Restoration Man

August 2017

Season 4, Episode 11 (Fisherman's Church Revisit)

3.0 4 x
A year and a half after Neil Worrell and Jackie Robinson moved into the old Fisherman's Church in Brixham, Architect George Clarke returns to Devon to see how the restoration changed their lives beyond recognition.

Season 4, Episode 5 (Cold Ash Pumping Station)

3.0 6 x
George Clarke returns to Harrogate to see how Carol and Majid Nadry have finished converting their brick water tower into their dream home.
July 2017

Season 3, Episode 11 (Braxted School)

3.0 4 x
Jim and Bee Goody see a derelict village school in Essex as their golden ticket to escaping the suburbs and creating their dream home in the country. Presented by George Clarke.

Season 3, Episode 10 (Foxholes Farm)

3.0 10 x
Russell Edwards and Nadia Smith put everything they have into turning a derelict farmhouse in the Shropshire countryside into their family home. Although they have no previous restoration experience. Host: George Clarke

Season 3, Episode 9

4.0 5 x
Architect George Clarke goes to North Yorkshire to meet a retired policeman and his wife, train enthusiasts who took on the challenging restoration of a railway water tower at Settle station.

Season 3, Episode 7

3.0 12 x
George Clarke revisits Keith and Sheena McIntyre who struggled through terrible weather conditions, and a challenge to integrate with the local community, in order to restore a stunning but isolated Telford Church.

Season 3, Episode 6 (Raf Bunker)

4.0 19 x
Jamie Brown has big ideas about turning a 15,000 sq ft historic WW2 RAF bunker into his new home. However the bunker totally encased in earth, with no natural light, and the back section submerged in water. Host George Clarke

Season 3, Episode 12 (Airfield Tower (hms Owl))

3.0 9 x
London couple Justin Hooper & Charlotte Seddon have a dramatic vision for a derelict World War II airfield control tower in the Scottish Highlands. Presented by George Clarke.

Season 3, Episode 8

3.0 1 x
George Clarke returns to Thrum Mill to meet Dave and Margaret Heldey, who have battled through flooding and serious illness to restore one of Northumberland's most stunning but abandoned water mills.


3.0 14 x
Marco and Kath Walker with their 2 young children in tow have bought a pair of grade II listed 17th and 18th century tumbling down barns from their local farmer. They are complete restoration novices.