The third episode covered the Victorian period, the fourth the 1970s, the fifth the Elizabethan period and the sixth the Regency period.In August and September 2008, Perkins appeared in the reality television series Maestro on BBC Two. Perkins appeared in a second "Supersizers" series called The Supersizers Eat...After a few years writing for French & Saunders (and occasionally appearing on their BBC series), they co-hosted a lunchtime show on Channel 4 entitled Light Lunch, and an early evening version, Late Lunch, which ran from March 1997 to February 1998.In January 2015, Giedroyc and Perkins began hosting their own daytime chat show on ITV called Mel and Sue.During the same decade she made appearances on Celebrity Master Chef, Celebrity Poker and News Knight with Sir Trevor Mc Donald.In April 2007, she participated in the television series, Edwardian Supersize Me for the BBC. The series focused on spending a week eating the equivalent of a wealthy Edwardian couple's food, whilst wearing period clothing.In 2006, she appeared in BBC Four's vocabulary quiz show Never Mind the Full Stops.She was also a team captain on ITV's Win, Lose or Draw Late.
The premise of "Edwardian Supersize Me" was replicated and focused on other periods throughout history.During the series, a group of eight celebrities attempted (until eliminated) to learn to conduct orchestral, choral and operatic music. with Giles Coren which aired on BBC Two in June and July 2009.In September and October 2009 she hosted the Channel 4 panel game The Big Food Fight.Perkins was ranked sixth in The Independent on Sunday Perkins was born on 22 September 1969 in south London, where she grew up in Croydon with her two younger siblings and parents.Her father worked for a local car dealer and her mother was employed as a secretary.It featured Perkins learning how to use nature as a navigation tool.