Lizzie Pope
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Two motorhomes from the Adria family feature in this week’s show, with an entry-level Sun Living and a top-of-the-range Coral – tune in for these and more!

The latest episode of Practical Motorhome TV is here!

This week we bring you reviews of two exciting, new-for-2018 ’vans, plus a site review and handy touring tips from our technical guru.

But first, when to watch? Look no further:

  • Monday 11 September at 8.30pm
  • Wednesday 13 September at 6.30pm
  • Thursday 14 September at 6.30pm
  • Saturday 16 September at 6.30pm
  • Sunday 17 September at 6.30pm.

Practical Motorhome TV is on Sky 212 and Freesat 161 – look for the Showcase TV channel. Or watch for free online, via our live stream.

Sun Living is back with a bang

First this week, Niall Hampton reviews the new-for-2018 Sun Living S 70SP.

Sun Living is a budget range of ’vans produced by Adria, and it has been rebooted for the new touring season – and it certainly doesn’t feel built down to a price.

It has a transverse rear double bed as well as a drop-down double over the lounge, and, yes, the kitchen is compact, but you get a decent spec.

To see all this and to check out the really-rather-clever washroom, don’t miss this week’s episode of Practical Motorhome TV!

What’s the ultimate touring toolkit?

Then it’s Diamond Dave’s turn to take to the small screen! Practical Motorhome’s technical expert is back and this time he’s talking tools and how to compile your ultimate touring toolkit.

You don’t want to pack too much and gobble up your payload, but you want to be sure you have the essentials.

See what Dave carries on tour, from screwdrivers and pliers, to a torch and a heavy-duty tyre compressor.

He also demonstrates why a digital multimeter can be a useful item to take.

A slice of supreme

Make sure you return after the break, as Practical Motorhome’s new Editor Sarah Wakely makes her Practical Motorhome TV debut!

She’s reviewing the 2018 Adria Coral Supreme 670 SLT – and you can tell it is a range-topper, thanks to its fetching, all-silver body.

There’s a light-filled front lounge, a modern-looking central kitchen, a pair of well-sized fixed single beds and an end-washroom in this striking-looking ’van.

Take a look inside it this week, only on Practical Motorhome TV.

Let’s hit the road!

Finally, we’re off to Wood Farm Caravan Park, one of the stars of our very own Top 100 Sites Guide 2017.

If next time you visit Dorset and you want to be near the Jurassic Coast, why not stay here on one of the 200 hardstanding pitches?

It’s in stunning surroundings, with fishing lakes on site, a dog-walking area, a large outdoor playground, an extensive indoor playroom, an on-site cafeteria, an indoor heated swimming pool and a tennis court.

And check out the adorable resident pigs!

There’s so much to see, so don’t miss this week’s Practical Motorhome TV show! Watch on Sky 212, Freesat 161 or via our live stream.

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