Jo Brand is joined by three different celebrity Bake Off fans to shine a spotlight on the good, the bad and the soggy bottomed from the most recent episode.
The Great British Bake Off is back and joined by An Extra Slice on BBC Two. Each week, host Jo Brand chats to a panel of celebrity Bake Off fans, looking at all the shenanigans in the tent. Jo shines a spotlight on the best, the worst and the 'must try harder next time' bakes from the latest episode, with chat, exclusive footage from the BBC One show and an interview with the baker who left the tent that week. The studio audience of Bake Off fans are challenged to bring a bake from home and reveal their efforts on the show, and viewers are invited to share photos of their efforts too - the delightful, the delicious and the downright disastrous. Kicking off the series, Jo and her panel of Bake Off fans give us their take on the 12 brand new bakers and their attempts in cake week. An Extra Slice - when one helping of Bake Off just isn't enough.
It is week two in The Great British Bake Off tent and sister show An Extra Slice returns to serve up more Bake Off magic on BBC Two. This week, Jo Brand is joined by comedian Josh Widdicombe and chef Rosemary Shrager to dissect the latest goings-on, with unseen footage from the BBC One show and an interview with the latest baker to leave the tent. It is biscuit week, so Jo and her guests celebrate all sorts of biscuits in the An Extra Slice studio, tasting audience attempts at gingerbread and garibaldis and looking at viewer photos of their bakes from home - the good, the bad and the downright disastrous. What does Jo's panel make of the remaining 11 bakers and their attempts at decorated biscuits? Mary Berry's challenging technical? And which baker's 3D biscuit creation most impressed in the show-stopper? An Extra Slice - when one helping of Bake Off just isn't enough.
It is bread week, so Jo and her guests cast their eyes over the baked bread brought in by the studio audience, and look at viewer photos of their bakes from home, be they triumphs or heroic fails.
It is batter week in the tent, so Jo and her guests discuss the remaining nine bakers and their sweet and savoury creations, as well as tasting the bakes brought in by the studio audience. Plus, they look at viewers' photos of their attempts from home - the good, the bad and the downright ugly.
It is week five in the Bake Off tent and just eight bakers remain to tackle pastry week.
It is week six in the Great British Bake Off tent and just seven bakers remain to tackle a Bake Off first - botanical week. Joining host Jo Brand in the An Extra Slice studio are three celebrity fans including Danny Baker, all eager to chew over the latest goings on in the tent.
It is dessert week in the Great British Bake Off tent and just six bakers remain. Joining host Jo Brand in the An Extra Slice studio are three celebrity Bake Off fans - double Olympic silver medalist Rebecca James, Crème de la Crème judge Cherish Finden and comedian Chris Addison.
What will the panel think about the classic Tudor signature bake, a savoury stuffed pie? Which baker's traditional biscuit stood out in the technical? And whose showstopper was deemed fit for a king?
What do the panel think of the bakers' signature French pastry? Who do they think rose to Paul's yeast-based fruit and chocolate cake in the technical? Whose showstopping mini cake bake won the day? And which baker will the panel tip to be crowned the Great British Bake Off Champion 2016?
Going into the final, just three bakers remained, one of whom would be crowned the winner of 2016. Jo Brand is joined in studio Mary Berry to get her take on the nerve-wracking final bakes and why she and Paul chose their eventual champion. Jo interviews the year's winner as well as the two runners-up, and she is also joined by the rest of the year's bakers.