“Wales’ Home of the Year” Returns for Second Series This Summer

“Wales’ Home of the Year” Returns for Second Series This Summer

...By Judah Olanisebee for TDPel Media.



BBC’s popular Welsh programme, Wales’ Home of the Year, is returning for a second series.

The show will feature 15 different houses across five rounds and will be judged by interior designer Mandy Watkins and architect Glen Thomas, while being hosted by broadcaster Owain Wyn Evans.

The first series was a success and is now being shown on BBC Two, starting on Wednesday, April 12 at 8.30pm.

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The second series is set to air in August, but a specific date is yet to be announced.

The programme showcases old, outdated bungalows that have been lovingly restored to impressive interiors, big and small houses, and expensive and budget-friendly homes.

The presenters, Owain Wyn Jones, Mandy Watkins, and Glen Thomas, bring their expertise in interior design and architecture to the show.

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Applications for the second series have recently closed, and filming is set to begin soon.

The hit show has captured the hearts of property fans across the country, and the second series is expected to feature more gorgeous and jaw-dropping homes for viewers.

Filming is set to begin soon, and applications for the second series have recently closed.

With the success of the first series, it is likely the second series  will showcase stunning and unique homes from across the country.

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Although the airing date of the second series is yet to be announced, viewers can look forward to the return of their favorite show in August, where they can see more houses compete for the title of the best home in Wales.


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