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American programmers who doubt the ratings prowess of reality shows need only look across the pond for hope. The Great British Bake Off , a modest hit when it premiered in 2010, now ranks among the biggest shows in U.K. history.

However, you can give the FREE 7 day trial version of Digiguide.tv Premium a try. Build up your profile with programmes that you like, personalise your grid and set some reminders. Remember, to get a year's worth of personalised TV content for less than 1p per day simply subscribe to Digiguide Premium

The new series of # GARJ is in full flow.
Today’s Journey: Providence, Rhode Island, to New London, Connecticut.
On the literary trail, Michael visits the childhood summer home of an American dramatist who won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
BBC Two, 6:30pm.

Nature lover?
Then make sure to get your daily dose of # GARJ .
Today’s Journey: Plymouth to Nantucket.
Out at sea, Michael joins conservationists and whale spotters hoping for a glimpse at these magnificent creatures.

Michael’s 19th-century Appleton's guidebook leads him on another adventure.
Today’s Journey: Boston to Concord, Massachusetts.
North of Boston, in Salem, Michael is caught up in a witch hunt.
# GARJ

American programmers who doubt the ratings prowess of reality shows need only look across the pond for hope. The Great British Bake Off , a modest hit when it premiered in 2010, now ranks among the biggest shows in U.K. history.

However, you can give the FREE 7 day trial version of Digiguide.tv Premium a try. Build up your profile with programmes that you like, personalise your grid and set some reminders. Remember, to get a year's worth of personalised TV content for less than 1p per day simply subscribe to Digiguide Premium

The new series of # GARJ is in full flow.
Today’s Journey: Providence, Rhode Island, to New London, Connecticut.
On the literary trail, Michael visits the childhood summer home of an American dramatist who won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
BBC Two, 6:30pm.

Nature lover?
Then make sure to get your daily dose of # GARJ .
Today’s Journey: Plymouth to Nantucket.
Out at sea, Michael joins conservationists and whale spotters hoping for a glimpse at these magnificent creatures.

Michael’s 19th-century Appleton's guidebook leads him on another adventure.
Today’s Journey: Boston to Concord, Massachusetts.
North of Boston, in Salem, Michael is caught up in a witch hunt.
# GARJ

Meeting the contestants should be fun too, and this year it looks so diverse! We’ve got an aerospace engineer by the name of Andrew who hails from Derby and is 25 years of age. A criminology student from Kent who answers to the name of Rav. We even get to meet Benjamina who is a teaching assistant from South London. They all seem like perfectly nice people, but who will be eliminated first? Who will make poor Sue and Mel cry?

We won’t know as they’ve not let us officially meet them yet! But we do have the launch trailer. Oh that music! So summery!

Cake Week Twelve contestants begin the battle to be named Britain’s best amateur baker by judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, who have created 30 new tasks to test their baking skills and creativity. The first signature challenge takes the bakers back to basics with a British classic, while the technical sees them tackle a popular little cake with a fatless sponge and tricky chocolate work. Finally, the competitors must impress the judges with their first showstopper, but there is nowhere to hide. Presented by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins

American programmers who doubt the ratings prowess of reality shows need only look across the pond for hope. The Great British Bake Off , a modest hit when it premiered in 2010, now ranks among the biggest shows in U.K. history.

American programmers who doubt the ratings prowess of reality shows need only look across the pond for hope. The Great British Bake Off , a modest hit when it premiered in 2010, now ranks among the biggest shows in U.K. history.

However, you can give the FREE 7 day trial version of Digiguide.tv Premium a try. Build up your profile with programmes that you like, personalise your grid and set some reminders. Remember, to get a year's worth of personalised TV content for less than 1p per day simply subscribe to Digiguide Premium

American programmers who doubt the ratings prowess of reality shows need only look across the pond for hope. The Great British Bake Off , a modest hit when it premiered in 2010, now ranks among the biggest shows in U.K. history.

However, you can give the FREE 7 day trial version of Digiguide.tv Premium a try. Build up your profile with programmes that you like, personalise your grid and set some reminders. Remember, to get a year's worth of personalised TV content for less than 1p per day simply subscribe to Digiguide Premium

The new series of # GARJ is in full flow.
Today’s Journey: Providence, Rhode Island, to New London, Connecticut.
On the literary trail, Michael visits the childhood summer home of an American dramatist who won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
BBC Two, 6:30pm.

Nature lover?
Then make sure to get your daily dose of # GARJ .
Today’s Journey: Plymouth to Nantucket.
Out at sea, Michael joins conservationists and whale spotters hoping for a glimpse at these magnificent creatures.

Michael’s 19th-century Appleton's guidebook leads him on another adventure.
Today’s Journey: Boston to Concord, Massachusetts.
North of Boston, in Salem, Michael is caught up in a witch hunt.
# GARJ

Meeting the contestants should be fun too, and this year it looks so diverse! We’ve got an aerospace engineer by the name of Andrew who hails from Derby and is 25 years of age. A criminology student from Kent who answers to the name of Rav. We even get to meet Benjamina who is a teaching assistant from South London. They all seem like perfectly nice people, but who will be eliminated first? Who will make poor Sue and Mel cry?

We won’t know as they’ve not let us officially meet them yet! But we do have the launch trailer. Oh that music! So summery!

Cake Week Twelve contestants begin the battle to be named Britain’s best amateur baker by judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, who have created 30 new tasks to test their baking skills and creativity. The first signature challenge takes the bakers back to basics with a British classic, while the technical sees them tackle a popular little cake with a fatless sponge and tricky chocolate work. Finally, the competitors must impress the judges with their first showstopper, but there is nowhere to hide. Presented by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins

This week on  The Great British Baking Show  we’re going back in time to the Victorian era before heading over to Paris to visit a classic French pâtisserie. It’s another double serving of your favorite hunger-inducing competition show. (Disclaimer: The bakers neither travel through time nor cross the English Channel to France in these episodes.)

It’s the first time Victorian baking has been attempted in the tent, so expect plenty of kitchen calamities. Using 19th-century techniques, outdated utensils, and old-school recipes, the last six bakers are on a quest to prepare desserts fit for Queen Victoria’s royal palate. Let’s do this thing! (Drinking-game words for this round will be “queen” and “gelatin.”)

For the Signature Bake, the contestants have three hours to prepare a Raised Game Pie. This was a favorite of upper-class social circles in the Victorian era. The pastry decoration on top of the pie should be ornate and intricate, but the pastry comprising the sides, base, and top should be thin.


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