Hobbyist show, Make It at Market, will return to BBC One for a new series, filmed in the Waterperry Gardens in Oxfordshire.
It will see the return of Dom Chinea and his team of business and craft experts as they help budding entrepreneurs who hope to make a living from their crafting hobby.

Dom Chinea says: “I’m so excited to be back for a brand new series with our talented makers and mentors. We filmed during the summer months in beautiful Oxfordshire and it was such a creative environment. The process was a real joy to be involved in, we met 30 incredible makers in total from artists and designers to sculptors and woodworkers – a real eclectic mix. We worked hard to challenge the makers to unleash their untapped business potential and rediscover why they fell in love with the craft in the first place.”

Rachel Platt, says: “Make it at Market is a joyful programme to both watch and make as we witness the genuine life-changing impact on the makers who take part. It demonstrates the power of shared knowledge and the incredible success experienced is testament to the dedication of the makers and the expertise of the mentors.”

Make It at Market is commissioned for BBC One by Rob Unsworth, Head of BBC Daytime and Early Peak, the Commissioning Editor is Rachel Platt. The series is produced by Flabbergast, the Executive Producer is Andrew Snowball for Flabbergast.


Jon Creamer

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