One of the most controversial and talked about documentary series of recent years returns for a second series.
Last year the first series of Benefits Street, filmed on James Turner Street in Birmingham, sparked a political and media debate about poverty and welfare with one of the street’s residents, ‘White Dee’, becoming a national figure.
This time the series focuses on Kingston Road on the Tilery Estate in Stockton-On-Tees, an area hit hard by recession and economic decline.
We are excited to announce that The Great British Bake Off has been nominated at the 2015 Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards for Television!
Wednesday 8th April - BAFTA Awards 2015
The BAFTA's has once again been in our favour with The Great British British Bake Off as it has been shortlisted for both Features and Radio Times Audience Award.
Tuesday 17th March - The Televisual Bulldog Awards 2015
We are delighted to hear that we have been nominated in three categories in this year's Televisual Bulldog Awards. We are up for: Best Factual Feature for both The Great British Bake Off and The Great British Sewing Bee; Best Documentary Series for Benefits Street and Best Independent Production Company for... Love Productions!
Tuesday 10th March - TRIC Awards
The Great British Bake Off has won Best Factual at the 2015 TRIC Awards this afternoon. Congratulations to everyone involved!
Tuesday 10th 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.
The Great British Bake Off also won at the RTS West Awards 2015 in the Best Factual Entertainment Series group this weekend. Very exciting! The Royal Television Society Awards recognise broadcasting and entertainment achievements over the past year.
The winners for the RTS Awards will be announced on Tuesday 17th March.
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.
Warwick, Sam, Annabel, Harrison and pet pooch Sherlock are back on the road again in their pursuit of the perfect staycation. After Warwick’s efforts last year the rest of the Davis family are now more convinced that when it comes to holidays British is best, but if anything that has only increased the pressure on him to make this year’s holiday bigger and better.
Their epic journey takes them the length and breadth of the British Isles, with the emphasis once again on the weird and wonderful. Who knew that bog snorkelling and doing a Viking raid in Wales, discovering the delights of a vacuum cleaner museum in the Midlands and joining Jack Dee on stage in Edinburgh could be so much fun.
Thursday 12th March
The Great British Sewing Bee final is creeping up on us tonight on BBC2 at 8pm and don't forget to catch The Great Comic Relief Bake Off: An Extra Slice on Friday at 10pm on BBC2.
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!