Haven't won any best Potter Of The Week either, so, yeah, 0:25:11 0:25:15 I have my suitcase ready. But whose dinnerware will be the first to be displayed and who will be leaving? I'm going to miss all the people, the setting. He's the least experienced of the group, having started potting just two years ago. You know, if I owned this, 0:48:02 0:48:04 I'd worry that I'd be knocking off the scales when it was going in. You've got to choose a winner. So working under crazy time constraints and in a competitive environment was very difficult and a lot of pressure. In each episode, one of the contestants is crowned Top Potter, while one is eliminated and has to leave the pottery for good.
It probably would have given you an extra centimetre or so. I think, no matter what the results are today, 0:53:19 0:53:22 I've learned so much and met some amazing friends. You know, the light is radiating from them 0:52:17 0:52:21 in different ways. The heat is on as they all want to win Pot of The Week and get their ceramics into The Great Pottery Throw Down gallery. With its rich heritage, intriguing technical language and magical transformations, The Great Pottery Throw Down brought the messy and marvellous world of pottery to life. I decorated it with the best knowledge I have, 0:36:08 0:36:12 as close to the original design I have. Host Sara Cox and judges Keith Brymer Jones and Kate Malone are back in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of pottery, guiding us through to the last stage of the popular sister show to The Great British Bake Off.
The Series 2 Great Pottery Throwdown Contestants - with judges and presenters Can you spot a winner? Two minutes and I haven't started with my dolls. Not only that, but they have to throw them the Japanese way - with the wheel turning clockwise, the opposite of what they are used to. Pottery is very relaxing and not usually so competitive…. Another great moment for me was winning the first episode with my 16 piece dinner set, that really gave me a confident boost which was needed from the overwhelming talent from the other potters. You've got a great plan, haven't you? We'll see you back here shortly, 0:21:01 0:21:04 when your light fittings will be ready to be finessed. And impressing both judges and not just one or the other with my toilet. Does he want to come round? That is your last ever Throw Down.
View our online Press Pack. Distract him with something shiny. The world's not ready for that, I can assure you. The design was good, 0:35:13 0:35:15 the idea of this tongue - brilliant. With pottery when things go wrong they can go very wrong, and there is no getting away from the cameras. I'll put all three of them on top of each other, can't I? You better worry about us. This service is provided on News Group Newspapers' Limited's in accordance with our.
Nam now has a problem. And we're going to take all your stuff 0:33:42 0:33:45 down to the kiln, ready for firing. Basically, a Japanese lantern is a simple. . Five, four, pop that under your arm. The Great Pottery Throw Down is available on iPlayer now.
Quite a few examples here 0:31:50 0:31:53 where they haven't used any glaze at all but the finish is perfect. With a fantastic competition at its core, this series is also packed with facts and information about the role of pottery in our history, as well as its significance and popularity today. I need to have the galleries and flanges done. I've made another tool, you might be happy to see. Testing their technical prowess in the Spot Test, the potters must sponge decorate a coherent design across a pair of jugs. These guys have got to earn the right to win that trophy.
I think we all found it super hard to see people leaving the series as we all bonded as a family. What did you find easier or enjoy the challenge more — the Main Make, Spot Test or the Throwdown? How did you find filming walking in on the first day? Over the course of eight episodes and 24 mammoth challenges, our 10 passionate and creative potters are pushed to the limit as they are tasked with making everything from a set of jugs to a toilet. The whole experience was an emotional rollercoaster of highs and lows. I may need to thin a little bit. I don't know how you're going to 0:38:54 0:38:57 -repair that but you need to look at it. You've got the rough shape, 0:07:18 0:07:20 you've got the proportion. I'm not going to give up.
You get a really nice trophy grandma. For their Main Make, the potters throw and decorate an identical sixteen-piece dinner set. Sorry - Mummy can't make you any fancier. Maybe they should have a chat with Turner Prizewinner and national institution? Each episode features three key challenges designed to test skills and showcase the craftsmanship required to transform clay into stunning objects. That's not going to fit. What age or time in your life did you start pottery and who inspired you? What do you feel that you will take away from your experience on the Great Pottery Throw Down? Right, if you'd like to bring them up 0:43:07 0:43:09 to the front for judging, please.
He did well all the way through 0:57:10 0:57:13 and I'm pleased for him. The wheel is not going to go. Get your stuff on your ware boards, please, 0:33:38 0:33:41 if it's not already on there. Twenty-four-year-old Freya is the youngest of the lot James, 25, from Newcastle, who has a degree in glass and ceramics and likes to integrate scrap materials into his pottery. What is your favourite piece of pottery? The judges, master-potter Keith Brymer Jones and ceramic-artist Kate Malone scrutinise their work over three gruelling challenges. Created by Love Productions The Great British Bake Off and filmed at a working pottery, it also welcomes back popular host Sara Cox and judges master potter Keith Brymer Jones and ceramic artist Kate Malone.
The potters face their biggest and most complicated challenge so far - to hand build and decorate a fully functioning toilet over four gruelling days. What I particularly like about this, Ryan, 0:44:14 0:44:17 is that you've used the tool to create depth. They were also told to create small jugs out of porcelain while using a pottery wheel. Who were the contestants at the start of the series? There have been also, of course, lots of smaller challenges along the way, and each week they have to complete a speedy Throw Down and Spot Test as well as their Main Make. You know, he really showed great tenacity 0:54:15 0:54:19 in just getting those up there, really. For their final throw down, the potters have ten minutes to make as many Japanese lanterns as they can.