Series 1

Four well-known faces don their aprons in this charity special hosted by Mel Giedroyc. Who's got what it takes to go all the way and compete for the first ever Great Sport Relief Bake Off crown?

  • Episode 4

    4/4 The decider for the Great Sport Relief Bake Off champion 2012.

    First broadcast: 13 Jan 2012

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  • Episode 3

    3/4 The challenges include a classic crumble, coffee and walnut cake and lemon meringue tarts.

    First broadcast: 12 Jan 2012

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  • Episode 2

    2/4 Arlene Phillips is amazed when her pastry is described as 'lovely, buttery and short'.

    First broadcast: 11 Jan 2012

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  • Episode 1

    1/4 Joe's lost for words when his family meringue recipe is described as 'superb' by Paul.

    First broadcast: 10 Jan 2012

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Episode 4

4/4 The decider for the Great Sport Relief Bake Off champion 2012.

Fri 13 Jan 2012 20:00 BBC Two

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  • More about presenter Mel Giedroyc

    More about presenter Mel Giedroyc

    Writer and performer, Mel Giedroyc, started her career as half of the hugely successful double-act, Mel and Sue. Shortlisted for the Best Newcomers Award at the Edinburgh Festival, Mel and Sue went on to write material for French and Saunders before hosting their own show, “Light Lunch”, which later became “Late Lunch”. When the duo separated to work on individual projects, Mel worked on a range of programmes including co-presenting a daytime chat show and starring in a BBC sitcom. Mel also appeared in three series of the twice BAFTA-nominated cult sketch show “Sorry I've Got No Head” as well as the West End musical “Eurobeat”.

    More recently, Mel has appeared in the popular teen drama, “Sadie J”. Both Mel and Sue have appeared on the award-winning radio show, “Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show.” Mel also presents “The 4 o’clock Show” daily on Radio 4 Extra.

  • Episode 1: TV gardener Joe Swift shares some advice with actress Sarah Hadland.

    Episode 1: TV gardener Joe Swift shares some advice with actress Sarah Hadland.

  • Episode 2: Choreographer Arlene Phillips listens to judge Mary Berry.

    Episode 2: Choreographer Arlene Phillips listens to judge Mary Berry.

  • Episode 3: TV presenter Anita Rani under the eye of host Mel Giedroyc.

    Episode 3: TV presenter Anita Rani under the eye of host Mel Giedroyc.

  • Baking recipes featured in the programme

    To find out details on recipes featured in the programme and other great baking recipes, visit BBC Food.

    BBC Food Programmes: The Great Sport Relief Bake Off recipes

Meet the bakers

Meet the bakers

Find out more about the celebrity bakers taking part in this series

Recipes

The Great Sport Relief Bake Off recipes

Have a go at the recipes from this series.

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