- Something for the Weekend (2000s BBC TV series)
show_name = Something for the Weekend
caption = Current Something for the Weekend logo
Cookery, Drinks, Chat
picture_format = 720x576
runtime = 90 minutes
country = UK
BBC iPlayer, Virgin Media
8 October 2006
Tim Lovejoy Amanda Hamilton Simon Rimmer Andy Pearson
website= http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/tv_and_radio/sftw_index.shtml |
"Something For The Weekend" is a
BBC TwoTV show, broadcast on Sunday morning. The show is presented by former Soccer AM presenter Tim Lovejoy, and also features Amanda Hamilton, chef Simon Rimmer, and mixologist Andy Pearson.
The shows main presenters: Tim Lovejoy (Soccer AM), Simon Rimmer (Chef) and Amanda Hamilton, are joined by a various cocktail expert and a gadget expert for the show as well as special guests. The Presenters are often replaced while they are away.
Throughout the show, Simon Rimmer (assisted at times by Tim Lovejoy, Amanda and/or the celebrity guests) cooks three courses, and a lazy brunch. The recipes are available on the BBC website for a few days before each show airs, allowing viewers to buy the ingredients in advance, and cook along with the show.
The show always follows the same format including the 4 cooking segments, usually 2 guest interviews, 2 clips of the presenters choice of show (usually having been on BBC that week), a Real Hustle clip, a "Deja View" clip of an old programme (guess the year), a cocktail segment and a gadget round-up of 3 per show.
Guest that have appeared on the show are:
Sam and Mark, Bob the Builder, Tim's twin girls, Just Jack, Angelica Bell, Badly Drawn Boy, Danny Wallace, Gareth Gates, James Nesbitt, Calvin Harris, Kellie Shirley, Natalie Imbruglia, Matt Baker, Ruth Jones, Charlie Higson, Kyran Bracken, Kate Nash, Dom Joly, Cerys Matthews, Aled Jones, Patrick Kielty, Katy Melua, Mark Ronson, Ben Miller, Jessica Hynes, McFly, Richard Fleeshman, Charley Boorman, Hard-Fi,
Paddy McGuinness, Sid Owen, Denise Van Outen, Siobhan Donaghy, Denise Lewis, Sarah Beeny, Al Murray, Nina Wadia, Patrick Baladi, Westlife, Stephen Mangan, Bill Oddie, Matt Bardock, The Feeling(Dan & Rich), Freema Agyeman, Marti Pellow, James Cracknell,
Matt Dawson, Jamelia, Clare Balding, Craig David
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