The Great Pottery Throw Down 2021 has concluded on Channel 4 – here are the contestants who took part and all the results.
The Great Pottery Throw Down returned for series 4 with 12 new home potters competing this time.
Siobhán McSweeney hosts as the contestants strive to create their most intricate and imaginative work, before their pieces are judged by expert judging duo Keith Brymer Jones and Rich Miller.
Episodes aired weekly on Sunday nights on Channel 4 or online via All 4.
The Great Pottery Throw Down contestants and results
WINNER: Jodie – NHS scrub nurse from Rhondda Valley
Instagram username: @jodie_neale_ceramics
RUNNER UP: Adam – Support worker from Brighton
Instagram username: @adamceramic
RUNNER UP: Peter – Design and technology teacher from Milton Keynes
Instagram username: @woburn_sands_clay
ELIMINATED EPISODE 9: Hannah – Housing project manager from Bristol
Instagram username: @hannahruthwalker
ELIMINATED EPISODE 8: Alon – Architecture student from London
Instagram username: @oak_fired_clay
ELIMINATED EPISODE 8: Sally ‘Sal’ – Art and design teacher from Cornwall
Instagram username: @sally.tully
ELIMINATED EPISODE 7: Henry – Retirement home activities organiser from Suffolk
Instagram username: @pot_punk
ELIMINATED EPISODE 6: Shenyue – Model from London
Instagram username: @shenyueding
ELIMINATED EPISODE 5: Lee – Community nurse from Huddersfield
Instagram username: @thenookpottery
There was no elimination in Episode 4.
ELIMINATED EPISODE 3: Susan ‘Suz’ – Library assistant from Aberdeenshire
Instagram username: @suzmacinnesceramics
ELIMINATED EPISODE 2: Irina – Executive ground staff from Essex
Instagram username: @irispotsoflove
ELIMINATED EPISODE 1: Ara – Retired theatre wardrobe manager from Folkstone
Instagram username: @ara.moradian
The Great Pottery Throw Down spoilers
The battle of the clay concludes on Sunday 7 March as Britain’s best home potters compete to become champion with host Siobhán McSweeney.
It’s the grand final and the remaining three potters go head-to-head. The pressure’s on as they face two of their toughest challenges, as we turn back the clock 100 years to the 1920s for an art deco-inspired final. And it’s party time as the finalists make a punch bowl and decanters, before facing the tiniest throwing challenge we’ve ever set.
Only one potter can be crowned the champion by judges Rich Miller and Keith Brymer Jones… who will be the winner of The Great Pottery Throw Down 2021?
The Great Pottery Throw Down airs on Sunday nights on Channel 4.
Episodes are available to watch online via the All 4 player here.