It's the final! Just three challenges lie between the remaining three bakers and the trophy. Each one is worthy, but who will be crowned winner of the Great British Bake Off?
Patisserie - Semi-final
It's semi-final time and the tension is palpable as the bakers begin Patisserie Week. The final four bakers must bake nonstop to create two elegant entremets.
Asked to make enriched sweet fruit loaves for their signature challenge, the bakers must work with soft dough to create works of art for Paul and Mary to critique.
The remaining bakers are asked to make signature savoury parcels, ranging from pasties and wellingtons to samosas, and even exploring the fame of the beloved cornish pasty.
Past halfway in their baking marathon and the remaining six bakers face three European cakes. For their signature challenge the bakers are asked to bake yeast-leavened cakes.
Pies and Tarts
Starting with a signature custard tart that gives more than one of them a wobble, the bakers must make sweet custard tarts of their own invention.
Having seen the bakers make cake, biscuits and bread, Mary and Paul up the ante. For the first time, see how the bakers cope with multitasking across several baking skills at once.
In week three, the remaining ten bakers get ready to brave bread. The boys are confident that this is their week, but the girls have other ideas.
The bakers make a biscuit that complements cheese, Florentines, and a three-dimensional scene constructed entirely out of biscuits.
The 12 new contestants face their first challenge - cake. They must make a signature cake, Mary Berry's cherry cake, and a show-stopping set of miniature cakes.