Oz and James head for Scotland where they encounter Rachel Barrie, a self-styled high priestess of whisky, who insists that they don blindfolds for a bizarre tasting in order to fully appreciate the complexity of Scotland's national drink. In Edinburgh, the pair bumps into some radical brewers whose unusual beer and provocative marketing has gotten them into a lot of trouble.
John and Terri Westlake never intended to self-build. They were looking to buy a house near Peterborough, in the county of Cambridgeshire, when they came across a tumbledown cottage backing onto woodland, with great views across open countryside.
Featuring new ideas to help amateur guitar players imitate the masters, help electricians to wire buildings in half the usual time and light up the lives of the world's poorest people.
This week, a former heart surgeon entrusts his custom-built yacht, the Star Sapphire, to a team of maritime movers. But with 22 boats to transport, can the Yacht Express make it across the Atlantic without damaging its precious cargo?
It's St George's Day and George Gavalas is celebrating his name day with family and friends, Greek style. George and his wife Angela are part of an extended family of Greek Australians. Their parents are from Kalimnos and Lesbos - two very different islands in the Agean Sea - and the dishes prepared for the occasion will reflect their respective backgrounds.
Oz and James head for Scotland where they encounter Rachel Barrie, a self-styled high priestess of whisky, who insists that they don blindfolds for a bizarre tasting in order to fully appreciate the complexity of Scotland's national drink.
Artists David Westby and Leonie (Leo) Whitton bought a derelict olive farm in Puglia, a beautiful region of south-eastern Italy, otherwise known as the 'boot' of Italy. With a meagre budget, David and Leonie planned to transform the property to include a Roman-styled house for themselves and guest accommodation for visiting artists.
Featuring new ideas to assist farmers in checking the grain level when they are filling a silo; give your pot plants a new lease of life; and save homes from sinking.
From the initial 12 students vying for a six month placement with Philippe Starck, it has now come down to two - don’t miss tonight’s final episode of Design For Life. After spending the last couple of months thinking, stressing, striving and working, 27-year-old Ilsa and 23-year-old Mike are now only a few weeks away from finding out which one of them will win the placement.
In Quebec, Canada, a crew attempts to relocate over 170 homes sitting on top of eight billion dollars worth of gold. They must work fast to relocate the town of Malartic so that miners can reach the precious reserves while the price of gold remains high. In Raleigh North Carolina, a second team attempts to move a suburb of colossal historic mansions across the bustling city to rescue them from demolition.
Comedienne Victoria Wood's tracing of the Victorian influence in the spread of the British Empire takes her across the world where she visits New Zealand's Bay of Islands. There she meets straight-talking Maori, Hone, who describes the "treacherous" Treaty of Waitangi of 1841 in which the British tricked the Maoris into giving them sovereignty over their land.
Sean Connolly meets Graciela Yoia at the flamenco dance school she has been running for 27 years with her husband Ricardo. The school has become not only a family business, but a community hub through which they have formed many close friendships. Every Sunday the Yoia family invite their friends around for a famous Argentinean barbeque known as an ASADO - combining the two great Argentinean loves: dance and meat. It's a colourful occasion that Sean will never forget.
Oz Clarke and James May travel to Wigan, home to probably the smallest commercial brewery in the world, run by Patsy Slevin out of her mother-in-law's garage. Oz gets down to the dirty business of beer making, while James concentrates on what he does best: beer drinking. The thirsty pair also visits the famous home of Newcastle Brown Ale. Surrounded by so much beer, James is inspired to create his own brewery, and challenges Oz to a home brewing competition - in their tiny caravan.
When Monty Ravenscroft and Clare Loewe began looking for a house to buy in London they soon realised that the only affordable option was to build one themselves. They found a very cheap block of land in Peckham and bought it at auction, only to be told it was too small to put a house on. Undeterred, engineering-whiz Monty began building an experimental bungalow that filled the site from boundary to boundary.
Will samples raclette and learns how it's made. He also visits the town of Gruyere to look at the origins of a gruyere cheese. Then it's time to meet the king of Swiss cheese and find out how it gets its holes.
This week Poh moves out of her kitchen and heads off overseas - to Malaysia, the country where she was born. She is on a three-week trip to find out more about her heritage and about the traditional dishes that come from Malaysia.
Featuring new ideas to lessen the pressure of lifelong trailer commitment; quickly and easily detect dangerous bacteria; uphold hygiene standards in the poultry industry.
With only four students left after last week's brutal elimination round, renowned international designer Philippe Starck's search for a new British protege moves to the next level.
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