Valentines Mansion is back on TV!!!! In a series of four special Sport Relief programmes four celebrity bakers will take on the Great Bake Off challenge.
Set against the backdrop of our stunning Mansion in Ilford, famous faces compete to claim the star baker title!
This series is in aid of Sport Relief and sets out to inspire everyone at home to raise money for those in desperate need. See first-hand how your money can help give people the chance to have a better life.
Valentines Mansion is proud to appear once again on your screens. Make sure you tune in tonight for the final episode!
Watch the most recent episode on BBC iplayer – Ed Byrne hosts in the final episode as the celebs take to the bake off tent. This time around sees impressionist Alistair McGowan, Saturdays singer Rochelle Humes, comedian Doon Mackichan and former Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton turn their skills to cookery.
The bakers must make pizzas for their signature challenge, eccles cakes in the technical challenge and showstopping tiered cakes that represent sporting equipment.
Watch episode 1 on BBC iplayer – In the first episode Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood and Sue Perkins are joined by Harry Potter starlet – actress Bonnie Wright, James Bond actress Samantha Bond, Cricketer Michael Vaughan, and broadcaster Johnny Vaughan. The celebs compete to make sandwich biscuits, tarte tatin and a 3D novelty cake which must depict a sporting landmark.
Watch episode 2 on BBC iplayer – Jo Brand takes over as presenter for episode 2. The next four celebrity bakers to take on the Sport Relief challenges are: Desert Island Discs’ Kirsty Young, singer and actress Jane Horrocks, Olympic gold-medal winning long jumper Greg Rutherford and ice skating’s Mr Nasty, Jason Gardiner. The celebs battle to make gingerbread biscuits, banoffe pie and a cake representing their jobs.
Watch episode 3 on BBC iplayer – Omid Djalili is host of the Bake Off tent for the third episode. This time around the nervous celebs facing the stern judges are: Olivier award-winning singer Michael Ball, broadcaster and co-founder of Comic Relief Emma Freud, singer and presenter Jamelia and Olympic gold-medallist Victoria Pendleton. The foursome must make a traybake, iced ring doughnuts and a layered cake which pays homage to their personal sporting heroes.
Post Author: Emily Polling