The knives (and forks) are out as a group of strangers compete for the title of ultimate dinner party host. And the £1000 on the table adds spice to the proceedings... Add to my shows


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Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x48
27.08.2012
 
Series 19, Paralympian Special 19x47
25.08.2012
Four Paralympians - retired swimmers Giles Long and Rachael Latham, shooter Ann Wild and dressage rider Lee Pearson - compete to win £1,000 for charity. The week begins with a `wear your worst tracksuit' evening hosted by Giles, followed by a sophisticated soiree courtesy of Ann on day two. On Lee's night he faces questions about how much of the cooking he has done himself, while for the final evening Rachael throws a lively Mexican-themed party.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x46
20.08.2012
Four amateur cooks compete for the £1,000 prize as the dinner-party challenge heads to north Cornwall. The fun begins at the home of exuberant bouncer Danielle Stephens, who immediately makes a big impression on lawyer Liz Ashton, while ladies' man Sam Bishop looks to impress surfer Tiva Dakar with tales of his nights on the town. As the week continues, one contestant takes a fancy to a fellow diner, while a more softly spoken member of the group tries to make themselves heard.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x45
13.08.2012
Four contestants compete to win the £1,000 cash prize in Enfield, north London, and two of them are soon vying to be the centre of attention. Burlesque dancer Charlie Hunt impresses with her food and some racy entertainment, but Habiba Hrida thinks nudity has no place at a dinner party, and serves up an evening featuring impromptu `rockabilly poetry'.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x44
06.08.2012
Four contestants take part in a week of competitive dining in Surrey, hoping to win the £1,000 cash prize. Well-heeled estate agent James Quantrell hosts the first evening, with a best of British theme, and the group dynamics soon become a talking point. Project manager Sandhya Gadsby is not impressed by James's tales of public-school antics or pensioner Cherry Hughes' old-fashioned values, while Cherry clashes with tattoo artist Lee Jackson. As the nights unfold, the divisions become clear, but is it a class divide or something more surprising?
 
Series 19, Episode 35 19x43
04.08.2012
Solicitor Katherine Waldemar Brown hosts the final night of the competition in Swansea, and asks her guests to adhere to a tarts-and-vicars dress code. She hopes her sophisticated menu will impress her fellow diners, but the evening is threatened by their unruly behaviour. The winner of the £1,000 prize is then announced.
 
Series 19, Episode 34 19x42
03.08.2012
Karen Wood hosts the fourth dinner party challenge in Swansea and hopes to impress not only with her buffet-style menu, but also by providing a hot tub. However, the diners' mixed expectations about her cooking skills, together with a series of mishaps during the day, mean the outcome is far from certain.
 
Series 19, Episode 33 19x41
02.08.2012
Rugby player Keith Larrard hosts as the competition in Swansea reaches the midway point. He hopes to impress his guests with a Jackson 5 theme and a naked butler, but they fear he will be too clumsy and laid-back to succeed and are confused by a cryptic menu with dishes including Shoulder Sheep Sh'Moan.
 
Series 19, Episode 32 19x40
01.08.2012
Teacher James Knight hosts a school-themed party on the second night in Swansea, complete with children's party games and bangers and mash. As well as entertaining his guests, James will have to keep tensions between Karen and Jen to a minimum if he is to stand a chance of winning the £1,000 prize at the end of the week.
 
Series 19, Episode 31 19x39
31.07.2012
Fitness fanatic Jen Edwards throws the first in a series of parties in Swansea, but despite claiming to be a confident cook, she fumbles with her choice of starter. Despite trouble in the kitchen, the first course goes down well, and the host decides to get her guests to work up an appetite for dessert with a Zumba dance workout.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x38
30.07.2012
Olympic athletes past and present compete in the dinner-party challenge to win £1,000 for a charity of their choice. Bronze medal-winning hurdler Tasha Danvers hosts a Jamaican carnival-themed night that features a surprisingly revealing costume, while retired swimmer Mark Foster's evening includes a game that ignites his guests' competitive spirit. Later in the week, former 400m runner Derek Redmond finds plenty of faults with 2012 heptathlete Louise Hazel's soiree - but will his criticisms return to haunt him?
 
Series 19, Episode 30 19x37
28.07.2012
Hypnotherapist Russell Stubbs hosts the final dinner party in Crewe and Nantwich, Cheshire, hoping to impress his guests with a rock-night theme. In a bid to improve his chances of claiming the £1,000 prize, he prepares a meal using British produce, before the winner is announced.
 
Series 19, Episode 29 19x36
27.07.2012
Student Emma Davies hosts the fourth dinner party in the Crewe and Nantwich area of Cheshire, and tries to woo her guests with a creative menu featuring stuffed pork and a homemade gnocchi starter, and a musical performance.
 
Series 19, Episode 28 19x35
26.07.2012
Landscape gardener Darren Leech hosts the third dinner party in and around Crewe and Nantwich, Cheshire. He hopes to impress his guests with fine food including smoked haddock and black pudding, and chicken pie, and entertainment that involves laughing at his bottom.
 
