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Keith Brymer Jones from BBC Two's ‘Great Pottery Throw Down’ will be at Steamer Trading Cookshop’s Bluewater store next Wednesday (November 18) from 12-3pm.
"GPTD judge Keith Brymer-Jones is apparently going to well up at least once an episode. If your pot doesn’t make him cry, then you simply aren’t trying hard enough".
"The episode, which saw contestants taking on challenges including making tall pots while blindfolded, continued in the same vein as the opening show, with plenty of smirk-inducing sections".
"I can't believe I made Keith cry," wowed an astonished Tom. I can".
"The Great Pottery Throw Down's James sends fans into a frenzy".
"50 shades of clay".
"Some of the finished items tonight are so beautiful that they reduce the male judge, Keith Brymer Jones, to tears".
"What The Great British Bake Off has done for mille-feuille and sales of jam thermometers, The Pottery Throw Down (why not Great British Pot Off?) promises to do for potter’s wheels, kilns and wipe-clean aprons".
"Beautiful and mesmerising - I could watch pot throwing all day"
"Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood have truly met their match in ceramic artist Kate Malone and master potter Keith Brymer Jones."
"Brymer Jones allowed his artistic temperament to bubble to the surface and come over all weepy at underconfident Joanna’s nicely finished bowls... it was the sort of endearing spontaneity that can lodge in viewers’ hearts and minds and create a connection."
An introduction to the contestants.
"You don’t need to add puns in if you’re discussing making pottery."
There were times when they'd collect their piece at the kiln and it had been a complete disaster."
"The BBC's latest quaint take on reality television is gaining popularity for its alarming innuendos."
What can we expect? Well, it will be messier for a start. Bake Off might be the domain of sticky dough, but it’s got nothing on wet clay."