Columnist Murray Chalmers writes for The Courier about The Great British Bake Off.
The Great British Bake Off
Perthshire’s Michael Chakraverty was on a roll during bread week on the Great British Bake Off, having been crowned star baker.
In a week where Paul Hollywood probably wished his own blast of Summer loving had been confined to a Grease lyric, Bake Off now really needs a showstopper contestant as well as a cake to deflect some tabloid heat from the silver fox.
Jamie has become the latest contestant to leave The Great British Bake Off tent.
The first episode of The Great British Bake Off has shed 400,000 viewers in the overnight ratings, compared to the series launch last year.
Fans have dubbed this week’s Great British Bake Off the most innuendo-laden ever.
The first amateur baker to exit The Great British Bake Off has said the show “wasn’t a piece of cake at all”.
The Courier’s new Bake Off columnist proves music and good food are a splendid mix.
A student hoping to triumph in The Great British Bake Off said he only started baking after walking past the famous tent every day as a child.
A baker’s dozen of contestants will descend on The Great British Bake Off’s tent when the show makes its return to TV screens on Tuesday.