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Million Pound Menu

Million Pound Menu is British Food TV series. Produced by Electric Ray. Stars: Fred Sirieix, Matthew Hawksley, David Page. Also known as Bogate menu in Poland. It first aired on May 17, 2018, on BBC Two. The series has 6.2 * rating by IMDb.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Million Pound Menu Are There: 2 (12 episodes)

Season 3

BBC Two

Season 2

Season premieres on January 8, 2019

Finale: February 19, 2019

BBC Two, 6 episodes

Season 1

Season premieres on May 17, 2018

Finale: June 21, 2018

BBC Two, 6 episodes

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What Time Does Million Pound Menu Come On

Million Pound Menu is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Tuesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S2E6 (Coracle, Oxalis, Hodge and Huggett - Modern British) - Air Date: Feb 19, 2019 (6 months ago)

News & Interviews

Tonight's TV: Million Pound Menu, Missions, and Me & My Mental Health - The National - by Thenational

DOCUMENTARY telling the stories of people living with schizo-affective disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, bipolar, suicidal thoughts, crippling depression and borderline personality disorder. Model Lily Bailey’s OCD means that she struggles to walk down the street without intrusive and often obscene thoughts wrecking innocent encounters with strangers. Plus, actor Adam Deacon believes his cannabis habit caused a psychosis that ended with him being sectioned under the Mental Health Act.

7 reasons to love Finca - the Liverpool restaurant on TV's Million Pound Menu - Liverpool Echo - per Liverpoolecho

Every photo of the Finca crew shows them either grinning slightly manically with foodie excitement or smiling contentedly like a cat that's just ripped apart your sofa leg and is now innocently curled up at your feet.

The week in TV: Patrick Melrose; Million Pound Menu; Myanmar Killing Fields and more - The Guardian - according to Theguardian

Phil Robertson of Human Rights Watch recalled how he met with key ambassadors, describing to them the situation as beyond ethnic cleansing – rather crimes against humanity. However, he got the impression they were overawed by Aung San Suu Kyi and could not believe she knew about wrongdoing. In fact, during the documentary there were criticisms galore of Myanmar’s once internationally feted Nobel laureate (for how much longer?), whose stonewalling response to the atrocities seems designed to keep the army onside and herself in power. This documentary poured shame upon her, and anyone else who finds it easier to look the other way.

BBC's Million Pound Menu to return for second series - per Bighospitality

"If you have a brilliant food concept, and if you want to prove that you have what it takes to launch a successful business, whether it is a restaurant, café, grab & go or something completely new, please fill out the application form in as much detail as possible," it says.

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