As a chap who is quite content with a six-inch sub or a quickly knocked-up cheese and slightly gone-off pickle sarnie, I've never considered bread particularly sexual. But then again, I'm no Paul Hollywood.
Mr H has come a long way from testing out Victoria sponges with Mary and checking out soggy bottoms in the Great British Bake Off village of bunting. He's now got his own series where there's no Berry or aspiring bakers, there's just Paul, some hunks of bread and a whacking great dollop of food porn.
Paul Hollywood's Bread isn't quite on the Nigella Lawson scale of foodie sauciness yet, so sadly, ladies, he hasn't resorted to parading around his kitchen in a silk nightie, suggestively fingering bowls of melted chocolate or winking at the camera as he shows us his pantry (ooh-er), but maybe that will come next week.
What we do get is hearty loaves, a meaty trencher and Hollywood flexing his pecs as he kneads bread with a vigour and rough manliness that screams, 'Imagine if this was your thighs, ladies'. The dirty dog.
The funky Northern Soul backing music and slow-mo shots of Hollywood whipping flour across his kitchen like it's magical sexy lady dust are the cherry on top.
And even if you're a heterosexual male who can't understand the fascination in a middle-aged man with a penchant for hair gel, Hollywood's passion, knowledge and enthusiasm for his subject raise Bread above other cookery shows. Sandwiches, baguettes and ciabattas don't get better than this.
Paul Hollywood's Bread airs on Mondays at 8.30pm on BBC Two
The second season of Lena Dunham's Girls hasn't been the easiest watch at times. From eye-watering Q-tip incidents to bizarre topless table tennis episodes with Patrick Wilson, the HBO/Sky Atlantic series still splits critics and viewers' opinions down the middle.
However, it would have taken a particular sort of hipster hater to not take some sort of enjoyment out of this week's season two finale.
After weeks of mental breakdowns, cringey karaoke performances, horrendously worrying sex scenes and emotionally-fraught daughter-dad reunions, the show finally gave us some glimpses of joy and punch-the-air moments of satisfaction.
Adam Driver's incredible performance as the weirdly likeable sexual deviant Adam Sackler has been the highlight of the season, managing to create empathy in the most warped and unnerving of moments, and it was his reunion with Hannah (punch the air) that brought some much-needed smiles to the finale.
His topless sprint to save his Q-tip-prodding, hair-chopping, writers'-block stumbling, self-obsessed Hannah, showcased writer Lena Dunham's softer side, which has occasionally been hidden away behind too many layers of gloom this year.
The series ended with Adam and Hannah reunited, Marnie finally getting some and Shos learning how to break up and making out out a hunky blonde. All we needed was Jessa back with some withering put-downs and we'd have had the full set.
Girls season two is still available on Sky Go
I accepted a long while ago that I'm slowly crawling to my 30s and my hairline is receding, but I've never felt quite as old as when I tuned into E4's new South London hip-hop meets teen drama Youngers.
Bluds, mandems, MC-ing competitions for 16-year-olds. This all went over my head (and slightly thinning hair).
It's basically Grange Hill meets Top Boy, Byker Grove for the Tinie Tempah generation, and I know that sounds awful, but it's actually quite fun.
I've no idea if the show really captures what's going on in "the streets", but the musical and romantic tale of teens Yemi and Jay was told with an enthusiasm and cheeky sense of humour that it can get away with airing pre-watershed. Hopefully by the end of series one I'll be down with da kids again and my Just For Men will have kicked in.
Youngers airs on Wednesdays at 7.30pm on E4
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