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Come Dine with Me is a popular Channel 4 television programme shown in the United Kingdom, produced by ITV Studios (formerly known as Granada) and as of 2013, Shiver Productions and first broadcast in January 2005. The show has either four or five amateur chefs competing against each other hosting a dinner party for the other contestants. Each competitor then rates the host's performance with the winner winning a £1,000 cash prize. An element of comedy is added to the show through comedian Dave Lamb, who provides a dry and "bitingly sarcastic" narration.
The format has been taken up by many other broadcasters throughout the world. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
Second to host in Blackpool and Preston is lady of leisure Jill, 49. She's hoping to wow her guests with an Italian menu and is proud of her Italian connection and the group are impressed that she's fluent in the lingo. Jill's not leaving any stone unturned in her effort to impress her guests; after all she has dined at The Ivy three times. Parole officer Bernard also name drops some of the places he has dined at and Windsor Castle is among them- which has the group in hysterics because it's not all what it seems.
Third up is cabin crew Mark, 36, who's hoping to wow his guests to an evening of fine dining, first class hosting and will be using all his aerial expertise to treat his visitors to a taste of sky-high service. From duck to venison to gin jelly cake- will Mark have what it takes to win the £1,000?
Fourth to host is 51-year-old parole officer Bernard. He's looking to woo his guests with the classic combination of an evening of Northern Soul and delicious grub. There's a double up on dishes causing a squabble with the starter which overshadows his evening and results in a walk-out during the main course. Can Bernard turn it around with his dance moves and win the £1000 prize?
It's the final day in Blackpool and Preston and health assistant Lisa is banking on her no-faff menu to bag the cash. But it's not going to be easy, especially after the criticisms that have been free-flowing across the week. Tonight home truths are revealed and temperatures soar, especially when Bernard gets the shock of his life as he's labelled boring, and he in turn tells Mark that he has been a drama queen. Lisa realises she needs to act quickly to change the atmosphere or risk losing out on the prize. Will things get too heavy, or has Lisa got enough as a host to pull it back and take the grand?
Lesley Joseph(Lesley Joseph)
Helen Lederer(Helen Lederer)
Ulrika Jonsson(Ulrika Jonsson)
Ben De Lisi(Ben De Lisi)
Bill Buckley(Bill Buckley)
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