THE Great British Sewing Bee returns to our screens on Wednesday, April 14 via BBC One. Here's what you need to know about where the series was filmed and what the new series has in store. Where is The Great British Sewing Bee filmed? Series seven of the show has seen another location change for the show, with the latest season shot at Trinity Buoy Wharf in London’s Docklands. Judge Patrick Grant says: "It was a real joy to spend time there. We’d come onto the set just before 7am every day and the sunrises and sunsets were amazing. Having that wonderful vista across the River Thames from the sewing room, can’t help but inspire the sewers. It was a spectacular place to shoot." The Great British Sewing Bee was previously filmed in Bermondsey on the south bank of the Thames, at 47-49 Tanner Street. The old building was a Victorian warehouse with exposed brick walls, beams and wooden floor. It had previously been shot at the Metropolitan Wharf, which describes … [Read more...] about Where is The Great British Sewing Bee 2021 filmed?
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NASA has published a stunning snap of a sea of dunes rippling across the red planet. The breathtaking view was captured by Nasa’s longest-running Martian probe. The image also shows the icy North Pole of Mars. “A sea of dark dunes, sculpted by the winds into long lines, surrounds Mars’ northern polar cap,” said NASA. The space agency described the dune region as covering an area as big as Texas. “In this false-colour image, areas with cooler temperatures are recorded in bluer tints. “While warmer features and depicted in yellows and oranges. “Thus, the dark, sun-warmed dunes glow with a golden colour.” The image itself shows an area roughly 19 miles (30km) wide. NASA created the scene by combining multiple images captured between December 2002 and November 2004. They were snapped by the Thermal Emission Imaging System on the Mars Odyssey orbiter. Nasa’s Mars Odyssey launched on April 7, 2001, tasked with orbiting Mars and collecting data. Much of … [Read more...] about Stunning image of ‘Sea of Dunes’ on Mars circling red planet’s frosty north pole