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Ainsley’s Good Mood Food | ITV 9 April 11:40am

Ainsley’s Good Mood Food | ITV 9 April 11:40am

Series overview

Join chef Ainsley Harriott for a second series celebrating delicious food that really boosts your mood! There’s no two ways about it – food can make you feel amazing. Food nourishes, it replenishes, it lifts you when you are down and keeps you smiling when you want to party.

Ainsley will be cooking in his own happy places, in his kitchen and on the beach, he’ll be showcasing some of the fabulous flavours, incredible ingredients and marvellous methods that go into meals that simply make you smile.

But that’s not all. Ainsley takes a riotous road-trip fuelled by his passion for the produce that has made him the happiest chef on Earth. And whilst Ainsley’s off on his adventures, friend and chef Joseph Dennison will also be taking to the road and meeting people up and down the country as they create their own version of happy, good-for-the soul food. Joseph will also be knocking up some tasty dishes using the produce he finds along the way. It’s an epicurean adventure across the UK, filled with the tastiest produce in the land!

Whether it’s vegetables in Devon, chocolate in York, lavender in Hampshire or peas in Lincolnshire, Ainsley and Joseph will be looking at how the very best produce is grown, created, or made.

Inspired by the people they meet, and food they find on their adventures Ainsley will be whipping up fantastic dishes guaranteed to make you happy.

Episode 1

A morning boost or an afternoon treat, chocolate and coffee are not only sure to liven you up, they’ll definitely put you in a good mood too! In his kitchen Ainsley has some delicious dishes made even more special with a dash of coffee or chocolate. Starting with an Italian classic, a Caponata served with fennel and cacao rubbed pork.

Out on the road, Ainsley has a marmalade masterclass courtesy of Victoria who shows off her espresso martini marmalade, a spread sure to perk you up! Marmalade adds a zesty kicky to Ainsley’s naughty chocolate swiss roll, smothered in a chocolate ganache.

Joseph has a masterclass of his own from hot chocolate shop owner Joe, who shows him the wonderful world of chocolates. Joseph is inspired by the café’s menu and whips up his own creation. Ainsley makes a gooey one pan mocha choc chip cookie…an indulgent treat!

Out on the beach Ainsley makes a crowd pleaser, his BBQ chicken wing platter with a secret ingredient… coffee!

April 9 @ 11:40
11:40 — 12:45 (1h 5′)

ITV

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July 2 @ 12:20
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BBC One

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Episode 4

Helen & Matt: Rochelle designs a master bedroom for Helen & Matt from Milton Keynes. Helen’s cancer diagnosis had kept her bed-bound, but now recovered, Helen is keen to leave all the bad memories behind.

July 4 @ 20:00
20:00 — 21:00 (1h)

W

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Freedom : 50 Years Of Pride | Channel 4 2 July 2022

Freedom : 50 Years Of Pride | Channel 4 2
The inspiring and important story of five decades of LGBTQ+ activism, told by the people who were there. This year marks the 50th anniversary of UK Pride. In this feature-length documentary, made in collaboration with Oscar-nominated director Stephen Daldry, and playwright Joe Robertson and the BFI, Channel 4 looks back at the origins and development of a remarkable movement. With contributions from people with a close relationship to Pride from across the decades – including Olly Alexander, Bimini, Lady Phyll, Sir Ian McKellen, Holly Johnson, Peter Tatchell, Cat Burns, MNEK, Tom Robinson, and Lucia Blayke – it weaves interview testimony and archive material with a series of specially-shot performances at London’s Royal Vauxhall Tavern. By turn heart-warming, mischievous, funny, shocking, and moving, this film explores the battles fought and the shifts in attitudes that have characterised queer activism over the last half-century; and explores the ways in which these changes have been influenced by and reflected at Pride. It tells some remarkable personal stories of courage, love, support, anger and determination that have defined 50 years of UK Pride. Part protest, part party, part performance, Pride has been and remains a vital, political, celebratory part of the ongoing battle for LGBTQ+ human rights. Exec Prods: Stephen Daldry, Joe Robertson, Alexander Leith, Simon George, Danielle Peck; Dirs: Peter Sweasey, Kim Maddever, Grace Chapman; Prod Co: BBC Studios

July 2 @ 20:00
20:00 — 21:30 (1h 30′)

Channel 4

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