George Clarke's Amazing Spaces

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Season 7
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George meets an old friend in Norfolk who sees the potential in the most unpromising of spaces - an old sewage works.
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We begin with a trip to the canals, as George travels to Dudley, where eccentric carpenter Sam is switching his life as a tenant for freedom on the water with a narrow-boat he bought for 5000 pounds.
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George Clarke takes on a 600 year old piece of Welsh folklore that claims if you can build a house with four walls, a roof and have a fire burning within a day, then that house and land is yours. (Final)
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John, a tailor from London dreams of creating his own office space in the garden so he can spend more time closer to home, after the arrival of a newborn baby.
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Whilst renovating their garage, Steve and Marie never dreamt that they would find a World War Two bunker hidden underneath their garden. They decide to revolutionise the damp and dark space into a home office.
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Down on the sunny coast of Cornwall, world-class, adaptive surfer Peg Leg wants to do a very unique extension - to his VW campervan home.
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Parents across the country are finding it increasingly difficult to prise their children away from their mobile devices but Dai Saunders has a plan. He's designed a spectacular crafting workshop for the end of his garden.
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Many people dream of living a life on the road. And that's exactly what Ellie has done. Having ditched London, she bought herself a 1970s double-decker bus, her heart set on turning it into a luxury mobile home.
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In a series that proves taking the big risks can mean big rewards, George meets airline enthusiast Vince, who bought a cockpit from a passenger jet for a bargain of 750 pounds.
Season 4
48:00
George meets a teacher converting an old horse box into a holiday trailer and Britain's only female ice sculptor who's been tasked with furnishing the inside of a new ice bar in Liverpool with an enchanted forest theme.
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George goes to Scotland to meet up with a farmer creating a flat pack, live in, caravan-shaped treehouse and visits a Macclesfield first-time builder hoping an old shed can be transformed into a Dr Who-inspired play-den.
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George meets a couple converting four porta-cabins into their dream home and a teacher transforming her garden into a holiday getaway. In Italy, George discovers a prefab house made of timber and triple glazing with a view.
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George meets a restoration enthusiast who plans to turn a derelict 1866 Victorian railway signal box into a garden summerhouse and a wood carver transforming a 1984 VW campervan into a unique mobile home.
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George meets newlyweds who invested their savings into a 1950s former luxury yacht and a farmer who wants to build a Scottish Highland bothy. George's Italian road trip continues and the wilderness lodge starts taking shape.
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The trip across Italy continues with what might be the coolest fire station in the world. George meets a former paralympian transforming an old air ambulance and Will meets DIY enthusiasts building a summer house for free.
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George meets the man trying to build the first UFO-styled prefabricated Futuro House and a woman attempting to build a garden room using techniques hundreds of years old. George's Italian road trip continues.
Season 3
48:00
George meets a cheese salesman transforming a horse trailer into a cheese stall, and a man hoping to set a world record for the smallest campervan. Finally, George's garden build is revealed. (Final)
Season 4
48:00
The series celebrating ingenious small space builds returns. George meets a couple who bought the wreck of a private jet and a gypsy tattoo artist who hopes to turn an old railway carriage into a home.
Season 3
49:00
George meets two brothers with a fire damaged boat that they hope to transform into a luxury bachelor pad, as well as a couple converting an old campervan and caravan into a mobile, vintage, cream tea business.
57:00
George meets a couple spending 40,000 pounds renovating a split screen van, and a man who makes luxury glamping pods which are accessible to everyone. In Texas, a mother of three has hand built her family home from mud.
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