The Restoration Man
Architect George Clarke helps anxious homeowners restore and convert neglected historical properties into totally unique dream homes.
S02:E01 - Reeds Windmill, Canterbury , Kent
Pete and Nikki Fagg move into a Kent windmill with George's help.
S02:E02 - Water Tower, Congleton, Cheshire
George looks at a water tower that architect Andy Crithlow wants to convert to a modern home.
S02:E03 - Church, Gamblesby Cumbria
Phil Evans and his wife Joanne are restoring a rural parish church as a family home.
S02:E04 - The Engine House Brickworks, Uffington, Oxfordshire.
Tim and Emma Verdon are restoring a derelict Victorian brickworks as a family home.
S02:E05 - Towers Revisit
Architect George Clarke revisits Sarah McCombie and Barrie Taylor.
S02:E06 - Medieval Hall, Vale of Glamorgan Revisit
Architect George Clarke revisits Simon Hooper and his partner Victoria in Cardiff.
S02:E07 - Settle Water Tower
Architect George Clarke visits Mark and Pat, owners of a water tower in Settle.
S02:E08 - Chapel Revisit
Architect George Clarke revisits Gareth Williams and his converted Pembrokeshire chapel.
S02:E09 - Bath Lodge Revisit
Architect George Clarke revisits Mark Horton's 18th-century folly in Ormskirk.
S02:E10 - Ice House Revisit
Architect George Clarke revisits Laird Henderson's Scottish Ice House.
S02:E11 - St John’s Church Revisit
Architect George Clarke revisits Joanne and Phil's Pennine church.
S02:E12 - Oast House, Kent
George Clarke meets a couple who want to convert an abandoned oast house.
S02:E13 - Telford Church, Berneray, Outer Hebrides
Keith McIntyre and his wife Sheena plan to convert house in the Outer Hebrides into a holiday home.
S02:E14 - Longhurst Lodge
Nik and Vanessa want more living space in Longhurst Lodge, on a country estate in Surrey.
S02:E15 - Thrum Mill, Northumberland
Dave and Margaret want to install a hydro-electric power plant at an old watermill.
S02:E16 - Pig Barn, Nottinhamshire
David and Judith Ward are looking to downsize their living arrangements.