Another Slice of Choccywoccydoodah Celebrity Chocolate and Cake Heaven on the Good Food TV Channel

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Choccywoccydoodah, the observational documentary series about the world-famous chocolatiers in Brighton, is back for a new series on the Good Food TV channel from 10 October. Follow Christine and the team as they continue to look after the latest influx of orders for exceptional cakes and chocolate creations for a wide range of celebrities. With their clientele ranging from foreign dignitaries to Madonna, Kylie Minogue and Johnny Depp, Choccywoccydoodah is not to be missed. Good Food can be found at Sky / HD 249 and Virgin 260

"Prepare to be amazed with the next instalment of Choccywoccydoodah the TV series, which showcases cakes, chocolate and celebrities."

Back by popular demand, the team at Choccywoccydoodah is opening its doors once more to its unique and internationally acclaimed chocolate and cake emporium, to provide further scrumptious insights into its maverick world for Good Food.

Prepare to be amazed as the next delicious installment of this observational documentary picks up where the last one left off, giving exclusive access to the world-class shop in Brighton, which produces more than 7,500 cakes every year and has a clientele ranging from foreign dignitaries to A-listers including Madonna, Johnny Depp and Kylie Minogue.

The team, overseen by chocolate matriarch Christine, and with creative captain Dave at the helm, continues to try to keep up with demand during their busiest time of year. Starting with Easter, they are tasked to build the most elaborate shop window that Brighton has ever seen. Picture a giant chocolate house, where bunnies live and the creation of a one off 60kg egg, which lives in a wheelbarrow and carries a price tag of £750!

The cameras will also be rolling as the team celebrate the unveiling of their Royal wedding themed shop window by staging a Mad Hatters Tea Party, complete with VIP guest Tara Palmer Tomkinson, who arrives in a stretched limousine, before being served tea and cake, by café manager Daveed.

This second ten-part Choccywoccydoodah feast, will showcase the team’s unconventional lives and work, as they cater for a whirlwind of glamorous society do’s and events including Boy George’s 50th birthday bash, with the cake being as extravagant and unusual as the evening itself.

New additions to the team include Donna, who is filling the extrovert shoes of Texan born Gina, as manager and front of house at the Choccywoccydoodah shop. She now faces a chocolate baptism of fire to impress Christine and show that she is up to the task.

With creative juices and chocolate flowing in abundance – the world-class team of chocolatiers from Choccywoccydoodah return to Good Food, weeknights at 9pm from Monday 10 October (Sky / HD 249, Virgin 260)

For more information and interview opportunities, please contact: Nicola Rowley, Lifestyle Publicist on 020 7 299 6271 or email: nicola.Rowley(at)uktv(dot)co(dot)uk

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About Good Food (

Good Food features all the biggest names in food, including Jamie Oliver, Gary Rhodes, James Martin, Rachel Allen, and The Hairy Bikers. Appealing to both the expert cook through to someone who just wants to have fun with food, Good Food delivers exciting originations such as Perfect…, Mitch and Matt's Big Fish, Rachel Allen: Bake!, alongside overseas titles such as Man v Food and Ace of Cakes

Where to find Good Food: Sky /HD channel 249 and Virgin TV channel 260.

About UKTV (

Formed in 1997, UKTV is an independent commercial joint venture, between BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, and Virgin Media.

Attracting 39 million viewers each month, the network consists of 10 distinctive channel brands – Watch, Gold, Dave, Alibi, Yesterday, Blighty, Eden, Home, Really and Good Food – offering a broad range of quality programming across entertainment, lifestyle and factual programming. UKTV currently operates 24 broadcast streams when multiplexes (+1s) and HD channels are taken into account, and 11 highly successful websites.

Promising to creatively connect its audiences with great programming, UKTV’s successful programming strategy combines quality content from the BBC with high profile original commissions and key acquisitions. All UKTV channels are distributed on Sky and Virgin Media. Dave, Really and Yesterday are also available on Freeview.

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