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Dermot O'Leary lands exciting new ITV series away from This Morning

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Dermot O'Leary has announced he will be hosting a brand new show coming to ITV, with the This Morning presenter at the ready to dig his suitcase out for a new adventure in his homeland.The TV presenter will be heading back to his Irish roots for the latest new travel show, Dermot's Taste of Ireland, which will air on ITV1.

The programme will see Dermot go on a food tour around the country as he takes a bite out of their finest delicacies. "From traditional Irish stew to soda bread, fresh seafood, and boxty potato pancakes - Dermot will taste his way across the island, meeting the chefs and locals that champion and celebrate Ireland’s gastronomic heritage," ITV teased, reports OK!."Having opened two of his own fish-themed restaurants and sharing some of his favourite home recipes on ITV’s This Morning, he is now taking his passion on the road whilst exploring Ireland’s ancient landscapes, diverse cities and stunning coastlines."Dermot, who has landed a series of presenting gigs such as The X Factor, Soccer Aid, Children in Need and This Morning, says the show will demonstrate his "two great loves" with Ireland and his passion for food.Having previously appeared on an episode of Remarkable Places to Eat, Dermot also previously co-owned two Fishy Fishy restaurants, which both closed its doors.

The Poole branch closed in 2013 and the Brighton restaurant closed in 2016.Well equipped with the knowledge for the job, Dermot will be digging out his suitcase as he pays a visit to the Michelin Star restaurants of Kinsale, oysters by the sea in Cork, comfort food in Wexford and Dublin's buzzing culinary scene. Join the Daily Record's WhatsApp community here and get the latest news sent straight to your messages. The new

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