British Bake Off 2015 winner Nadiya Hussain, a Bangladesh-origin British citizen, will appear on the BBC with her second cookery show, 'Nadiya's British Food Adventure', says UNB.
The eight-episode programme will be aired last week of this month, or at the beginning of August. But the date of airing the programme is yet to be fixed.
A 30-second trailer has been released which has already received huge response. She will appear soon on the new BBC2 series called Nadiya's British Food Adventure.
In the show, viewers will see her on a road trip around Britain to discover traditional and more quirky British dishes before recreating them back in her kitchen.
Nadiya regularly appears on The One Show on BBC1 and had her own cookery show, The Chronicles of Nadiya.
Nadiya Hussain was born to a British Bangladeshi family in Luton, with roots in Bianibazar upazila of Sylhet.
The 32-year-old is one of six children and her father was a chef who owned an Indian restaurant.
During the final she baked 16 iced buns, a raspberry-flavoured mille-feuille, and a multi-layered cake called "My Big Fat British Wedding Cake".
During her acceptance speech, she said: "I'm never gonna put boundaries on myself ever again. I'm never gonna say I can't do it. I'm never gonna say 'maybe'. I'm never gonna say, 'I don't think I can.' I can and I will."
Since winning the show, Nadiya has released several cookbooks and even baked a cake for the 90th birthday celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II.
Nadiya also wrote a children's book of stories and recipes, Bake Me A Story, and she is writing three contemporary women's fiction novels for Harlequin.