It's the quarter-final of The Great British Baking Show, and just five bakers remain. This week, step back in history for a Baking Show first-Tudor Week. Mary and Paul have set three new challenges that embrace a time when Henry VIII reigned, with flamboyant banquets and impressive centerpieces that were Tudor showstoppers. The signature bake is a Tudor classic-pies. Although a few hundred years ago, their pies would have been filled with feathered birds, our bakers will attempt to make a rather more edible version for modern taste of a savory stuffed pie. In the technical challenge, hidden under the 'ye olde gingham cloth,' are the ingredients for a rather unusual Tudor biscuit that has the bakers all tied up in knots. And the final challenge is to construct a showstopper that is a spectacle of marzipan, fit to grace the tables of a wealthy Tudor banquet.