Jamie Cooks Italy
The world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, cooks his Aunt Lily's jerk pork; Jamie cooks the ultimate steak; and Jimmy makes a tandoor oven out of a dustbin and a flower pot.
Special guest Sienna Miller gets saucy with her Tuscan duck ragu. Jamie cooks a whole salmon in salt. Jimmy creates a DIY hog roast for the ultimate crackling.
Amanda Holden makes moussaka; Jamie inspires some incredible weekend cooking with two-way chicken; and Jimmy tries his hand at DIY kebabs
Kirstie Allsopp cooks one of her favourite dishes, an Indian street food called pani puri. Jamie makes the taste buds water with two amazing shellfish recipes. Jimmy prepares his own charcuterie.
Chris Moyles cooks his favourite dish, an authentic New York-style pizza. Jamie mashes up the two best things in life, a roast and a curry. Jimmy builds a DIY smoker.
Comedian Jennifer Saunders and Jamie cook classic Italian porchetta for Ade Edmondson. Jimmy serves his very own sparkling cider. And actor Dexter Fletcher makes Mexican tortillas with salsa.
Hollywood star Kate Hudson cooks up a Goan curry, Jamie makes southern fried chicken, and the boys adopt some ugly veg
Tinie Tempah learns to cook his favourite Nigerian street food. Jimmy serves Italian gelato from his DIY ice cream maker. And Jamie makes his ultimate salt and pepper squid.
Hugh Bonneville makes an authentic pad thai. Jamie Oliver roasts an overnight shoulder of pork. And Jimmy Doherty builds a smoker for barbecue brisket.
Ellie Goulding makes a dirty vegan burger. Jamie cooks Japanese pork belly ramen. And Jimmy reinvents roast chicken with his DIY rotisserie.
Actor Michael Sheen makes Welsh lamb cawl. Jamie wows the diners with his brisket. And Jimmy builds a DIY Peking duck oven to make crispy duck.
Paloma Faith relives childhood memories with Portuguese salt cod. Jamie serves sticky Chinese ribs. And Jimmy brews his very own DIY craft beer.
Orlando Bloom cooks up a tagine, Jamie makes Asian seafood parcels and Jimmy takes on the sausage. They also find some wasted goat meat that's great to eat.
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty are joined by proper Hollywood royalty, as they cook with Goldie Hawn. Jamie prepares slow lamb and Jimmy tries making his own smoked salmon.
Actor David Tennant joins the boys to learn how to make Croatian black risotto. Jamie Oliver prepares an epic Italian roast feast, while Jimmy Doherty makes sourdough bread.
Jack Whitehall cooks chocolate pizza. Jamie makes an epic Gurkha chicken curry. And Jimmy makes a smoked ham using a DIY smoker built out of plant pots and a colander.
Fearne Cotton learns to cook fish tacos. Jamie Oliver makes an epic gumbo. And Jimmy Doherty builds his own coffee bean roaster out of an old barbecue.
Actor Anna Friel cooks Balinese stew for the whole cafe. Jamie makes mega meatball subs. And Jimmy shows how to make your own mozzarella.
Jamie cooks Thai curry and lasagne with comedian John Bishop. Jimmy builds a hive for wild bees.
Hollywood star Salma Hayek gets out her apron and cooks up a Lebanese kibbeh with Jamie. And Jimmy uses a drone to hunt for wild British mushrooms.
Lindsay Lohan hits Southend, with New York pie on the menu. Jimmy Doherty goes spear fishing and Jamie Oliver cooks venison with a red wine and chocolate gravy.
TV judge Alesha Dixon is in the cafe with Jamie and they cook-up a spicy prawn dish. Jamie gives a salmon en croute a new twist. Plus Jimmy goes wild for truffles.
Jamie Oliver shows comedian Michael McIntyre how to cook a beautiful scallop dish. There's also meat loaf and wild crab and lobster caught with homemade lobster pots.
Jamie helps Scarlett Moffatt create the Scotch egg of her dreams. Plus ultimate fish pie and a wild game feast. And can community fridges help reduce food waste?
Jamie teaches Martin Clunes to cook paella. Jimmy Doherty turns plants into root beer. And there's lamb rack and sustainable fish.
Olympian Tom Daley and Jamie Oliver cook sweet and sour chicken. And Jimmy Doherty goes abseiling for seaweed.
Simon Pegg pops in for some lamb tagine. Jamie cooks Provencal pancakes. And the boys make a call for more free range ducks.
Jamie and Jimmy are joined by Joanna Lumley. On the menu is a spectacular pastry snake, a curry fit for a king, beans, and Jimmy's bespoke vertical veg.