Series 19, Episode 27 19x34
25.07.2012
Housewife Pip Massey welcomes the diners to her home for the second dinner party of the week in the Crewe and Nantwich area of Cheshire. As a fortysomething woman who lunches and is used to entertaining, she has high hopes that all those years of practice will make her glamorous evening a success.
 
Series 19, Episode 26 19x33
24.07.2012
Housewife Pip Massey welcomes the diners to her home for the second dinner party of the week in the Crewe and Nantwich area of Cheshire. As a fortysomething woman who lunches and is used to entertaining, she has high hopes that all those years of practice will make her glamorous evening a success.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x32
23.07.2012
Competitive sportswoman Lauren hosts the first of four dinner parties in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, with an evening of hearty grub and glitzy fun. But the male guests - amateur-theatre enthusiast Ben and racing-car driver John - quickly bring proceedings down to their level of banter, and party girl Julia struggles to hide her frustration as she spends all week in their company. On Ben's night, his starter of squirrel causes a stir and the sports day-themed entertainment brings out Lauren's ruthless streak.
 
Series 19, Episode 25 19x31
21.07.2012
Jilly Pollock hosts the fifth and final party in Liverpool, inviting her fellow contestants to a black-tie event. She prepares a selection of self-styled dishes for her diners, including figs, hot beef and berry delight, and hopes an evening of ballroom dancing will ease tensions following the previous night's arguments.
 
Series 19, Episode 24 19x30
20.07.2012
Rock music enthusiast Glen Simpson hosts the fourth dinner party in Liverpool. He rustles up sticky blackened pork and an Elvis-inspired dessert of deep fat-fried chocolate bars with home-made peanut butter and banana ice-cream, but grievances among the guests threaten to derail the evening's entertainment.
 
Series 19, Episode 23 19x29
19.07.2012
Model and barrister Cynthia Umezulike hosts the third dinner party in Liverpool, and hopes her meal including tribal fish, a traditional Nigerian jeloff and an exotic fruit platter will impress her guests.
 
Series 19, Episode 22 19x28
18.07.2012
Model and barrister Cynthia Umezulike hosts the third dinner party in Liverpool, and hopes her meal including tribal fish, a traditional Nigerian jeloff and an exotic fruit platter will impress her guests.
 
Series 19, Episode 21 19x27
17.07.2012
Barber Kenny Flynn hosts the first dinner party in Liverpool. His party has a 'big kids' theme, so he prepares burger buns striped like a zebra and baby octopuses that look similar to spiders. His guests are Nigerian model Cynthia Umezulike, biker Glen Simpson, businessman Rob Spicer and Jill Pollock.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x26
16.07.2012
The dinner-party contest heads to the Peterborough area, as four hosts compete for the £1,000 prize. Personal assistant Claire Mazurek hosts the first soiree, but it becomes clear this will be a week in which the relationships between the guests overshadow the cooking. Hairdresser Kristian Beckham's flirty behaviour annoys managing director Nimon Davey, who then falls out with Claire - leaving fourth contestant Karen Hingston facing an uphill battle to lighten the mood.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x25
14.07.2012
Four amateur chefs in Nottingham compete for the £1,000 prize. Pensioner Jean Lintorn, wrestler `Psycho' Stevie Flint, mother Jess Hardacre and marketing director Scott Whittaker take turns hosting dinner parties, featuring a Mexican menu, a bout of singing, a debate on sexism, and sangria served in a garage that has been turned into a bar.
 
Series 19, Episode 20 19x24
14.07.2012
Country enthusiast Susan Rogers hosts the final dinner party in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, hoping her French cuisine will win her extra points. She also demonstrates her skills with an accordion and gives her guests an origami masterclass, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 19, Episode 19 19x23
13.07.2012
Choir director Joseph Benneh hosts the fourth dinner party in Milton Keynes, hoping the flavours from his homeland Ghana and a vocal masterclass will prove a winning combination. The guests' expectations are high, so he is under pressure to hit the spot with a menu that includes chicken liver pate, and groundnut soup with coconut rice.
 
Series 19, Episode 18 19x22
12.07.2012
Stuart Henson hosts a safari-themed dinner party on the third night in Milton Keynes. He hopes his exotic menu of zebra steak and `elephant dung surprise' will please his guests, but after the insults of the previous night faces a difficult challenge to persuade his fellow diners to get along.
 
Series 19, Episode 17 19x21
11.07.2012
Recruitment executive Michelle Watson welcomes the diners to her home for the second dinner party of the week in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, but the previous night's host Ray Dodd is hungry for revenge following stinging criticism of his efforts. Her cooking also fails to impress Joseph Benneh, meaning her hopes of scooping the week's prize rest with her choice of entertainment.
 
Series 19, Episode 16 19x20
10.07.2012
Driving instructor Ray Dodd hosts the first dinner party in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, but finds his guests a difficult crowd to please. Recruitment executive Michelle Watson turns her nose up at the salmon starter, while choir director Joseph Benneh sends his steak back to the kitchen.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x19
07.07.2012
Four amateur chefs host dinner parties in Telford, Shropshire, hoping to win the £1,000 prize. Lettings agent Donna Daly begins the week with a menu she hopes will please her male guests, before catering manager Ian Carter, management consultant Sarah Ashley-Ruff and IT test manager Adam Hurlin take turns to impress their fellow diners.
 
