What The Neighbours Did
The new and exclusive series, What the Neighbours Did, follows householders who want to renovate their properties rather than relocate, but are lacking interior inspiration.
S01:E01 - Edinburgh
On today's programme Elaine and Graeme Kaney transform the disused basement in their Edinburgh townhouse into a light and airy kitchen, living and dining room
S01:E02 - Hale
Mark and Helen Welch extend their Edwardian semi in Hale to create space for their dream bespoke kitchen with open plan living and dining areas.
S01:E03 - Bramley
Susan and Chris Barker convert the damp cellar in their Victorian home in Leeds into a relaxing sitting room complete with its very own bar.
S01:E04 - Twickenam
Paul and Ruth Smith extend their two up two down Victorian terrace in Twickenham with a bright and airy loft conversion
S01:E05 - Alne
On today's programme James and Liz Sergant build a traditional country kitchen in their Georgian farmhouse in the Yorkshire village of Alne
S01:E06 - York
On today's programme Cerydwen Evans and Alison Bennett extend their 1930s semi in York to create a new open plan kitchen, living and dining area with bi-folding doors to the garden.
S01:E07 - Rainham
Claire and David Lynch in Rainham, Kent convert the loft in their 1960s family home to create a master bedroom and ensuite shower room
S01:E08 - St. Margarets
Tim and Verity Williams knock down most of the walls in their Victorian terrace in St Margaret's near Twickenham
S01:E09 - Newcastle
Roz and John Dougal pull down the ugly 1970s extension on their Newcastle end terrace and replace it with a new one built with Yorkshire stone
S01:E10 - Northenden
Cath Coogan and her partner Dale Huey dig down into the disused basement in their South Manchester Edwardian semi to create a family sitting room and guest bedroom.