Bake Off: The Professionals

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Bake Off: The Professionals

In a 1920s-themed final, the teams create a dessert trolley adorned with sharing delights and an opulent banquet. Which team will be roaring with joy and be crowned the winner? (S6 Ep10/10)

Series 6
It's the semi-final and the teams take on renowned pastry chef Philip Khoury's signature Dawn of a New Day dessert, before creating a wondrous Land of the Giants bûche entremet. (S6 Ep9/10)
It's a viennoiserie quarter-final, as the teams create puff pastries, brioche feuilletée and amphibian-inspired desserts. Who will leapfrog into the semi-final? (S6 Ep8/10)
The teams take on a brand-new challenge: creating spectacular hanging showpieces delicately suspended from the ceiling, adorned with perfectly crafted petits fours. (S6 Ep7/10)
It's Chocolate Week, and the teams make desserts celebrating the delights of autumn. Who will conquer the safari-themed showpiece and whose adventure will come to an end? (S6 Ep6/10)
The remaining teams tackle reimagined millefeuille and religieuse modelled on musical icons. Who'll be singing all the way to the next round, and who'll face the curtain? (S6 Ep5/10)
Six new teams produce perfect Prinsesstårta and transform the humble bread and butter pudding. Whose fairy-tale ending will be cut short, and who will stay in the competition? (S6 Ep4/10)
It's chocolate week. The four remaining teams create chocolate-domed figurines, totally-nuts desserts, and archaeology-themed chocolate bars. (S6 Ep3/10)
The five remaining teams create 24 reimagined tarts and 24 peach melbas, before attempting a pièce montée of 160 individual choux buns, inspired by the theme of 'Mad Science'. (S6 Ep2/10)
The search for the best patisserie team in Britain returns as new host Ellie Taylor and Liam Charles welcome more new pastry chefs. Whose opéra aux fruit hits the high notes? (S6 Ep1/10)
The Final: The teams pour all of their patisserie passion into creating a window display of beautiful finger tarts and a day at the races banquet, before the winner is announced. (S5 Ep10)
It's the semi-final and the teams create a plated dessert for each of the judges, with no recipe to guide them, before recreating the Jurassic World in an edible table scene. (S5 Ep9)
It's the quarter-final and the teams create illusion desserts and a Singapore ice cream sandwich, before they combine sugar and chocolate in a spectacular theme park showpiece. (S5 Ep8)
The best teams from both heats face new rivals, as they tackle chaussons aux pommes and a brand-new viennoiserie creation, before producing a garden paradise-themed showpiece. (S5 Ep7)
The remaining teams from this heat ooze into Chocolate Week as they conquer perfectly spherical desserts, before constructing mythical chocolate showpieces and 48 chocolate bars. (S5 Ep6)
The five best teams from last week tackle mini celebration cakes and a patisserie classic, the Les Misérables, before creating a grand pièce montée with two flavours of choux buns. (S5 Ep5)
Six new teams make Mont Blancs and a chocolate amenity, without any recipes to follow, before transforming the classic trifle into a fine-dining showpiece with towering sculptures. (S5 Ep4)
The best teams from last week take on chocolate week, as they create 24 cylindrical desserts, 24 puddings celebrating the honeybee and some ancient mythology-inspired showpieces. (S5 Ep3)
The teams race against the clock to create 24 perfect savoury slices, 24 layered crepe cakes, and 160 choux buns for a Greatest Sporting Moments-themed pièce montée. (S5 Ep2)
The search for Britain's best patisserie team returns. Liam Charles and new host Stacey Solomon welcome a fresh batch of pastry chefs, who tackle fraisiers and towering sculptures. (S5 Ep1)