Restoration Man

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 14 - Longhurst Lodge

25 x
Theatre producer Vanessa Ford Robbins and her partner Nik Huddy renovate a tiny Victorian gatehouse nestled on the boundaries of a country estate in Surrey.

Season 2, Episode 13 - Telford Church

10 x
Architect George Clarke travels around Britain meeting people who are trying to restore historically and architecturally significant buildings, many are being converted into homes

Season 2, Episode 12 - Oast House

4 x
James and Lois Denning inherited a historic estate which has been in James' family for the last 234 years.

Season 2, Episode 11 - St John's Church Revisit

16 x
George Clarke catches up with Joanne McGirr and Phil Evans, who risked all to restore a Victorian Gothic church at the foot of the Pennines.

Season 2, Episode 10 - Ice House Revisit

5 x
George returns to a 19th-century Scottish ice house after two years to catch up with its owner, Laird Henderson. George previously helped to realise an ambitious glass extension.

Season 2, Episode 9 - Bath Lodge Revisit

9 x
George returns to Ormskirk to see how a family are doing living in their home: a former 18th-century folly that he restored after he found it on the "Buildings at Risk" register.

Season 2, Episode 8 - Chapel Revisit

3 x
Architect George Clarke goes back to visit Gareth Williams and his family in their restored Victorian welsh church.

Season 2, Episode 7 - Settle Water Tower

12 x
Mark Rand and his wife Pat are enthusiasts of the Settle-Carlisle railway line and it's their dream to own part of its history.

Season 2, Episode 6 - Medieval Hall

2 x
Architect George Clarke revisits Simon Hooper and his partner Victoria who bought a unique Grade I listed Medieval Hall just outside of Cardiff.

Season 2, Episode 5 - Towers Revisit

0 x
Two romantics set about restoring a Martello Tower in Kent and converting a medieval Scottish Tower. Architect George Clarke revisits these stubborn romantics.

Season 2, Episode 2 - Water Tower

46 x
Architect George Clarke goes on a historical mission and discovers how a stunning, cylindrical Grade II-listed water tower in Congleton, Cheshire, saved the lives of the people it overlooked.
Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1 - Bath Lodge

93 x
George meets builder Mark Horton who has for years harboured a dream to live in a unique house. With this in mind, he bought the 18th-century folly with plans to convert it himself into a luxurious family home.

Season 4, Episode 13 (Thrum Mill Second Revisit)

484 x
Architect George Clarke revisits an epic Restoration Man project - a 17th century water mill in a picturesque riverside setting in Northumberland.

Season 4, Episode 12 (Hms Owl Airfield Control Tower Revisit)

177 x
Architect George Clarke returns to see the finished restoration of a derelict World War II airfield control tower in Scotland.

Season 3, Episode 15 (Welsh School Revisit)

78 x
Ian and Jayne Hall Edwards bought a large derelict Victorian school in the valleys of West Wales with the hope of combining a family home and a new eco-building training business under one roof.

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

136 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)

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

Season 3, Episode 11 (Braxted School)

246 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)

371 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

49 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.