Every week Hatch and Geere speak to a Veterans’ Breakfast Club from a different part of the UK, but this is not your average chit-chat, there is a battle to be won...
Each Veterans' Breakfast Club has to answer 10 ‘pot luck’ questions. The aim of the game is to get at least 8 out of 10 correct to win a "Medal of Honour" and a place in the ‘coveted’ Hatch and Geere Hall Of Fame.
Richard Hatch and Verity Geere want to know where these clubs meet, who goes along and what the breakfast is like.
The latest Battle Of The Breakfast Clubs is Martyn Bull from Stoke-on-Trent.
Next, to take on the battle was Michelle Turner from Southend On Sea's Armed Forces Veteran's Breakfast Club.
Alison Jones from the Swansea Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club got 10 out of 10 correct and is the first Medal Of Honour winner. Find out how she did it below...
Paul Anstey from the former garrison town of Chester, set up an Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club there and was a strong contender for the Battle Of The Breakfast Clubs. But did he win?
Kate Wood from Southampton's Veterans' Breakfast Club took on the Battle Of The Breakfast Clubs on Valentine's Day but was she victorious?
Mark Harper from Dumfries in Scotland is this week’s star of the Battle of the Breakfast Clubs.
He told Hatch and Geere they meet at a garden club in Dumfries and even have their own chickens to produce fresh eggs for their breakfasts.
In the first week, Dudley Armed Forces Veterans' Breakfast Club in the West Midlands were the stars...