Yeti Television series "Britain’s Best Beach Huts" to air on Channel 4

The series is presented by Laura Jackson and Jay Blades in his first major Channel 4 role as they go on a hunt across the country’s stunning coastline to find the most extraordinary beach huts.


"Britain’s Best Beach Huts"


Channel 4 has commissioned Yeti Television new property design series "Britain’s Best Beach Huts" for daytime, where craftsman Jay Blades ("The Repair Shop") and interior design fanatic Laura Jackson ("The Great Big Tiny Design Challenge") are hunting for the most unexpected gems across Britain’s coastline.

The beautiful little buildings are a staple of the British seaside and with more than 20,000 of them dotted across the coastline and clifftops, their variety is as staggering as their number. Each week Jay and Laura battle it out to see who can find the ultimate beach hut on a specific theme. The duo find themselves in the country’s most stunning and far-flung locations in a series that celebrates the wonders of British coastline and its residents with a surprise behind every door.

The series was commissioned by Channel 4’s Senior Commissioning Editor for daytime and features Clemency Green, with Head of Daytime Jo Street and will be overseen by Commissioning Editor Nicole Streak. The Series Producer was Dom Carveley and executive producer Yeti’s Creative Director Sian Price. Silverlining Rights is the exclusive worldwide distribution partner for the series.

Sian Price, Creative Director at Yeti says, “Beach huts have always been a classic element of British beaches but have never fully been explored on television until now. I think viewers will be surprised and delighted in equal measure by their beauty and quirkiness. Jay and Laura as co-hosts are magic, their on-screen chemistry is fantastic and I think we may have just found British TV’s newest dynamic duo!”

Clemency Green, Senior Commissioning Editor at Channel 4 adds, “In this inspiring new series form Yeti, Jay and Laura unearth some incredible design secrets in these pocket-sized properties. From high-tech renovations to eccentric family hideaways, the series shows that with good design size really doesn’t matter.”

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