THE Great British Bake Off returns TOMORROW (September 10) for another fun-filled episode of challenges.
As we prepare for more great bakes and cheeky innuendos, here’s all the details you need to know…
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When time is The Great British Bake Off 2019 on Channel 4?
The Great British Bake Off continues with its third episode TOMORROW (Tuesday, September 10).
It will commence at 8pm on Channel 4, with a whopping six more episodes to follow before the final.
The final is likely to air in November, 2019 – but it is yet to be confirmed.
If you miss any episodes you can catch it again on All 4.
Who’s included in the line-up?
David was brought up in Yorkshire, where his mother, who was an avid baker, inspired him to take up baking.
The 36-year-old continued to explore his pastries making abilities when he travelled to Malawi, among other places, as part of his work as a health adviser.
Michelle, 35, is a print shop administrator from Wales.
She was brought up on a farm but now lives in the seaside town of Tenby with her husband and teenage son.
The mother-of-one bakes almost every other day and likes to experiment with flavour combinations, using seasonal vegetables from her own veggie patch.
Steph is a 28 year old shop assistant, who got into baking thanks to her granddad, who loves homemade bread.
The Chester-native is self-taught and considers herself an ‘intermediate, still-learning’ baker and her passion for sports and wellness inspires her creations.
She likes challenging herself by making her bakes healthier, adding vegetables or fruits, lowering the refined sugar content and prioritising more nutritional fats.
Henry, 20, is a student from Durham.
He has loved baking since the age of 12, when the Bake Off tent pitched up in his local park.
The Bake Off contestant tested his creations on his family, friends and teachers growing up but now brings his experiments to students at Durham University.
Alice, 28, is a geography teacher from London.
At just 15, while recovering from a back operation for scoliosis and no longer able to do sport, she turned her hand to baking.
Priya, 34, is a marketing consultant from Leicester.
She first experienced baking with an after-school baking club at primary school.
A decade ago she began baking more seriously as a way of helping her relax and went “baking bonkers” when she was gifted a stand mixer on her wedding day.
Michael, 26, is a theatre manager and fitness instructor from Stratford-upon-Avon.
He was taught to bake by his mother.
She gave him handwritten recipes passed down from his great-grandparents, to encourage him to take up the skill.
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Amelia, 24, is a fashion designer from Halifax.
She has been baking for 19 years.
Watching her mum and grandma creating beautiful cake decorations inspired her to start baking as a child.
Rosie, 28, is a vet from Somerset.
When she is not performing surgery or on call, she bakes to unwind and treats the practice nurses with some of her creations.
Her go-to bake is patisserie and her baking is inspired by her rural surroundings, from the orchards next door, to the fresh eggs laid by her ducks and chickens.
Helena, 40, is an online project manager from Leeds.
She spent much of her childhood watching her Spanish grandmother cook and bake.
However, it was not until she moved to Las Vegas as part of an exchange scheme at school that she started baking.
Phil, 56, is a HGV driver from Essex.
The driver, who grew up in Barking, first got a taste for baking during his home economics class at school.
Now, he lives in Rainham, with his wife and two daughters and treats his family and friends to some of his bakes.
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What is The Great British Bake Off prize?
You may be shocked to know that there isn’t actually a prize to be won when competing with other contestants in The Great British Bake Off… rather the prize of pride!
The winning prize is just flowers and a cake stand, at least that’s what has happened so far.
However, it’s commonly known that the winners of the show often go on to make a fortune from endorsement deals, sponsorships and appearances.
Previous Bake Off contestant Martha Collison, who reached the quarter-finals in the 2014 series, confirmed to Barrelhouse: “Everyone is so surprised and thinks there must be some secret cash, but all we really get is a bunch of flowers and a cake stand.
“But then, you also kind of become a national treasure just by doing it because everyone in Britain loves the Bake Off so much.”