“Choccywoccydoodah” returning to Good Food

The colorfully named cake shop in Brighton will once again be featured in two upcoming seasons on UKTV's food dedicated channel.
July 6, 2011

Obs-doc series Choccywoccydoodah has been renewed for two more full seasons on UKTV food channel Good Food.

The series takes its name from the colorfully-named cake shop in Brighton that counts Madonna, Johnny Depp and Kylie Minogue among its clientele, and features the exploits of “chocolate matriarch” Christine and “creative captain” Dave (pictured above with Boy George on the occasion of the singer’s 50th birthday). The 10 x 30-minute series is produced by Twofour Broadcast.

The second series will premiere this October, with the third expected to air in the first quarter of 2012. The show was re-commissioned by UKTV commissioning editor, Shirani Sabaratnam, and ordered by Good Food’s interim director of lifestyle, Clare Laycock, and UKTV director of commissioning, Jane Rogerson.

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