Better Homes and Gardens

there you go. Didn’t know that. Thanks for that.

A shame that it’s all over the place in recent years.

my link function wasn’t working for some reason on Apple

But as alluded to in the ABC programming thread, BH&G is looking in real trouble now (last night’s figures). Finally viewers tiring big time of the now very old format? Not sure last year’s changes have done much, in fact maybe alienated some and they did get rid of a long-time member too.

Seven came third in main channels, extremely rare for Fridays, but a month straight now of being at least second behind Channel 9!

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I think fridays are a redundant area now.
Maybe Tuesday night would be better? It used to be on Tuesdays years ago.

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I notice that Daniella Winter has begun her guest stint on BH&G. Her first appearance was on the May 7 episode in which she and Adam Dovile did a lounge room revamp.
https://www.instagram.com/p/COSCsRrpUhL/

Daniella and husband Aaron won House Rules in 2017 and run their own renovation design company Hype Build + Design.

If viewers like it, Daniella could be the replacement for Tara Dennis who announced her departure from BH&G in early January this year.

Friday 23 July -
Due to Seven’s coverage of the AFL and Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony, BH&G will be shown on 7TWO in VIC, TAS, NT, SA and WA from 7pm tonight.

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Season final is Friday 26 November.

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Better Homes and Gardens kicks off Summer with festive special

Better Homes and Gardens, Crackers About Christmas special

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Australia’s beloved lifestyle program Better Homes and Gardens kicks off Summer with Crackers About Christmas, a 90 minute Christmas special airing 7.00pm this Friday, 3 December on Channel 7 and 7plus.

The festive episode sees resident landscape design expert Charlie Albone and his wife, interior decorator Juliet Love, host their fellow New South Wales presenters at their home on the Central Coast, while Adam Dovile, Karen Martini and Melissa King come together at the Melbourne Botanic Gardens.

Must-see segments in this very special Christmas celebration include:

  • Johanna Griggs visits country singer and former The X Factor finalist Jason Owens and his partner Becy who run Doin It For Rural Aussie Kids, a charity which provides toys, groceries and funds to regional children in the lead up to Christmas each year.
  • Dr Harry shares tips on how to help pets overcome their anxiety about new surroundings and people through the festive season.
  • Fast Ed explores an Aussie cherry farm before making triple cherry ice-cream and waffle cones.
  • Adam and Melissa turn a neglected courtyard into the perfect space for Christmas entertaining.
  • Karen takes on a classic Christmas trifle with a twist, creating mini tropical trifles served with ricotta.
  • Graham Ross shares some smart ideas on how to make mini gardens for small spaces.
  • Charlie designs an easy-to-maintain garden bed to increase any home’s street appeal.
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Countdown to Carols

Better Homes and Gardens prepare for Carols in the Domain with festive special

7.00pm Thursday, 23 December on Channel 7 and 7plus

Fill the home with Christmas cheer when Australia’s beloved lifestyle program Better Homes and Gardens ushers in the festive season with Countdown to Carols, a 30 minute holiday episode airing at the special time of 7.00pm Thursday, 23 December on Channel 7 and 7plus.

Countdown to Carols will feature the performers from the 39th annual Woolworths Carols in the Domain , the nation’s largest and most iconic Christmas event, airing straight after at 7.30pm and hosted by Sunrise ’s Natalie Barr and David Koch.

During the countdown, host Johanna Griggs is joined by former Home and Away star Penny McNamee to discuss her new projects after leaving Summer Bay and discover her newly renovated home.

Joh also catches up with this year’s winner of The Voice , Bella Taylor-Smith, who shares a sneak peek of her new album and reveals her plans for 2022.

Other segments to help kick off the Christmas season include:

  • Dr Harry teaching Charlie Albone and Juliet Love how to train their two new dogs
  • Fast Ed creating a delicious Christmas lunch menu to impress the whole family, featuring a ham and roasted veggie bake, coconut and mint crepes and a garden and orchard salad
  • Melissa King installing and decorating a stylish cubby house to entertain the kids over the school holidays

Settle in with the family for a night of feel-good festive fun, with the Better Homes and Gardens Countdown to Carols special at 7:00pm, followed by Woolworths Carols in the Domain at 7:30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus.

The new season of Better Homes and Gardens premieres on Friday, February 4, 2022.

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Feel good Fridays are back

Interior Designer and stylist Juliet Love joins Better Homes and Gardens in 2022

Australia’s beloved lifestyle program Better Homes and Gardens returns for its 28th season at 7pm Friday, 4 February on Channel 7 and 7plus.

Host Johanna Griggs and the team will be joined by the show’s new decorating presenter, interior designer and stylist Juliet Love.

Juliet first appeared as a guest presenter in 2021 and is married to Better Homes and Gardens’ resident landscape design expert, Charlie Albone.

Juliet will bring viewers fresh ideas on how to transform their homes for less, including cosmetic room makeovers, storage solutions and clever craft projects.

Better Homes and Gardens is such an iconic show,” says Juliet. "I was delighted to be asked to do guest segments last year, and even more delighted when that turned into being a permanent cast member. I am passionate about showing people how easy it is to add some affordable creativity and beauty within their homes, so working on the show is a dream come true.”

Juliet’s first episode sees her share a great way to make arty coasters, pencil cases and even library bags that kids will love, using some Sharpies and rubbing alcohol.

Must-see segments in the 2022 season return include:

• Johanna and Charlie visiting the newly renovated Rosedale farm homestead and the surrounding 10 acres of garden

• Adam Dovile designing a front door entry that everyone will stop and enjoy

• Karen Martini creating a Winter Olympics-inspired glazed pork with cassia and black vinegar dish that is sure to impress

• Fast Ed sharing his recipe for convenient and tasty chicken noodles that will make you think twice about ordering take-out

• Graham touring a classical Chinese Tribute Garden, offering an insight into Chinese heritage and culture

• Melissa celebrating the beautiful peony flower in all its blousy boldness with ideas on how to make a personal peony pot partner

• Dr Harry meeting horse trainer Kendal Neilson, who uses bison instead of cattle in specialised training clinics designed to hone the skills of both horse and rider in the Aussie bush

The new season of Better Homes and Gardens airs Fridays 7.00pm with host Johanna Griggs, Adam Dovile (DIY), Charlie Albone (landscaping), Dr Harry Cooper (vet), Graham Ross (gardening), Juliet Love (decorating and design), “Fast Ed” Halmagyi (chef), Karen Martini (chef), Pete Colquhoun (architect), Melissa King (gardening) and James Tobin (tech and motoring).

Returns 7.00pm Friday, 4 February on Channel 7 and 7plus

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SAS Australia’s Ant Middleton is special guest on this Friday’s episode (March 4), doing some gardening with Charlie Albone.

Just saw a promo on the main channel in Melbourne (during The Latest after the AFL) for BH&G “Friday 7:30pm on 7Two”.

Is that a big error? Isnt it 7pm and Channel 7, at least for the first half hour? @TV.Cynic

Read the fine print, it’s probably a different time zone knowing 7… :rofl::rofl::rofl:

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The show will air at the special time of 7.30pm tonight (Wednesday) due to Seven’s coverage of Birmingham Commonwealth Games. It will return on Friday, August 12.

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Season Final - Friday 25 November

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Better Homes and Gardens Crackers About Christmas special – Wednesday, 7 December
Better Homes and Gardens Summer Series – Fridays

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