Last week of James Martin's French Adventure

Published: 20 February 2017 - 15:50

James Martin's French Adventure’ is on ITV at 3pm every day this week.

In this brand new food travel series, the TV chef is travelling through France to locations that inspired his culinary career.

Holidaying and studying in France as a teenager, the country was influential in establishing his love for food.

Hitting the open road on a journey of nostalgia, the show follows James as he retraces the TV trip that his role model Keith Floyd (who was also a celebrity cook) once took 30 years ago, while also visiting the places that carved his gastronomic beginnings.

Today (Monday February 20) James visits Normandy. He continues onto Giverny tomorrow (Tuesday February 21) and then moves to Paris (Wednesday January 22), Palace of Versailles (Thursday February 23) and finally – in the last episode of the series - Bois de Boulonge (Friday February 24).

Paying homage to Keith, James travels the length and breadth of the country in Floyd’s very own Citroen 2CV which he owned for 16 years, as he rediscovers the cuisine and the country closest to his and Keith’s heart.


01 March 2017 11:56:19
Pete Constant.

What a delight what a programme a joy to watch this man entertain, his boyish charm captivates you and leaves you wanting more. Well done to whoever came up with this and please can we have more.

 Thank you James you are an inspiration even to a sixty nine year old.

  Regards and best wishes Pete.

26 February 2017 20:38:23

are you sure that was a pike the guy cooked up in the monet show ????

looked more like a Zander to my fishing friends???

21 February 2017 20:57:52
Cyndy Johnson

What a fantastic series, came back from holiday Feb 12 and found this programmme, and just hope hat we have not missed any of it. James martin a fantastic raconteur and just the one to pay homage to Keith Floyd, his all time hero.  Is there going to be a book on the series.

James certainly makes TV viewing worthwhile, no bull, just straight forward chat with a delighful twist to his humour.

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