Better Homes And Gardens – 29 October 2021 – 29/10/2021 – Seven – 7
Joh catches up with artist Elise Cameron-Smith; Adam creates some curvy shelves; Fast Ed makes a mango no-bake cheesecake tart; Dr Harry helps a dog get over a fear of the family bus.
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