‘All That Glitters’ judges in the 2021 series is revealed, as well as how to watch the show and how the diamonds are sourced!

All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star made its debut with Episode 1 on 13th April 2021. Since its release, the show has been widely popular.

The series follows eight Jewellers as they create bespoke custom jewellery, which they present to a panel of judges. Fans are wondering exactly who the judges for the series similar to ‘The Great British Bake Off’ Format are.

So, who are the ‘All That Glitters’ judges for 2021?

All That Glitters judges: 2021 line-up revealed

Katheryn Ryan joins the series as the main presenter who will work alongside the judges. The Canadian comedian is well known for her work on TV series such as ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ (2004) and ‘Hair’ (2014). In an interview regarding the series, she talks about her love of jewellery and states that she bought herself a diamond ring with the money she made from her comedy career, saying “I’m married to the hustle. I wore it to inspire other women”. You can follow Katherine on her official Instagram account, here.

Ryan is also joined by two judges, who are Shaun Leane and Solange Azagury-Partridge. Leane is a world-renowned jeweller and has worked with high profile clients in the past. Leane brings to the show his wealth of experience and innovation. You can follow him on his official Instagram account, here.

Finally, Solange Azagury-Partridge a well-known jewellery designer, whose pieces sell for thousands of pounds. According to Only Natural Diamonds, her pieces are on permeant display at ” Louvre and the V&A.”. You can follow Solange on her official Instagram account, here.

Presenter and judges can be seen in a group photo posted by Solange below. left to right is Katherine, Shaun and Solange.

Where to watch All That Glitters is explained

If you have seen clips of season 1 and are wondering where you can watch the series, we can tell you. The series began airing on Tuesday, 13th April 2021 at 8 PM BST. Episodes release at the same time each week on BBC Two.

Head over to BBC iPlayer or the BBC Two website to catch up with the available episodes. BBC’s streaming service is free to use. However, in order to watch TV series, sports, films and more which are available from their library, you must sign up for their free-to-use service.

BBC iPlayer is available through their website, app and set-top boxes, more information can be found on their official page about how to set up their service and where to find it.

To confirm, you can watch episodes on Tuesdays at 8 PM BST on BBC Two.

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How are the diamonds sourced?

Fans of the series will have noticed, the star of the show is the princess cut diamond. The princess cut, along with all the other diamonds featured on the series are in fact, ethically sourced.

According to Only Natural Diamonds, they “Originate from Ekati in the Northwest Territories of Canada and run by the Arctic Canadian Diamond Company”. As part of mining in Canada the countries mining association launched the ‘Towards Sustainable Mining‘ (TSM) programme in 2008, which is now the face of responsible mining across the world.

The crowning episode will show one of the most intricate jobs that jewellers take on, by creating an engagement ring set with the princess cut diamond provided to them.

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Iram Sharifah Khan
Iram Sharifah Khan

Iram is a London-based freelance journalist with a BA in Journalism and Media from Birkbeck University. She studied several modules, including Journalism in British Life, Interview skills and Feature Writing, Introduction to Journalism Practice and Manga and Anime. Iram went from university to work with GRV Media at The Focus Writers’ Academy and enjoys learning Japanese, taking singing lessons, playing video games and watching Korean dramas in her spare time.

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