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Shop Well for Less?

  • Season 2
  • 6 episodes
  • Lifestyle

Summary

Steph McGovern and Alex Jones are on a mission to help families change the way they shop without changing their lifestyle.

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Episode 5: Shop Well for Less?

Summary

Alex Jones and Steph McGovern help the Parmar family from North London, who are addicted to brand labels, and try to convince them that cheaper alternatives can be just as good by giving their house a new look and organising a pop-up shop of their belongings. Plus, Professor Avi Shankar reveals how companies use packaging to catch the customers' eye, as five travel mugs are put through their paces to see which one comes out on top, and Alex gets the Parmar's to blind test three stand mixers to see if price really does equal quality.

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Cast

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PresenterAlex Jones
PresenterSteph McGovern
ContributorAvi Shankar

Crew

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DirectorBeccy Evans
Executive producerJo Scarratt-Jones
Executive producerCatherine Catton
ProducerBeccy Evans
Series producerFiona Gay

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  • Episode 5

    Shop Well for Less?

    Summary

    Alex Jones and Steph McGovern help the Parmar family from North London, who are addicted to brand labels, and try to convince them that cheaper alternatives can be just as good by giving their house a new look and organising a pop-up shop of their belongings. Plus, Professor Avi Shankar reveals how companies use packaging to catch the customers' eye, as five travel mugs are put through their paces to see which one comes out on top, and Alex gets the Parmar's to blind test three stand mixers to see if price really does equal quality.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    PresenterAlex Jones
    PresenterSteph McGovern
    ContributorAvi Shankar

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorBeccy Evans
    Executive producerJo Scarratt-Jones
    Executive producerCatherine Catton
    ProducerBeccy Evans
    Series producerFiona Gay
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