Jamie and Jimmy feel the force as Luke Skywalker pops in for roast beef and Yorkshire pud. There's also Caesar salad and a seafood feast.
Jamie helps Sarah Millican cook her favourite microwave meal from scratch. Jimmy builds a soft-serve ice cream machine. And the boys champion British rose veal.
Jamie makes dim sum with Hollywood star Liv Tyler. Jimmy builds a wood-fired oven. And there's a naked calendar promoting British lamb at its best.
Jamie and Jimmy welcome Ashley Jensen to the café. On the menu is beef wrapped in Parma ham and mushrooms, and homemade pasta and truffle.
Comedian Greg Davies visits the café. Jamie makes a Welsh lamb kebab while Greg learns how to make a Thai green curry.
Jamie helps actor Warwick Davis make beef and Stilton pie at the café on the pier. There's also a Vietnamese feast, hog roast, and British honey.
The boys welcome Chris O'Dowd and Dawn O'Porter and make their favourite honeymoon meal: Caribbean red snapper. Plus ribs with whisky and Worcestershire BBQ sauce.
Jamie cooks a traditional Caribbean chicken dish with singer Craig David. There's a roasted salmon and artichoke parcel and a look at seaweed as a super food.
Jamie teaches Johnny Vegas how to flambé the perfect steak. He also makes cannelloni with veal and nettles. And Jimmy Doherty builds a beer pump.
Jamie makes a special ramen with Hollywood's Josh Hartnett. There's also a game and aubergine curry, and a taste of the future of farming.
The new series kicks off with Doctor Who's Jodie Whittaker, a perfect pork roast, Thai beef massaman curry, brown crabs, a DIY barbecue and Harlequins ladies rugby squad
Actor and Hollywood star Martin Freeman comes to the pier to cook up some eggs royale. There's also posh fish and chips and healthy food for the night shift.
The boys cook a speciality Italian dish for Hollywood star Danny DeVito. There's Korean-inspired roast chicken, a smoking tandoor, and a look at healthy school meals.
Jamie and Jimmy welcome Harry Hill to the caff, as they whisk him off down memory lane with an Indian thali. There's also steak, and bangers on a schwenker.
Joined by comedian Romesh Ranganathan, Jamie and Jimmy present their first ever vegan menu, proving that vegan can be delicious
Jamie and Jimmy are joined by Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill. On the menu is katsu curry and cod wrapped in Iberico ham. And Jimmy builds a chocolate fountain.
Stephen Fry joins the chefs at their end-of-the-pier cafe. Recipes include apple pie the Essex way, sustainable seafood risotto, and veggie chilli.
The menu goes vegan to recreate one of actress Jessica Chastain's favourite meals. Jimmy pimps up his popcorn. And the boys look into fortifying plant-based milks.
Jamie and Jimmy bring back memories for Sir Patrick Stewart. Jamie makes a burger, Jimmy creates a rotating garden, and they discover how to reuse grain from brewing beer.
Davina McCall joins the boys for some slow-cooked rabbit casserole. There's also spicy lamb, a beach BBQ, and a campaign to give teenagers a first taste of cooking.
Jamie and Jimmy take Stephen Mangan down memory lane, recreating one of the best dishes he's ever had. And Jimmy creates the perfect build to cook roast dinner on the move.
Jamie and Jimmy recreate an unusual Thai curry for comedian Russell Howard, Jimmy builds a kebab house, and the boys fight to stop young people drinking energy drinks
Rocketman actor Taron Egerton joins Jamie and Jimmy to make Christmas dinner and 'the world's best trifle'. There's also pimped-up pigs in blankets and a trip to a turkey farm.
Culinary queen Mary Berry goes down memory lane for a nostalgic seafood feast. Jimmy bakes gooey bread. Jamie makes a mini beef wellington. And the boys hit the front line for cooking with the RAF.
Jamie and Jimmy give Ant and Dec a beginner's guide to Japanese cooking, guaranteed to stop their stomachs from getting ready to rumble. Plus: a look at how coffee can change lives.
Comedian Rob Beckett helps to create an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet. Jamie makes a melt-in-your-mouth pie. And Jimmy takes Friday night nibbles to another level.
Mel B spices up Southend Pier with some Caribbean cooking. Jimmy cooks an impressive party piece. And Jamie puts a spin on your Friday night takeaway.
Claudia Winkleman joins the boys to make a delicious butter chicken curry. Plus, Jamie makes a local paella and Jimmy knocks up some pork scratchings.
Saoirse Ronan joins the boys to cook a nostalgic dish: a Chinese takeaway she used to have as a child. Plus, Jamie and Jimmy embrace their inner Willy Wonka.