The Great British Baking Show, Season 4HDClosed Captioning
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Follow 12 amateur bakers all hoping to be named Britain’s best. Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood are joined by hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins as the contestants face challenges to test their baking prowess, creativity, and skill.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCake||Twelve new bakers don their aprons and head for the iconic tent in the heart of the British countryside. Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood have created 30 brand new challenges that will test their baking prowess, creativity and skill in a bid to find Britain’s best amateur baker. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins will be with them every step of the way ready to lend a hand or a shoulder to cry on. In Cake Week, the bakers will tackle a British classic in their first signature challenge as Paul and Mary take the bakers back to basics. But fear not, the judging will be just as tough. Next, the bakers face their first technical–Mary’s challenge tests them on a popular little cake with a fatless sponge and tricky chocolate work, calling on all their baking instincts for this technically challenging cake. The bakers have to go all-out to impress with their first showstopper: It’s sophisticated, high end, and the judges want nothing short of perfection. With this cake, there's nowhere to hide.||54:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBiscuits||This week it's crunch time, as Paul and Mary set the bakers three biscuit challenges. They kick start with a signature challenge, but who will snap first with just a few hours to make 24 identical and elaborate decorated biscuits? Then, hidden under the gingham cloth is a technical challenge that requires perfect piping, to avoid turning into a crumbling whirl. And The final showstopper challenge requires precision baking, to build a biscuit structure that reveals a little more about each of the bakers.||54:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBread||It’s bread week, and Paul Hollywood has put together three of the toughest challenges ever. There’s the signature challenge—a sweet dough with a twist. And with Paul’s digits primed for prodding, no dough is safe from his scrutiny. The bakers face a steamy technical challenge without an oven, as Paul and Mary step out of the tent to leave the bakers with only a basic set of instructions and ingredients to test their baking instincts. For the perfect bake, they have to avoid a burnt bottom and a soggy top. And there’s a mighty final challenge, using three different flours to create a huge showstopper centerpiece.||54:31||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBatter||For the very first time, it’s Batter week! Mary and Paul have set three challenges to test the bakers on some store cupboard classics. To start things off, there is a British favorite. It may sound simple, but the judges are looking for perfection: a uniform bake across the batch, and topped with a tasty savory filling. The bakers really have to rise to the occasion in this signature challenge. Mary sets a classic technical challenge that requires a perfect pastry, a sweet filling, and delicate icing. With only a basic recipe, Mary’s only advice to the bakers is to keep their cool. And finally for the showstopper, the ovens are off and the fryers are out, as the bakers are challenged to do their version of a Spanish classic.||54:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPastry||With just eight bakers left, Mary and Paul are looking for perfection. They’ve set three challenges to test the bakers on three very different types of pastry. For the signature challenge, it’s breakfast time, Danish style. In the technical challenge, Mary asks the bakers to keep their cool, giving them limited time and instructions to bake a classic British tart. And finally there’s a bite size showstopper, a fine pastry that’s notoriously difficult to make and even trickier to bake. Which bakers will impress Mary and Paul enough to keep their place in the tent…and who will be heading home?||54:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBotanical||It's week six, and just seven bakers remain. This week, for the very first time on The Great British Baking Show, it’s Botanical Week. With three challenges inspired by nature, the bakers can reach for anything that grows to give their bakes maximum botanical taste. The bakers start with a signature challenge—a classic with a twist, that demands sharp citrus flavors and perfect peaks. Hidden under the gingham cloth is a leafy technical challenge set by Paul Hollywood. And, finally, the botanical showstopper is the biggest challenge of the series so far; not one, not two, but three tiers of elaborately decorated cake. Paul and Mary are looking for beautifully flavored sponges, and want to be wowed by stunning floral designs.||54:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDesserts||It’s Dessert week! Three sweet challenges mean a bitter end for one of the six remaining bakers as they battle for a place in the quarterfinal. For starters, the bakers face a sweetly-filled signature challenge that has them rolling out their skills to impress Mary and Paul. And, if that weren’t enough, the technical challenge is one of the toughest of the series so far, which layers on the sweet pressure the bakers are tested on a tricky French dessert. And finally, there’s a multi-bake mini showstopper that’s a bit of a mousse marathon.||54:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTudor Week||It's the quarter-final of The Great British Baking Show, and just five bakers remain. This week, step back in history for a Baking Show first—Tudor Week. Mary and Paul have set three new challenges that embrace a time when Henry VIII reigned, with flamboyant banquets and impressive centerpieces that were Tudor showstoppers. The signature bake is a Tudor classic—pies. Although a few hundred years ago, their pies would have been filled with feathered birds, our bakers will attempt to make a rather more edible version for modern taste of a savory stuffed pie. In the technical challenge, hidden under the ‘ye olde gingham cloth,’ are the ingredients for a rather unusual Tudor biscuit that has the bakers all tied up in knots. And the final challenge is to construct a showstopper that is a spectacle of marzipan, fit to grace the tables of a wealthy Tudor banquet.||54:31||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPâtisserie||It’s week nine of The Great British Baking Show, and it’s the semi-final, where only four bakers remain. It’s Pâtisserie week! To kick-start things in the signature challenge, the bakers are once again butter bashing and folding their pastry to achieve perfect lamination for this difficult French pastry. In the technical challenge, Paul has set the bar high, testing the bakers’ pâtisserie prowess with a yeast-based cake with a fruity top and delicate chocolate work. And in the showstopper, it’s the bakers’ last chance to prove they have what it takes to make it to the final. A multiple mini-cake bake proves that timing is crucial to achieve the high-end finish the judges are looking for.||54:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Final||Only three bakers remain, but only one can be crowned winner! The final theme is a right Royal Baking Show: three challenges to impress the Queen—and of course, the British baking queen, Mary Berry, and fellow judge, King Paul of Hollywood. In their last signature challenge, it’s a return to meringues, but in the final, there is no room for error, or cracks. In the technical challenge, Mary has made a simple bake very, very tough, as she gives the bakers only one recipe instruction. It may be a very British classic but, with no measurements, it’s the ultimate test of our final three bakers’ intuition. On the final day, the finalists face their last chance to bake for glory: the showstopper. This year’s final showstopper proves to be one of the most complex challenges ever seen. With only one oven, it's five solid hours of baking for the finalists to prove they deserve the winner's trophy. Who will be named the winner of The Great British Baking Show?||54:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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favorite season so far
oh man i wish this show had 50 seasons...best cooking show out there and i'm obsessed with cooking show and have watched hundreds and hundreds of episodes from most of them. There is a magic and grace about this show that far and away dominates. So sad that it won't be continuing...
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- Released: Jun 17, 2017
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