NEW UPDATE: At 9am this morning, January 15, we received a call from Yanica’s brother Stefan (who is also in Haiti). He told us that Jessica and Yanica are safe and at the US Embassy. “They will be flying out today”. On March, 15 2015, I and my siblings visited Leang Leang, In Maros, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. This UNESCO World Heritage site has been my tourism crush since months ago. It was due to the mystery it holds behind the veils of pre history.
Well,well; this “white rice” warning may be a bit too exagerated. We Asians have been consuming white rice for centuries. It is our staple food and we eat it everyday many times over. HomeTVTV NewsThe Great British Bake OffITV boss reveals why he snubbed chance to poach Great British Bake Off from BBCThe channel’s boss Kevin Lygo claims Channel 4 has made a ‘huge mistake’ by buying out the show17:28, 19 OCT 2016Updated12:02, 26 OCT 2016ITV snubbed the chance to buy the Great British Bake Off (Image: Rex) Get celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailITV snubbed the chance to buy the Great British Bake Off.Before Channel 4 poached the programme from BBC One, Love Productions had reportedly been in talks with ITV.However, the station’s boss Kevin Lygo was not interested in poaching the show because here was no guarantee hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc and judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood would move across with it.What time is Great British Bake Off final 2016 odds on contestantsSpeaking to Broadcast magazine, the channel’s director of television said: “You really are buying some sort of baking powder and a tent. I said, ‘If you can’t guarantee it [that the judges would sign up for the series], then no, it’s not for us, thank you very much.’ “Which Bake Off contestant will rise to the occasion in the final?Bake Off Final Preview: Watch exclusive clip of finaleOnce discussions between Love Productions and the BBC which has screened the cooking series since 2010 broke down four weeks ago, Channel 4 dived in with an offer worth an estimated million and managed to snap it up with a three year deal.Kevin thinks Channel 4 have made a huge mistake taking over the well loved series, especially now that Mel, Sue and Mary have quit out of “loyalty” to the BBC.He explained: “It’s just a really weird screw up. It will be studied by television sociologists in years to come, I suspect, about what the fk went on with that show.”Have Bake Off tensions reached boiling point? Claims ‘Sue Perkins clashed with Paul Hollywood’However, he doesn’t think Channel 4 are totally to blame and believe the BBC should think long and hard about why they let the programme slip through their fingers.He said: “The BBC should think why did they lose it really.