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    Price Crash is back from 9pm tonight!

    It has created a stir on social media over the past few weeks and tonight is the night... Price Crash returns to TV after a near 10-year absence from your screens.

    Its return is brought to you by On Air Media who are responsible for producing various shopping channels including Cruise1st.tv (Sky 680) and PaversShoes.tv (Sky 669). The majority of the On Air Media team worked on the original Price Crash and have the blessing of its creator and shopping TV legend, David Ades.

    Derek Marks who was one of the original Price Crash presenters said: “it seems this is the era of great nostalgia returning to our TV screens so I am really excited to be part of this Price Crash reboot. We really believe that no one is doing what we have planned for everyone watching at home. We have some great deals and products that haven’t been on shopping TV for years!”.

    Price Crash originally ran from 2004 to 2008 and became infamous for its fun and quirky deals including Buy One Get One Free .....

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      It is on Channel 39 Freeview, although still comes up on my Tv info as The Store.








      › See More: Ok so who is watching?

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      Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
      I am no expert with regard to what type of 'filming' technique is used on the tv but I do know there is a type called 'film'. This is a brighter and fresh/airy type of filming compared to the warmer more homely and clearer
      A 'film' type would be more like you see blockbuster type movies filmed in - the total opposite of bright/airy. Quite dark/moody with certain colours quite punchy.

      I think Hochanda have used a technique so far as 'rubbish'
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      Their idea of hobby and craft is so broad they are currently broadcasting an hour of Pyrex dishes with DIY Charlie from Bid, who I guess is their version of Ideal World Joe.

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      The good old Halogen cooker air fryer was being sold this afternoon. The sound is terrible ,like an echo chamber.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Turandot View Post
      The good old Halogen cooker air fryer was being sold this afternoon. The sound is terrible ,like an echo chamber.
      This is the problem. Either it is a Hobby, Arts and Craft channel or a jack of all trades channel. Crafters won't watch if that's the case because who can be bothered to keep switching on if its not crafts and becomes more like Ideal World.

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      Well it's easy to knock something but you also need to look for positives.
      I don't watch any channel all day so using a programme guide to find the things I will watch is not a problem - to me it doesn't matter if it's what I deem as craft because I don't watch sewing, knitting or cooking shows, but I accept that many people watch them even if they are not my crafts.

      My picture if fine (when it's on) the sound has improved greatly, I saw some great close-ups when watching Kleshna - showing an improvement in the camera work. They did run through everything in the kit but it wasn't right at the start and that didn't bother me as I was enjoying watching and didn't mind waiting.
      The grey sets may not be great for tv but it's the latest trend in decorating - it just shows some trends shouldn't be followed but as for those saying the sets are empty and need dressing - I'm watching for what they are selling not the view of the wall/shelves behind them.
      C&C had no website when they first started but we are now used to having one, I hope the issues are sorted soon as I'm itching to have a browse.
      I didn't think Kay was washed out on the show I saw but I did think at times she was talking too fast - perhaps a hangover from C&C where they get so little time to actually demo and need to go quickly.

      I hope they get the signal problems sorted and the website working or this could be a very short-lived experience for all concerned.

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      I saw it for the first time yesterday, the ex QVC guest "locknlock" Haribin???? was demoing a halogen oven with a male presenter. I saw about 20 minutes of it and found it very amusing with the interaction between them, and the presenter trying to eat things but Locknlock kept moving him along the countertop to see another demo.

      The picture was OK, but a very dark and dismal set.


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      Quote Originally Posted by stratobuddy View Post
      I saw it for the first time yesterday, the ex QVC guest "locknlock" Haribin???? was demoing a halogen oven with a male presenter. I saw about 20 minutes of it and found it very amusing with the interaction between them, and the presenter trying to eat things but Locknlock kept moving him along the countertop to see another demo.

      The picture was OK, but a very dark and dismal set.
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