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Watch reviews of brand new Bailey and Swift motorhomes, get expert technical advice and visit Cambridgeshire in this week’s Practical Motorhome TV show

Why do we think the 2017 Bailey Autograph is set to the brand’s next big-seller? Watch this week’s Practical Motorhome TV show to find out!

Check out this fab, fresh-faced four-berth with our expert’s Bailey Autograph 75-2 review. Powered by the latest Euro 6 Peugeot Boxer, there’s a wonderful feeling of space inside, the generous front parallel lounge flooded with natural light.

And this feeling continues in the offside kitchen which is equipped with a dual-fuel hob, a combination oven/grill, a microwave and a fridge/freezer, and which is illuminated by a neat, touch-sensitive task light.

The corner washroom makes the best of the available space and alongside this is the nearside French bed. Two further berths are available in the lounge which makes up into a second double bed. See it all for yourself in our Bailey Autograph 75-2 review, only on Practical Motorhome TV.

Watch Practical Motorhome TV on Sky 212, Freesat 161 or Freeview 254 (you will need a smart TV for the latter) – look for Showcase TV in your planner. Not got those channels? Every episode is streamed live online, so just click to watch.

This week’s show will be broadcast on Monday 26 September 2016 at 8.30pm, on Wednesday 28 September at 6.30pm, on Friday 30 September at 4.30pm, on Saturday 1 October at 8.30pm and, finally, at 6.30pm on Sunday 2 October 2016.

Then we’re off to check out Stroud Hill Park, an open-all-year, adults-only, dog-friendly campsite in Cambridgeshire, which features in our Top 100 Sites Guide 2016.  Enjoy a meal at the on-site à la carte restaurant, plus it has award-winning washrooms, a shop, a tennis court, a fishing lake and wi-fi. See it for yourself in this week’s TV show.

Our Swift Escape 685 review is next, from an exciting new range that’s received a substantial overhaul for the 2017 season. This is a six-berth with five belted travel seats, while in the L-shaped kitchen you get a trio of gas burners, a combination oven/grill, a microwave, a fridge, a circular sink and plenty of storage space.

The great U-shaped rear lounge is arguably this motorhome’s star feature, though, it’s a bright space for relaxing in. It can be converted into a double bed, while the lounge cushions can be made to form a second double, plus there’s a manually-operated drop-down double above.

Love TV on tour? Well, you'd not want to miss Practical Motorhome TV, would you?! Get expert advice on how to watch TV in your motorhome in this week’s TV show from our technical guru Diamond Dave. Check it out by tuning in to Practical Motorhome TV on Freeview 254, Freesat 161, Sky 212 or live online

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