BBC TWO

The Great British Sewing Bee, Series 4

8 x 60” BBC TWO from Monday 16th May 2016

Britain’s army of home sewers grow bigger every day. Now 10 of the best of them, from all walks of life including a doctor, a teacher, a scientist and a grandmother enter The Great British Sewing Bee to pit their sewing skills against each other.

Claudia Winkleman welcomes them as she returns to host the fourth series of this talent search, set this year in an old tannery loft in South London's Bermondsey. Claudia is joined by Savile Row tailor, Patrick Grant and a brand new judge, the film costume maker and senior lecturer at Central St. Martin's Fashion College, Esme Young.

8 x 60” BBC TWO from Monday 16th May 2016

Britain’s army of home sewers grow bigger every day. Now 10 of the best of them, from all walks of life including a doctor, a teacher, a scientist and a grandmother enter The Great British Sewing Bee to pit their sewing skills against each other.

Britain’s army of home sewers grow bigger every day. Now 10 of the best of them, from all walks of life including a doctor, a teacher, a scientist and a grandmother enter The Great British Sewing Bee to pit their sewing skills against each other.

Warwick Davis's Big Night

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.  As Warwick and the company rehearse for their opening night, and his wife Sam undergoes major spinal surgery, we learn about the challenges of theatrical production, and the physical and psychological pressures of being a dwarf in an average height world.

 

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.

Thursday 5th February 2015 at 9pm on BBC Two

The Great Pottery Throwdown

8x60" 9pm Thursday 2nd February 2017, BBC Two

Ten of the country’s finest home potters head to Stoke on Trent for the second series of The Great Pottery Throw Down hosted by Sara Cox. Over 8 episodes and 24 mammoth challenges, their pottery skills are pushed to the limit as they make everything from a 16-piece dinner set to a fully functioning toilet. Judging their creations are master potter Keith Brymer Jones and ceramic artist Kate Malone. Ten of the country’s finest home potters head to Stoke on Trent for the second series of The Great Pottery Throw Down hosted by Sara Cox. Over 8 episodes and 24 mammoth challenges, their pottery skills are pushed to the limit as they make everything from a 16-piece dinner set to a fully functioning toilet. Judging their creations are master potter Keith Brymer Jones and ceramic artist Kate Malone. 

8x60" 9pm Thursday 2nd February 2017, BBC Two

Ten of the country’s finest home potters head to Stoke on Trent for the second series of The Great Pottery Throw Down hosted by Sara Cox. Over 8 episodes and 24 mammoth challenges, their pottery skills are pushed to the limit as they make everything from a 16-piece dinner set to a fully functioning toilet. Judging their creations are master potter Keith Brymer Jones and ceramic artist Kate Malone. Ten of the country’s finest home potters head to Stoke on Trent for the second series of The Great Pottery Throw Down hosted by Sara Cox. Over 8 episodes and 24 mammoth challenges, their pottery skills are pushed to the limit as they make everything from a 16-piece dinner set to a fully functioning toilet. Judging their creations are master potter Keith Brymer Jones and ceramic artist Kate Malone. 

8x60" 9pm Thursday 2nd February 2017, BBC Two

Bake Off: Crème De La Crème | Series 1

8 x 60' BBC TWO from Tuesday 29th March 2016

We’ve enjoyed years of watching home bakers compete in The Great British Bake Off but now it’s the turn of the professionals. In a brand new series, Tom Kerridge hosts the search for Britain’s best team of pastry chefs.

The competition features fifteen teams of three bakers, all hoping to prove that they are the Crème de la Crème. Our professional baking teams are challenged to make stunning and elaborate patisserie and desserts by a formidable trio of judges; Benoit Blin, Claire Clark and Cherish Finden.

The series features baking techniques as you’ve never seen before with visually astonishing results. With professional pride at stake, it’s not a competition for the faint hearted. May the best team of pastry chefs win.

8 x 60' BBC TWO from Tuesday 29th March 2016

We’ve enjoyed years of watching home bakers compete in The Great British Bake Off but now it’s the turn of the professionals. In a brand new series, Tom Kerridge hosts the search for Britain’s best team of pastry chefs.

