BBC Living channel is exclusive to Fetch. Here are their highlights for April.
Peter Andre’s 60 Minute Makeover
Weekdays from April 15, 7pm
30 x 45’ | Channel Premiere
Sixty minutes doesn’t seem like a lot of time in which to make over a house, but when the home owners are this deserving – anything can happen! In every show, Peter pulls together a top team of tradespeople plus an army of helpers to deliver the suprise of a lifetime to people who truly deserve something amazing to happen in their lives. So, he’s taking neglected homes all over the country and transforming them in just one day! Peter travels the UK from top to bottom, meeting some of the most selfless people in the land, all nominated for the show through family and friends. They will pull on your heart strings, whilst the team pulls at theirs, and gives them the house transformation they need, to make life easier and happier! The team, Peter and his interior designers, make every episode unique, with quirky design tips and ideas that are suitable for everyone to follow at home.
Five Star Hotel
Starts Tuesday April 23, 8.30pm
15 x 45’ | Australian Premiere
A luxury Greek hotel has been taken over by five celebrities: Spencer Matthews, Joey Essex, Lydia Bright, Holly Hagan & Ashley Cain; who are taking a break from their usual five star holidays, and turning it into their day job… But will they bring with them five star service? Some will have what it takes to run the show and win the coveted employee of the season – whilst others act more like guests than staff. With everyone’s antics come trouble, so watch the celebs get put to work and face more than just the european heat.
Come Dine With Me
Weekdays from April 15, 6.30pm
80 x 30’ | Channel Premiere
Would you love to get in on the dinner party action every night? Well Come Dine with Me is back for a new series and another chance to get involved in plenty of frivolity and food. Every week five strangers, who love to entertain, take it in turns to throw their idea of a perfect evening. But this is no ordinary supper – as each host goes all out, in the hopes of being secretly scored top
marks out of ten, to take home one thousand pounds.