How to watch Mary Makes It Easy anywhere

David

David

David has been watching TV outside of his home country for over 12 years. In addition to his streaming expertise, he has a wealth of experience in watching sports and documentaries, having spent many years following these genres. He is an avid fan of The Detectorists and Blue Planet, and also has a keen interest in English football.

Mary Berry is the queen of the celebrity chefs. Incredibly, she is 88 years old and still going strong, with more than 75 cookery books behind her and countless TV shows, including her stint as a judge on The Great British Bake Off, a show which I am sure you will agree with me, has never been the same since she left.

Mary Makes It Easy is her latest BBC series (Not to be confused with the Canadian series of the same name) in which she takes us on various classic British excursions with some of her celebrity friends while at the same time cooking up some classic and, crucially, simple dishes that we can make at home.

It is simple and effective TV at its very best. Lighthearted, comforting, and quintessentially British.

As such, it is hugely attractive for ex-pats like me, who sometimes pine for the green, green grass of home. Brits love Mary too, of course, and there will be plenty kicking themselves because they find themselves overseas when this latest series airs.

But worry not, because it is easy to watch Mary Makes It Easy with the help of a VPN.

To watch Mary Makes It Easy, just sign up for ExpressVPN, which, as we will see, is the best VPN for the job, connect to a UK-based server, and then you can stream Mary Makes It Easy on the BBC iPlayer from anywhere in the world.

It really is that simple to enjoy Mary Makes It Easy from absolutely anywhere and, if you keep on reading, you will find out a more in-depth guide giving you ever detail you need.

What is Mary Makes It Easy all about?

The premise of Mary Makes It Easy

The premise of Mary Makes It Easy is every bit as simple as the recipes she shares in the series.

Mary joins a range of celebrity friends at different locations and on different expeditions across the UK to help them with their culinary challenges.

She teaches them, and us, simple recipes that anyone can do at home themselves. I’m no chef, and even I can follow one of Mary Berry’s recipes from this series.

She doesn’t over-complicate things or use rare ingredients. Instead, she focuses on simple, wholesome family cooking that we can all enjoy.

The show has it all, celebrities, great recipes, beautiful scenery, and most importantly, the doyen of the TV chefs herself, Mary Berry.

The main cast and their roles in the show

Mary Berry is at the centre of this series, as the name suggests, and it only serves to cement her place as a true national treasure.

Mary was born in 1935 and, after surviving polio in childhood, published her first cookbook, The Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook, in 1970. Since then, she has published more than 75 more and also hosted numerous cookery-based TV series for the BBC.

She is still probably best known for her role as a judge on The Great British Bake Off from 2010-2016 when she left as the show moved from the BBC to Channel 4.

In this new series, she is joined by friend and former host of Bake Off, Mel Giedroyc, for the first show of the series.

While other celebrity guests include Radio 1 DJ and television presenter Jordan North, Strictly dancer and judge Anton Du Beke, and the queen of daytime TV, Lorraine Kelly, and her daughter Rosie.

Critical reception of Mary Makes It Easy

Mary Makes It Easy is a show where there is little not to like.

In The Happy Foodie, reviewer Rachel Deeley says, “Mary Berry has been helping the nation make home cooking and baking effortless for decades. Now with… Mary Makes it Easy, she’s making the task even simpler and less daunting.”

Speaking about her Christmas special last year, The I Newspaper reviewer Gerard Gilbert said, “for those of us who appreciate Dame Mary for her practical, no-fluff style of cookery programme, it was the sort of advice we had tuned in for: tips gleaned over a lifetime as a food editor and teacher, delivered with clarity and economy and only the occasional ‘truly scrumptious’ as she tasted the end product.”

This is what Mary Berry TV series are all about, and once again, Mary doesn’t fail to deliver in her brand-new series.

How do I watch Mary Makes It Easy where I am?

As I have said, you can use a VPN to unblock the BBC iPlayer and watch Mary Makes It Easy outside the UK.

How, you are probably wondering. After all, most people know a VPN as an online security and privacy tool if they know it as anything at all.

