Don't miss brand-new Motorhome TV, airing every week on Sky!
MMM magazine has created an all-new television show, which aired for the first time on 29 June.
The new series of Motorhome TV started on Monday 29 June at 7pm on Showcase Sky channel 192, with five more episodes being shown at the same time on the following five Mondays.
If you miss the show on a Monday, each programme will be repeated the following Sunday at 6pm on Showcase Sky channel 192.
This all-new series brings viewers on an exciting and entertaining journey into the world of motorhomes. Each programme explores the lifestyle in a fun, informative and unique way.
All of the six programmes in the series will feature something never seen before in this genre of programmes – advanced CGI graphics in the motorhome reviews to bring to life the layouts in the models being reviewed by MMM’s Road Test Editor, Peter Vaughan.
There will also be motorhome and campervan travel features taking viewers to some of the most wonderful locations in the UK and Europe. In addition, the producers have taken accessory reviews to all-new level in the most exciting, challenging and unique ways.
The series also sees two teams competing in campsite challenges to highlight not only how easy it is to carry out basic campsite tasks – reverse parking, levelling a motorhome, etc – but also how easy it is to drive the latest motorhomes.
The series also talks to genuine motorhome enthusiasts to bring viewers their stories about how they got into this superb hobby and why they enjoy it so much.
Finally, each programme will have a surprise feature – be that a look inside a £250,000 luxury motorhome, an in-depth tour of a bespoke Unimog-based all-terrain motorhome or a gaze into a crystal ball to see what the future of campervanning will look like.
In episode three, aired for the first time on Monday 13 July and repeated on July 19, we meet motorhome fanatics, Steve and Chris; review the latest Benimar Tessoro motorhome; undergo the toughest campsite challenge so far; Geneve gets on a bike; and we look at the future of the VW campervan.
Watch the trailer for the brand-new Motorhome TV series below: