain's Favourite Food? Britain's Favourite Food will air Friday, March 30, at 8pm, on Channel 4. If you miss it, you will be able to catch up on it on streaming service 4OD shortly afterwards. The show airs at the same time as EastEnders on BBC One, Mastermind on BBC Two, Love Your Garden on ITV and Britain's Great Cathedrals on Channel 5. What is Britain's Favourite Food about? Britain's Favourite Food will reminisce about the best that the UK has to offer in terms of top notch grub. The show has been pitched as a "nostalgic trip down memory lane" with foodstuffs that aren't available anymore being remembered alongside household staples. In the show, people from all across the country will recount the best treats that they remember from … [Read more...] about When is Britain’s Favourite Food on Channel 4 tonight, who is Simon Rimmer and which brands of food are featured?
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GOGGLEBOX'S 11th series continues tonight as Britain's harshest armchair critics give their verdicts on the week's TV. Here is the inside track on the show which has proved to be a surprise hit after first launching back in 2013. When is Gogglebox on Channel 4? Gogglebox returned for its 11th series on Friday, February 23 at 9pm on its usual home, Channel 4. The show airs every week at the same time and each of the episodes lasts an hour. Fans can look forward to 15 episodes - following the same format as previous series. How does Gogglebox work? The premise of Gogglebox is simple - turn the camera on TV viewers to see how they react to what they're watching. Cameras are placed in a number of different living rooms across the UK to record what happens as families, couples and friends watch the biggest shows of the week. The people featured in the show - usually discovered by Channel 4 bosses - are from a wide variety of backgrounds and have different tastes. When the show began, … [Read more...] about What time is Gogglebox on Channel 4 tonight, which families are in the line-up and why did Chris Butland-Steed quit the show?
PUBLISHED: 07:20 29 March 2018 Georgia Barrow The new Channel 4 series was filmed is based and filmed in Stevenage. Picture: Hal Shinnie Archant A brand new Channel 4 comedy will be hitting our screens tomorrow night centring on the lives of two Stevenage builders, Lee and Dean. The two friends will lead the show as title characters Lee and Dean. Picture: Hal Shinnie Miles Chapman and Mark O’Sullivan, who both live in Stevenage, star in what promises to be a laugh-out-loud programme, following the main characters’ relationships with each other and their friends. The latest Channel 4 comedy by Bingo Productions is written, produced and directed by the leading men Miles Chapman, 49, and Mark O’Sullivan, 41, alongside Sam Underwood and Phil Clarke. Miles, who is orginally from Welwyn, said: “We just thought “Stevenage has always been dear to us and seemed the perfect and right setting to tell the story of Lee and Dean. It was surreal seeing so many … [Read more...] about Comedy based in Stevenage starring two friends coming to Channel 4
PUBLISHED: 13:03 29 March 2018 Stacia Briggs L-r: Lee (Miles Chapman) and Dean (Mark O'Sullivan) This picture may be used solely for Channel 4 programme publicity purposes in connection with the current broadcast of the progr The Golden Mile at Great Yarmouth and the town’s famous Snail Ride will star in new Channel 4 sitcom Lee and Dean - watch the pair ride the emotional -and actual - rollercoaster that is the Snails Great Yarmouth’s famous Snail Ride has a starring role in new Channel 4 sitcom Lee and Dean and the town’s Golden Mile is a backdrop to the action, too. The mockumentary-style show introduces builders Lee (played by Miles Chapman) and Dean (Mark O’Sullivan) who have been inseparable since school - they live together, run a building company together and live together. And everything is wonderful until Lee falls in love with Nikki and Dean’s nose is put well and truly out of joint. The pair are seen in a recently-released clip from … [Read more...] about New Channel 4 sitcom Lee and Dean to feature Great Yarmouth’s famous Snail Ride
GLASGOW is to make a dramatic and credible bid to rival London as Britain's media capital. Scotland's biggest city has announced it will formally pitch to host a new headquarters of Channel 4, luring chunks of the UK television industry north of the border. Its leaders believe existing thriving creative industries on the Clyde - not least at BBC Scotland and STV - will act as a magnet for the broadcaster, which is looking for a new second home. Herald View: Why Channel 4 should tune into case for Glasgow The leader and deputy leader of Glasgow's city government, Susan Aitken and David McDonald, have already written to Channel 4 executives saying they will make "a viable and persuasive bid, reflecting our standing as one of the most culturally, socially and ethnically diverse city regions within the UK and position as a leading centre for the arts and media". But Ms Aitken and Mr McDonald - and their many backers in TV and business- must fend off rival bids expected to come … [Read more...] about Glasgow bids for new Channel 4 HQ as it aims to be Britain’s media capital