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BBC return for home makeover format
BBC1 is creating a new home makeover contest, almost a decade after Changing Rooms was axed.
The show will see home-owners hand over their keys to enthusiastic amateurs who will set to work transforming rooms in the properties.
Each programme will see four competitors who think they have an eye for design competing for a cash prize.
Multi-millionaire interior designer Celia Sawyer, who will be judging the contestants, said: "Anyone who comes on the show and thinks interior design is a walk in the park is going to have a real shock.
"Interior design isn't just about painting a wall pretty colours, it's about listening to your brief and working hard to fulfil it. That's what I will be looking for."
Changing Rooms - which was dropped in 2004 after eight years - saw neighbours and friends being unleashed on each other's homes under the eye of a roster of designers including Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Linda Barker. The new show will see contestants set out their vision without the aid of a professional.
Makeover shows have fallen out of favour on BBC channels in the past decade or so.
BBC1 controller Charlotte Moore said: "Your Home in Their Hands will see BBC1 indulge viewers' passion for home decoration, something we've not explored on the channel in recent years."