2 Series, 50 Episodes
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien head to the Midlands. Henry's rather taken with a throne from an exotic nightclub and Simon's restoration of a Victorian doll's house doesn't go to plan.
Henry and Simon are close to the Malvern Hills. Henry picks two saddles and converts them into bar stools, while Simon makes a profit on a 1960s kitchen cupboard.
In Leeds and Preston, Henry Cole makes an international set of clocks out of dashboard time pieces, while Simon O'Brien builds an eccentric chandelier from car headlights
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien are in Cheshire and the Wirral restoring a 1920s dance hall lighting system, an antique butter churn, a huge theatre light and an old enamel advertising sign
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien realise profit potential in some church organ pipes and old leather sports car seats
Max restores a pair of iconic designer chairs, while Henry restores a decrepit garden table into a colourful and valuable new one
Henry and Simon head to a private railway. Simon converts a lantern to a stylish table, while Henry converts a fire extinguisher into a steampunk lamp
In this episode, Henry finds a treat for restorer Guy, and Simon creates stunning table lamps from old theatre lights
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien head to Newark. Simon finds an antique European threshing board, which he turns into a coffee table and Henry's all at sea with a ship's porthole.
Max McMurdo and Henry Cole visit a motorbike fan. Henry makes table lamps from motorbike engines, while Max turns a pallet and iron wheels into a stylish modern coffee table.
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien find, fix and flog unwanted possessions. Henry and Simon realise profit potential in an old crop sprayer, a cast iron fire guard and old wooden workshop clamps.
Henry and Simon visit Sir Benjamin Slade as they search for more upcycling prospects. Simon converts a picture frame into a flat screen TV surround. Henry turns a quick profit on a tractor.
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien find, fix and flog unwanted possessions. At the fairground, the boys pick up a bicycle made for two, a ship's search lamp and a lambing chair.
Henry Cole and Max McMurdo restore and upcycle 2CV headlamps, a child's rocking horse, a Victorian streetlamp and a high chair
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien find, fix and flog unwanted possessions. Today's restorations include an old cheese press. And a 1980s motorbike almost gets the better of Henry and Guy.
In this episode, Max McMurdo upcycles a brass propeller into a stylish table lamp, while Henry Cole goes all Victorian with an old pond yacht
In this episode Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien are in Wales picking up and restoring a dentist's table, a barber's chair and they make a coffee table out of parquet flooring
In this episode, Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien turn an old, unloved filing cabinet into a valuable and desirable storage unit and convert a Bakelite voltmeter into a retro Bluetooth speaker
Simon O'Brien finds some night vision goggles and an antique snooker table that's seen better days, while Henry Cole chooses an enormous US army truck as one of his picks
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien are in Northamptonshire and Coventry, where Henry discovers a very rare limited edition Goldwing motorbike with only 65 miles on the clock
Henry Cole and new presenter Max McMurdo travel the length of Britain seeking items to fix up and flog. In Wales, picks include an oil dispenser, a chaise longue and a catamaran.
In this episode Henry Cole calls in a safe-cracker to bring a safe back from the scrapheap, and a ship's wheel is left in splinters when Henry falls out with restorer Guy
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien are in the Cotswolds competing to see who can create the most profit on two old lamps, and they take a spin in a Devonshire fire engine
In this episode Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien go military: Simon converts tank parts to garden furniture while Henry takes his life in his hands with a motorised skateboard.
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien are back, with new presenter Max McMurdo, seeking items to fix up and flog on. In this episode, a pair of battlefield telephones and some Gothic church windows.