8 x 60' BBC TWO from Tuesday 29th March 2016

We’ve enjoyed years of watching home bakers compete in The Great British Bake Off but now it’s the turn of the professionals. In a brand new series, Tom Kerridge hosts the search for Britain’s best team of pastry chefs.

The Great Pottery Throwdown | Series 1

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.

 

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.

Making is the new Baking!
6x 60' 9pm on BBC TWO, from Tuesday 3rd November 2015                                                                                                     

Warwick Davis's Big Night

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.  As Warwick and the company rehearse for their opening night, and his wife Sam undergoes major spinal surgery, we learn about the challenges of theatrical production, and the physical and psychological pressures of being a dwarf in an average height world.

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.  As Warwick and the company rehearse for their opening night, and his wife Sam undergoes major spinal surgery, we learn about the challenges of theatrical production, and the physical and psychological pressures of being a dwarf in an average height world.

1 x 60' Thursday 5th February 2015 at 9pm on BBC Two

The Great Comic Relief Bake Off: An Extra Slice

Friday 13th March 2015 at 10pm on BBC Two

An Extra Slice returns to BBC TWO 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. The four celebrity bakers who emerged victorious from the series are also present, and they’ve each baked (yet another) cake for the occasion. So whose cake will see them crowned Comic Relief Bake Off Star Baker 2015? 

1 x 40' Friday 13th March 2015 at 10pm on BBC Two

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. 

Friday 13th March 2015 at 10pm on BBC Two

An Extra Slice returns to BBC TWO for a one off outing as part of Red Nose Day.

The Great British Sewing Bee

Thursday 5th February at 8pm on BBC Two 

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.

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…   

6 x 60' Thursday 5th February at 8pm on BBC Two

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.

 

Thursday 5th February at 8pm on BBC Two

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.

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.

The Great British Bake Off Christmas Masterclass

Tuesday 16th December 2014 at 8pm on BBC Two

Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood share six favourite Christmas recipes inspired by rich traditions from all over Europe. Paul kicks off with St Lucia buns, saffron buns traditionally eaten throughout Advent in Scandinavia, he gives us his take on the traditional mince pie, making a mincemeat and marzipan couronne. Mary produces a French Galette and her favourite alternatives to traditional Christmas Cake and Christmas Pudding- a fruit-filled Genoa cake and a white chocolate and stem ginger cheesecake.

Tuesday 16th December 2014 at 8pm on BBC Two

Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood share six favourite Christmas recipes inspired by rich traditions from all over Europe. Get organised for Christmas with Paul and Mary's Christmas Masterclass.

Tuesday 16th December 2014 at 8pm on BBC Two

The BBC Children in Need Sewing Bee

Tuesday 21st, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th October 2014at 8pm on BBC Two
 
The Sewing Bee returns, but this time the sewing room is home to twelve celebrities, who are picking up their needles in aid of Children in Need...
 
Over three programmes, Sewing Beeʼs Patrick Grant and May Martin will set the challenges as each night four celebrity sewers battle it out in a bid to be crowned Sewing Bee Champion. 
 
Jenny Eclair, Sara Cox and Anita Rani step into Claudiaʼs shoes to host these very special Sewing Bees. Prepare for everything from a Michael Jackson leather jacket, to a Peter Pan inspired skirt and some very sparkly pyjamas...

Tuesday 21st, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th October 2014 at 8pm on BBC Two

The Sewing Bee returns, but this time the sewing room is home to twelve celebrities, who are picking up their needles in aid of Children in Need.

Tuesday 21st, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th October 2014 at 8pm on BBC Two
 
The Sewing Bee returns, but this time the sewing room is home to twelve celebrities, who are picking up their needles in aid of Children in Need...
Over three programmes, Sewing Beeʼs Patrick Grant and May Martin will set the challenges as each night four celebrity sewers battle it out in a bid to be crowned Sewing Bee Champion.
 
Jenny Eclair, Sara Cox and Anita Rani step into Claudiaʼs shoes to host these very special Sewing Bees.
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