Rick Stein's Cornwall

Series 1

Series 1, Episode 10

3.0 2 x
Rick heads into the china clay pits to discover what is known locally as white gold, one of Cornwall’s most important industries. Later, he cooks a simple sea bass and visits his niece at Land's End.

Series 1, Episode 9

3.0 7 x
At Golitha Falls, where the River Fowey tumbles down to the sea, Rick meets Dawn French, who has made Cornwall her home. Later, he boards the world's busiest chain ferry and cooks up a delicious duck.

Series 1, Episode 15

3.0 8 x
As Rick’s Cornish odyssey comes to an end, he takes a city break in Truro, where he discovers an unusual ghost story and tours the magnificent cathedral.

Series 1, Episode 14

4.0 7 x
Rick explores the history of West Penwith, the most westerly place in mainland England. Later, he follows an ancient track in search of Cornwall’s oldest building.

Series 1, Episode 13

4.0 11 x
Rick is at Tintagel, Cornwall’s most mythical location and the birthplace of the tale of King Arthur. Later, he explores the role of Methodism in Cornish history and meets a family who grow saffron.

Series 1, Episode 12

3.0 6 x
Rick travels across the Roseland Peninsula, starting with a spot thought to have been visited by Jesus, before visiting picturesque St Mawes and the attractive harbourside village of Mousehole.

Series 1, Episode 11

4.0 13 x
Rick explores the postwar British modern art movement in the seaside town of St Ives, before fishing for a mullet at the Lizard Peninsula and learning about Cornwall's unusual emblem at Land's End.

Series 1, Episode 4

3.0 7 x
Rick discovers an unusual superstition and a rare type of Norman castle in Launceston, before meeting musicians Graham Fitkin and Ruth Wall in the far west of Cornwall.

Series 1, Episode 8

4.0 32 x
On the wild north Atlantic coast, Rick heads out to sea to go fishing for lobsters with his old friend and celebrity chef Nathan Outlaw, before helping to cook up a lobster risotto.

Series 1, Episode 7

4.5 38 x
Rick explores one of Cornwall’s hidden secrets, the secluded and stunning Fowey Estuary. Later on, he makes a delicious pancake with a wild blackberry compote and Cornish clotted cream.
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