A Samaritan, a student and a pantomime producer are just three of the contestants hoping to win this year’s Great British Bake Off.
The show will return to Channel 4 on 22 September after filming was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
This year’s line-up consists of 12 contestants – one fewer than the baker’s dozen who competed last year.
Matt Lucas will replace Sandi Toksvig as host, joining the returning Noel Fielding.
Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith will be on hand to judge the best bakes in the famous white tent.
The bakers were selected by April, but coronavirus restrictions meant the filming schedule had to be rewritten, and the series will reach screens a month later than usual.
The show is normally filmed over three months, largely at weekends. However, this year the producers asked the contestants to take six