Next Episode of Sunday Brunch is
Season 6 / Episode 41 and airs on 26 November 2017 09:00
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host Sunday Brunch, packed with celebrity guests, tasty cookery and chat.
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host the Sunday show with recipes and previews. Guests include Mark Gatiss, who talks about his TV drama Gunpowder. Michaela Strachan chats about The National Pet Show/SuperDogs Live, Reggie Yates discusses his book Unseen: My Journey, Scarlett Moffatt talks about her autobiography Me Life Story: The Funniest Book of the Year!, and there's music from Charlie Puth performing How Long.
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host the Sunday show with recipes and previews. Guests include Paul Hollywood, who talks about The Great British Bake Off and his new book A Baker's Life: 100 Fantastic Recipes, from Childhood Bakes to Five-Star Excellence. Sian Gibson and Johnny Vegas chat about TV comedy drama Murder on the Blackpool Express, Jon Ronson discusses his tour Psychopath Night, and there's music from First Aid Kit performing It's a Shame.
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host the Sunday show with recipes and previews. Guests include Bradley Walsh and Seal who talk about their new albums, Diane Morgan and Anna Maxwell Martin chat about the new series of Motherland on BBC2, while Clean Bandit featuring Julia Michaels, perform I Miss You live in the studio.
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host the Sunday chat show. Guests include Philip Glenister, Javone Prince, Ashley Jensen, Greg McHugh and Tom Grennan who performs Royal Highness live in the studio.
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host the Sunday show with recipes, previews and guests. Richard Osman drops in to discuss his book The World Cup of Everything, Shane Ritchie chats about his album A Country Soul, and Fearne Cotton enthuses about her new book Celebrity Juice and Happy: The Journal, while Kenny Dalglish gives the lowdown on the documentary film Kenny. There's music from Rae Morris who performs Atletico live in the studio.
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host the Sunday food and chat show. Guests include Len Goodman who talks about his box set album Len's Legends - Best of British, presenters Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes discuss their latest children's book The Stink Before Christmas, Kerry Fox gives the lowdown on her dark film comedy Brakes; while Midge Ure chats about his new studio album Orchestrated. Music is by Paloma Faith who performs live in the studio.
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