Better Homes and Gardens episode 1 2022: Joh and Charlie visit Rosedale Farm and give you some home styling tips, Adam renovates a home entry area. Karen makes red braised pork. Ed makes chicken lo mein.
See Australia’s number one lifestyle program bringing viewers fresh and inspiring ways to makeover their home, the latest in design and craft, plus a great variety of delicious recipes.
Better Homes and Gardens episode 1 2022
Better Homes and Gardens is an Australian television program which is broadcast on the Seven Network, which is based on the magazine of the same name domestically published by Pacific Magazines (itself licensing the brand and magazine format from the American Meredith Corporation). The programs covers a wide variety of lifestyle related topics. These include, gardening, landscaping, architecture, cooking, DIY, pet care, and home improvement, as well as featuring celebrity guests. The show is hosted by former Olympic swimmer-turned-television presenter Johanna Griggs, who has hosted the program since 2005.
The show was created by Peter E. Fox, who was also an executive producer for the 1995 series, along with Grahame Duckham. This was for the original magazine publisher, Murdoch Magazines and executive director Mark Kelly. The series aired its 1000th episode on 29 June 2018.
Gardening guru Graham Ross has appeared on the show since 1995, presenting over 700 episodes. Resident vet Dr. Harry joined the team in 2004 and has been providing pet information and advice to viewers ever since. In 2005, Jason Hodges became the show’s landscaper and almost always appears with beloved Fox Terrier, Dannii. In December 2019, it was announced that Jason Hodges would be leaving the show and will replaced by Charlie Albone from 2020.
Ed Halmagyi (known on the show as ‘Fast Ed’) joined the team in 2004 he transforms elegant restaurant cuisine into recipes that anyone can prepare at home. Melbourne Chef Karen Martini joined the show in 2006 bringing with her a love of relaxed cooking with fresh, healthy, seasonal produce. Tara Dennis is the show’s designer and decorator and joined the show in 2006. Builder Adam Dovile joined the show in 2015 after winning season two of House Rules in 2014, and is the go-to for DIY projects on the show.