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The Great Pottery Throw Down: Who are the judges?

The Great Pottery Throw Down is fast becoming our favourite wholesome TV show (sorry, Bake Off).

As the show heads into its fourth year, the show has a brand new look and a team of judges ready to share their wisdom and pick out who could be the winner.

So who are the judges and what are their credentials?

As the latest episode airs tonight, Here’s what you have to know.

Who are The Great Pottery Throw Down judges?

Keith and Rich will be judging the efforts of the contestants this series (Picture: Channel 4)

There are two judges ready to give their verdict to each challenge this year, with another shake-up to the hosting line-up.

Keith Brymer Jones is back as a judge, having been on the show since 2015. He is best known for his Word Range homeware range.

He’s now Head of Design for MAKE International.

He is joined by Rich Miller, aka Kiln Man Rich, who will stepping up to become the second judge after previously working as the show’s technician.

As a result he will be the one focused more on the contestants’ techniques.

Rose Schmidts will be joining the cast this series in Rich’s old roles.

Who hosts The Great Pottery Throw Down?

This year, The Great Pottery Throw Down is hosted by Siobhan McSweeney, who has taken over from Melanie Sykes.

You may recognise Siobhan most from playing Sister Michael in Channel 4’s comedy series, Derry Girls.

The Great Pottery Throw Down airs Sundays at 8pm on Channel 4.

 

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