Nadiya Hussain continued her journey through her homeland of Bangladesh in the second and final part of her BBC show The Chronicles Of Nadiya.

Former Great British Bake Off winner proved a wonderful guide and fabulous host, first meeting a charity that provides deprived school children with meals in the capital Dhaka, then taking viewers with her as she wound her way around the country on its waterways.

Nadiya and fisherman Robin (Love Productions/BBC)

Seeing Bangladesh through Nadiya’s eyes was inspiring to viewers:

Once again #chroniclesofnadiya is igniting wanderlust

— Kari Mawhood (@westminster_mag) August 31, 2016

Bangladesh wanderlusting now! Been wanting to visit for years… #travel #foodie #emerging #ChroniclesOfNadiya #trlt

— A Niche World (@anishahbbc) August 31, 2016

#chroniclesofnadiya I so want to visit Bangladesh

— @RC999 (@ruth_clark) August 31, 2016

Completely love the #chroniclesofnadiya. Seeing Bangladesh through @BegumNadiya's eyes is wonderful

— Lucy Caldicott (@LucyCaldicott) August 31, 2016

Loving #chroniclesofnadiya. Tempted to try to make a goat curry now and tempted to visit Bangladesh. Looks like going back in my time.

— PJ Morgan (@PJ32UK) August 31, 2016

Many were happy that the country’s beauty, food and heritage was getting recognition:

So proud that @BegumNadiya is on primetime tv showing off how awsome Bangladesh is #chroniclesofnadiya

— Roshin (@RoshinDubh) August 31, 2016

My motherland #Bangladesh🇧🇩on BBC 1 now #chroniclesofnadiya.17 of us (siblings, aunty,wife, kids & my mum) watching @BegumNadiya at my house

— Aminur Rahman امين (@Aminurahman) August 31, 2016

Another thing to love about #chroniclesofnadiya – you hear so little about Bangladesh normally and it's the 8th most populous country

— Geoff de Burca (@itinerantgeoff) August 31, 2016

Nadiya with Thrive charity workers Sadia Moyeen and Amna Rahman (Love Productions/BBC)

Nadiya went exploring Bangladesh’s huge number of rivers and the fishing traditions around them.

In a small Hindu village on the banks of the Padma, she found fisherman Robin who showed her his particularly unusual way of catching fish: with his family of trained otters.

Viewers loved watching the ancient method:

Already loved #chroniclesofnadiya and @BegumNadiya but otters catching fish is the telly moment of the year!

— (((48%normal))) (@morriseygirl) August 31, 2016

Oh my god this Bangladeshi man using otters to fish is the god damn cutest thing ever 😍😍😍 #ChroniclesOfNadiya

— Christopher June (@Junecr26) August 31, 2016

Oh my word I'm watching #chroniclesofnadiya and people are genuinely fishing with otters what is life

— Sophie Cleverly (@Hapfairy) August 31, 2016

Fishing with otters?! 😍😍😍 Just when I thought I couldn't love this programme more #chroniclesofnadiya

— Eve Ryan (@EveyRyan) August 31, 2016

Omg this is amazing … I thought sheep dogs were clever … but Fisher Otters, love it! @BBCOne #chroniclesofnadiya

— Bethan Dinning (@______Beth) August 31, 2016

It was the final part of Nadiya’s adventures of Bangladesh and it left viewers clamouring for more:

#chroniclesofnadiya is a stunning show – sad there's only two episodes. Unique cultural window. And fishing otters!!

— Pippa Caole (@agirlcalledba) August 31, 2016

Absolutely loved watching @BegumNadiya so interesting, such beautiful food in a beautiful country please do more! x #chroniclesofnadiya

— Julia desmond (@DesmondJulia) August 31, 2016

I want more episodes, 2 isn't enough, @BegumNadiya she's just so lovely #chroniclesofnadiya

— Theresa (@sparklesister) August 31, 2016

Shame there's not more #chroniclesofnadiya. It's a great show and she's a natural presenter. This fishing otter corps is bloody amazing too

— Rob Smedley (@robsmedley86) August 31, 2016

The #chroniclesofnadiya is just a delight; fascinating ,insightful, personal & a whole lot more. #NadiyaHussain is a natural.

— Mark Whittaker (@mawhittaker) August 31, 2016

The more I watch #chroniclesofnadiya the more helplessly I fall in love w/ @BegumNadiya – fantastic presenter & all round bundle of awesome

— Rebecca Cooney (@RebeccaKCooney) August 31, 2016

I think @BegumNadiya is one of the most natural to camera presenters ever. How is this just two episodes? #chroniclesofnadiya

— Kari Mawhood (@westminster_mag) August 31, 2016

Oh please don't tell me this was only 2 episodes? #chroniclesofnadiya – Come on BBC we need more.

— Evadney Campbell MBE (@EvadneyC) August 31, 2016