The Repair Shop

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Season 2
Resident ceramic expert Kirsten Ramsay takes on a Majolica vase that has met with several accidents - a lid broken into several pieces, damage from a falling painting, and a decorative cherub who has been decapitated.
Season 3
Ceramic conservator Kirsten Ramsay carefully restores a chipped piece of 1960's pottery. Furniture restorer Will Kirk takes on an army officer's military campaign chest that has literally been through the wars. (Final)
Season 2
Resident clock expert Steven Fletcher and woodwork specialist Will Kirk work together repairing a broken barometer clock. Bicycle expert Erik Van Bommel and metal worker Dominic Chinea grapple a classic child's tricycle.
Season 3
Ceramics conservator Kirsten Ramsay takes on a very rare Royal Doulton figurine of a First World War soldier. Resident horologist Steven Fletcher and furniture restorer Will Kirk piece back together a small long case clock.
Leather expert Suzie Fletcher and upholsterer Sonnaz Nooranvary, restore a badly damaged suspended chair from the 1960's. Blacksmith conservator Matthew Boultwood rescues a 30 kilo cast iron statue of the Roman God Hercules.
Furniture restorer William Kirk takes on a cherished family rocking horse that is in desperate need of some TLC. Ceramics conservator Kirsten Ramsay works wonders on a Royal Doulton plaque.
Resident clock expert Steven Fletcher and ceramics conservator Kirsten Ramsay toil on a fragile 19th Century Clock. Saddle maker Suzie Fletcher rises to the challenge to have a WW2 pilot's bomber jacket restored.
Resident clock expert Steven Fletcher works on a statue of a barmaid holding a swinging pendulum clock dial. Silversmith Brenton West is tasked with restoring a precious hand mirror.
Season 2
Soft toy restorers Amanda Middleditch and Julie Tatchell take two well-worn teddy bears under their wing. Meanwhile, metal expert Dominic Chinea works his magic restoring a rusting old Victorian lamp.
Season 3
Art conservator Lucia Scalisi repairs a much loved landscape that's been left hanging together by a few threads of canvas after a mishap. Clockwork expert Steve Fletcher gets a treasured clockwork toy car back on the road.
Resident clock expert Steve Fletcher restores an 18th century wall clock that is a much loved heirloom from the owners' grandfather. Caner Rachael South restores a wicker cradle that has been in use for generations.
Soft toy restorers Amanda Middleditch and Julie Tatchell work their magic on an old teddy called Fred. Furniture restorer Will Kirk and upholsterer Sonnaz Nooranvary come together to transform a family's piano stool.
Season 2
Gramophone expert Tim Weeks tackles a portable Peter Pan gramophone that has seen better days. Upholsterer Sonnaz Nooranvary and carpenter William Kirk team up to mend a child's rocking chair.
Season 3
Resident horologist Steve Fletcher and ceramics restorer Kirsten Ramsay fix an art deco lamp in the shape of a lady. Furniture restorer Will Kirk uncovers some hidden secrets from a treasured wooden Sea captain's chest.
Season 2
Resident clockmaker Steve tackles an intricate Boulle-work clock that hasn't ticked for over 15 years. Soft toy restorers Julie and Amanda take on a jumbo-sized project in the shape of a much-loved, wheeled elephant.
Musical box expert Stephen Kember and furniture restorer Will Kirk join forces to tackle a very special music box damaged by a bomb during the Blitz, unfortunately the box's owners were killed by the blast.
Resident clock restorer Steve Fletcher restores a German-made toy steam roller from the 1930's. After not being used for around 40 years, it needs a full check-up to get it up and running again.
Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life. Resident antique photography expert Brenton West brings his expertise to a camera that survived the First World War.
Season 1
Furniture restorer Will is entrusted with a pair of rowing oars that could have a hidden past. And a pinball machine that has been used as a kitchen worktop finds its way to Geoff for some love and attention. (Final)
A customer has a knotty nautical problem that leaves furniture restorer Will all at sea. Jay and Tim face the music to a get a vintage gramophone looking and sounding like new.