NEW cooking show A Celebrity Taste of Italy is back on our screens TONIGHT and it features a whole lot of familiar faces.
But when is the show on Channel 5, who are the celebrities and what is it all about? Here is everything you need to know.
What time is A Celebrity Taste Of Italy on Channel 5?
Celebrity Taste of Italy is back on TONIGHT, (Friday, October 6), at 9pm on Channel 5.
The episode will last an hour, and will continue on a weekly basis at the same time.
Tonight, the show goes up against Have I Got News For You on BBC One, Gardeners’ World on BBC Two, Cold Feet on ITV and Gogglebox on Channel 4.
What happens in the show?
Celebs Ian Lavender, Rula Lenska, Judith Chalmers, Johnny Ball and Diana Moran are packed off to stunning Tuscany to learn how to cook.
They will be staying in a shared villa and help to prepare a classic Italian lunch, featuring chicken liver pate, bread, cheese and vegetables.
The celebs will provide plenty of drama, as Rula flirts with the locals constantly and Johnny Ball confesses his lack of cooking ability.
There will be shopping trips, cooking lessons and exercise classes for the team to get through as they learn about the local culture and cuisine.
Who are the celebrity guests?
English stage, film and television actor Ian Lavender is best known for his role as Private Pike in BBC comedy series Dad’s Army.
He has done his time on soap operas too, having played the role of Derek Harkinson on EastEnders.
After joining in 2001, he continued on the drama for four years before touring with The Rocky Horror Show musical as the Narrator.
He has done bits of other TV too, as he has also been seen on Casualty.
Rula has been in many popular TV series, such as Doctor Who, EastEnders and Minder, where she met her husband, actor Dennis Waterman.
She has also performed on stage, appearing in shows such as Seven Deadly Sins, Four Deadly Sinners and 84 Charing Cross Road.
You may also recognise her from intermittent appearances on Coronation Street between 2009 and 2011, where she played Claudia Colby, a ‘friend’ and rival of Audrey Roberts.
TV presenter Judith Chalmers is best known for presenting travel programme Wish You Were Here..? between 1974 and 2003.
During the 1980s, she was a regular host of the Miss World contest on ITV, and presented BBC Radio 2’s mid-morning show between 1990 and 1992, taking over from Ken Bruce.
Most recently, she has made appearances on chat show programmes such as This Morning and the Graham Norton show.
Children’s television presenter Johnny Ball was a regular fixture throughout the late 1970s and into the 1980s, hosting shows such as Think of a Number, Think Again and Johnny Ball Reveals All which aired on BBC and ITV.
In 2004, he was named in the Radio Times list of top 40 most eccentric TV presenters of all time.
His daughter is Zoe Ball, who is currently presenting Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.
Fitness guru Diana Moran is most well known for hosting the popular exercise segment of BBC1’s Breakfast Time programme between 1983 and 1987.
She became known as The Green Goddess due to her trademark green leotard.
You may also know her from her appearances on the Overseas Property Channel, and she was a regular contributor to The Wright Stuff on Channel 5.