‘The Great Sport Relief Bake Off’ returns to BBC1 tonight (Wednesday January 27) at 8.30pm.

The Bake Off is back!

‘The Great Sport Relief Bake Off’ returns to BBC1 tonight (Wednesday January 27) at 8.30pm.

Tune in to see what former England goalkeeper David James, comedian Jason Manford, Prime Minister’s wife Samantha Cameron and actress Maddy Hill will be serving up in a bid to win the coveted Star Baker apron – and raise money for the Sport Relief (March 18-20), in the first of four shows.

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Sixteen celebrity Sport Relief supporters will whisk their way through the Bake Off tent next month, in an effort to cook up cash for charity in The Great Sport Relief Bake Off.

The Bake Off is back

Sixteen celebrity Sport Relief supporters will whisk their way through the Bake Off tent next month, in an effort to cook up cash for charity in The Great Sport Relief Bake Off.

On Monday January 13, host Sue Perkins will present the first episode in the four-part The Great Sport Relief Bake Off series, which sees four celebrity bakers from the worlds of sport and entertainment compete against each other in four mini Bake Offs.

Judged by cookery writer Mary Berry and Master Baker Paul Hollywood, the celebrity baker who rises above the rest will be crowned Sport Relief Star Baker.

The four contestants will serve up some twists on classic recipes for their signature bake of sandwiched biscuits and technical bake of tarte tatin, while the showstopper will be a 3D novelty cake representing a sporting landmark.

In addition, Olympic gold medal-winner Nicola Adams will be in South Africa, showing one of the projects that Sport Relief supports.

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