The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice is back for 2020 - here's all you need to know.
As The Great British Bake Off triumphantly returns to our screens, An Extra Slice is back to bring us more treats from the tent.
Each week host Jo Brand welcomes a panel of celebrity Bake Off fans to unpack the best bits from the show, as well as unseen footage and an exclusive interview with the latest baker to have left the tent.
Alongside Jo, comedian Tom Allen will join the show weekly with a selection of home bakers presenting their creations.
Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice airs Friday nights at 8PM on Channel 4 from September 25.
Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice episodes and guests
Episode 1 - September 25
In the first episode of the new series, Jo welcomes presenter AJ Odudu and An Extra Slice favourite Richard Osman to discuss the new bubble of bakers and get stuck into Cake Week. Comedian and Extra Slice regular Tom Allen has invited an array of home bakers to bravely present him with their delights.
Episode 2 - October 2
In week 2, Jo is joined by judge Prue Leith, comedian Phil Wang and Bake Off fan Stephen Mangan to snap up the best bits of Biscuit Week and exciting extra footage. The home bakers keep a safe distance from Tom Allen's prying eyes and Jo looks at what delights and frights viewers have been baking in their kitchens.
Episode 3 - October 9
For week 3, Jo is joined by judge Paul Hollywood, presenter and comedian Judi Love and comedian Aisling Bea to discuss the best bits from the week and take a look at some exclusive unseen footage from the show. Plus, Tom Allen invites a select group of home bakers to show off their skills, while Jo rifles through photos of the curious monstrosities viewers have created in their kitchens.
Episode 4 - October 16
In Episode 4, Jo's joined by Vic Reeves, Melvin Odoom and Steph McGovern, as they dip their fingers into Chocolate Week. There are exclusive unseen clips from the tent and the latest baker to leave the competition tells all. Plus, Tom Allen reviews some of the handiwork offered up by a select group of home bakers and we see the disastrous bakes viewers have created in their kitchens.
Episode 5 - October 23
In Week 5, Jo's joined by Bake Off fans Joel Dommett and Vick Hope, as they tuck into the best bits and unseen extras from Pastry Week. There's an exclusive interview with the latest baker to pack up their utensils, Tom Allen probes a bunch of home bakers and Jo showcases the incredible and inedible creations emerging from your kitchens at home.
Episode 6 - October 30
This time, Jo's joined by Jonathan Ross, Darren Harriott and Siobhan McSweeney to discuss all the action from a Bake Off first - Japanese Week. There's extra unseen footage, an exclusive interview with the latest baker to say 'sayonara' and Tom Allen puts a select group of home bakers through their paces from a safe distance.
Episode 7 - November 6
Jo's joined by Harry Hill, Sunetra Sarker and 80s legend Martin Kemp who go retro and dissect the latest goings on from 1980s Week. There's extra unseen footage, an exclusive interview with the latest baker to leave, and Tom Allen's back in the socially distanced bakers lounge to probe bakes brought in by our home bakers.
Episode 8 - November 12
This week, Jo's joined by Kathy Burke, Jools Holland and Sophie Duker who dig into the best bits and tasty treats from Dessert Week. There's hilarious extra unseen footage, an exclusive interview with the latest baker to leave, and Tom Allen exhibits some home bakers' exquisite afters.
Episode 9 - November 20
This time, Jo's joined by Joe Wilkinson, Jordan Banjo and the queen bee of patisserie, Prue Leith, as they chew over the Patisserie Week semi-final. There's extra unseen footage, an exclusive interview with the latest baker to leave, and Tom Allen waves his whisk at the socially distanced home bakers and their tasty treats.
Episode 10 - November 27
To celebrate the final, Jo's joined by Matt Lucas, Emma Bunton, and both runners-up and the winner of The Great British Bake Off 2020. The panel indulge in the dramatic finale, there's extra unseen footage from the tent, Tom Allen does a final sweep of the studio and Jo mops up the last viewer pictures of the series - from the delicious to the atrocious.
Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice airs Friday nights at 8PM on Channel 4. You can watch episodes online and catch up via All 4 here.
Meanwhile Great British Bake Off airs Tuesday nights at 8PM and can be watched online here.
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