Britain's best amateur bakers compete in the iconic white tent - all united in their aim to prove their baking skills and impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith
Our five bakers are stepping back in time and using unfamiliar recipes for Forgotten Bakes week. There's a sweet and savoury signature challenge and Prue sets a boozy technical.
Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding are joined in the iconic tent by 12 of Britain's best amateur bakers - all united in their aim to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
Next on TV: Tue 2 Nov, 8pm
The Final: Just three bakers remain. Who will be crowned winner of The Great British Bake Off 2017?
Series 1 Episode 10
Patisserie Week: It's patisserie time, and there's no business like choux business
Series 1 Episode 9
Forgotten Bakes: Our five bakers face a sweet and savoury signature challenge and a boozy technical
Series 1 Episode 8
Italian Week: The bakers face a Sicilian signature, a tricky technical, and a fiddly showstopper
Series 1 Episode 7
Pastry Week: The bakers face a tough triple challenge including an ambitious traditional pie
Series 1 Episode 6
Pudding Week: This week there's a multi-layered showstopper that's not to be trifled with
Series 1 Episode 5
Caramel Week: The three sticky challenges for the bakers include a super sweet signature
Series 1 Episode 4
Bread Week: Paul and Prue set some tough challenges, including an ambitious sculpture showstopper
Series 1 Episode 3
Biscuit Week: For biscuit week, Paul and Prue set the remaining 11 bakers three new challenges
Series 1 Episode 2
Cake Week: Including the trickiest showstopper ever set in Bake Off's first week: an illusion cake
Series 1 Episode 1