Jamie's Great Britain

Jamie's Great Britain catch up

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 6 - Scotland

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Jamie concludes his round-Britain road trip on the west coast of Scotland. There he finds that haggis is being given a West Indian twist in Glasgow’s oldest Scottish restaurant. Finally, Jamie brings his adventure to a close with an ambitious feast combining the best of local game with an Italian recipe, seared venison loi...

Season 1, Episode 5 - The West Country

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This week, Jamie visits the West Country - famous for its pasties, cheddar and delicious scrumpy cider. However, Jamie’s in search of less conventional fare too, and tastes some traditional Jamaican cooking in Bristol as well as Guyanese specialities with Jules Davis. Later he forages for wild mushrooms with local chef Tob...

Season 1, Episode 4 - Heart Of England

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This week, Jamie’s road trip takes him to the heart of England - The Midlands. Leicester is his first stop, where he uncovers the impact the British Empire’s love for spice had on Britain’s food culture. He takes curry to the next level by going behind the scenes of an exciting old pub, Marten Inn, which has become one of ...

Season 1, Episode 3 - South Wales

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This week, Jamie travels over the Severn bridge to South Wales where he learns the massive impact the welsh coal boom had on their food culture in the late 19th century and beyond. Jamie discovers that ironically, there is nothing more British than Italian food and how a massive Italian community evolved in Wales, firstly...

Season 1, Episode 2 - Yorkshire

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Jamie travels to Yorkshire where he uncovers the impact the Industrial Revolution had here on everything from the people on our streets to the food on plates. He reveals how the Industrial Revolution brought immigrant workers, and with them their food cultures, to this area.

Season 1, Episode 1 - The East End

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Jamie kicks off his roadtrip close to home in the East End of London - uncovering his family's history and links to the area. The East End is a place where so many immigrants traditionally arrived in the UK - which is why it has always been a melting pot of culture.