A running feature which appeared this time, at the end of each afternoon, was The Credits. This was simply a paper till-roll with various credits written on in marker, which would be pulled across the screen by Andy!

For BCC fan Craig Simmons, an Aussie/Polish co-production about a scientifically minded teen, transported to a parallel world where science is used as a weapon to oppress a medieval world in Spellbinder! – Calum

Update January 2018: How do you feel about plastic and steel? If you’re in a hurry, Rubbermaid sells a deluxe tool tower garage storage unit for about $40: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0009J5NRW

The Libman weighs about a third of a pound more than our pick, with more weight in the head, so it feels top-heavy in comparison. One of our panel members loved it, saying “I feel like the weight of the broom is assisting, like the broom is doing some of the work for me.” But most panel members didn’t like the Libman’s heavy head and bristles; they preferred the lighter, more evenly distributed Casabella.

After that, we applied the criteria to narrow the hundreds of sweeping products into the three dozen we called in for testing, which we’ve outlined below. After using the tools at home for six months, and getting more opinions from friends and Wirecutter colleagues, we’ve gotten more intimate with brooms than you’d think was possible. Now I can identify the make and model of any broom I see on the street or TV—a new talent I hope to never lose.

Includes many large Straight Hooks and two styles of Rubber Padded Bicycle Hook. I have more 8 and 12 Straight Hooks, and Rubber Padded Bicycle Hooks, available in a separate ad. Two styles of Rubbe…

This cabinet allows you to organize your brooms, mops, small hand tools, manuals, and personal items. This cabinet has all the heavy duty capacity that you could possibly want. 400 lbs per drawer and 1900 lbs per shelf. Now you have a cabinet that will last a lifetime this cabinet has 3 broom hangers on the left side so you can hang those brooms or mops or other long handle items. Pegboard on the doors to hang the small hand tools or other small items on the doors. And of course our heavy duty…

One of the last acts of the former Communities Secretary before the election was to publish Nationally Described Space Standards which set minimum specifications for new homes throughout England. It was in effect a ban on broom cupboards. The smallest flat for which local authorities should give planning permission is set at 39 square metres (363 square feet) if the property has a bath, or 37 square metres (345 square feet) if it has a shower. These measurements are derived from standards originally proposed for London by Mayor Ken Livingstone, then adopted by Boris Johnson.

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This weekend my husband and I made these with a few modifications.  We already had a 2×4 mounted to the wall for mounting clothesline hooks, so we notched the boards to accommodate it which actually made for a handy rail for mounting.  Then we notched the bottom of the boards to make securing them easier.  Making 4 of them and spacing them 18 apart gave us more flexibility as far as the variety of tools we’re able to hang.

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Two of the casters lock to keep the unit in place. The base of the tower has a grid pattern to keep tools from sliding off. Manufacturer: Rubbermaid. Easy to assemble with no tools needed. 100% Multi.

EDIT May 25, 2017: I have to drop this review to three stars because there is a serious flaw to this product. When you attach a wider handle to this organizer, it permanently changes the shape or resistance of the rubber. I removed a telescoping pole which I had attached to this organizer and tried to attach a smaller broom and the broom slipped out because the rubber grips did not want to grip it as they had been stretched by the telescoping pole. So now, this organizer has become somewhat of a proprietary organizer for the products I have attached to it. I have the seven and nine tool models and I had to throw the smaller one out because I could not use it anymore.

The $18 O-Cedar Angler Angle Broom with Dust Pan is the best at sweeping cramped corners because of its sharp angle. It’s an effective sweeper and has the best bundled dustpan we tested. But its sharp angle and long, soft bristles fling piles of dust, so our panel eliminated it.

I went to Amazon for the broom and noticed it says “Usually ships within 2 to 5 months.” I don’t think most people are going to want to wait that long. If you order through Casabella that includes a shipping charge unless you tack on $25 worth of merchandise. It kind of makes for a really expensive $10 broom.

As you partake in the offerings and wonder just where you are, enjoy the classic blues music playing. Note the five-panel painting, our artist Andy Eccleshall’s tribute to the late Jim Boyer, who was a longtime Portland musician and member of a McMenamins’ favorite, the Freak Mountain Ramblers. Boyer is depicted in the center, and his lyrics are woven through the panels, to live on.

Our pick is well-designed, great at sweeping, and comfortable to use. (It’s pretty cute too, not that anyone is buying a broom for its dashing good looks.) On top of all that, it’s the least expensive broom we tested—only $10, and that’s cheaper even than the other brooms that also lacked a dustpan. Our survey found that most people are willing to pay up to $20 for a great broom. The Casabella costs only half that, and it’s the best of the bunch.

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Hang baskets on the backs of doors for gardening gloves and smaller tools. Long-handled tools are best stored on a wall-mounted tool hanger. Use magnetic bars to quickly hang and organise metal gardening tools, or use pegboard to customise storage and change on the fly. Install overhead storage racks or pulley systems on the ceiling to haul things out of the way.

Even a great broom needs a dust mop to help finish the job, and the $19 O-Cedar Dual-Action Microfiber Flip Mop is the best we tested. It held more dirt than any other dust mop in our test, by picking up the most debris—this was the only one that could grab a full tablespoon of flour—and by cleaning the most surface area before requiring a wash. Its large, double-sided head is big enough to work quickly, yet nimble enough to get dust from corners, with a 17.5- by 5.5-inch footprint that cleans as much area as six Swiffer sheets (and more effectively, too) between each wash. The chenille microfiber surface is the ideal blend of dust mop materials, and it’s held up well over months of cleaning and laundering. After about 100 washings, the head will need replacement, and the O-Cedar’s $7 to $10 refills are cheaper and better than the competition.