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Bone Soup has been commissioned to produce a second season of their mouth-watering series Tom Kerridge’s Sunday Lunch. In Series 2, Tom Kerridge will show viewers how to cook more delicious Sunday lunch recipes, including classic British dishes as well as menus inspired by Spanish and Chinese cuisines. There’ll be Tom’s twist on chicken and chips and each menu includes a delicious dessert that can be made ahead. The 8×30 series will air on Food Network, along with an hour-long Christmas special enriching the festive season with new flavours.


Bone Soup has been commissioned to produce a brand new 8-part series for Food Network.

In Tom Kerridge’s Sunday Lunch, Tom shows viewers how to cook delicious Sunday lunches, ranging from classic British dishes for every season to menus inspired by Mexican and Indian cuisines. There’s even a posh fish and chips and each menu also includes a fabulous dessert to finish the meal in style.

These are meals made with love and care to treat family and friends. Drawing on fond childhood memories of Sunday lunch, Tom reminds us that this special meal in our busy week is worth taking our time over.

Tom Kerridge’s Sunday Lunch will premiere on Food Network and discovery+ on Monday 29 August 2022.

Tom will return later in the year with a special extended episode,  Tom Kerridge’s Christmas Dinner, where he’ll take viewers through some of his favourite festive dishes and show them how to make it a Christmas Day to remember.

Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Award winners

Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Award winners

September 2021

Bone Soup celebrate scooping the Programme Award at this year’s Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards for the ‘timely, critically-acclaimed’ Saving Britain’s Pubs with Tom Kerridge.



September 2021

Saving Britain’s Pubs with Tom Kerridge wins the RTS West Award for Factual.


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May 2021

Bone Soup is producing all the video content for footballer Marcus Rashford and chef Tom Kerridge’s new initiative to end child food poverty in the UK – Full Time Meals.

Every week for a year, Marcus and Tom are posting a brand new easy-to-make recipe tutorial on Instagram to help families get cooking at home.  Marcus is learning to cook using these recipes and a host of big-name celebrities have signed up to cook along too. Their efforts are being filmed, edited and posted weekly by Bone Soup.

“This project is for every child and I really hope parents and carers will benefit from having a bit of valuable time together in the kitchen when family activity is heavily restricted by financial restraints,” Marcus says.

Tom has created 52 delicious, family-friendly recipes as part of this 12-month programme. The recipes are simple and easy to follow with emphasis on limited equipment and inclusion of store cupboard goods with a longer shelf life.

No child should ever have to go to bed hungry. Today, far too many do. Before Covid-19 hit, 4.2 million children were living in poverty in the UK. Marcus Rashford’s ambition is to shine a bright light on this urgent national issue, but more importantly to equip children with vital life skills to support and help them as they navigate into adult life. The Full Time Meals initiative focuses on food education and kitchen confidence with the help of Tom Kerridge who is now part of the National Food Strategy team.

Find more information about the campaign and all the recipe videos on Instagram #FullTimeMeals

Saving Britain’s Pubs with Tom Kerridge

Saving Britain’s Pubs with Tom Kerridge

Thursdays 12th, 19th and 26th November 2020 at 8pm on BBC TWO

British pubs, known the world over, have been part of our way of life for centuries. At the neighbourhood ‘local’, generations have unwound after a hard day’s work, toasted their victories and drowned their sorrows. To this day it remains the beating heart of our communities.

But this great British institution is in crisis. Between 2000 and 2019 over 13,000 pubs called last orders for ever. That’s one in four of our beloved boozers lost, never to return.

In late 2019 Tom Kerridge, landlord of three innovative pubs, decided to fight back on behalf of the industry he loves. He found four pubs in peril and threw his energy and business know-how into securing their long-term futures.

When Tom came on board, The White Hart, a remote Cornish freehouse, was barely staying afloat despite the support of its loyal locals. The landlords of the Prince Albert, a popular music pub in Gloucestershire, were hampered by the terms of their tenancy with a big pub company. The Golden Anchor, a once-vibrant leasehold in South London, had been left behind by neighbourhood gentrification.  And the Black Bull in Gartmore, Scotland, had just been bought by its local community in a bid to save it from property developers.

Tom urged these pubs to modernise and diversify what they were offering to suit the changing demands of pub-goers. He worked shoulder to shoulder with the publicans to make their businesses fit for the future. Things were looking up.

But, without warning, everything they were working towards came to a shattering halt with the arrival of Covid-19. All 47,000 pubs in Britain were forced to close. Now Tom’s own pubs faced a fight for survival too.

‘Saving Britain’s Pubs’ dramatically reveals the nation’s love of pubs and the compelling reasons why we must protect them.