Eye - 17 February 2017

Clay, Quakerism and quirks

Cáit Gould | Photo: BBC/Love Productions/Mark Bourdillon

Pots thrown, clay wedged, handles pulled… there are some busy bees making an appearance at 8pm on Thursday evenings.

The Great Pottery Throw Down, in a familiar format to fans of a certain cookery show, sees ten amateur potters strive to create beautiful ceramics against the clock during three challenges each week.

The BBC2 programme has returned for its second series and features a quirky Quaker flexing her creative muscles!

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