Come Dine with Me is a popular Channel 4 cooking programme shown in the United Kingdom.
It was produced by ITV Studios (formerly known as Granada) until 2013, when Shiver Productions took over.
The show's producers instructed her to re-mark her scores or risk being disqualified.
Goldstein gave new scores and, having been in first place with 28 points, finished second to fellow contestant Bill Buckley. As with the second series the first week featured celebrities.
After each course the person cooking the next part of the meal would leave to complete their dish at home, which had been prepared earlier, before being joined by the other guests.
Series 5 consists of re-edited versions of the daytime episodes, to a single primetime episode.
Both of these episodes are seen as series 2 on the official Come Dine with Me website from Channel 4.
Gloucester was also not shown during the original run but first aired in 2008.Both shows involved four contestants, both carried a £1,000 prize and both had a sarcastic voice-over during proceedings.Series 2 premiered on 12 September 2005 with the first Celebrity Come Dine with Me.Three years later than the premiere of series two, several months after series four had aired, and after a run of held over episodes from series three.This episode premiered on Life Style FOOD in Australia the week of 4 to 8 September 2006 as part of the second series.An hour-long primetime Christmas special was also produced during the middle of the series, using a slightly different format to suit the shorter timeslot.Only four contestants took part with each making a separate course for the dinner: starter, fish course, main course, and dessert.Unlike previous series it would be aired in primetime and only feature four guests so that it could be aired as a single weekly hour-long episode.It is alternately titled "Come Dine with Me All in One" (as it is listed on the Channel 4 website).So for a usual show of 48mins with 4 contestants in a prime-time slot, the episodes were re-edited, with more footage being added, to become 4 separate episodes, shown over either 4 days or all on a single day, each being the usual 22–24 minutes each.The daytime episodes from series 9 were held back and aired sporadically throughout 2009 and even into the start of 2010, filling gaps in blocks of repeats and later runs of the show.