The answer is in a quirk in how VPNs work. When you connect to a VPN, you redirect your internet data through an external server. This server replaces your own location as the place where websites think your data has originated from.

This is the clever bit. Because VPN servers can be located literally anywhere in the world, you can use them to make it look as if your data comes from another country.

So, if you connect to a UK-based server, you can make sites like the BBC iPlayer think you are in the UK when you aren’t. And when you do this, they will let you watch all of their shows, and that includes Mary Makes It Easy.

It sounds simple and, as far as you are concerned, it really is.

Where to get a VPN

This is the essential part of the process, so read carefully because you have to choose the right VPN for the job.

Many VPNs don’t work with the BBC iPlayer, while others lack key features you need to stream successfully.

I have tested them all, and it is ExpressVPN that consistently delivers in every area. It has hundreds of UK-based servers, and all are capable of unblocking the BBC iPlayer to let you watch Mary Makes It Easy.

ExpressVPN also offers super-fast connections, which means no buffering when you are streaming, and it has apps for almost every device, so you can enjoy Mary Makes It Easy on whatever streaming device you choose.

It also comes with an amazing deal right now on their annual package that comes with a 49% discount and an additional three months for free, and if that wasn’t enough, you will also get a 30-day money-back guarantee to let you try them for a month without committing any money.

Still want to shop around? Well, NordVPN and CyberGhost VPN do a decent job as well and tick all the necessary boxes. But, I have to be honest and say that neither is quite at the same level as ExpressVPN, in my expert opinion.

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How to stream Mary Makes It Easy in any country

Once you have chosen ExpressVPN as your VPN, you then need to work out how to use it to unblock and watch Mary Makes It Easy on the BBC iPlayer.

As I have already said, this is quite easy, but here is a simple step-by-step guide that I have curated to help even the most novice of VPN users through the process:

Step 1

Go to the ExpressVPN website and sign up for their one-year deal, which offers exceptional value for money because it comes with a 49% discount and an extra three months free.

Step 2

Download the ExpressVPN app onto all your streaming devices. Do this from either your device’s app store or their official website for security reasons.

Step 3

Open the ExpressVPN app and log in using the new username and password you were given in Step One.

Step 4

Open the app, then connect ExpressVPN to a UK-based server. You can do this by clicking the Selected Location option, choosing a server located in the UK, and then clicking the Connect button.

ExpressVPN app connecting to the UK.

Stream the show anywhere with ExpressVPN.

Step 5

Allow a few seconds while ExpressVPN sets up your connection.

Then, all you need to do is open the BBC iPlayer website or app and log in just like you would back in the UK. Then, you are ready to enjoy Mary Makes It Easy from wherever you are in the world.

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What channel is Mary Makes It Easy on?

Mary Makes It Easy will be broadcast in the UK on BBC Two. It will also be streamed live and on-demand on the BBC iPlayer streaming service.

If, like me, you are based overseas or travel regularly, you will know that the BBC iPlayer is blocked for overseas viewers like us.

But as I have already hinted at, it is possible to unblock this and enjoy shows like Mary Makes It Easy on BBC iPlayer with the help of a VPN.

I have fine-tuned this technique over many years of surviving as an ex-pat, and I am sharing this secret with you now.

Summary

Mary Makes It Easy is comfort TV at its very best. It is a warm and cosy show to snuggle up to on a cold Autumn evening in the UK, but equally as good for a British viewer tuning in from anywhere in the world.

The BBC iPlayer doesn’t want overseas viewers doing that, which is why it is blocked to users outside the UK. Fortunately for you, there are people like me out here who have worked hard to identify a way around this.

What you need is a VPN and ExpressVPN is the best one to choose.

All you have to do is sign up to ExpressVPN, download the ExpressVPN app, log in, connect to a UK-based server, and you can unblock the BBC iPlayer and enjoy the wonder that is Mary Berry in her brand-new series, Mary Makes It Easy, no matter where in the world you are.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign up now, follow my instructions, then sit back, relax, and let Mary Makes It Easy wash over you!

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