When new series starts on BBC2, who’s in the line-up and how it works

Interior Design Masters is back for a second series on BBC Two, and this time Alan Carr is the host.

Ten new budding interior designers will compete their way through a series of tasks, from transforming shops to restaurants, as judge Michelle Ogundehin decides who’s got what it takes and who hasn’t made the cut.

Here’s what to expect from the new series, when it begins and who is in the line-up.

When does the show begin?

The first episode of the new season of Interior Design Masters arrives on BBC Two tomorrow at 8pm, and will continue weekly.

There will be eight episodes in total, which will be available on BBC iPlayer shortly after broadcast.

What is it the show about?

Interior Design Masters is a competition show where wannabe designers take on a series of challenges, with the winner bagging a contract with a top UK boutique hotels.

Each week they will try to impress judge Michelle Ogundehin and guest judges as they design spaces such as homes, offices, restaurants and luxury holiday villas. 

A contestant will go home each week, leaving just one winner.

What can we expect from

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Interior Design Masters 2021 contestants: Meet the line up of designers on series 2 | Reality TV

Interior Design Masters is back for 2021 – meet the line up of contestants here.

Series 2 of Interior Design Masters will be hosted by Alan Carr as ten talented new designers look for their big break in the fast-paced world of commercial interior design.


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They will be competing to win a career-defining contract with one of the UK’s top boutique hotels.

In each episode, the contestants will be set a new commercial design challenge, to take on the interiors of show homes, offices, hotels, shops, beach huts, salons, restaurants and luxury holiday villas. Their skill and expertise will hopefully create design magic to impress the discerning judges.

Design expert and former editor of Elle Decoration Michelle Ogundehin returns as the series judge, joined each week by a different guest expert including Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Linda Boronkay, Kit Kemp, Ross Bailey, Sophie Robinson, Abigail Ahern and Matthew Williamson.

Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr begins Tuesday, 2 February at 8PM on BBC Two.

Interior Design Masters 2021 contestants

Amy

Amy

Amy

Age: 43
From: Leeds
Job: Mother of three

Says Amy: “I was so inspired by series one, it looked like such a fantastic opportunity to immerse myself into the biggest

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Rutgers Cooperative Extension Gardening Education Series Classes Now Open for Enrollment | Cat

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Cape May County is proud to announce that it is joining with other Rutgers Cooperative Extensions to offer the Gardening Education Series in 2021. The virtual education series will take place on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. from February 3 through May 12. This series will provide an opportunity for participants to learn about horticulture and plant identification. 

The 2021 program is open to residents of Cape May County. No prior experience is necessary. The program consists of 15 online sessions delivered by content specialists and 5 prerecorded webinars, plus additional elective content. Virtual classroom instruction will run February 3rd – May 12th, Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm. Additional weekly open classroom discussions will be scheduled and run by the Program Coordinator to enable review and discussion of content at a local, smaller group level. Courses cover the following topics: botany, soils, plant nutrition and fertilizers, composting, entomology, plant pathology and diagnostics, woody ornamentals and trees, conifers and broadleaf evergreens, pruning, herbaceous plants, turf and weed management, growing tree and small fruits, vegetables, integrated pest management, storm water management on home grounds, animal damage and wildlife control, pesticide safety

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Esposito’s to resume virtual seminar series with ‘Gardening 101’

Esposito Garden Center is launching its 2021 series of online gardening seminars Saturday with “Gardening 101,” an overview of the basics of vegetable and flower gardening.



a large purple flower is in a garden: The above ground gardening boxes are filled with bee and butterfly attracting plants donated by Esposito Lawn and Garden Center and UF IFAS.


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The above ground gardening boxes are filled with bee and butterfly attracting plants donated by Esposito Lawn and Garden Center and UF IFAS.

“Join Esposito’s live at 10 a.m. Saturday on Zoom to learn how to organize, plant and maintain a beautiful, highly productive veggie or flower garden in your own backyard – or front yard,” said Ms. Grow-It-All, aka Esposito garden consultant and seminar series host Audrey Post. “Topics include selecting healthy plants, preparing healthy soil, choosing the right fertilizer, eradicating pests and disease, and timelines for harvesting.”

Owner Ralph Esposito encourages new and experienced gardeners alike to join the discussion.

“Our experts will dispel common gardening myths and answer any lingering questions you may have,” he said, “helping you ensure success in your garden this year and each year to come.”

The workshop is free but registration is required.

You may register by going to the Events section of our Facebook page, Esposito Garden Center, or to our website: www.espositogardencenter.com/Free-Seminars. Either way, click on the link

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