Gordon Ramsay's F Word

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      Series 1 Episode 1

      Gordon launches his campaign to 'Get Women Back in the Kitchen' and puts his reputation on the line in 'Recipe Challenge' when he invites a member of the public to pitch their recipe against his

      48 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 2

      Joan Collins visits Gordon Ramsay's F Word. Ejected from Gordon's restaurant Aubergine along with food critic A A Gill in the late 1990s, this is the first time the two have met since.

      48 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 3

      Gordon Ramsay tastes the rare Scottish delicacy that is gannet, while food critic Giles Coren gets a taste of working in a restaurant

      48 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 4

      Gordon Ramsay asks whether food can affect a man's fertility and his own theories are put to the test. Plus, the ultimate steak and frites recipe.

      48 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 5

      Chat show supremo Jonathan Ross is put to the test by Gordon Ramsay in his F Word kitchen when he's challenged to kill and cook lobster

      Includes Gordon killing a lobster, the right way48 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 6

      Gordon Ramsay welcomes Richard Wilson and Nancy Dell'Olio to the restaurant and Kim and Aggie take up his recipe challenge

      47 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 7

      Gordon Ramsay welcomes Sarah Beeny and Davina McCall to the F Word restaurant

      48 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 8

      Gordon Ramsay's recipe challenger is Janet Street-Porter, and Olympic champion-turned-ballroom dancer Colin Jackson also joins Gordon in the F Word restaurant

      Contains scenes of animals in distress and being killed which some may find upsetting48 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 9

      Gordon Ramsay cooks the perfect turkey recipe: truffle and herb buttered turkey with fried breadcrumbs. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall takes on Gordon in the recipe challenge.

      Strong language throughout48 mins
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