The 14th series of The Great British Bake Off 2023 is officially in full swing with this year's bakers delighting viewers (as well as judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith) with their dreamy signature bakes, tricky technicals and sensational showstoppers every week.
But if you’re someone without a TV licence – or are busy watching EastEnders when GBBO airs on Channel 4 – it’s likely you’ll be relying on catch up to get your sweet fix.
And in the interest of avoiding spoilers (seriously, how long can you boycott social media for, really?) it’s good practice to feast your eyes on an episode as soon as it's aired on TV.
What time does Great British Bake Off go on catch up?
According to All 4, Channel 4’s online On Demand service, The Great British Bake Off becomes available on catch up as soon as the episode ends. Although, from experience, the platform is subject to disruption with so many people trying to access the episode at that time.
Here's everything else you need to know about The Great British Bake Off...
When did Great British Bake Off start?
The latest series of The Great British Bake Off started on Tuesday 26 September 2023.
Who are the judges on Great British Bake Off?
Returning to their roles as the GBBO hosts are Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
Who are the hosts on Great British Bake Off?
Why did Great British Bake Off leave BBC One?
In 2016, GBBO moved to Channel 4 following a rights disagreement between the BBC and the show's production company.
At the time, Jay Hunt, Channel 4’s chief creative officer, said, "I'm delighted we have been able to partner with the hugely talented team at Love Productions to keep this much-loved show on free-to-air television.”