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Size: A1 841mm x 594mm (33.1 x 23.4)

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Bake Cake Not War

Nobody knows why cooking programmes are so popular, after all cooking is just a household chore like washing up, dusting or cleaning the windows. But last year (2015), fifteen million viewers watched Nadiya Hussain win the ‘Great British Bake Off’ competition, making it the stations most popular show that year. Problem was the BBC’s contract with ‘Love Productions’ (the company who made it) ran out and they opted to sell the format to Channel 4, for £10 million more than the BBC could offer (£65 million).

It was at that point that the ingredients fell apart, as Mary, Sue and Mel (the leftovers) said that they would ‘not be going with the dough’ and opted to stay loyal to the BBC. Paul who was initially angry, but later simmered down, deserted to Channel 4. However, former fans of the show said that with out the other three, all they had actually bought was a tent and that ‘Bake Off’ would go stale without them. The moral of the story is: ‘Bake Cake, Not War’.

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