The Great British Bake Off will return to screens as planned on Tuesday, Channel 4 has confirmed.
he’s showing the new series for the first time, which will see a bunch of other amateur bakers in the famous shack with a bunch of new signature cakes, techniques and demonstrations, will air at the usual 8 p.m. time slot.
Judges Paul Hollywood and Dame Prue Leith will return alongside presenters Matt Lucas and Noel Fielding for the fan-favorite baking contest.
It comes as many British channels including BBC One and ITV continue to change their regular broadcast schedules during the time of mourning for the Queen.
On Friday, Channel 4 launched its new Gogglebox series as planned, with the broadcaster saying it will provide a “sense of continuity of value” to many of their viewers.
Channel 4 added that it had made “significant changes” to its schedule following the Queen’s death but that its aim was to provide an “alternative” for viewers they feel found “especially important at times like these”.
Comedy talk show The Last Leg will be airing from Gogglebox on a Channel 4 schedule but host Adam Hills has announced that they’ve canceled the episode because it “didn’t work out”.
Big TV shows coming out next week also include Serious’s return to Dancing on BBC One on September 17, but it’s not yet known if that will continue.
After the Queen’s death, many television stations broadcast news continuously interspersed with content related to the Queen almost unchanged.
On Saturday, BBC One aired national and regional news programs between programs including Image Elizabeth: Her Life in Picture, The Queen and Us: ’50s, The Queen and us:’ 60s, Elizabeth: The Queen Can’t See And When The Queen Speaks To The Nation.
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A special version of The One Show: Our Queen Remembered, will also air at 6:45 p.m. Saturday.
Similar shows are expected on Sunday, with special editions of the show including Songs Of Praise, Countryfile and Antiques Roadshow.
Elizabeth: Her Passions & Pastimes, The Queen And Us: ’70s and The Queen And Us: ’80s will also air, ahead of Sir David Attenborough’s highly anticipated new series of Frozen Planet II.
At 11pm, The Longest Reign: The Queen And Her People, will be shown.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/channel-4-confirms-great-british-bake-off-to-air-as-scheduled-41978553.html Channel 4 confirms Great British Bake Off will broadcast as scheduled