2 Series, 5 Episodes
On the first show, Steve and Lisa are joined by Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp and Celia Imrie. There's delicious lamb recipes for spring. Plus Heston Blumenthal introduces some Welsh fluffy pigs.
Michelin-star chef Jason Atherton is in the kitchen. Katy B is in for a chat. Mark Dolan goes foraging 100ft below the streets of London. And there's a piece on upcycling vintage suitcases.
The nation's favourite choirmaster Gareth Malone is on the show. Michelin-star chef Angela Hartnett cooks live and Heston Blumenthal gives a masterclass
Michel Roux Jr looks at ideas for kickstarting Saturday - from making fine artisan breads to luxury garden dens, while on the sofas are 'grumpy old women' Jenny Eclair and Susie Blake
Heston gives a sizzling beef masterclass and Ching-He Huang is in the kitchen with two modern Chinese recipes. Steve and Lisa also welcome legend Sir Michael Parkinson and singer Imelda May.
Theo Randall cooks a panzanella salad. Actors Nigel Havers and Cherie Lunghi discuss their latest roles. And Horrid Henry author Francesca Simon reads from his latest adventures.
Valentine Warner cooks the perfect steak and chips. Urban gardener Matt James gives a master class on growing herbs. Dawn O'Porter is on the sofa and Angellica Bell talks about the birds and the bees.
The award-winning Vivek Singh, cooks malai chicken tikka and Lucknow-style biryani. There's a look at some last-minute luxury gifts for Father's Day. Heston Blumenthal barbecues Cajun prawn skewers.
Steve Jones is joined by guest host Angellica Bell and Nathan Outlaw, who cooks coconut milk-poached scallops and fried plaice. Alan Titchmarsh is on the show. There's drinks advice from a tea expert.
Dhruv Baker cooks spiced shoulder of pork for England cricketer Stuart Broad and comedian Alex Horne. Plus, Angellica Bell reveals the best ways to attract birds, butterflies and bees to any garden.
Kirstie Allsopp talks to Steve and Lisa. Michel Roux Sr is in the kitchen to cook cinnamon cherries. There's a look at summer festival food with Angellica Bell. And gardener Matt James gets fruity.
Actor Simon Callow and young dance duo Rizzle Kicks are in the studio. Former MasterChef winner Thomasina Miers gives a lesson in chillies. And Heston Blumenthal is back on the barbecue.
Steve Jones and Lisa Snowdon return with actress Jane Horrocks and Pixie Lott, Michelin-star chef Glynn Purnell, Heston Blumenthal and florist Simon Lycett
Adventurer and wild food expert Ray Mears joins the show. There's foraging for ingredients and chef Theo Randall cooks pan fried squid and beef and porcini stew with Parmesan polenta.
Culinary legend Ken Hom is live in the kitchen. Angellica Bell samples the ultimate in slow cooking - snails! And presenters Lisa Snowdon and Steve Jones get a baking masterclass from Eric Lanlard.
Steve and Lisa try head-to-tail cooking. Michel Roux Jr explores urban farming. Writer Arabella Weir talks teen angst. And Blur's Alex James discusses recipes that rock.
Steve Jones and Lisa Snowdon get spicy in the kitchen for Diwali with chef Atul Kochhar. And there's a look at the new generation of homebrew beer and wine.
Guests include Alan Davies, and Wendi Peters from Coronation Street. There's Halloween cooking from chef Tony Fleming. Madhur Jaffrey shows how to cook just like her mum.
There's tapas for Bonfire night parties, some winter glamping in Herefordshire, and actress Nadia Sawalha and actor Larry Lamb are on the sofa discussing family food
Lisa Snowdon and Steve Jones are joined by choirmaster extraordinaire Gareth Malone; Lucy Punch, the actress currently putting the Great into Great Britain; and award winning chef Anna Hansen( MBE)
Steve Jones and Lisa Snowdon's guests include comedian David Baddiel, and Bobby Chinn, a rising star of Asian cuisine, cooks fresh spring rolls and sauteed beef with rice noodles and salad
MasterChef winner, American Tim Anderson, cooks a Thanksgiving dinner with an Asian twist. Dhruv Baker makes rib of beef with port jus. And everything you ever wanted to know about Christmas puds.
Scottish chef Nick Nairn cooks a Celtic feast for St Andrew's Day. And comedian Richard Herring and musician Sharon Corr are on the sofa.
Top chef Emily Watkins cooks a Christmas ham. There's a visit to a Lincolnshire family who have reared geese for generations. And Michael Ball and Sarah Millican are on the sofa.
Welsh soprano Katherine Jenkins is in the studio. Heston Blumenthal makes prawn cocktail. And Glynn Purnell cooks exploding canapés and baked Alaska.
Heston Blumenthal teaches Steve and Lisa to cook Christmas lunch. Christopher Biggins makes trifle. And a guide to the best books for Xmas gifts.