Series 19, Episode 15 19x18
07.07.2012
Corset-maker Serine Daou hosts the final night of the culinary competition in Reading, Berkshire, and hopes to impress with her burlesque-themed party. When the gourmet burgers she dishes out fail to impress, it is left to the evening's entertainment to put her back on course for the £1,000 prize.
 
Series 19, Episode 14 19x17
06.07.2012
The fourth dinner party in Reading sees fitness fanatic Sabi Phagura putting her healthy regimen to one side to host a Bhangra-themed evening. Unfortunately, neither the traditional Indian food on the table nor the entertainment seem to impress the guests.
 
Series 19, Episode 13 19x16
05.07.2012
Mature student Richard Howse hosts the third dinner party in Reading, using a menu and set of instructions provided by his girlfriend to guide him. A treasure hunt brings out Glen Wilkie's feelings about Serine Daou, Sonya Smith dislikes some of the gluten-free food and, for the third night in a row, Sabi Phagura is served a plate of meat she will not eat.
 
Series 19, Episode 12 19x15
04.07.2012
Londoner Glen Wilkie hosts the second dinner party of the week in Reading, and is confident of victory. However, a disaster with his dessert gets the day off to a bad start, and his main course, which he has chosen to call Bambi on a Plate, leaves one guest in tears - while another flatly refuses to eat it.
 
Series 19, Episode 11 19x14
03.07.2012
Fun-loving Sonya Smith is the first to host the dinner-party challenge from Reading, and aims to win over the guests with a Touch of Sparkle theme. Aware her cooking skills leave a lot to be desired, she hopes to bungle her way through the night, and though she is amused by the kitchen chaos, not everyone is impressed.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x13
02.07.2012
Bindi Holding hosts the third dinner party of the week in north London, where she hopes to impress her guests with an Asian fusion menu while getting them in the party mood by serving mojitos - only for Nicole to upstage her during a 1970s-style party game.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x12
30.06.2012
Four amateur cooks from West Yorkshire compete in the culinary challenge in a bid to bag the £1,000 prize. Solar-panel engineer Julian Haddock, student Henry Trevelyan Thomas, sweet-shop owner Jilly Graham and Zumba instructor Rachel Keighley take turns hosting evenings featuring wetsuits, Willy Wonka outfits and a rave in a shed.
 
Series 19, Episode 10 19x11
30.06.2012
Contestants try to outdo each other by throwing the perfect dinner party, which is then judged on its merits by their rivals.
 
Series 19, Episode 9 19x10
29.06.2012
Contestants try to outdo each other by throwing the perfect dinner party, which is then judged on its merits by their rivals.
 
Series 19, Episode 8 19x09
28.06.2012
Contestants try to outdo each other by throwing the perfect dinner party, which is then judged on its merits by their rivals.
 
Series 19, Episode 7 19x08
27.06.2012
Contestants try to outdo each other by throwing the perfect dinner party, which is then judged on its merits by their rivals.
 
Series 19, Episode 6 19x07
26.06.2012
Contestants try to outdo each other by throwing the perfect dinner party, which is then judged on its merits by their rivals.
 
Series 19, Come Dine With Me 19x06
23.06.2012
Four amateur chefs from Hampshire host dinner parties for the chance to win £1,000. Mother-of-four and college lecturer Selena Bartlett, rock band member and vegan Jhon Cosgrove, retired boat enthusiast Anson Lane and hairdresser Terese Scott take turns hosting evenings featuring face painting, nudity, and a menu including spicy peanut soup and fake steak pie.
 
Series 19, Episode 5 19x05
23.06.2012
Retired golfer David Witcher hosts the final evening in Kingston upon Thames, south-west London, and hopes to impress with an American-themed menu, including Wyoming slow-cooked ribs and Louisiana seafood chowder. After dinner, he entertains his guests with a bucking bronco, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
 
Series 19, Episode 4 19x04
22.06.2012
Photographer Jamie Baker hosts the fourth party in London, and his ambitious menu of langoustine and crab ravioli, herb crusted rack of lamb, and milloux of chocolate - combined with his choice of evening entertainment - go down well until an unexpected turn of events scuppers his plans.
 
Series 19, Episode 3 19x03
21.06.2012
Sarah Brice hosts the third dinner party in Kingston upon Thames, hoping to impress her guests with her own take on dishes including prawns, lamb and chocolate mousse. Ken Oputa tries to make an impression on the female contestants with his romantic poetry, but finds Erika Sager switches her attentions to his rival Jamie Baker.
 
Series 19, Episode 2 19x02
20.06.2012
Interior designer Erika Sager hosts the second dinner party of the week on board her boat in Kingston upon Thames, south-west London, and invites her guests to dress up as pirates. However, despite the unconventional setting, her rivals are all impressed by the standard of her food and hospitality.
 
All in One: Celebrity Special, Derek Hatton, Edwina Currie, Rod Liddle, Brian Paddick 19x01
07.05.2010
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