Finally, after years of baking, sewing, and pottery-making, the BBC has decided to send out the sparklers with a programme on jewellery. All That Glitters, presented by the brilliantly funny Katherine Ryan, follows the format of The Great British Bake Off. Each of the six episodes centres around the creation of exquisite jewellery under the discerning gaze of the two judges, Shaun Leane and Solange Azagury-Partridge.
In the crowning episode the contestants are challenged with creating an engagement ring set with a princess-cut natural diamond. The ethically sourced diamonds featured in All That Glitters originate from Ekati in the Northwest Territories of Canada.
The Queen of Glitter
Exclusive interview with the glittering star Katherine Ryan where she tells radio host and author Emily Dean about her first diamond purchase: ‘I bought it for myself because I’m married to the hustle. I wore it to inspire other women’.
Meet The Judge
From jeweller to judge. Celebrated designer Shaun Leane tells all on BBC Two’s All that Glitters, his thoughts on diamond jewellery and the sex appeal behind his designs.
Meet The Judge
The acclaimed jewellery designer plays judge for the BBC’s new primetime show. Here she gives us an insider’s view on everything we can expect from the dazzling eight-part series…
See The Official Trailer
Join BBC Two in the search for Britain’s most brilliant jeweller. Each week the jewellers will be set challenges ‘that explore different styles and aesthetics and battle it out to make real clients’ dreams come true, transforming emotion into objects of beauty that last forever’.