Yes, that’s right, we have three new tourers, a practical tow car and a site review in this week’s show.

So make sure you find time to join us on Practical Caravan TV.

Here’s when you can catch this week’s episode:

  • Monday 9 October at 8pm
  • Wednesday 11 October at 6pm
  • Thursday 12 October at 6pm
  • Saturday 14 October at 6pm
  • Sunday 15 October at 6pm.

Practical Caravan TV is on Sky 212 and Freesat 161 (just look for Showcase TV!), or you can watch for free online, via our live stream.

2018 Bailey Unicorn Seville review

The new Unicorn range from Bailey caravans is first to fall under the spotlight in this week’s show – and we’re looking at the Seville.

This updated-for-2018 model has a corner washroom, alongside a canny kitchen that runs along the back wall and wraps along the nearside.

It’s a traditional two-berth with a make-up double in the lounge, but there are plenty of neat touches that ensure it’s totally up to date.

Don’t miss it this week on Practical Caravan TV.

What tow car talent does this Vauxhall have?

Then Motty’s back with another rigorous tow test, pushing cars far harder than you’re ever likely to on the road to deliver the definitive verdict.

This time he wants to see what tow car ability the Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer has.

It’s keenly priced and this 168bhp 2.0-litre diesel has a healthy amount of torque, meaning it accelerates smartly, even when hitched to a twin-axle van.

Tune in to see what else it offers caravanners.

2018 Coachman VIP 460 review

In part two, we review another new-for-2018 caravan – it’s the Coachman VIP 460. Oh, and don’t forget we’re giving one away!

So watch this week’s show to see what you can win. Check out the massive panoramic front window, the large end washroom and everything else.

Then we take a look around South Wales Touring Park. Tune in and discover why it’s a finalist in our Top 100 Sites Guide 2017.

Meet our Tourer of the Year 2018

And that’s not all! Stay tuned to catch another new-for-2018 caravan review – it’s the Swift Sprite Major 6.

The company’s entry-level range has gone up in the world for the new season, with smart, elegant detailing inside and out.

This family van feels light, bright and thoroughly modern, with six berths and plenty of storage.

And we’ve another reason why you can’t miss this review – this model is our Tourer of the Year 2018!

Watch live online, or on Sky 212 or Freesat 161.