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Nadiya's British Food Adventure

Nadiya's British Food Adventure is British Food TV series. Produced by BBC Studios Unscripted Productions. Stars: Nadiya Hussain. It debuted on Jul 17, 2017, on BBC Two. The series has 7.8 * rating by IMDb. Won the National Reality TV Award.


How Many Seasons Of Nadiya's British Food Adventure Are There: 1 (8 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on July 17, 2017

Finale: September 4, 2017

BBC Two, 8 episodes

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What Time Does Nadiya's British Food Adventure Start

Nadiya's British Food Adventure is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Mondays at 8 pm

Last episode:

S1E8 (Wales) - Air Date: Sep 04, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Nadiya's British Food Adventure review: smoked haddock and cheesy scones with the nation's darling - The Guardian - via Theguardian

So, after harvesting the asparagus, she does an alfresco veggie stir-fry with Indian five-spice (but there are six!) for Imogen, the asparagus lady, and her family. She makes some cheesy scones, because she was Britain’s baking champion, and learns from a former firefighter called Turan how to smoke a piece of haddock in a cardboard box. Why would you do that? I can see that if you had caught the haddock, it would be nice to smoke it yourself as well. But if you are buying the fish, why not just get the smoked one lying beside it on the fishmonger’s slab? Maybe I’m missing something …

Nadiya's British Food Adventure: Everything you need to know about Nadiya Hussain's new show - goodtoknow - via Goodtoknow

Great British Bake Off's Nadiya Hussain gets her own BBC show, Nadiya's British Food Adventure. - Slate Magazine - via Slate

What time is Nadiya's British Food Adventure on? - RadioTimes - via Radiotimes

Monday's best TV: Game of Thrones finale; Nadiya's British Food Adventure - The Guardian - via Theguardian

TV preview, Nadiya's British Food Adventure (BBC 1, Monday 8.30pm): how to bake a TV star from scratch - The Independent - via Independent

Maybe Channel 4 is losing its touch for easy publicity, but I am surprised that the provocatively titled Is Love Racist? The Dating Game hasn’t brewed up the usual media storm. The show purports to investigate whether dating apps have the effect of discouraging people from finding partners across cultural divides. There are so many controversies so easily sparked by such a premise that you’d think it would be the most talked-about show in the country by now. Anyway, it makes for interesting, if not necessarily convincing, viewing. 

SRSLY #103: Dunkirk / Nadiya's British Food Adventure / Brooklyn Nine-Nine - New Statesman - via Newstatesman


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