The Block's Dale Vine joins Shane Jacobson on new show

Dale Vine, left, with The Block team mate Brad Cranfield.
Dale Vine, left, with The Block team mate Brad Cranfield. Sid Russell

HE'S handy with the tools and quick with the quips, and now The Block's Dale Vine is embarking on a new TV project.

The 32-year-old landscaper will appear on Nine's new blokey show ManSpace.

Hosted by Shane Jacobson and radio presenter Dan Anstey, the series takes viewers into some of the country's most impressive man caves.

A favourite renovator amongst Block fans, Vine first starred in the 2012 Block series with his wife Sophie and then returned with mate Brad Cranfield in this year's Fans vs Faves series.

Vine told APN in March that he was open to appearing on more TV shows after finishing renovations on The Block: Fans vs Faves.

"It would be exciting if something popped up," he said.

"It would have to be something with a bit of humour in it I suppose. As long as it was something that entertains I'd be happy to be involved."

Also providing their insights into the male species on the show are comedian Des Dowling, former AFL stars Brett Stephens and Michael Gale and adventure man Murray Bingham.

Filmed in front of a live studio audience in Melbourne, ManSpace debuts on Monday May 26 at 7.30pm on GO!

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