Nigella Lawson is heading back to the BBC, on a mission to “infuse every day with pleasure and flavour”, in a new BBC2 series later this year.
Six-parter Nigella: At My Table marks the well-loved TV chef’s return to the BBC after two years and will see her continue with her trademark focus on indulgent home cooking.
“I’m excited to be making this new series and to share with viewers many new recipes alongside favourites that have evolved as I’ve cooked them over the years,” said Nigella.
“At My Table continues my celebration of home cooking, infusing everyday with pleasure and flavour. What matters most in life is the connections we have with each other and food is always at the heart of this.”
The new series was announced by the BBC’s head of factual commissioning Alison Kirkham at the launch of the Corporation’s 2017 slate of factual programming on Thursday night.
Other upcoming shows include a documentary on the 50th anniversary of The Abortion Act fronted by Anne Robinson, Chris Packham’s Me and My Asperger’s, and a three-part series following Miriam Margolyes on a 1,000 mile trip across middle America, in which she will examine how the country’s political landscape has changed since Donald Trump’s election.
Nigella: At My Table will air on BBC2 later this year