The future of cooking, Heston tells us, lies in the secret recipes of the past. The gastronomic adventurer heads back in time through a myriad of historical and mythical culinary worlds on a mission to recreate famous period dishes for the ultimate 21st century banquets.
Heston goes 70s retro, plundering the technicolour wonderland of his boyhood culinary experiences for a feast featuring savoury ice lollies, a luxury school dinner of spam fritters, lumpy mash and cabbage, and a flying dessert.
Heston explores the 1960s, an amazing age of food experimentation, with a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory feast for celebrity diners including actress Tamsin Egerton and singer Mica Paris, featuring lickable wallpaper, psychedelic duck a l'orange and a magic mushroom woodland dish.
Heston creates a spectacular Tudor feast for a group of celebrity diners. Dishes include frog blamanche, a specially created mythical beast and bone marrow rice pudding.
Heston creates a banquet based on favourite 19th century horror novels like Dracula and Frankenstein, including blood risotto and an edible monster, and polished off with an edible graveyard for dessert with edible breasts.
Heston makes a fairytale meal featuring a Cinderella pumpkin, a stuffed boar's head inspired by Snow White, and an edible Hansel and Gretel house for pudding.
Heston Blumenthal creates a Roman feast of pig nipple scratchings, calf's brain custard, a hog filled with edible intestines and an unusual ejaculating cake for a group of celebrity diners.
Heston returns to the 1980s, cooking up sake champagne in a giant mobile phone with edible sushi money, the ultimate toasted sandwich, a power lobster in the microwave, and a weightless floating dessert combining Vienetta and tiramisu.
Heston Blumenthal creates a medieval magical feast for celebrity diners - chef Andi Oliver, actor Bill Paterson, choreographer Craig Revel Horwood, Germaine Greer and actor John Thomson.
Heston picks his favourite dishes from his first series of Feasts, including meat fruit from the middle ages, a mesmerising mock turtle soup from his trippy Victorian Feast, an ejaculating cake from Ancient Rome, and an edible monster from the times of Henry VIII called a cockentrice.
Renowned chef Heston Blumenthal is creating his own Mad Hatter's tea party for a group of celebrity diners including Rageh Omaar, Gemma Redgrave, Dawn Porter, Toby Young and Richard Bacon.
Heston lays on an adventurous Edwardian feast worthy of being served on the Titanic. The menu features an Antarctic roll served on edible snow, inspired by Scott of the Antarctic, and a camel burger, inspired by Lawrence of Arabia.