SATURDAY morning with James Martin has been an instant hit.
But who will be joining the chef on this weekend’s show? Here is what you need to know about his celeb guests…
When is Saturday Morning With James Martin on, and which channel?
Saturday Morning with James Martin is back on our screens again this weekend with a repeated episode.
You can catch it on ITV1 at 9.25am until 11.20am.
This Saturday’s episode is the 23rd of a mammoth run of 40 shows.
If you miss it, you can catch it again on the ITV Hub.
What is the format of Saturday Morning with James Martin?
Unlike Saturday Kitchen, Saturday Morning with James Martin is not live and is pre-recorded.
The show is filmed from his own personal home.
It features different star guests every week.
What guests will be on Saturday Kitchen with James Martin?
This weekend, James will be accompanied on his culinary adventures by GMB presenter Kate Garraway and chef Lisa Allen.
He’ll also be taking on another cooking challenge while being thrown about by Jason Platon in his Ariel Nomad racing car.
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What was the show that James Martin used to present?
James previously presented Saturday Kitchen, which airs on BBC One, but he quit the show in February 2016.
The easy-viewing entertainment series continues to air on the BBC without him.
The show is now fronted by Matt Tebbutt, who brings guest presenters on.