The new series of Bake Off has started but this time it's being broadcast on Channel 4 instead of the BBC
Some fans of The Great British Bake Off are worried that Mary Berry might judge them for watching Channel 4
Reports claim that Prue Leith will replace Mary Berry in the Channel 4 version of The Great British Bake Off
Prue Leith is rumoured to be replacing Mary Berry on The Great British Bake Off, but who is she and can she fill Mary Berry's shoes?
Last night at the National Television Awards, talkRADIO reporter Johnny Seifert spoke to the Mary Berry about how to handle a hangover
The Great British Bake Off is set to return to our TV screens this year, after the BBC have waived the right to force Channel 4 to wait until 2018 to broadcast the show
Sue Perkins joined Paul Ross and discussed the future of The Great British Bake Off as it moves to Channel 4 and what she'll do next
Mary Berry has announced that she has been given a new BBC cooking show next year, entitled 'Mary Berry Everyday'
Ahead of her GBBO farewell, Berry has spoken about how she got the gig and described the humble origins of the smash-hit show
Mary Berry has been confirmed in a new cooking show, so those that were upset at her departure from The Great British Bake Off as it moves to Channel 4 have something else to look forward to
Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins have all left The Great British Bake Off, so can Hollywood do it alone? talkRADIO weighs up his chances
Hollywood has signed deal to remain with GBBO for three series
The judge has announced she will no longer be appearing on the show as it moves to Channel 4, as she wants to stay with the BBC
Some fans lament departure of popular presenters, while others ask why we care more about TV than world news
Jon Holmes invited a cake expert on his show to give her views on the controversial moving of TV show The Great British Bake Off
With Bake Off moving to Channel 4, there's a chance judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood may be leaving. So talkRADIO has come up with a list of people who could fill their shoes
TV critic Mike Ward also says people are outraged by the move as 'it seems such a BBC-type of show'
As the popular baking competition hits our screens tonight, we remember the worst bits from previous series
The former semi-finalist reveals what competing in the show is really like