BBC TWO

The Great Sport Relief Bake Off | Series 1

4 x 30' BBC TWO

The Great British Bake Off is back in January for a Sport Relief special series, which will see twelve well known faces from across the BBC enter the Bake Off tent.
 
Presented by Mel Giedroyc and judged as usual by Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, the show is stripped across the week. There are three heats; in each heat, four bakers compete for a place in Friday’s grand final.
 

4 x 60' on BBC Two

The Great British Bake Off is back in January for a special series, which will see twelve well known faces from across the BBC enter the Bake Off tent. Presented by Mel Giedroyc and judged as usual by Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.

 

4 x 60' on BBC TWO

The Great British Bake Off is back in January for a Sport Relief special series, which will see twelve well known faces from across the BBC enter the Bake Off tent.

Presented by Mel Giedroyc and judged as usual by Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, the show is stripped across the week. There are three heats; in each heat, four bakers compete for a place in Friday’s grand final.

The Great British Bake Off | Series 2

11 x 60' on BBC TWO

The Great British Bake Off is back. Over eight weeks twelve of the country’s best amateur bakers face increasingly difficult challenges as their cake-baking, pastry, bread-making and patisserie skills are tested to the limit. The series is presented by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins and the challenges are devised and judged by legendary cookery writer and baker Mary Berry and acclaimed Master Baker Paul Hollywood.

11 x 60' on BBC Two

Over eight weeks twelve of the country’s best amateur bakers face increasingly difficult challenges as their cake-baking, pastry, bread-making and patisserie skills are tested to the limit.

 

 

The Great British Bake Off is back.

Over eight weeks twelve of the country’s best amateur bakers face increasingly difficult challenges as their cake-baking, pastry, bread-making and patisserie skills are tested to the limit.

The series is presented by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins and the challenges are devised and judged by legendary cookery writer and baker Mary Berry and acclaimed Master Baker Paul Hollywood.

The Great British Wedding Cake

8pm, Wednesday 20th April 2011 on BBC TWO

The Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood explore the history of the British wedding cake. They discover its early incarnation – the Tudor bride cake that weighed a ton and was baked wrapped in pastry; they reveal the story that is said to have bequeathed us the classic tier – a baker who spied a London church from his window fashioned his wedding cake in its image. As they tell this story, Mary and Paul reunite the three finalists from last year’s Great British Bake Off in a one off wedding cake Bake Off...

1 x 60' on BBC Two

The Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood explore the history of the British wedding cake and reunite the three finalists from last year’s Great British Bake Off in a one off wedding cake Bake Off...

 

8pm, Wednesday 20th April 2011 on BBC TWO

The Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood explore the history of the British wedding cake. They discover its early incarnation – the Tudor bride cake that weighed a ton and was baked wrapped in pastry; they reveal the story that is said to have bequeathed us the classic tier – a baker who spied a London church from his window fashioned his wedding cake in its image.

When Teenage Meets Old Age

Starts 9pm, 21st February on BBC TWO
Britain is getting older. For the first time there are now more people over the age of 65 than under 16 – that's almost a fifth of the total population. But the young and the old are further apart than at any time in history. Most elderly people rarely see anybody under the age of 60, and many teenagers have little interest in anyone of a different generation.

Tuesday 21st February 2012 at 9pm on BBC Two

Britain is getting older. For the first time there are now more people over the age of 65 than under 16. But the young and the old are further apart than at any time in history. Most elderly people rarely see anybody under the age of 60, and many teenagers have little interest in anyone of a different generation.

Starts 9pm, 21st February on BBC TWO

Britain’s Youngest Boarders

1 x 60' on BBC2

The youngest boarders in Britain are just seven or eight years old when they are sent away from home for the first time. This film tells the story of three boys - Luke, Dominic and Louis - during their first term at Sunningdale School.

We follow the boys from their very first night to the end of the autumn term of 2009 in an attempt to understand the world of boarding school life from the boys’ point of view.

1 x 60' BBC Two

The youngest boarders in Britain are just seven or eight years old when they are sent away from home for the first time. This film tells the story of three boys - Luke, Dominic and Louis - during their first term at Sunningdale School. We follow the boys from their very first night to the end of the autumn term of 2009 in an attempt to understand the world of boarding school life from the boys’ point of view.

The youngest boarders in Britain are just seven or eight years old when they are sent away from home for the first time. This film tells the story of three boys - Luke, Dominic and Louis - during their first term at Sunningdale School. We follow the boys from their very first night to the end of the autumn term of 2009 in an attempt to understand the world of boarding school life from the boys’ point of view.

The Great British Bake-Off | Series 1

6 x 60' on BBC Two

In a series which celebrates Britain’s love affair with baking, the search is on for the country's top home baker.

Ten passionate bakers travel the country and each week undertake three challenges in a different discipline, after which the least successful leave the bake-off. They’ll be baking cakes in the Cotswolds, tackling biscuits in Scotland, bread in Sandwich, Kent, puddings in Bakewell, Derbyshire, and pastry in Cornwall before a grand final in London.

A second series is planned for Summer 2011.

6 x 60' BBC Two

In a series which celebrates Britain’s love affair with baking, the search is on for the country's top home baker. Ten passionate bakers travel the country and each week undertake three challenges in a different discipline, after which the least successful leave the bake-off.

6 x 60' on BBC Two

In a series which celebrates Britain’s love affair with baking, the search is on for the country's top home baker.

Ten passionate bakers travel the country and each week undertake three challenges in a different discipline, after which the least successful leave the bake-off. They’ll be baking cakes in the Cotswolds, tackling biscuits in Scotland, bread in Sandwich, Kent, puddings in Bakewell, Derbyshire, and pastry in Cornwall before a grand final in London.

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