UKTV has unveiled the star-studded lineup for the fourth series of Dave’s beloved entertainment show, Big Zuu’s Big Eats. This season promises even more excitement as Big Zuu, Tubsey, and Hyder open the doors to their brand-new culinary hub, the Big Eats HQ. Together, they will be whipping up a tantalizing array of dishes to delight highly acclaimed athletes, presenters, comedians, and musicians.

Among the esteemed guests joining Big Zuu and his team this Autumn are the remarkable four-time Olympic Gold medalist and global marathon champion, Sir Mo Farah, alongside the iconic comedian, presenter, and TV talk-show host Jonathan Ross. Adding to the star power, we have the renowned sports commentator and former England and Arsenal football legend, Alex Scott, as well as the talented Brit and MOBO award-winning rap sensation, Aitch.

The roster of celebrities doesn’t end there, as Big Zuu and his crew will also be treating the audience to appearances by acclaimed comedian, actor, and Sunday Times Bestselling author, Ellie Taylor, and the multi-talented performer and award-winning comic, Roisin Conaty. Not to be missed are the appearances of award-winning writer, comedian, and actor Sarah Kendall and the sensational golden buzzer comedic phenomenon, Nabil Abdulrashid. It’s an incredible gathering of talent, all coming together at the newly crafted Big Eats house for an unforgettable foodie experience.

True to form, Big Zuu is determined to bring flavours from around the globe to captivate the nation. The guests will once again step into the famous Big Eats food truck before reaching the grand finale at the new HQ.

The fourth series of Big Zuu’s Big Eats is commissioned by Emile Nawagamuwa, UKTV’s commissioning executive, and ordered for Dave by Cherie Hall, Dave channel director, and Hilary Rosen, director of commissioning. Overseeing the production are executive producers Alex Gilman from Boom and Big Productions, with Chris Faith serving as the series director. It’s set to be another delectable season of entertainment that viewers won’t want to miss.