WHETHER MONGOLIA OR Maidstone is your idea of the perfect touring destination, we’ve the motorhome you need for your next adventure in our latest TV show on The Motorhome Channel.


But first, The Motorhome Channel is moving! We’re going from Sky 212 and Freesat 401 to Sky 192 and Freesat 402. You’ve got two weeks, during which time our TV shows will be broadcast on all channels, both old and new, but why not be one of the first to change to ensure you don’t miss a thing! Make sure you update any series link settings by bank holiday Monday (26 May 2014), because from that day onwards, our TV show will only be broadcast on Sky 192 and Freesat 402. And, of course, if you’ve not got access to Sky or Freesat, you can watch our TV shows live online on The Motorhome Channel website.


Once you’ve found our new channels, you will be rewarded with our brand new TV show in which Practical Motorhome’s very own Editor Niall Hampton puts a luxury Niesmann + Bischoff Arto 66F A-class to the test. It is rammed full of stunning features and lovely, designer touches, and has a fixed bed, a corner washroom and four, belted travel seats.

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Niesmann + Bischoff’s high end ‘van impresses Niall Hampton


But that’s not all. In this edition of our TV show, Practical Motorhome’s Niall also heads to Yorkshire in an Auto-Sleeper Kingham. This new, two-berth, high-top van conversion has a handy, fixed, lengthways corner bed, high quality fixtures and fittings, is priced from £49,200 OTR and has a licence-friendly MTPLM of 3500kg.

Also in our latest TV show, Andy Harris considers extreme, rugged, tough motorhomes for serious overland expeditions, and looks at what they include and what you’ll need to take with you on such an ambitious touring adventure. He pays a visit to Nene Overland on the outskirts of Peterborough, a company that specialises in preparing 4x4s for long-range expeditions, meets the firm’s founder, checks out some of the company’s most popular creations and much more.


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This ultimate motorhome is heading to Asia


Andy also talks to one owner, John, about his Worldcruiser, built for off-road travel all over the world. This is a motorhome designed for tough conditions, indeed John is planning to take this extreme ‘van through central Asia to Mongolia. It’s an off-road motorhome based on a four-wheel drive, 78-series Toyota Land Cruiser, with an easy-to-clean rubber floor, a fridge, a sink and a twin-burner cooker – prices start at around €100,000.


The Practical Motorhome magazine team works with Information TV to produce these TV shows on The Motorhome Channel and this new episode will be broadcast between Monday 12 May 2014 and Sunday 25 May 2014 at these times on these days:


  • Monday at 8.30pm
  • Wednesday at 5.30pm
  • Thursday at 6am
  • Saturday at 11am
  • Sunday at 11am


And to remind you, The Motorhome Channel is now on Sky 192 and Freesat 402, or you can watch live online at The Motorhome Channel website.