Combining delicious food with travel, the amiable chef James Martin travels to Brittany, retracing the journey he made as a student cook and cooking classic French cuisine, with a British twist.
James and his chums The Hairy Bikers return to the pretty coastal town of Concarneau to enjoy the wide variety of ultra-fresh seafood displayed in the market.
It is the Hairy Bikers' last day with James in Brittany, and the lads park up their trailer near the market at Pont-Avens, 14km East of Concarneau.
James is joined by his friend and fellow chef Martin Blunos for a dawn raid on the fish and vegetable market in the attractive old town of Vannes.
With the trailer still parked up near Vannes, James and Martin Blunos find the über-fresh seafood in the old Les Halles de Poissons catches their imagination.
James is back in Pornic, the seaside town where he trained and worked when he was 14.
James is back on the beach in Brittany, reliving his work experience student days!
After all this time eating fish, James Martin and guest chef Lawrence Keogh would like to tuck into some tasty meat, and the market at Saint-Servan provides lots of inspiration.
James and guest chef Lawrence Keogh have parked the Airstream in the grounds of an equestrian school, but they are not planning to cook horse.