BBC's Great British Menu is nearly at the end with a team of passionate chefs battling it out to serve up their food at a banquet.

The theme this year is '100 Years of Great British Broadcasting' after the first-ever BBC Radio broadcast in 1922.

The banquet this year will be at Alexandra Palace in London and attended by special guests from TV and radio. 

The show is presented by TV personality and chef Andi Oliver. 

The judges feature Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, chef and restaurateur Nisha Katona, and comedian and host of food podcast Off Menu, Ed Gamble.

Who is Andi Oliver? 

Andrea, also known as Andi, is a London-based chef who hosts TV and radio shows. 

The 58-year-old is a former member of the band Rip Rig + Panic, who performed in an episode of the comedy show The Young Ones.

She frequently appears on BBC World Service and the annual Glastonbury coverage. 

She has a daughter, 37-year-old television presenter Miquita Oliver.

The two appeared in a food documentary in 2022, The Caribbean with Andi and Miquita.

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​Andi Oliver first started as a judge on the Great British Menu in 2017, after taking over from Prue Leith. 

She then stepped down as a judge in the Christmas 2020 episode and replaced Susan Claman as the presenter. 

Here's the schedule for finals week: 

9pm Monday, March 28 - Starters

8pm Tuesday, March 29 - Fish

9pm Wednesday, March 30 - Mains

8pm Thursday, March 31 - Desserts

7.30pm Friday, April 1 - The Banquet