It could end up me & Mrs erimus may even get a mention at the end of the fun night's series as the only ones who watched til the very end & even turned off the lights
Ah, poor Gregg, indeed a failed greengrocer. But he also had two London restaurants that went bust. One was, according to The Grocer magazine, managed by a hotel chain that dropped him following a brawl he had in one of their other hotels. You can take the boy out of Peckham...More a failed green grocer than a restaurant owner I think but yes agree with your premise. His documentaries on those iconic British factories were ruined by his irritating over the top jokiness and jollity.
Yes he did. Think he milked the restaurants to prop up his ailing market garden supply business. Either way he hasnt a great record in business and left creditors of the green grocery (mainly farmers) owing £500k.Ah, poor Gregg, indeed a failed greengrocer. But he also had two London restaurants that went bust. One was, according to The Grocer magazine, managed by a hotel chain that dropped him following a brawl he had in one of their other hotels. You can take the boy out of Peckham...
Wouldn’t expect anything less of you, enjoy them! Just turn the shouty sound down a bit maybeHaha no, its what I enjoy not what others don't, each to their own
I have watched a few different programmes when he's been on Africa, Rome & different product companies in the UK.
I just like his enthusiasm, obviously he doesnt appeal to everyone, I'll certainly be watching them as mr & mrs erimus enjoy them
Just watched it foggy, great viewing, we went to Edinburgh last year just before lockdown, quiet but we both loved it, we'll go back again, as I've said I totally enjoy his passion & bubbly character, quite a few of this series to get through & looks like I'm going to enjoy em allHe was in Edinburgh on last night’s programme - which I prefer to Rome!
I’m biased as a Edinburgh is only an hour away from us by car, 40 minutes by train.