Susannah & Trinny's second television series will be screened on BBC2, Thursdays at 8.30 pm, from early September 2002. Susannah & Trinny's first series triumphantly opened with 1.7m viewers and finished on episode 8 with 3.5 million viewers. Susannah & Trinny's personal directory of high street shops, boutiques and department stores covers 25 cities around the UK, sourcing brands and outlets which cater for every size and shape. Susannah & Trinny write the fashion column in the new, fabulously trendy HEAT magazine.
Susannah & Trinny's first television series was screened on BBC2 between November 2001 and January 2002, and was such a success this new series has been commissioned. They also write for HEAT magazine, in which they have a weekly column about celebrities and their attire. Trinny & Susannah's eighth primetime television series will be shown on ITV in the autumn. They write for Heat magazine and the Sun. They are Britain's best known style experts, called upon to adjudicate on all matters sartorial.
Several national newspapers profiled Susannah & Trinny over Christmas including THE OBSERVER, THE SUNDAY TIMES, DAILY TELEGRAPH, INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY, SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY. 'All hail to Susannah and Trinny, style icons turned superstars. For they at least, as we approach the new year, will be able to assure themselves: tomorrow belongs to me.' Virginia Blackburn, DAILY EXPRESS WNTW was 'The Digested Read' in THE GUARDIAN's 'The Editor' section 21/12. THEEVENING STANDARD recommended WNTW for the perfect christmas present for the 'woman who wears clothes'. The WALL STREET JOURNAL has also reviewed the book: '... we loved the book's jaunty practicality. Fat or thin, female readers will see themselves and their friends - and hopefully laugh instead of cry - if they pick up this little gem.' 'A wardrobe essential.' HELLO S&T have done interviews on: GMTV (ITV), RI:SE (CHANNEL 4), BBC BREAKFAST (BBC 1), PM & WOMAN'S HOUR (BBC RADIO 4), JO WILEY SHOW (BBC RADIO 1), THE STEVE WRIGHT SHOW (BBC RADIO 2), OPEN HOUSE WITH GLORIA HUNNIFORD (CHANNEL 5), XCHANGE on CBBC (BBC 2), BBC LONDON, THE WRIGHT STUFF (CHANNEL 5), FRED MACAULEY SHOW (BBC RADIO SCOTLAND); RTE 1 (Ireland) and a full day of regional radio. As well as their column in HEAT magazine they are now writing a makeover column inthe DAILY MAIL. 'The two rudest women on TV have produced a book to go with their next series. Phew! Now we can all benefit from their honest fashion advice without having to go on telly to be told how fat and unstylish we are. Not only packed with insider tips, this brilliant guide to fashion is good girlie fun.' MARIE CLARIE (Oct) We sold an amazing 143 copies of WNTW through EVEmagazine which ran big feature interview on Susannah & Trinny with a reader offer for the book in their October issue (also given away with THE EVENING STANDARD). RED, MARIE CLAIRE, SHE, WOMAN and HEAT have all featured the book. SUNDAY TELEGRAPH MAGAZINE ran first interview (25th Aug) followed by a huge feature in the DAILY MAIL, and interviews in the RADIO TIMES, the SUNDAY EXPRESS Magazine (interview with Trinny for 'In the Closet') EVENING STANDARD (big interview with Trinny on 4th Sept), ES Magazine's 'My London', the DAILYEXPRESS ('My Therapy' with Trinny), the DAILY MAIL ('Road not Taken' with Susannah), DAILY MIRROR (a big interview with Trinny and 'Hanging on the Telephone' with Susannah) SUNDAY MIRROR (Susannah & Trinny's fashion mistakes) THE SCOTSMAN, SUNDAY HERALD (GLASGOW), SUNDAY POST and WALES ON SUNDAY. CraigBrown has even satirised them in PRIVATE EYE! Tesco's website has also run areview and a competition to win signed copies. Trinny & Susannah have done very successful signings at WHSmith, Bluewater and signing/makeovers at Tesco in Manchester (26 Sept) Glasgow (17th Oct) and Newcastle (23rd Oct). Other bookshop events have included: WHSmith Brent Cross (14th Nov), Waterstone'sBentall Centre (21 Nov), Ottakars, Kings Lynn (28th Nov), and Borders OxfordStreet. The last few events are Books Etc, Canary Wharf and WHSmith Sloane Square (5th Dec) and Sainsbury's Cromwell Road (17th Dec). The girls went to LB