Structural movers must relocate a 1,200-ton church in Salem, Massachusetts, 90 metres to a new site where it will be redeveloped into a courthouse law library.
Every year the Balinese Community of NSW gets together to celebrate Galungan - a cultural and religious holiday that marks the beginning of the most important religious ceremony in Bali. Galungan occurs every 210 days and lasts for ten days. Sean Connolly joins the recently elected president of the community, Ode Srijaya and his wife Putu, for the festivities that involve preparation of a feast, weaving of banten (baskets upon which food offerings are presented) and an offering to the ancestors at a temporary outdoor shrine.
Oz and James are in Burton-on-Trent, and James is particularly excited at being reunited with his home brew. Oz sets to work making his own beer, which is based on an old Elizabethan recipe. The intrepid pair set out to taste some of the world's most extreme beers, and try their hands at being barmen for an evening at a pub in Stourbridge.
David and Greta Iredale are seasoned builders. They built their first house in 1956 and their second, nine years later. Having lived in it for 40 years, the timber house they designed themselves began to rot, so they decided to demolish it and replace it with a prefab. For their final house, they chose a solid, German built, precision engineered Huf Haus.
On her recent trip to Malaysia, Poh noticed that in Malaysia there's no differentiation between breakfast, lunch and dinner. This got Poh thinking about breakfasts around the world and wanting to find out more about breakfast traditions.
Featuring new ideas to allow pools to hibernate in peace; improve emergency exit ladders in underground mines; quickly and easily install new vineyard trellis posts.
Will visits influential cheese retailer Neal's Yard Dairy in London, where cheese champion Randolph Hodgson explains how English traditional farmhouse country cheese was saved from extinction.
Follows the fortunes of two teams as they attempt to relocate expensive mansions. Craig Coxe tries to dismantle a South Dakota property and rebuild it 800km away in Missouri, while Jeremy Nickels transfers a two-story house from Washington's Bainbridge Island via a busy shipping lane.
Stana and Micho Kolundzija are Serbians who moved to Australia on a whim over 40 years ago, raising their daughters in the Sydney suburb of Mascot. Sean Connolly joins them to celebrate Stana's 66th birthday.
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.
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