In this episode Kevin McCloud follows the last of the self-build projects, as married couple Pauline and Godfrey plan to downsize from their family home and commission a modular, factory-built home. Once the building arrives on site, it takes just two weeks to be assembled and ready to move into. However, when a lack of finance threatens their plans, the couple are left technically homeless. Can they find a solution and witness their new property being craned into place, or will they see their dreams turn to dust?
Take an exclusive look at the magnificent medley of life in all its wonder within the gardens of Buckingham Palace. Step back through time as the gardens chronicle the rich history of the British royal family over 5 centuries.
A couple sacrifice their honeymoon to create a rooftop oasis for their inner-city apartment. Facing strata, weight and water restrictions, will they succeed in going from barren to blissful?
A documentary that investigates the birth and death of the electric car, as well as the role of renewable energy and sustainable living in the future.
In this episode, engineers Sean and Dianna plan to build an upside-down house. Having bedrooms on the ground floor means the first floor can be open plan, to make the very most of the view out across the fields. But Dianna is given an unexpected offer to work abroad which upsets their carefully laid plans. On Plot 10, Garrie, who has always dreamt of building his own home, is finally taking the opportunity. But the stakes are high as his wife Sue has a disability and is in deteriorating health. Their home is the largest on the street and packed with expensive technology, including an internal lift. But will the investment of time, energy and money improve Sue's quality of life, or will the stress and delays prove too much to bear?
Alex Prindiville and his engineers, Shane and Baruffo, get the call to make a luxury transporter capable of carrying supercars over any terrain.
Two ingenious engineers work on their biggest challenge yet - to create a Kahn inspired Jeep that's bigger and better than any that have gone before it.
Two ingenious engineers must modify a Mercedes G-Wagen for a high-profile mystery client by adding the ultimate security features.
Car builders Dan and Shane are challenged to design and build a motorbike that can seamlessly match the style and performance a 2 million pounds McLaren P1.
Two ingenious engineers must re-build the Bentley so it can take on the off-road trails of Scotland, fully equipped with everything the modern gentleman hunter will need for a weekend shoot in the highlands.
Shane and Dan are on a mission to make a drag racing Jaguar that can compliment one of the most celebrated aeroplanes of all time.
Former city dwellers Mark and Nicola Ruitenberg want an industrial-style garden. But can an inner-city trend, dominated by waste concrete, be transplanted to a sub-tropical sanctuary in the country?
Two ingenious engineers try to turn a standard Porsche Panamera into the ultimate eco-friendly, high performance executive super car.
On this episode, expert mechanics Shane and Dan need to try to convert an Audi R8 into a Gymkhana Grid contender.
Two ingenious engineers face what seems an impossible task set by pop star client Shane Lynch: take his refined, elegant, 1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, and turn it into a drift machine.
In this episode, 25-year-olds Chris and Roxie take a risk building their first home together using an untested flatpack construction system which sees 380 plywood boxes having to be bolted together. It proves repetitive work, especially painting the hundreds of wooden cladding units, and the stress and strain of the project threatens the young couples relationship. Meanwhile, Peter and Anita and their two teenagers live locally but have outgrown their current house. Father and son hope to bond while building a dream family home with space for all, but the process isn't all plain sailing.
In this episode, Paul and Blanka and their two children attempt to construct an eco-home on Plot 6 of the street. Paul, a human rights lawyer, puts his career on hold to build a sustainable home using natural, chemical-free materials. The ambitious plan is to build a three-bed ecological family home for no more than 160,000 pounds, including the price of the plot. However, the project ends up costing the family more than they bargained for, and not just financially.
The Mitzis want a garden to match their fabulous art deco home in Melbourne. But project managing the ambitious build themselves will take courage. Loved ones think they are crazy, can they prove their doubters wrong?
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