It is finals week and 24 of the nation's finest chefs have been whittled down to just eight. Over the course of four hour-long shows they will battle it out in the kitchen for the chance to get a dish to the Comic Relief Banquet.
The brief called for the chefs to bring out their funny sides. Their food not only had to be gastronomic, but a performance on a plate, witty and fun. Their prize: to get a dish on the menu at a special banquet at the Royal Albert Hall celebrating 25 years of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day.
The charity has raised more than 800 million pounds, changing the lives of people in both Africa and the UK through the power of entertainment.
Comedian Ade Edmondson tucks into the chefs' main courses to help decide which three will remain in contention to cook at the special banquet. But the chefs are in for a major surprise as the judges deliver unexpected news about the day's competition.