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When is The Great British Sewing Bee on TV and what challenges lie ahead?

By Annie Roberts

The new series of the Sewing Bee is currently under way on BBC One. Twelve budding home sewers started the competition in a bid to be crowned the 2022 champion but only one can win the coveted title.

New to the hosting role this series is comedian and actress Sara Pascoe, who has taken over from Joe Lycett who presented the BBC competition show for three years but stepped down in 2021. But Sara knows just how it feels to be a contestant, after she competed in the 2020 celebrity Christmas special.

The amateur sewers are once again aiming to impress judges Patrick Grant and Esme Young, who have returned to evaluate their work and eventually pick the series winner. But when is the reality programme broadcast on BBC One? Here are all the details you need to make sure you don't miss any episodes:

When is The Great British Sewing Bee on TV?

Sewing Bee is on BBC One and BBC iPlayer each Wednesday from 9pm. There are 10 episodes to the new 2022 series, and so far two episodes have broadcast and they are available to watch via the BBC iPlayer.

The next episode airs on Wednesday, May 11 from 9pm and this week it's "summer week". It will see the 10 remaining sewers creating midi dresses with puff sleeves, turning hammocks into a summer wardrobe staple and in the final Made to Measure challenge, they'll be tasked with making a two-piece co-ordinated outfit.

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