FOOD TELEVISION – Fridays from 21 September, 12.00pm, 4.00pm & 8.00pm

The Choccywoccydoodah team is back, creating chocolate mayhem and mischief wherever they go. As the nights draw in and chocolate becomes the food of choice, it’s time to be inspired by some truly spectacular creations. The Doodahs have plenty of orders to keep them busy from autumn to Christmas, from a wondrous stag’s head inspired cake design to be auctioned at a celebrity fundraiser with A-listers Ronnie Wood and Manolo Blahnik, to a really, really wicked cake, where the cast of Choccy get to hang out with the cast of this glittering West End Musical. And that’s just for starters.

FOOD TELEVISION – Sundays from 1 April, 3.30pm

Choccywoccydoodah is opening its doors once again to provide further scrumptious insights into its maverick world. Prepare to be amazed as the next delicious instalment of this observational documentary picks up where the last one left off, giving exclusive access to the world-class shop in Brighton. The team are tasked to build the most elaborate shop window that Brighton has ever seen for Easter – picture a giant chocolate house where bunnies live and the creation of a one-off 60kg egg, which carries a price tag of $750! The Royal wedding is celebrated with a Mad Hatters Tea Party, complete with a VIP guest-list and we showcase the team’s unconventional lives and work, as they cater for a whirlwind of glamorous events.

FOOD TELEVISION – Tuesdays from 21 June, 7.30pm

Choccywoccydoodah produce seriously amazing cakes, for a truly impressive list of celebrities; Madonna, Kylie Minogue and Hugh Grant have all commissioned cakes from the shop. At up to 6ft tall and with a price tag of a cool $9000, these cakes are works of art. Even Tim Burton called in the Choccywoccydoodah experts when he needed chocolate for his film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. This brand new series offers exclusive access behind the scenes with the amazing bakers – the creative forces behind the company who have followed their passion for cakes and are now earning fame for their beautiful sculptures, distinctive designs and delicious recipes. These cakes are unique edible art and almost too beautiful to eat.