Junior Bake Off returns on Monday 11th November at 4.30pm on CBBC and will air weekdays for three weeks. So make sure that you tune into or record this wonderful second series of JBO.
The children’s version of The Great British Bake Off sees 40 young bakers brave the Bake Off tent, making more cakes, buns and pastries than ever before. Aaron Craze will coax them through their baking trials, under the scrutiny of judges Mary Berry and James Martin.
Our documentary, The Cruel Cut is broadcast tonight on Channel 4.
Leyla Hussein wants to stop Female Genital Mutilation (FGM): when a girl's genitals are removed for non-medical reasons. This passionate, exuberant documentary explores the complex world of FGM. There are 66,000 women in the UK alone who have endured FGM and an estimated 24,000 girls at risk.
As well as watching our film, please do take the time to sign our e-petition:
Tonight sees the first ever film from the brand new company LoveSport Productions, which is a co-venture between former Controller of ITV Sport Tony Pastor and Love Productions.
The film is an unauthorised biography of the world’s most expensive player, Gareth Bale—GARETH BALE: THE WELSH GALLACTICO. It will air for the first time tonight on ITV 4 at 10pm, so please be sure to watch or at least set your television to record.
13,000 bakers became 13…and now just three remain…It’s the BAKE OFF FINAL!!
The Great British Bake Off Final Tonight at 8pm on BBC Two.
With just three bakers left, the all-female final sees them battle with signature pies, Paul’s twisted technical pretzels and showstopping wedding cakes… But will it be Frances, Kimberley or Ruby who becomes the champion of 2013?