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For expert reviews of the very latest caravans, comprehensive tests of the newest tow cars, travel advice to help you have the best caravan holidays, top tips and much more, you simply can't afford to miss our TV shows on The Caravan Channel.
In the latest episode, broadcast over a two-week period from Monday 31 March 2014, Practical Caravan's very own Group Editor Rob Ganley compares a dealer special Sterling Eccles Hi-Style 584 caravan from Lowdhams with a Swift Challenger SE 580. Which of these two caravans gets his vote? Tune in to find out.
If you're looking for the perfect recipe to get the most from your caravan holidays this year, your search is over. This is because in our newest TV show we benefit from some top tips courtesy of caravan expert John Wickersham. He'll tell you what essential kit you need to start your brand new, 2014 caravanning season in style.
Not only that, but in this episode of the show, John looks at how to bring your tourer out of winter storage and how best to prepare it so it is ready for your first big caravan holiday of the year – you'd not want to miss that.
We also have more caravan reviews in this episode on The Caravan Channel as our Clare Kelly delivers Practical Caravan's definitive verdict on the Adria Adora Seine, a new and very spacious four-berth caravan that offers customers a versatile and modern living space. Make sure you tune in to catch her review and get the full story on this van.
And finally, if you're wondering what tow car to buy for the new touring season, perhaps we can help you make up your mind. In our latest TV show, Practical Caravan's tow car guru David Motton puts the all new Mazda 3 through its paces. In this episode, our Motty tests the two-litre, petrol powered version of the Mazda 3 that has a kerbweight of 1355kg and which retails at £19,895. How does it fare in the ultimate tow car test? You'll have to tune in to find out – see below for full details and how to watch, either on TV or live online. With so many ways to watch, there's no excuse not to!
We at Practical Caravan work in partnership with Information TV to co-produce shows on The Caravan Channel. All of our shows are broadcast several times across a fortnightly period (please see the times below) on Sky 212 and on Freesat 401. Or you can watch our shows live online on The Caravan Channel website.
This episode will be broadcast on The Caravan Channel between Monday 31 March 2014 and Sunday 13 April 2014 on the following days and at the following times:
- Monday at 8pm
- Wednesday at 5pm
- Friday at 5.30pm
- Saturday at 10.30am
- Sunday at 4pm
If you've missed previous episodes of our show on The Caravan Channel and you want to watch more video content from Practical Caravan, be sure to check out and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
We hope this all gets you in the mood for a wonderful year of touring – happy holidays!