Ever had buyer's remorse? Well, tonight George meets a man who drunkenly bought a 1920s showman's carriage on eBay, but quickly sobered up when he saw the poor condition it was in. Meanwhile George himself faces a major (made for TV) setback with his own project to create an ultra-modern holiday home out of a 1970s caravan, when he discovers the windows he's ordered are actually meant for a boat. Heston 'prick with a fork?' Blumenthal follows at 9.00pm. Tonight, he's wasting everyone's time - including yours - by attempting to make the world's largest packet of biscuits. Next series, with any bit of luck he'll be attempting to make his own array of oversized edible tools.
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces. Channel 4: 8.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 16:44 | Tuesday 20th November 2012 | TV Highlights
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