The Great British Bake off made a much welcome return to screens and things got off to an unusual start. Fans of the Channel 4 show have been counting down the days for it to be back on screens after the broadcaster decided to press on with its planned broadcast of the opening episode of the series on Tuesday night (September 13).
There were questions over whether the show would air as normal after a number of changes were made to the TV schedules following the Queen's death.
Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully last Thursday, September 8, at Balmoral, her Scottish Highlands home. As the new series of Bake Off began, the late monarch's coffin arrived at Buckingham Palace ahead of her state funeral next week.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk