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Don't miss the latest episode of our show on The Caravan Channel, the best place on TV for caravan reviews, tow car tests, top tips and much more

Two-berth caravans feature in the new episode of The Caravan Channel – Practical Caravan's expert reviewer, Group Editor Rob Ganley, discovers the delights of travelling light.

Plus we have a great new tow test, expert advice on breakaway cables, the essentials you need to pack for a trip to Continental Europe – and much more! 

The Caravan Channel, Episode 10

This episode will be broadcast at the times given from Monday, 20 January until Sunday, 2 February, 2014

  • Rob Ganley reviews a pair of tiny two-berth tourers: the Lunar Lexon 470 and Venus 380/2.
  • David Motton put the Subaru Forester through a rigorous tow car test.
  • John Wickerhsham on breakaway cables, reinforced mounting points, getting the best from your caravan fridge and more.
  • Clare Kelly heads to Portsmouth, visits Sunnydale Farm Camping and Caravan site and looks at some of the essentials you need for a caravanning trip abroad from Portmsouth ferry port. 

The Caravan Channel is shown on Sky 212, Freesat 401 and via Information TV's livestream online. Here's when it is broadcast:

  • Monday – The Caravan Channel 8pm
  • Wednesday – The Caravan Channel 5pm
  • Friday – The Caravan Channel 5.30pm
  • Saturday – The Caravan Channel 10.30am
  • Sunday – The Caravan Channel 4pm

      

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