Meanwhile Bake Off squares up to the BBC's new Family Cooking Showdown.
“The clue is in the name – bake well, don’t bake badly.”
The story of a disgraced light entertainer, written with a light touch by Jack Thorne, is the most challenging thing on British television these days.
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“A new TV channel for and by young people curious about life right now.”
“Thank you to the BBC, who we love above all bakery. British people will get that.”
Now that Ross and Demelza are man and wife, the lush surroundings start to look like window dressing.
“I really admire how you can just switch off your family and focus on your job. I would just hate myself too much.”
Is adding wasabi to white chocolate a step too far? Will Paul Hollywood enjoy a slice of tofu? And is Batter Week even an appropriate theme for a baking contest?
Will Young? Tamal Ray? Konnie Huq? We analyse their silhouettes for clues.