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Eat Your Heart Out With Nick Helm

Dave factual / sitcom series in which Nick Helm goes on a culinary journey. 16 episodes (1 series) in 2017. Features Nick Helm.

Series 1, Episode 6 - St. Albans

Nick returns to his family home town of St Albans for waffles with bacon, followed by a visit to his parents' house for his mum's prawn lasagne and a shoulder to cry on.

Further details

Nick returns to his family home town of St Albans for waffles with bacon, followed by a visit to his parents' house for his mum's prawn lasagne and a shoulder to cry on. After gate-crashing a St Albans Curry Club event for early dinner Nick meets up with an old school friend and they end their day like they always used to with a chicken roll from their local take-away.

Broadcast details

Date
Thursday 7th September 2017
Time
8:30pm
Channel
Dave
Length
30 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Nick Helm Host / Presenter
    Guest cast
    Tony Helm Guest
    Jean Helm Guest
    John Harrison Guest
    John Fagence Self
    Sam Piller Self
    Edward Dover Self
    Simon Blunt Self
    Tara Wright Self
    Gokhan Saglam Self
    Writing team
    Nick Helm Writer
    David Trent Writer (Additional Material)
    Production team
    Marcus Liversedge Series Director
    Simon Goodman Producer
    John Quinn Executive Producer
    Iain Coyle Executive Producer
    Matt Lamont Edit Producer
    Bob Pipe Edit Producer
    Brian P Campbell (as Brian P. Campbell) Editor
    Nick Hristou Editor
    Tom Palmer Director of Photography
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