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The Great Pottery Throw Down

The Great Pottery Throw Down is British Reality TV series. Produced by Love Productions. Stars: Emma Bridgewater, Sara Cox, Keith Brymer Jones. It debuted on Nov 03, 2015, on BBC Two. The series has 8.9 * rating by IMDb. The Great Pottery Throw Down is filmed in UK.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of The Great Pottery Throw Down Are There Total: 2 (14 episodes)

Season 3

BBC Two

Season 2

Season premieres on February 2, 2017

Finale: March 23, 2017

BBC Two, 8 episodes

Season 1

Season premieres on November 3, 2015

Finale: December 8, 2015

BBC Two, 6 episodes

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The Great Pottery Throw Down is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Tuesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S2E8 (Episode 8) - Air Date: Mar 23, 2017 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Ipswich artist Ryan Barrett wins The Great Pottery Throw Down on BBC Two - Ipswich Star - per Ipswichstar

“The final was such a lovely day but very overwhelming, I couldn’t believe it all happened. After I won I called my grandma, and she asked how much I had won. I had to tell her that there was no money involved, bless her.”

'The Great Pottery Throw Down' Is The Sauciest Thing To Happen To Pottery Since 'Ghost' - Decider - according to Decider

Adding to the drama? Judge Keith Brymer Jones usually cries. Why does he cry? Because he’s moved by the beauty of pottery. That’s true drama. That’s real art. That’s entertainment!

Twitter doesn't know how to feel about The Great Pottery Throw Down judge who always cries - Irish Examiner - by Irishexaminer

He was full on choking up as he told Sandra he was “increasingly impressed with her resolve”. Then he took a moment to compose himself and, luckily, there was no full on meltdown over a piece of pottery.

The Great Pottery Throw Down host Sara Cox on the search for Britain's best potter - Stuff.co.nz - per Stuff

"The contestants all have similar levels of competence," says Cox, "but some of them become a bit unravelled when put in a competition. There have been tears and pots cracking and things crumbling when they make a mistake with the glaze. 

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