Architect George Clarke meets Jude McKelvey, who faces the enormous challenge of dividing up a 17th century barn's cavernous interior into rooms without destroying its priceless heritage.
Clive and Jane dream of living in a Grade II listed windmill in Anglesey. Derelict since the 1920s, the windmill is situated on an island with picturesque views and fierce winds. But the build comes to a halt as personal tragedy strikes.
Lisa and Darren dream of converting a coach house into a unique family home. Despite having no previous experience, Lisa plans to manage the entire project and build a kitchen from scratch. George Clarke is on hand to advise and support.
London couple Justin Hooper and Charlotte Seddon have a dramatic vision for a derelict World War II airfield control tower in the Scottish Highlands. Presented by George Clarke.
Jim and Bee Goody see a derelict village school in Essex as their golden ticket to escaping the suburbs and creating their dream home in the country.
Russell Edwards and Nadia Smith put everything they have into turning a derelict farmhouse in the Shropshire countryside into their family home. Although they have no previous restoration experience.
Jamie Brown has big ideas about turning a 15,000 sq ft historic WW2 RAF bunker into his new home. However the bunker totally encased in earth, with no natural light, and the back section submerged in water. Host George Clarke.
Recession hit builders, Ian and Jayne Hall Edwards, have bought a 5502.64 sq ft derelict Victorian School in the Welsh hills of Pencader with the aim to turn it into an eco-building training business and their family home.
Alan Appleby, a building surveyor, and his wife Dora have saved a Flint Mill which has massive structural damage. The couple are restoration experts, but they've never taken on a project as ambitious as this before.
British architect, George Clarke travels up and down the UK to new locations, new restorations and amazing stories of people who have gone to extraordinary lengths to build their dream homes, by restoring and rejuvenating some of Britain's most cherished but forgotten buildings.
Not fazed by the challenges of restoration, David and Judith Ward have bought a dilapidated pig barn and, with a loan from a friend, they start the process of transforming a ruin into their three bedroom dream home.
Four years ago Dave and Margaret Hedley came across a picture of an old watermill that had stood abandoned and uncared for the last 50 years and decided that they were going to be the ones to bring it back to life.
It was love at first sight when theatre producer Vanessa Ford Robbins and her partner Nik Huddy saw this unusual two up, two down Victorian gate lodge nestled on the boundaries of a country estate in Surrey.
Using inheritance from his late father, artist Keith McIntyre and his wife Sheena buy this Grade B listed Thomas Telford-designed church in the remote island of Berneray in the Outer Hebrides and set about restoring it.
George is on hand to assist with the epic restoration of a beautiful old agricultural building into a grand nine bedroom family home. There he uncovers the rich history of oast houses and hop growing in the county of Kent.
Architect George Clarke catches up with Joanne McGirr and Phil Evans, who risked all to restore a Victorian Gothic church at the foot of the Pennines.
Architect George Clarke returns to a remote 19th-century Scottish ice house after two years to catch up with its owner, Laird Henderson.
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