It's the second of nine heats, as three new designers battle it out for a place in the second round, and the chance to win The Great Interior Design Challenge. This time our amateurs are taking on three 1920s beach huts, in the picturesque setting of Canford Cliffs beach. The designers need to be inventive and innovative as they have just three days and £750 to transform the two and a half square metres huts. In his nautical design, actor Michael must make sure he creates enough storage for the four families who share his hut. For school teacher Anne it's a tricky task keeping her hut owner on board with her bold colour choice. Meanwhile, antiques restorer Sandy struggles to make a decision in her multi-coloured, nature inspired scheme. Tom Dyckhoff delves into the history of the nation's love affair with the beach hut, while it's down to Judges Sophie and Daniel to decide who has the winning design and will go through to the next round.