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Ty's Great British Adventure

Ty's Great British Adventure
Genre Reality
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 3
No. of episodes 15
Production
Running time 60 Minutes (first episode)
30 minutes
Distributor UKTV
Broadcast
Original channel UKTV Style
Picture format PAL (576i)
Original run 18 September 2008 (2008-09-18) – 2010 (2010)
External links
Website

Ty's Great British Adventure is a British television reality show on Home featuring Ty Pennington of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition fame.

Episodes

Series One

Portreath, Cornwall
1 x 60mins and 4 x 30mins[1]
Filmed: May 2008, Broadcast: September 16, 2008 - October 14, 2008

Pennington attempts to restore the fortunes of a faded seaside resort.[1]

Note: The 60-minute episode from this series will air in the U.S. on ABC on 7 August 2011.

Series Two

Portishead Open Air Pool
5 x 30mins
Filmed: May 2009,[2] Broadcast: September 14, 2009 - October 5, 2009[3]
Ty helps the community of Portishead, in Bristol, to reopen their derelict open air swimming pool.[4]

Series Three

Kiln Green and Castleholm, Langholm, Scotland
5 x 30 mins
Filmed May 2009,[5] Broadcast Spring 2010[3]
Ty helps a community to build a bandstand, construct a new path, open a tourist centre and put on a music festival.[6]

External links

  • Ty's Great British Adventure Official Site

References

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