Lizzie Pope
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Make sure you tune in to Practical Motorhome TV, returning very soon, and stuffed with ’van reviews and expert technical advice – read on!

The wait is almost over – the second series of Practical Motorhome TV is nearly here. From Monday 19 September 2016, we’ll be broadcasting all-new shows starring some of the best new 2017-season ’vans and much more, so don’t miss it.

We’ve been busy, criss-crossing the country and beyond, filming content for our second series and with so many jam-packed episodes on the horizon, make sure you tune in. As before, you can watch Practical Motorhome TV on Sky 212, Freesat 161 or Freeview 254 (you’ll need to have a smart TV for the latter) – look for Showcase TV. If you don’t have these channels, don’t worry! All our shows are streamed live online, so you can simply click to watch from the comfort of your laptop, tablet, smartphone or computer.

And as every episode is aired five times a week, you’ve no excuse for not watching – tune in whenever’s best for you! Watch on Mondays at 8.30pm, on Wednesdays at 6.30pm, on Fridays at 4.30pm, and across the weekend at 8.30pm on Saturdays and 6.30pm on Sundays.

You will definitely not want to miss the opening show of our all-new second series – it is a Düsseldorf Caravan Salon special! We poke around some of the show’s most innovative new ’vans. Watch in the week beginning Monday 19 September 2016 as we review new motorhomes from Chausson, Adria, Bürstner, Hymer, Malibu and more at Europe’s biggest motorhome and caravan show – perhaps it will help you decide which models to see at next month’s NEC show?

Get all this and more as we kick off our second series of Practical Motorhome TV at 8.30pm on Monday 19 September 2016. We hope you tune in and enjoy watching.

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