Home potters compete to become the new champion of British pottery. In the throw down challenge this week, king of the wheel Keith demonstrates how to build a double-walled pot.
It is week two and the nine remaining potters face three more tough challenges, set by judges Keith Brymer Jones and Kate Malone.
In the throw down challenge, king of the wheel Keith demonstrates how to build a double-walled pot, but against the clock, which potter can produce the goods?
Their spot test is handles, and the potters get to grips with pulling to create handles for a set of three casserole dishes.
And finally, the main make challenge this week is to hand-build a large clock, slab rolling large amounts of clay to shape, then raw glaze and fire them to produce beautiful ceramic timepieces. But whose clock will win pot of the week and take their place in the winner's gallery? And whose time will be up and have to leave the competition?
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Judge||Keith Brymer Jones|
|Executive Producer||Sarah Thomson-Woolley|
|Series Producer||Elliott Gerner|
|Production Company||Love Productions|