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Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc famously quit as presenters of The Distinguished British Bake Off after it moved to Channel 4.

Nonetheless the pair be pleased now published to the Radio Instances it wasn’t the first time they’d resigned from the repeat.

„On day one we had moderately a frank chat with the producers,“ Giedroyc talked about.

„We resigned, in most cases,“ Perkins talked about. „Because it was as soon as now not a form repeat. They were pointing cameras within the bakers‘ faces and making them impart and announcing, ‚Explain us about your useless gran.'“

Clearly, the considerations were ironed out and the presenters determined to continue, info superhighway hosting the repeat from 2010 to 2016.

The duo be pleased now known each various for 32 years. They met at Cambridge University and be pleased worked together in radio and TV ever since.

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When Bake Off was as soon as at its top, it was as soon as introduced that the repeat would roam from the BBC to Channel 4.

Giedroyc and Perkins quit, announcing they were „now not going with the dough“.

Perkins says they found out out about the roam to Channel 4 via a TV news file.

„We need it the loyal and in return we correct wanted them to attain that it might probably probably most definitely had been hard for us to maintain on in these circumstances. There will not be any antagonism there. I correct teach, ‚Whenever you happen to are going to let us gain out that scheme [from TV], then we’re now not truly a crew, are we?'“

Snatch Mary Berry moreover left, while Paul Hollywood went to the repeat’s new dwelling, where he was as soon as joined by Prue Leith, Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig.

Toksvig recently introduced she was as soon as quitting. Matt Lucas is replacing her.

Their latest conducting is taking half in assassins in Sky 1 comedy Hitmen.

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