The Home Channel: Don’t Miss These New Shows In January

January 2020: It’s all about brand new seasons and brand new shows on DStv Channel 176! Don’t miss out on some phenomenal viewing to kick-start your new year.

January is packed with several new seasons and brand new titles on The Home Channel. These include:

Bryan Inc – Season 2
Spencer’s Big 30
Home of the Year Ireland – Season 4
A place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Grand Designs New Zealand – Season 2
Buying and Selling – Season 5 continued

You’ll also have the opportunity to catch reruns of your favourites below:

Sarah Off the Grid
Room to Improve
Fresh Cut with Jill Manson
Lorraine Pascale: How To Be A Better Cook
Laurence of Suburbia

What’s New?

Spencer’s Big 30:

Spencer’s BIG 30 is a fast-paced series featuring healthy, hearty meals for four, that can be made by anyone in around 30 minutes. Keeping the pace, while guiding us from prep to plate, high-energy host Spencer Watts gives us his top tips and tricks for cutting down cooking time, without sacrificing flavour.

Sarah off the Grid:

On Sarah Off the Grid, expert designer Sarah Richardson takes on her most ambitious project yet – building and designing an off-the-grid family home in the countryside.

A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun:

On A place in the Sun, property expert, Sara Damergi is scouring Europe for the best properties at the best prices. She’ll be house-hunting in Spain, France and Portugal with couples who are looking for a holiday home where they can enjoy a little more sunshine over the summer months.

Fresh Cut with Jill Manson:

Fresh Cut is an inspiring floral show that takes viewers on a South African journey of flowers. Join floral communications expert, Jill Manson, as she meets the farmers who grow some of South Africa’s most spectacular blooms, goes behind the scenes at the flower market and brings you tips and floral arrangements that you can recreate at home.

Lorraine Pascale: How to be a Better Cook

On How to be a Better Cook, professional chef Lorraine Pascale is helping amateurs improve their kitchen skills. In each episode, she takes an inexperienced cook and helps build up their confidence so the rookie can make impressive meals for friends and family. The tasks Pascale tackles include teaching a 52-year-old builder – who has never cooked a meal in his life – to prepare a Mediterranean-inspired menu, and helping a 26-year-old woman, who passes store-bought food off as her own, host a dinner party.

Laurence of Suburbia

Flamboyant home-style consultant, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, is set loose in suburbia on Laurence of Suburbia. The series sees this iconic designer visit a different suburban neighbourhood in each episode, where he will invite members of the local community to show him their inferior interiors and decorating disasters.

Find out more at The Home Channel.

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