I baked my first loaf last Saturday, the same one I'd baked on Christmas Day. It was a no knead white loaf baked in a Le Creuset casserole. You can find the recipe here. I followed it to the letter, except that although I used fast acting yeast I pre-activated it in warm water with a little sugar before adding it to the flour. It's just as easy as it looks and produces a wonderfully crusty loaf.
Today I baked my second loaf, an Irish soda bread, which we ate for lunch alongside a bowl of leek and potato soup. Very appropriate! The recipe came from Paul Hollywood's book entitled 100 Great Breads, which I bought for £3 from the book man who drops off a boxful of books at our office every month or so. It should keep me going through the challenge.