Sighted in Ireland
Ainsley's tour of Ireland continues. Here he is pictured at the Punchestown Irish Derby, watching the Tesco ingredients gallop away from the supermarket managers, who are in hot pursuit.
The Spice Lord begins his tour of Ireland. Here he is pictured in front of one of the most stunning views of the Cliffs of Moher you'll ever see, which is just behind this farm wagon which has broken down on the N71.
Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.
Ainsley supports local farmers and gets all his ingredients fresh from the markets. Whenever he passes through a town, the citizens leave out tribute for him to collect, in the form of fresh produce, livestock, and child slaves. So kind. Wouldn't want to displease the Lord and evoke his wrath <3
This was taken outside a Taliban stronghold near Ghuriyan, Afghanistan. We can only guess at what sinister designs the Prince of Spice is undertaking.
Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Go back to sleep, Mr Gordon Ramsay. You've got nothing to fear. Hyeheh.
Good news and bad news. The good news is that the train that disappeared yesterday has been sighted, moving at pace through Wandsworth Common. The bad news is that it is neither in conventional condition nor under the control of Southern Rail. Also, none of the passengers are on board.
We are sorry to report that a train has disappeared on the line between Clapham Junction and Balham Station this morning. This was the last image transmitted from the train's forward camera.