Upcoming BBC jewellery contest programme All That Glitters has put out the call for applicants for its second season – before the first has even begun airing.
Season one of the show, produced by Twenty Twenty, is set to debut its first episode next week, at 8pm on Tuesday 13 April on BBC Two.
The show will pit eight jewellers from different backgrounds against one another across six episodes, to see who will take the crown at the end of the Great British Bake Off-style format.
But applications for the show’s second season are already open on the Twenty Twenty website, and would-be competitors have until 4 June to make their case for why they deserve a spot on the 2022 season.
Applications are open to both professional and amateur jewellery designers over the age of 18.
The BBC’s description of the show reveals: “Working with some of the most valuable objects on earth including silver, gold, and precious gemstones, the challenges will explore the wildly diverse styles and aesthetics that can be found across different types of jewellery design and craftmanship. Every episode will be bursting with science, history, and culture.
“Only one jeweller can prove they are a cut above the rest and claim the ‘All That Glitters’ crown.”
The BBC recently revealed the full title of the show as All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star.
It will be hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan and judged by jewellery designers Shaun Leane and Solange Azagury-Partridge.
View the trailer for the much-anticipated show below: