The Great British Bake Off returns, but this time the tent is home to sixteen celebrities, who pick up their rolling pins to compete in the ultimate baking battle, all to raise as much cash as possible for Comic Relief.
Join Abbey Clancy, Alexa Chung, Chris Moyles, Dame Edna, David Mitchell, Gok Wan, Jameela Jamil, Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley Jonathan Ross, Kayvan Novak, Lulu, Michael Sheen, Sarah Brown, Victoria Wood and Zoe Sugg in the tent as they tackle everything from a tiered chocolate cake inspired by a memorable occasion to a marble cake inspired by their favourite building and get creative with a self-portrait vegetable cake.
Tuesday 3rd March - RTS Awards & RTS West Awards 2015
We are very proud to announce that The Great British Bake Off has been nominated within the Popular, Factual and Features category for the RTS Awards 2015, as well as at the RTS West Awards 2015 in the Best Factual Entertainment Series group. The Royal Television Society Awards recognise broadcasting and entertainment achievements over the past year.
The winners will be announced on Tuesday 17th March and Sunday 8th March, respectively.
Thusday 5th February- Broadcast Awards 2015
Amazing news! The Broadcast Awards 2015 took place last night and Love Productions took away two awards. Best Popular Factual went to The Great British Bake Off and Love won Best Independent Production Company. A MASSIVECONGRATULATIONS to all of those who has contributed in whatever capacity to making the fantastic programmes.
Claudia Winkleman welcomes ten new sewers to the Sewing Room. Over six weeks they will face bespoke challenges set by Savile Row’s Patrick Grant and sewing teacher May Martin, designed to test every aspect of their sewing skills.
From Japanese draped tops to fully lined leather jackets, from old curtains to fancy dress – over the course of the series they tackle everything Patrick and May throw at them and produce 126 stunning garments.
But only one of them will emerge victorious…
Thursday 5th February
Don't forget Love Productions will be taking over BBC Two from 8pm tonight. The new series of the Great British Sewing Bee starts at 8pm, followed by Warwick Davis's Big Night at 9pm.
Wednesday 28th January
Don't forget to tune in to BBC Two tonight to catch The Great British Sewing Bee- Class of 2014; a look back at their best moments.
Also avaliable on BBC iPlayer for 30 days.
Wednesday 21st January- National Television Awards 2015
Congratulations to all those who worked on The Great British Bake Off who won a National Television Award in the Skills Challenge Show Category!
And of course a MASSIVE THANK YOU to all of you who voted for the show!