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This time on Watercolour Challenge, Fern invites four would-be painting champions to one of Yorkshire's grandest of all grand houses. Castle Howard, in the north of the county, is a 300-year-old architectural masterpiece designed by John Vanbrugh. It sits in nearly 9,000 acres of spectacular grounds, is still occupied by the Howard family who commissioned it centuries ago, but is perhaps most famous as being the location for Brideshead Revisited.
The artists' view today is of the formal gardens sweeping towards the Atlas Fountain with the fantastic house behind. It's a challenging view, with potential composition and perspective pitfalls that could fox even the most professional eye! Judging the paintings today is internationally acclaimed army veteran-turned-painter Ady Wright. He gives some tips along the way, including a simple way of demonstrating depth using different tones of the same colour.
As the painters take to their easels, Fern meets Nicholas Howard, the current family resident, to discover how his trail-blazing ostentatious ancestors employed the greatest architects of the day to embed a piece of Italy into the North Yorkshire landscape. Castle Howard also has a significant art collection, and we meet one of its curators to discuss perhaps the greatest piece in the house, a magnificent fresco painted by the fashionable Italian artist Antonio Pellegrini at the turn of the 18th century. In this awe-inspiring location, which of the four amateur artists can rise to the challenge?
Phat and his mother move into a new home, where they are offered a discounted rate from Nuan due to some strangeness of the home. Shortly after arriving Phat is contacted by a spirit, Phob, in his dreams. Phat reaches out to his close friend, Dream, for help understanding this interaction.
A steak night supper; Dr. Ian Smith makes a low-cost turkey chili dinner; designer Chip Wade makes over his bedroom with 2022 design trends.
Rick visits a mausoleum with a macabre story on the River Tamar, meets chef Emily Scott to taste the meal she cooked for Joe Biden, and takes to the waves with a organisation offering surfing therapy.
Ex-lovers Finn and Leila are thrown together again when his daughter Niamh goes missing. Finn is taken aback when Siobhan reveals that Niamh had an older boyfriend back in Belfast – has she gone to see him? The stakes are raised when Callum finds CCTV of Niamh being taken away in a van on the way home from her friend Joanne's house.
Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer go head to head to help a couple who cannot decide to do with their home in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. Procurement manager Paul bought the house 13 years ago as a bachelor pad, but since cabin crew worker Sophie moved in they have had two children and he wants to move to a bigger, better family home. However, she grew up on the same street, her parents are just down the road and she loves having them on hand for babysitting. Can Kirstie make the necessary renovations to persuade Paul to stay? Or will Phil find a new good enough home to tempt Sophie away?
This time, the comedian helps a poodle overcome separation anxiety, meets a plummer terrier with extreme guarding issues, and he falls for a young, smelly bulldog with a bad case of cherry eye.
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