Better Homes and Gardens will welcome three new presenters to the team this year when the show returns for its new season on February 7.
Health and fitness expert and former Bachelor Sam Wood will arm BHG viewers with all the best information and advice for adopting a healthier lifestyle.
“For me, it’s about helping people move more and eat better with simple, practical and real advice that they can understand and implement into their lives,” said Wood.
Also joining Better Homes and Gardens this year is respected garden expert, author and television presenter Melissa King (from Nine’s The Garden Gurus).
“I will be tackling lots of fun and inspirational gardening projects – everything from edible garden projects to indoor plant styling – and I also want to encourage kids to get off the couch and into the garden with some great kid-friendly gardening ideas,” said King. “For a gardening presenter, this is the pinnacle and I’m beyond excited to be working alongside people I have admired for years.”
James Tobin (from Seven’s Weekend Sunrise) will sort through the gigabytes of information out there to present the latest in tech and motoring.
“I’ll be playing with all the big kid toys and reporting back on how they can improve our lives at home and on the road,” said Tobin. “I’ve known the BHG team for some time and to get to work with them is a real ‘pinch me’ moment.”
The new presenters join host Johanna Griggs, Adam Dovile (DIY), Dr Harry Cooper (Vet), Graham Ross (Gardening), Tara Dennis (Decorating & Design), “Fast Ed” Halmagyi (Chef), Karen Martini (Chef) and Pete Colquhoun (Architect) in the new season of Better Homes and Gardens launching on Friday, February 7 at 7.00pm on Seven.
A new addition to the gardening team of Ross and King will be announced soon.