Jay Blades confirms new series away from The Repair Shop

Nicky Morris

The repair shop star Jay blades confirmed a new series away from the beloved legacy repair show.

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The Channel 5 documentary series, Nothing better than being at homewhich was featured by the furniture restorer in three episodes that aired earlier this year, will return for a second season.

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However, rather than being introduced by Jay, each episode of the upcoming series will feature a different celebrity who sets out to learn “more about themselves and the places they call home by exploring the areas that have influenced them. created and meeting the people who shaped them”. “, according to Channel 5.

The project will be produced by Hungry Jay Media, a production company born out of a collaboration between Jay and Hungry Bear Media.

Speaking about the upcoming series, the BBC star said: “It’s great to be working with Channel 5 again. I loved being part of the first series as I embarked on an incredibly special journey through the streets that made me.

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“I can’t wait to see all the other celebrities have my experience on their own patch.”

Jay faced Nothing better than being at home back in may

The news comes shortly after the launch of The repair shopthe new series. The first episode turned out to be a real heartbreak for viewers due to one particular guest who visited the barn.

Jay and his team welcomed Nigel to the show, who suddenly lost his sight at the age of 19 when he developed a condition called optic neuritis, a swelling of the optic nerve.

He and his wife, Karen, brought his beloved side table to the barn, which was shaped like a bulldog dressed as a bartender named “Boozy Barman.” Sadly, the bulldog had lost an ear and suffered a crack in his arm after Nigel knocked him down during a move.

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After seeing the incredible restoration work done by ceramic expert Kirsten Ramsay, Nigel burst into tears.

Viewers were quick to comment on the heartwarming solution, with one person writing: “Every time it’s turned on I find myself crying over inanimate objects. It’s the sheer joy on the owners faces that triggers me always,” while another added, “Why am I crying over a monocled dog!”

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