‘It was an amazing feeling’: West Sussex jeweller Hugo talks about winning BBC Two’s All That Glitters
Jeweller Hugo Johnson from Haywards Heath has talked about his amazement at winning the first series of BBC Two’s All That Glitters. The nail-biting final of the jewellery making contest was aired at 8pm last Tuesday (May 18) and saw the talented 24-year-old take home the trophy.
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.
'Who knew that a necklace and a chain are different? All That Glitters viewers are left baffled as contestants are penalised for making the wrong pieces on jewellery version of Bake Off
Viewers of BBC's latest talent show All That Glitters were left scratching their heads after contestants were penalised for a small design flaw that saw them create necklaces and not chains.The show - similar to the format of Bake Off, but with jewellery instead of cakes - sees eight talented crafters battle it out in two tasks over the course of six weeks.
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
The return of Anzac Day threatens to be a bust - with few veterans prepared to march due to Covid fears and mixed signals about whether event would go ahead
The return of ANZAC Day ceremonies and marches after the 2020 Covid-19 cancellations threatens to be an underwhelming one as acceptances to participate are at a very low level.Victoria's Veterans Minister Shaun Leane said only 900 of the 5,500 entitled to march have registered to participate, with Covid fears and an on-again, off-again build-up causing many to make alternative plans.
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?
Tuesday: All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star; (BBC Two, 9pm) As with many crafts, there has been a boom in homemade and handmade jewellery making during the pandemic.“Growth in our industry makes perfect sense during these difficult times,” Emma White, founder of The Jewellery Makers said last year.