The teams must craft 36 fraisiers and 36 verrines in just two and a half hours.
London's Sadler's Wells hosts the grand final of BBC Young Dancer 2017.
Three teams face the juggling act of making 72 perfectly baked viennoiseries.
The last of the category finals, with the spotlight firmly on contemporary dance.
The teams must make arguably the most important cake of one's life - a gateau de mariage.
Five hopefuls compete for the South Asian dance category title at The Lowry in Salford.
The teams must make 36 identical moka au cafe slices and 36 identical napoleons.
Five more hopefuls compete for the ballet category title at The Lowry in Salford.
Five hopefuls compete for the street dance category title at The Lowry in Salford.
The final three potters make fully functioning light features out of porcelain.
The celebrities must create a new flavour of ice cream and raise money for a launch event.
Mariella Frostrup and Rev Richard Coles host the final of the competition.
Johnny Vegas demonstrates how to throw a fully functioning teapot in just one minute.
The celebrities are asked to design a Foxwoods Resort-themed suite and host a party.
For the semi-final, the artists are tasked with capturing the human body in movement.
In the quarter-final, the potters carve patterns on an urn using the technique sgraffito.
The celebrities must produce a video for LG's smart home and home entertainment systems.
The seven artists face two portraiture challenges as they fight for a semi-final place.
In week five, the six remaining potters try pit firing.
The candidates must promote an interactive travel expo for South Africa Tourism.
The eight remaining artists head to ZSL Whipsnade Zoo where they have to paint animals.
Each band performs two songs, before the viewers decide which band should win.
In garden week, the remaining potters must make stunning ceramics for the great outdoors.
The celebrities must promote popular Australian Gold products producing a silent video.
The artists are on the south coast to tackle landscapes around Hastings pier.
Two of the bands are guaranteed a place in the final, while the other two must sing again.
Take That perform with the contestants, before the boys are tested on their dance skills.
It's week three and the eight potters must master the art of Japanese style ceramics.
The celebrities must advertise the new Melania skincare line.
The celebrities are tasked with creating original, three-dimensional artwork.
The ten artists face two still life challenges.
Following the viewer vote, the two bottom bands must sing again to impress the judges.
The remaining contestants have been put into five bands and must now perform live.
The nine potters get to grips with pulling to create handles for casserole dishes.
The contestants perform in groups, joined by a big name in British music.
The teams are tasked with promoting hair products using a glass truck.