The ninth series of The Great British Menu marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day. The chefs must create dishes that evoke the wartime spirit of the generation as well as honour the bravery shown throughout the Second World War. Many D Day veterans will also take part as judges bringing their incredible experiences, personal memories and discerning taste buds to the judging chamber.

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The last week of Great British Menu 2014 and we will finally discover which chefs will cook at the D-Day veterans banquet at St Paul's Cathedral. Expect many surprises along the way.

The last of the regional rounds and Welsh chefs are battling it out. Returning contender Mary Ann Gilchrist will be joining show newcomers - David Kelman and Andy Beaumont. Who will make it through to the judges' chamber?

For week seven it's the turn of Scotland. New contestants Neil Rankin, Jacqueline O'Donnell & Stephen McLaughlin are competing. Whose dishes will make it through to Friday's final?

Week six sees chefs from the North East region. Returning contender & former banquet winner Colin McGurran will be joining show newcomers - Frances Atkins and Paul Welburn. Who will make it through to Friday's final?

Week five & chefs from London and the South East are battling it out. Returning contender Adam Simmonds will be joining show newcomers - Adam Byatt and Tom Sellers. Who will make it through to the judges' chamber?

Week four sees chefs from the Central region. Returning contender & former banquet winner Aktar Islam will be joining show newcomers - Mark Poynton and Jason Hodnett. Who will make it through to Friday's final?

For week three, we're delighted that a trio of chefs from Great British Chefs will be representing the South West. Discover what's inspiring the menus of Josh Eggleton, Emily Watkins and Dominic Chapman.

For week two it's the turn of the North West. Returning contender Mary Ellen McTague will be joining newcomers to the show - James Durrant and Mark Ellis. Whose dishes will make it through to Friday's final?

For the first week of The Great British Menu some of the finest chefs from Northern Ireland will prepare a menu that's worthy of war heroes. Discover what Raymond McArdle, Chris McGowan and Will Brown will be cooking.

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