Mary Berry

Join Mary in her brand-new series that sees her explore the exciting world of quick cooking.

Best House in Town judges

This is a competition that celebrates the best of British ingenuity and creativity.  No matter the size or the scale of the budget, this is about how people have achieved incredible results in their homes.

Each episode will look at farms from a wide cross-section of the industry including alpacas, sheep and dexter cattle and all manner of British food production from honey and ice cream to oils and cider.

Mary Berry loves Christmas more than any other time of year – it’s about spending time with family and friends, but mostly it’s about doing what Mary has done best all her life – helping others to cook!

Mary Berry

Classic Mary Berry is a brand new six-part series that celebrates what makes Mary Berry such a brilliant cook, teacher and inspiration.

Pygmygoat

A heart-warming series that celebrates inspirational farming families and the rural events where they showcase their hard work, as they try to win the top prizes.

Mary Berry’s Christmas Party is the perfect invitation for yuletide escape. Some of TV’s best-loved faces join Mary to cook delicious dishes especially for her Christmas Party.

Mary Berry Everyday

Mary Berry’s new series celebrates the everyday food and ingredients she has always loved to cook, proving that you don’t need an exotic larder to create delicious dishes. This is Mary at her best – inspirational food cooked with the flair, warmth, humour and the endless energy of the country’s best loved cook.

Alpacas

A heart-warming series that celebrates inspirational farming families across the country and the rural events where they showcase their hard work, as they try to win top prizes.

Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking

In this delightful six part series, the nation’s best-loved home cook draws on her wealth of cookery know-how to share a selection of her foolproof recipes

The BOX

BBC One

The BOX is an exciting cooking competition for imaginative and skilled amateur home cooks who do not rely on recipe books.

A cooking competition like no other, The Chef’s Protege, centres on the relationship between apprentice and master. Over 20 episodes the series shows the day-to-day reality of the cooking industry and how the masters of today can help create the stars of tomorrow.

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