Architect George Clarke travels around the UK to help people from all walks of life transform some of Britain’s neglected historic buildings into unique homes.
George Clark helps Pete and Nikki Fagg who dream of restoring and extending a derelict windmill which has been owned by Pete's family for over 100 years.
Andy dreams of converting a cylindrical Grade II listed water tower into a modern home for his girlfriend. George Clark looks into the building's history.
Phil and Joanne Evans bought an abandoned, Grade II-listed parish church in the Eden Valley. Can George Clark help them restore it into their dream hall?
In rural Oxfordshire, Tim, Emma and their three children have a vision to restore a derelict Victorian monument and convert it into their dream home.
In Kent, Sarah dreams of converting a Martello tower into a unique home. Plus, George visits ex-army man Barrie who became custodian of a Scottish castle tower in 2005.
George Clarke revisits Simon and his partner Victoria in Cardiff. The couple dream of converting a Grade I-listed medieval hall into a unique home.
It's been Mark Rand and his wife Pat's dream to own part of the Settle-Carlisle railway line's history, which is why they bought the Victorian Settle station!
Four years ago, Gareth Williams bought a derelict church and to save money, did all the restoration work himself. George investigates the building's history.
Mark Horton had a disastrous experience restoring an 18th-century building. Two years later, George pays him and his family a visit, but has the dust settled?
George returns to Crinan Ferry to visit Laird Henderson, who against all the odds, created a 19th century icehouse. How is life for Laird two years on?
Architect George Clarke travels around the UK to help people from all walks of life transform some of Britain's neglected historic buildings into unique homes.
A couple wants to convert tiny building that's challenging to live in. Committed to completing the job themselves, will the stress become too hard to handle?
In Northumberland, a couple dream of converting a historical watermill back to its former glory. George investigates the history that led to its construction.
In Nottinghamshire, a preacher and his wife are trying to renovate a heavily dilapidated pig barn. It's falling apart but is just next door to their daughter and grandchildren.