Daisy Wyatt has newly joined the Independent online team as an arts and entertainment writer. She studied English Literature at university and recently graduated from an MA in journalism. She is interested in popular culture and politics, and her radio is only ever tuned into THE HITS or Radio 4.
The competition was fierce during this week’s quarter final, and the bakers were put to a number of unenviable tasks, including baking gluten-friendly loaves and vegetable showstopper cakes with no butter or cheese.
I have a confession to make, I am a Great British Bake Off virgin. I have never watched an episode of what has come to be one of the nation’s best-loved, most-watched shows until this evening. It’s a shameful thing to admit as a TV journalist; die-hard Bake Off fans please forgive me.
Mumford & Sons’ Marcus, Ted, Ben and Winston have decided to take themselves less seriously for their new video ‘Hopeless Wanderer,’ allowing comedians Jason Bateman, Ed Helms, Will Forte and Jason Sudeikis to take their places instead.