A Victorian house in London's Crystal Palace, a charming chalet bungalow in Rackheath near Norwich and large end terrace house in Canterbury in Kent are sold at auction. Two are bought as investments, the other as a family home, and all three prove trickier to develop than first thought.
Restoration expert Jay Blades is at Walsall recycling centre on the lookout for three unwanted items to save and sell on. Upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith takes on the challenge of transforming some retro tulip chairs, while designer Rachel Henderson gets to work giving a new lease of life to some old fabric. For his own project, Jay gets creative with a bureau, but will he succeed in finding new homes for all his upcycled items?
Simon Reeve investigates the environmental challenges facing Cornwall.
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Finds include a huge Shakespearean-themed quilt and an 18th-century handwritten valentine.
Will the winner opt for the House of Games dressing gown or the must-have fondue set?
Rylan Clark-Neal dishes up more backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the world of Strictly. Another couple pays a visit to the studio for a chat. Costume designer Vicky Gill reveals what the couples will be wearing this weekend.
In this episode, Woody the St Bernard pup moves in with the Summerscale-Heards in Surrey. For the little pup, there are big hopes. Five-year-old Dexter has cerebral palsy, and his parents want Woody to become his companion and learn to carry out simple assistance tasks. In Hull, Mungo the cocker spaniel joins Alastair, Daron and their possessive older cocker spaniel Milo. Alastair and Daron are hoping Milo and Mungo will become best friends, but the two cockers clash from day one, and Alastair and Daron call on Louise to help. And first-time owners the Kothari family have been struggling to find a puppy after lockdown created a record interest in new pets. They have finally found a litter and are about to visit, but Louise has concerns and has armed them with advice on how to make sure they are buying from a reputable breeder.
Andrew Marr picks the new Elizabethans who shaped our society during the Queen's reign.
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back on recent events with guests Tom Allen, Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne and Rhys James.
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