Michael Moran

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On Wednesday, the world looked on with bemusement as the British people united to bid farewell to one of their most beloved institutions: a TV show about people baking cakes.

The Great British Bake Off final on BBC1 represented the last time that the national broadcaster will air the show that, for many, crystallizes what it is to be British.

Bake Off demonstrates the three things that we Brits most like about ourselves: a sense of fair play, bordering on downright uncompetitiveness; childish innuendo; and cake.

But one of the things that we don’t like about ourselves — a willingness to sell the most precious pieces of our family silver to make a quick buck — has led to Bake Off moving to Channel 4.…  Seguir leyendo »