James Martin: Saturday Morning chef makes huge announcement away from show

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James Martin: Saturday Morning chef makes huge announcement away from show 1

Saturday Morning host James Martin, 47, is currently self-isolating at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. The ITV favourite has now revealed some exciting news away from his regular cooking show.

The TV chef announced that the new series of his show, James Martin’s Islands to Highlands will be debuting on Monday.

In view of his 664,000 Twitter followers, the small-screen star wrote: “NEW SERIES! #IslandstoHighlands starts Monday at 2pm @itv. Join me as I take a culinary tour around the UK over the coming weeks. I’m joined by brilliant chefs and producers along the way. First stop the Isles of Scilly with @ChefGalton!” (sic)

Fans flocked to comment on the post, with many social media users revealing their excitement of the show’s return.

One person commented: “Oooh thank God for that, something to look forward to at last James! Starting the series with a bang, the best double act on TV! Can’t wait.”(sic)

His Saturday Morning cooking will continue as normal at the weekend.

Meanwhile, James stepped in to help an elderly care home resident in Chorley, Lancashire this week, after empty supermarket shelves have left many people struggling to find food.

The TV chef was moved to help the resident after he saw a heartbreaking video in which 92-year-old Lillian begged people to stop stockpiling food.

It comes as the UK Government was forced to put the UK on lockdown which restricts the public from venturing outdoors in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus.

James said Lillian reminded him of his late grandmother and tracked down her care home to send a food package.

In the original footage, which was posted on the care home’s Facebook page and circulated online, Lilian urged people to “think twice” before clearing the shelves.

She said: “I’m in a care home in Chorley, Lancashire. I beg all you people out there, who are going out and clearing the shelves of everything, to think about us in care homes and these poor people that are on their own and can’t get anybody to help them.

“So please, think twice before you go to clear the shelves. Please take care everybody, and God bless you all.”

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