Bake Off Record

October 24, 2013 by  

Bake Off Record, The Great British Bake Off is BBC Two’s most-watched programme in a decade, after an average 8.4 million viewers saw Frances Quinn win series four.

Clothes designer Quinn, 31, said she was “in complete and utter shock” after beating psychologist Kimberley Wilson and former model Ruby Tandoh.

She impressed judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood with her wedding cake, inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

At its peak, some 9.1 million people tuned in to Tuesday night’s finale.

The episode – which also saw the amateur bakers making pretzels and picnic pie – secured double the audience tuning into the Uefa Champions League football match which was broadcast on ITV at the same time.

The hit show, which moves to BBC One next series, beat the record held by a 2007 episode of Top Gear, by more than 400,000 viewers.

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