Alice Beer Cleans Churchill’s Suits & Learns How to Properly Shine a Fork | This Morning

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It’s that time of year! The days are getting longer, the birds are chirping, so it’s time to spring clean. Alice Beer is visiting stunning Blenheim Palace to learn how to clean on a slightly grander scale. From polishing priceless chandeliers, to sprucing up Winston Churchill’s wardrobe, Alice is getting tips from THIS palace to help you clean YOUR palace.

Broadcast on 16/03/21

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Alice Beer is an English television presenter. She is best known for appearing on the British consumer investigative journalism programme Watchdog on BBC One between 1993 and 1999.

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