•   
  •   

Entertainment Grand Designs host Kevin McCloud gets new co-presenter

05:30  24 july  2021
05:30  24 july  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

This champagne is the special something that used 2021

 This champagne is the special something that used 2021 If a champagne house has a new vintage, the great news - especially when it comes to Moët & Chandon. The company presents the 75th vintage of the Champagne House: the Grand Vintage 2013, a hitherto unique vintage with the latest reading of the last 30 years. With the Grand Vintage Rosé 2013, these vintage champagers are the epitome of the Golden Autumn. These balanced and powerful foam wines were matured seven years in the basement and are characterized by special maturity and fine structures.

Kevin McCloud et al. posing for the camera: MailOnline logo © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo

He's fronted the show solo for two decades.

And, Grand Designs: The Streets host Kevin McCloud, 62, is to get a new co-presenter as architect Natasha Huq has been signed up to join the Channel 4 show.

Two new six-part series, expected to start next year, will follow the UK's largest mass self-build site at Graven Hill in Oxfordshire and look at exciting new pilot plots in Glasgow.

Kevin McCloud sitting in a car: ( © Provided by Daily Mail (

Damion Burrows and Zac Monro joined Kevin in 2015's Grand Designs: RIBA House of the Year, and Michelle Ogundehin on awards show Grand Designs: House of the Year.

Britney Spears Trustees: His ex-husband Kevin Federline is expressed in turn

 Britney Spears Trustees: His ex-husband Kevin Federline is expressed in turn Kevin Federline reacted through his lawyer at the request of his ex-wife, Britney Spears, to raise his guardianship who the makes unhappy and depressed. © ADMEDIA / SIPA Kevin Federline is the father of the two sons of Britney Spears , Sean and Jayden. A few days ago, the singer delivered an glazing testimonial at a hearing before a court of Los Angeles to seek the end of his father's guardianship, Jamie Spears, under which she has been for 13 years.

Kevin has otherwise gone solo for the 22 years the series has been on air, after it debuted in 1999, making Natasha his first permanent co-host on the main show.

In the upcoming series of The Street, Kevin and Natasha will revisit the ten households constructing their own homes as part of an enormous self-build project.

a woman sitting at a table and smiling at the camera: ( © Provided by Daily Mail ( Kevin McCloud standing in front of a building: ( © Provided by Daily Mail (

In a statement, Kevin said: 'We witnessed the very beginnings of the Graven Hill site in the first series of The Street and it was an honour to spend time alongside our ten plucky guinea pigs.

'Now we're back to follow more projects as Britain's largest self-build community really gets going.'

Kevin explained how the series will also offer insight into how self-sustaining properties could change the landscape of the UK's housing market.

All the electric cars coming soon

  All the electric cars coming soon Next week, we'll reveal our 2021 Electric Car Awards winners, but here we're looking farther into the future at the upcoming models that you might want to wait for

He said: 'I'm also excited to be able to look at other pilot projects such as Glasgow in this series.

'Self-build and custom-build are here to stay and at this rate they're going to make a big contribution to Britain's housing supply.'

Channel 4 Commissioning Editor Ian Buckley added: 'Both new series of Grand Designs: The Street will capture the spirit of community that these incredible self-build streets engender, as the determination, resilience and ambition of the builders shines through, to create something extraordinary.'

Kevin McCloud wearing a suit and tie: ( © Provided by Daily Mail ( Read more

Baku officials rule out a second 2021 Azerbaijan GP .
Azerbaijan Grand Prix officials have ruled out staging a second race to plug a hole in the increasingly complex 2021 calendar. © PA Images Aerial view of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix planetF1 With Formula 1 remaining committed to trying to stage 23 races this season, two gaps already exist – and there could be more to come. The cancellation of Australia on November 21 had left one TBC row on the schedule and now another has appeared, with the Japanese Grand Prix on October 10 also having fallen due to the effects of the ongoing pandemic.

usr: 2
This is interesting!