Chef and restaurateur John Torode and food writer and ingredients expert Gregg Wallace search for the country's top celebrity chef.
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The contestants face mystery box and palate tests, and cater for the Cirque du Soleil.
One of the celebrities cooks their final dishes for judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace.
The week's remaining contestants face the first of the quarter-finals.
John Thomson, Phillips Idowu, Denise Black and Ade Edmondson face three challenges.
The second batch of contestants face elimination day, with one celeb leaving the contest.
Phil Vickery, Emma Kennedy and Christine Hamilton judge the second quarter-final.
Shane Lynch, Brian Capron, Shappi Khorsandi and Miranda Krestovnikoff all don their aprons
It is elimination day and one celebrity will cook their final dish for John and Gregg.
The celebrities must cook a two-course meal, judged by by three previous champions.
Joe Calzaghe, Matthew Hoggard, Speech Debelle and Les Dennis join the cookery competition.
The contestants are paired up and must face paying customers for the first time.
The remaining celebrities cook a two-course meal judged by three previous finalists.
Judges John and Gregg decide which two of the eight remaining celebrities to send home.
The semi-finalists must provide a three course dinner at Cambridge University.
The semi-finalists cook for food critics Jay Rayner, Tracey MacLeod and Charles Campion.
The finalists begin by mastering the art of the afternoon tea at Number One Aldwych.
The celebrities recreate one of John's own dishes - the complex 'Rabbit Three Ways'.
The three finalists are tasked with presenting a faultless three-course meal.