BBC All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star – How to watch on TV and Birmingham filming location

Everything you need to know about All That Glitters, hosted by Katherine Ryan in Birmingham.

All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star is underway for its second series as presenter Katherine Ryan tries to find the nation’s next best jewellery maker.

The show sees the Canadian comedian welcome eight contestants, all of whom believe they have what it takes to be the next big thing.

They’ve all begun their glittering careers but winning the show would help them to really shine in the industry.

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    Set in Birmingham, three episodes have aired so far out of a total of six, with three contestants already knocked out.

    Here’s everything you need to know about All That Glitters, including who Katherine Ryan is, how to watch the show on TV, and where in Birmingham it is filmed.

    Who is Katherine Ryan?

    Katherine Ryan

    Katherine Ryan is a 39-year-old comedian, writer and TV presenter from Ontario, Canada. She is famous for appearing on many British panel shows, including 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, A League of Their Own and Mock the Week.

    As a stand-up comedian, Ryan has appeared on the stage for BBC’s Live at the Apollo. She’s also had two stand-up specials released on Netflix.

    More recently, Ryan has presented ITV2 dating show Ready to Mingle.

    Where is All That Glitters filmed?

    All That Glitters contestants: Emma, Bonnie, Piers, Jack, Nyanda, David, Tianne, Steve Pic: BBC/Twenty Twenty/Paul Husband

    All six episodes of All That Glitters series two were filmed at the Birmingham School of Jewellery at Birmingham City University.

    The same can be said about the debut series, with BCU very keen to welcome Katherine Ryan and the crew back.

    How to watch All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star

    The fourth episode of All That Glitters will air twice on BBC Two, with the first showing at 9pm on Thursday 15 September 2022 and the second at 3.30pm on Saturday 17 September.

    The fifth episode will be shown three times on BBC Two: 9pm on Thursday 22 September, 5.35pm on Saturday 24 September, and 1.45am on Thursday 29 September.

    The sixth and final episode will air just once on BBC Two – at 9pm on Thursday 29 September.

    All episodes, including the first three of series 2 and all six in series 1, can be viewed on demand on BBC iPlayer.