Fans of BBC’s Great British Bake Off listen up – this year there will be a festive version of the hit TV show.
And among those returning to our screens for the one-off show is Press and Journal columnist Norman Calder.
The show is due to be moved to Channel 4 in the new year so the episodes on Christmas day and Boxing Day will be the last time we’ll see the old gang together.
Joining Norman, who hails from Buckie, will be Shetland’s James Morton – whose Fair Isle jumpers became as big a hit with fans as he did.
They will take on series two finalist Mary-Anne Boermans, series three’s Cathryn Dresser and series four’s Ali Imdad, series two’s Janet Basu, series four’s Howard Middleton and series five’s Chetna Makan.
Episode one of The Great Christmas Bake Off will air on Christmas Day at 4.45pm, while episode two will be served up at 7pm on Boxing Day – all on BBC One.