The BBC has rejected complaints about Katherine Ryan joking about the ‘confidence of straight white men’. Four viewers contacted the corporation’s editorial complaint unit over the comment on the BBC Two craft competition All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star. But the internal watchdogs have now revealed that they did not uphold the complaints about the episode, which was broadcast last month.
'Angry and upset' ex-newsreader Jan Leeming says she pitched idea for All That Glitters reality show to the BBC in 2017 and fears they 'hijacked' it without her
A former BBC newsreader has claimed she pitched the idea for a All That Glitters reality show in 2017.Jan Leeming, 79, said she was 'angry and upset' to see the show air on television with comedian Katherine Ryan at the helm.All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star appeared for the first time on BBC Two on April 13.
ALL That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star sees eight talented jewellers bring their A-game with the hope of a glittering career as Katherine Ryan hosts the search for Britain's next jewellery star.The Canadian comic hosts the show, while the contestants have to impress two judges who know a thing or two about top class jewellery - Solange Azagury-Partridge and Shaun Leane.
Mare Of Easttown Sky Atlantic, Monday Rating: ***** All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star BBC2, Tuesday Rating: ** Mare Of Easttown is, more than anything else, a tour de force for its star, Kate Winslet, who owns this series, top to bottom.
The BBC has defended comedian Katherine Ryan following a joke which sparked a backlash.On the April 17 episode of All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star, Ryan spoke to contestant Tamara who she encouraged to have more belief in her abilities.Ryan went on to say that Tamara would be more confident if she were a “straight white male” and joked: “Think about Boris Johnson, how pleased he’d be right now.” The comments on the show, which sees eight jewellers competing to become the next big star jewellery designer, sparked an online backlash which led to the BBC later issuing a statement.
The BBC was hit with complaints after Katherine Ryan joked about the confidence of straight white men on All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star.The cynical Canadian comedian hosts the new BBC 2 show, which sees eight jewellers battle it out to become the next big name in jewellery.
'All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star is comedy gold and I'm here for it' All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star slid on to BBC2 on Tuesday like it had always been there - I’ll wager this will become another glittering gem in the schedules Vicky Pattison met by hundreds of fans as she returns home to Newcastle after I'm a Celeb win The former Geordie Shore babe has a busy schedule but had time to return home ahead of the festive season Walliams to celebrate James Bond Mirror
All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star slid on to BBC2 on Tuesday like it had always been there - I’ll wager this will become another glittering gem in the schedules Hugo, Tamara, Sonny, Solange Azagury-Partridge, Dan, Katherine Ryan, Shaun Leane, Lee, Nicola, Kim, and Naomi dazzled Just when you think there couldn’t possibly be any more British talent searches on telly, along comes another one. We really will judge anything. If you’ve got a hobby or job that’s vaguely creative, there’s
All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star Rating: ** Our Yorkshire Farm Rating: **** Most evenings, we want simply to forget about the unpleasantness in the world.The joy of shows such as The Repair Shop and Bake Off is that they allow us to do just that.
All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star, review: straight from the Bake Off production line
The BBC's latest paint-by-numbers competition show is intermittently engaging, but light on detail All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star(BBC Two) has been trumpeted as the BBC’s sparkling “new jewellery competition”, with comedian Katherine Ryan in the Mel and Sue role of host and confidante to the contestants.
KATHERINE Ryan is the face of BBC Two's new talent show All That Glitters as she aims to help find Britain's best jeweller.Situated inside a specially built workshop, eight different jewellers will go head to head to showcase their skills in the six-part series.Who are the All That Glitters Judges?
Baking, cooking, pottery, sewing, painting, gardening, woodworking – you name it, there is a TV competition about it.