Season 01, Episode 13 - "Afternoon Tea" Michael Buerk is joined by chef Paul Ainsworth to look at food created for the Queen's favourite meal, afternoon tea. Paul starts with a Battenburg with a twist, creating a chocolate and vanilla version of a royal favourite. He also tries a recipe for Bath buns, which was discovered tucked into the recipe book of a Buckingham palace kitchen maid in the early 20th century. Historian Dr Annie Gray tells the story of the charitable Queen Alexandra, wife of Edward VII, who chose to treat all the poorest maids in London to a grand tea party at a bishop's palace. Plus, royal cake-maker Mich Turner recreates a masterpiece she made for the Queen, but this time in miniature. Season 01, Episode 14 - "Royal Consorts" Michael Buerk is joined by chef Anna Haugh to showcase food inspired by royal consorts past and present. The dishes include a favourite of Princess Diana cooked by her former chef Carolyn Robb, a chocolate souffle said to be enjoyed by Prince Philip and an extravagant first course named after Queen Victoria's beloved husband Albert. Plus, historian Dr Polly Russell gets cooking from our Buckingham Palace kitchen maid's notebook. She attempts to prepare a Danish pudding brought to England by Queen Alexandra, the wife of Edward VII. Season 01, Episode 15 -"On the Move" Michael Buerk is joined by chefs Paul Ainsworth and Anna Haugh to showcase food inspired by the Royal family's tours overseas and home lives. Paul gets inspiration from Prince Philip's younger days when he crossed the Arctic and was served a meal of caribou venison. Meanwhile, Anna travels to Scotland to find out more about the cake the Queen is said to take with her wherever she is in the world, and Atul Kochhar creates a curried mutton pie the way Prince Charles likes it. Plus, historian Dr Matt Green looks at the story behind the favourite royal tipple, gin, revealing how it was brought to Britain by William of Orange.