Come and celebrate Ideal World’s 15th Birthday
YOU ARE INVITED!

 

The party starts today 15th April at 5pm – get your party shoes on and tune in to celebrate with Ideal World! Lots of surprises, party games, competitions, great deals, massive savings and of course cake that you don’t want to miss!!!

 

Don’t miss the NEW and Ideal World EXCLUSIVE launch of the Karcher K3 Max during their Birthday celebrations plus there will be two NEW colours of Nutribullet and even more Birthday Specials!

 

HAPPY 15 FABULOUS YEARS, IDEAL WORLD!!!

 

#15YearsOfFab

 

Enjoy your shopping with the home of shopping TV, Ideal World, on Sky654, Freeview 22, Virgin 747, Freesat812 and at www.idealworld.tv

The Deal coming to Sky

 

The Deal launches Friday 17th April, at 9pm! One sensational product, at one amazing deal of price.

 

Join Peter Sherlock with the debut of the loveandlight Dreamcatcher collection dootl'izh pendant. Inspired by Native Navajo American tribes, this hand designed pendant features 9K gold cladding, american turquoise, and a certificate of authenticity - all for well under £50! (but how much under?) With only 50 IN THE WORLD, it will be first come first served! To grab the limited edition pendant.

 

Join The Deal on Friday at 9pm, exclusive to Sky 886 and www.psychictoday.co.uk.

TJC Choice Daily from 2pm to 6pm

 

Tune into TJC Choice every day from 2pm to 6pm to spruce up your life. Explore our new fashion and home décor collections and expect unique pieces big on style but not on prices.

 

TJC Choice is available every day at 14:00 – 18:00 on Sky 660 and Freesat 815 and of course online at www.tjc.co.uk.

 

QVC site fined for safety deficiency

 

Following a workplace fatality in November, a state agency has fined QVC $4,500 and found its safety program is “deficient” according to a recent report.

 

The S.C. Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation found that on Thanksgiving Day, Agnes Ann McKithen Carter, a warehouse assistant, was retrieving items on a forklift 30 feet in the air at the warehouse distribution center. At 1:10 p.m. a recently-trained forklift operator drove into her aisle, failed to see her forklift and hit it. Carter, who was harnessed to the lift, fell with it.

Shortly thereafter, Agnes, 45, died at a hospital.

Gadget Show Host Pops into the Cruise1st TV Studio


Tune into Cruise1st.tv today at 1pm and 6pm on Sky Channel 677 as Jason Bradbury from Channel 5's Gadget Show joins Derek Marks to talk all things tech on board Royal Caribbean's Quantum Class ships.

 

 

To celebrate the upcoming launch of the most technologically-advanced ship in the world (tied with her sister ship), the Anthem of the Seas – The Gadget Show host, Jason Bradbury, visited Cruise1st TV.

 

Having holidayed on the Quantum of the Seas during her first month on the seas, Bradbury has again been invited to cast his tech-savvy eye over the launch of the Anthem later this month.

 

Bradbury described his experiences on the Quantum Class ship with host Derek Marks, enthusing about the ship’s features which appealed to his love of gadgets and also appealed to his children.

New to the world to cruising, Bradbury’s sojourn on the Quantum of the Seas was his first ever cruise holiday and believes that he may have been spoiled by the ship. He explained: “I think Royal Caribbean have raised the bar. They ruined my expectations, I now expect bionic bartenders and roller discos with floating DJs above you.”

 

The Gadget Show presenter went on to explain the trip served to dispel outdated preconceptions about cruise holidays that he had previously held, comparing the ship’s décor to that of a five star hotel.

 

His highlight of the ship was RipCord by iFly, the first ever skydiving experience on the seas. Enthusing about the accessibility of the skydive simulator, Bradbury explained that it was suitable for his young daughter as well as an elderly friend of the family.

 

Another highlight of the ship for tech-freak Bradbury was, unsurprisingly, the Bionic Bar with its robotic bartenders and automated service.

 

“The Bionic Bar is beautiful, it’s like something from Soho or New York.”

 

It wasn’t all drinking and dropping from the sky for the Bradbury party, as Jason explained how the younger members of the family enjoyed the youth clubs and the range of activities provided in the SeaPlex.  He was so satisfied with the facilities for the kids, he managed to make significant use of the adults-only Solarium with his wife.

 

     

 

Bradbury was keen to stress the fact that the ship was not only designed for people as obsessed with technology as he, detailing the aesthetic appeal of the Quantum:

 

“It’s not an overtly techno ship. It’s a beautiful relaxing experience that technology advances.”

 

Staying in a family stateroom, Bradbury described his living quarters as ‘fantastic’ and ‘spacious’, and stated his favourite place to eat on the ship was Jamie’s Italian – although he described that as a boring choice.

 

Jason and his family have been invited to test out the Anthem of the Seas upon its launch later this month alongside the Cruise1st team. The Jason Bradbury episode is set to premiere on Cruise1st TV at 1pm Friday 3 April, although you can watch it before on the Cruise1st YouTube channel.

QVC PUTS ITSELF FORWARD FOR HORTICULTURE SUPPLIERS LOOKING TO GROW SALES

 

QVC gardening sales continue to grow with 280 live hours of shopping in 2014 allowing suppliers to reach wider audience.

 

QVC, whose television shopping gardening shows have seen double-digit growth over the past three years and have enjoyed six consecutive years of growth.

 

QVC moved across London from Battersea to Chiswick in 2012 and now presenter Richard Jackson has a better outdoor set than at the old site.

 

"QVC gardening has grown and grown but it is still a bit under the radar," says Jackson. His "professional formula" Flower Power product range of feeds, controls, seeds and bird food turns over £5m a year and is QVC's biggest single brand.

 

Source: Horticluture Week

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