Angela Hartnett, Glynn Purnell, and John Torode have all hosted several times.
As part of the tender for the production of the programme released in October 2016, it was confirmed that the show and Best Bites will remain on air until March 2020, airing 52 episodes and 50 episodes per year respectively.
It also confirmed the show will remain live and continue to feature guest chefs and archive content, but may see changes to the presenters.
Previously, the wine experts filmed on location at various supermarkets and wine shops around the UK.
These were typically filmed earlier in the week, and edited in time for the show.
The BBC archive was retained for the revamped format, with Worrall Thompson and the guest chefs preparing dishes, with the clips used to allow clean-up and "resetting" of the studio kitchen.
During the summer of 2004, the programme temporarily moved to BBC One and aired as Saturday Brunch, live from Worrall Thompson's home.The footage has most commonly come from Rick Stein and Keith Floyd, but have also featured James Martin, The Hairy Bikers, and Tom Kerridge, among many others.Before the introduction of the Heaven and Hell feature, the programme previously featured Worrall Thompson and guest chefs pitching a dish to be cooked, which the public voted on and a running total of wins were recorded by using fridge magnets.On 8 September 2012, the first episode was broadcast from a new studio set, which saw a new design and the addition of mains gas and running water.On 23 February 2016, Martin announced that he would be leaving the show to concentrate on other commitments, and "to have a lie in" on a Saturday. Among those to cover in Martin's absence were Tom Kerridge, Tony Singh, Rick Stein, Matt Tebbutt, Cyrus Todiwala, John Torode, Brian Turner, and Valentine Warner.Rotating hosts: Matt Tebbutt Michel Roux, Jr Donal Skehan Angela Hartnett Glynn Purnell John Torode Andi Oliver Former: Gregg Wallace (2002-2003) Antony Worrall Thompson (2003-2006) James Martin (2006-2016) the show was launched on 26 January 2002 and was originally broadcast as a BBC production for the Open University under an educational remit.