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For any copyright, please send me a message. THE amateur bakers will take on the Roaring Twenties Week for their next challenge on Channel 4’s hit show, The Great British Bake Off. Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith are back to judge all of the delicious treats but what else can fans expect in episode five and when is it on? What will happen in episode five of Bake Off? Next week will see the remaining Bake Off contestants show off their skills with a brand new baking challenge – Roaring Twenties Week. We’re all left scratching our heads wondering what on earth that means. Well, hosts Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig will be checking on the contestants as they create confectionery inspired by the Twenties. The Signature involves a decorative twist on custard pies, while the Technical round will be a test of the bakers’ timing and consistency. Finally, for the Showstopper, they must create a three-tiered masterpiece inspired by their tipple of choice. Paul and Prue are on hand to assess the results of their efforts and decide who will be leaving the tent. When is episode five of Bake Off on TV? The Great British Bake Off 2019 will return on TUESDAY (September 24, 2019) at 8pm on Channel 4. The show will run every Tuesday for seven more weeks. The final is likely to be on November 5, 2019 – but this is still to be confirmed. If you miss an episode you can catch it on Channel 4+1 or All 4. What happened in episode four on Bake Off? Phil Thorne struggled to keep up with his fellow bakers when his decoration in the Signature and Showstopper challenges fell flat with the judges. His garden-inspired mishti elderflower rockery and pistachio roses failed on all fronts, making him the fourth contestant to be eliminated from the show. Meanwhile, Steph did exceptionally well with all three challenges in Dairy Week, which led her to become the new Star Baker. Paul and Prue loved the flavours in her chocolate and raspberry buttermilk cake, even though it appeared to have been a tad too rich. She topped the Technical – although that was just by being best of a bad bunch.
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