Melanie Sykes hosts the battle of the clay, as twelve of Britain's best home potters compete to become champion of the wheel
Melanie Sykes hosts as 12 amateur potters compete against one another, with judges Keith Brymer Jones and Sue Pryke asking the contenders to throw a breakfast set and then egg cups.
The eleven remaining potters are tasked with hand-building an elaborate chess set and throwing miniature vases at the wheel.
Melanie Sykes hosts as the remaining potters tackle raku firing, hand-build two animal figurines and face the tricky ceramic technique of nerikomi
Melanie Sykes hosts as the remaining potters face a multi-coloured slip cast challenge to make two vases, and a blindfolded throwing challenge to throw the widest bowl.
The eight remaining potters are challenged to build a pair of matching lamp bases, hoping to impress judges Sue Pryke and Keith Brymer Jones. Later, guest judge Emma Bridgewater drops in to set an emotional ceramic challenge for the contestants.
It's Greek Week, and the remaining contestants are challenged to sculpt a nude Greek statue and throw Greek jugs at the wheel. Judges Keith Brymer Jones and Sue Pryke decide who will be potter of the week, and who will be leaving the competition.
Melanie Sykes hosts as the six remaining potters are challenged to produce handmade tiles for a fireplace and to throw a chimney for a place in the quarter-final.
Melanie Sykes hosts the quarter-final as the remaining five potters make two ginger jars and face a Scraffito challenge spot test for a place in the semi-final.
Melanie Sykes hosts a Victorian-themed semi-final. The potters face their biggest challenge yet... to produce a fully functioning toilet for a place in the final.
Melanie Sykes hosts the grand finale as the three potters make a quirky tea set and face a throwing challenge to impress the judges and be crowned the winner.