Harry Hill hosts a junior version of the baking competition
It's the final, and the four remaining bakers create a themed afternoon tea, with entremets and pastries, and a showstopping tiered layer cake. Who will be crowned the winner?
Harry Hill hosts, as judges Liam Charles and Ravneet Gill take on the tough task of finding Britain's best junior baker
The four finalists create a themed afternoon tea, but who will be crowned the winner?
The bakers tackle a cute-but-tough Technical and 3D choux centrepieces in the semi-final
On day three of finals week, the six remaining bakers create tower-stacked illusion bakes
On day two of finals week, the remaining bakers make Japanese-inspired creations
It's finals week. Our last eight junior bakers make street food and 3D doughnut displays.
The second heat of bakers make a Spanish snack with a twist and a celebration pie
The second heat of bakers make stacks of chocolatey deliciousness and a mash-up dessert
The second heat of bakers tackle a twisted Technical and bread creatures great and small
The second heat of bakers tackle a mucky Technical and showstopping fairy-tale biscuits
The second heat of bakers tackle a construction challenge and a showstopping cupcake scene
It's Pastry Day and the first heat of junior bakers make choux pastry featuring themselves
It's Dessert Day. The first heat of young bakers make tall, jiggly animal-shaped desserts.
It's Bread Day and the first heat of junior bakers make sweet bread mythical creatures
It's Biscuit Day and the first heat of junior bakers make a masterpiece biscuit canvas
It's Cake Day and the first heat of junior bakers make sponge, jelly and fantasy cakes