Good, old-fashioned home baking is today's theme.
James returns to the restaurant where he made his name as a head chef, Hotel du Vin; chocolatier William Curley talks Japanese desserts; a trip to Lucy's On A Plate, a restaurant which has a night where the only thing on the menu is sweets.
James Martin returns to his old school in Yorkshire; he makes it his mission to teach cash-rich, time-poor city traders just how easy it is to make a crumble and meets up with Morfudd Richards, a pioneer in ice creams and sorbets.
James returns to his old catering college in Yorkshire and themes his puddings on the classic desserts he learned to make there; he challenges chef Andrew Pern to a cooking showdown and attends the British heats of the World Chocolate Masters.
James Martin visits places from his culinary past and cooks up some fantastic sweets; today's theme is best of British, as James returns to where he grew up and first started cooking, Castle Howard in Yorkshire.