After 10 weeks of baking mayhem, calm finally descends on the Bake Off tent.
Mary and Paul put on their aprons to show us what they would have done if they had been in the bakers' shoes... They take us through twenty different recipes inspired by the series, so that you can achieve the same results at home
Making is the new Baking! 6 x 60' 9pm on BBC TWO, from Tuesday 3rd November 2015 The search for Britain's best home potter begins.Across thirty five gruelling days and eighteen different challenges, the potters must make eartenware kitchen bowls, ornate but functional chandeliers and super-sized garden sculptures, among many other household objects. Whose work will stand up to scrutiny and whose will come out of the kiln in one piece? The Great Pottery Throw Down brings the messy and marvellous world of pottery to life.
15 x 30' Monday to Friday from 2nd November 2015 on CBBC
Judges, top international chef, Allegra McEvedy and executive pastry chef Graham Hornigold will be testing forty of Britain's best young bakers over a series of ten heats followed by a knock-out week of finals. In each heat four bakers will face two challenges: the Technical and the Showstopper before one of them goes through to the next round.
The Great British Bake Off is back and will be joined by An Extra Slice. Each week, Jo Brand and a panel of celebrity Bake Off fans will look at all the shenanigans in the tent, interview the latest baker to leave and showcase unseen moments.
The Great British Bake Off is back- Once again 12 new bakers don their aprons and head for the iconic tent in the heart of the British Countryside. Judges Mary Berry & Paul Hollywood have created 30 new challenges that will test their baking prowess, creativity and skill in a bid to find the country’s best amateur baker.
Three million girls are at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) across Africa every year and believe it or not a further 65,000 are at risk here in the UK. Zawe Aston leads an investigation to uncover the reasons why FGM is still practiced at home and abroad, and what is being done by courageous survivors to try and bring it to an end.
1 x 60' Channel 4 Tuesday 24th February 2015 at 10pm
This thought-provoking documentary provides a unique insight into multiculturalism in Britain today, from the perspective of one of Britain’s most ethnically diverse streets, Derby Road in Southampton.
The family 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.
An Extra Slice returns for a one off outing as part of Red Nose Day. Jo Brand is joined by Bake Off resident judge Mary Berry, comedian Frank Skinner and former Bake Off contestant Howard Middleton to celebrate and dissect the shenanigans in the tent during The Great Comic Relief Bake Off.
4 x 60' Wednesday 11th February 2015 at 8pm on BBC One
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.
Sewing Bee is back! 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.
1 x 60' Thursday 5th February 2015 at 9pm on BBC Two
Actor Warwick Davis puts his money on the line to set up The Reduced Height Theatre Company, producing classic plays cast entirely with short actors. It's always been Warwick's dream to be taken seriously as a stage actor, and to give other short actors opportunities outside panto and creature roles.