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This year’s crop of prospective Alan-pleasers has arrived – follow our weekly liveblog as we dissect all of the pratfalls and helicopter tracking shots
Apologies again for the tech glitch that prevented us starting on time. But thank you for staying with us and we look forward to normal service - twits doing daftness with commentary - resuming next week. See you in the comments!
Next week, they are throwing the team right into the pit with the advertising challenge. It looks like Alan gets pretty angry about jeans next week. Something to look forward to.
Michelle is bitter and thinks Rebecca is skating on very thin ice. Back at the house, the teams welcome back Alana and Rebecca and quiz them on what the firing finger jamboree is like.
As the drums build it’s Michelle! The Pm is fired and »
- Julia Raeside
Alex Carter Aug 17, 2016
The BBC has a packed line-up of daytime antique shows, but the original Bargain Hunt still provides the most edutainment...
It is an immutable law of the universe that everything everywhere will at some point be bought on Bargain Hunt. That important looking bit you keep in that tin of random things in case you find out what it’s for? In 2064 some antiques expert who hasn’t even been born yet will explain casually that it was used as a stand for rich Moldovan aristocrats' spare eyeballs, or a small portable gardening tool for calibrating parasols. It doesn’t matter if it was actually the plastic thing that keeps your router standing on end.
It’s these genuinely true histories of random objects bought from someone’s car boot that makes Bargain Hunt the most educational of daytime shows - it teaches you about things you »
Daytime favourite attracts bigger audience than acclaimed drama, highlighting debate about need for ‘distinctive’ BBC lineup
It encapsulates much of what culture secretary John Whittingdale thinks is wrong with BBC1, but Bargain Hunt drew more viewers on Thursday than BBC2’s acclaimed drama Peaky Blinders. And it was a repeat.
Bargain Hunt, which started on BBC1 43 series and 16 years ago, was singled out by the government’s white paper on the future of the BBC as evidence that its biggest channel played it safe and should show greater creative ambition in its programming.
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- John Plunkett
We’ve got two all new episodes of Beach Bargain Hunt tonight. The first episode features the couple Ed and Kerri who are from Western Pennsylvania and have two young daughters, Tea and Sage. They are looking for a place to get away from the cold, busy lifestyles they live up north. They fell in love with Siesta Key, Florida years ago while bouncing from beach to beach and are hoping to purchase a condo that they can use a couple times a year and rent out when they aren’t using it. With the help of real estate agent, Beth Dilley,
Beachfront Bargain Hunt: No Shirt, No Shoes, Nosara, Costa Rica »
- Nat Berman
In what has become one of our favorite real estate shows, Beach Bargain Hunt brings an incredible combination of decor as well as real estate hunting tips that are perfect for current and aspiring beach dwellers. While we wait for a new episode to catch our eyes tonight, today we wanted to focus on something that Hgtv recent did on their website. They provided us with 10 glorious looking beach cottage decorating ideas, 5 of which we want to share with you today. If you’re looking to improve your home or need some awesome ideas, these five will definitely get
Beachfront Bargain Hunt: Gorgeous Beach Cottage Decorating Ideas »
- Nat Berman
5 items from 2016
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