Beyond Boiling Point is a British documentary mini-series produced by London Weekend Television which follows celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay as he allows access to his new restaurant while chasing his third Michelin star.
It was Ramsay's second foray into television, following up his first mini-series - Ramsay's Boiling Point - in 1998.
Beyond Boiling Point originally aired in the UK on Channel 4 in 2000. There are six half-hour episodes in the series.
The series originally aired in South Africa on DStv's BBC Food channel.
A rebroadcast of the series premiered on BBC Food on Saturday 19 July 2008, at 21h00. Double episodes air back-to-back each week.
After wreaking havoc in Ramsay’s Boiling Point, Gordon Ramsay is back...
In this six-part fly-on-the-wall documentary series, we follow Gordon through the most intense year of his life as he copes with his celebrity status and juggles cooking with the ever increasing demands on his time from beyond the kitchen.
The most temperamental chef in London now has it all. He’s got power, machismo, love, celebrity friends, and fame. He’s even become a sex symbol...
He was famous for his notorious temper. He says he's changed... but has he?
Beyond Boiling Point follows Gordon Ramsay through a tempestuous year as he attempts to dominate the London scene, embarks on a rivalry with his one-time pupil Marcus Waring and celebrating the birth of his twins.
Episode one sees Ramsay awaiting two great events: the birth of his twins and the Michelin awards. Will he finally get his 3rd Michelin star?
After the Michelin star debacle Ramsay wants revenge. But first he's got a court battle to face, a lawsuit, and a friend who is fast becoming a rival. Will he lose a million pounds?
The bad boy of cooking gets invited to Downing St to cook for Tony Blair. But he's got to run the London marathon the day before, and help a friend at the annual catering fair.
Ramsay's on a culinary pilgrimage to Spain but the near-religious experience quickly turns into a glorified beer trip. After a 21-course dinner, the nightlife can be damaging.
Ramsay's off to Australia to promote his latest book. After the 37-hour flight Gordon's got to face his first interview and, mouthing off about Aussie chefs, causes a literal riot.
Gordon is out to get total domination of the London restaurant scene. However his critics are fighting back, his protégé may be a threat, and the Food Awards are not helping.