Ten potters are challenged to create and decorate a 16-piece dinner set. Plus, the contestants must throw the tallest cone they can in just 15 minutes.
The potters are challenged to hand-build a large clock. And, they are given 75 minutes to create handles for a set of three casserole dishes.
The potters must use a risky method of firing to create Japanese-style ceramics. And, they are challenged to carve a detailed design into a lantern.
The seven remaining potters are tasked with throwing and decorating a water feature. Plus, they have just 15 minutes to create three flowerpots.
The six remaining potters head deep into the countryside for an exhilarating challenge. They must make two vases using the ancient technique of pit firing.
The remaining potters must make four Russian nesting dolls. And, they are given just 10 minutes to throw the widest bowl they can while blindfolded.
It's the semi-final and the remaining potters must hand-build a fully functioning toilet. Plus, comedian Johnny Vegas sets them a tough challenge.
The three remaining potters are tasked with making a pair of fully functioning light features. Who will impress the judges and be crowned the winner?