Sarah Beeny's How to Sell Your Home
Three homes in the seaside town of Worthing get a ready-for-market makeover, including an industrial-inspired bedroom and a stylish lounge
Three sellers primp their properties. A chaotic home needs some order, a sparse house is made more appealing, while another is brought up to date.
Chris and Abbie must overhaul their garden; Maggie and Lee lighten up their lounge; and Paul and Gwyneth need to completely refit their mismatched bathroom.
Sheila and John need to bring the kitchen up to date, Lee and Emma have to makeover their garden that looks like a junk yard, and Rob and Lucy need to refit their neglected bathroom
Sisters Karen and Lynn give their neglected home some much-needed attention. Barrie's bachelor pad gets a feminine touch. And John and Margaret give their house a 1930s twist.
Amanda offers three sets of home sellers the chance to give their places a ready-to-market makeover. It's out with the clutter and chintz, and in with the chic.
Matt and Vicky must add some colour to their home. Roger and Kath need to sort their mismatched decor. And Jodi and Alex add a third bedroom.
Chris and Fiona have a problem with chintz, Joey and Lisa must ditch the beige decor, and Natalie and Oliver need to remove the lizards from their lounge
Amanda helps three property owners give their houses a ready-to-market makeover, as they bid to get an offer from young professionals Julian and Shelly
In North Wessex, Anne brings colour to her garden, Christine and John focus on their mismatched dining room, and Kathy and Steve bring grandeur to their lounge
In north Surrey, Emma and Jason need to turn their garden into a workspace, Dave and Mary bring an oriental theme to their new build, and Sharon and Sam update their bungalow
In West Sussex, Indie needs to create a lounge from scratch, while Richard must revamp his blokey home. And Rosemary and Clare try to bring brightness to their lounge and kitchen.
In Surrey, Nadia and Osman bring seventies vibrancy to their home, Vera adds boutique glamour to her bedroom and Blair and Tammi turn a dull office into a deluxe bedroom.
Peter and Jo declutter their cottage kitchen, Paul and Christina make their dining room family-friendly and Joanna works on the outside of her Victorian town house
Amanda lets three homeowners in Cardiff view each other's properties for inspiration, and gives them design tips, one week and £1000 to make the changes needed to attract a buyer
Three sellers giver their homes a makeover, including some amazing metalwork and a swimming pool refurb
Amanda helps three competing homeowners in Brighton and Hove get their homes ready for market with a view to tempting buyer Nina to make them an offer
Joe and Neneh seek to transform their pub-like kitchen, Sally and Bengi must do something with their dark and dingy living room, and Irene and Emma need to bring colour to their dining room
Three Norfolk homeowners make changes to impress buyers Matt and Katie, including turning an outside man-den into an impressive leisure room and making a living room less gaudy
Three competing homeowners seek inspiration as they hatch plans to make their homes more desirable to attract an offer from buyer Lilly
Three sellers have a week and £1k to fix some shabby bedrooms, a chilly house, and some out-of-date kitchens and bathrooms, as they try to tempt buyer Sophie.
Amanda helps three sellers in Ipswich get their homes ready for market, by warming-up a hallway, installing a dining room, or spray-painting a kitchen
Amanda helps three sellers in Derby get their homes ready for market, by toning down some lurid colours, ditching the chintz, or converting a second lounge into a bedroom
Amanda helps three sellers in London give their houses a stylish makeover. But can any of them do enough to get an offer from buyer Danny?
Amanda helps three Norwich sellers give their houses a ready-to-market makeover. But can any of them do enough to win an offer from Andrew and Vicki?
The necessary improvements this time include a bathroom refresh and a bungalow overhaul
In north-east London, three competing sellers have one week, £1000 and design ideas from Amanda to help upgrade their home in a bid to impress buyer Angela
Three homeowners in Wolverhampton refurb their places in just a week to try to attract an offer from buyer Gareth
Three home owners in Essex check out each other's places as they compete to attract a buyer
Amanda helps three rival sellers competing to win an offer from buyers Gemma and Rick
Alan and Shelley must turn their starkly empty 70s town house into a cosy home, and Pat and his daughter Emma turn a toilet into a family dining room
Hannah and Gordon's garden needs taming, Caroline and Jan must refresh their kitchen, and David and Wendy's semi needs some colour
Amanda is in Dorset helping three sellers to make their homes more desirable for potential buyer Paul. The sellers have one week and £1000 to make any necessary changes.
Amanda meets three sellers who have one week to improve their homes in a bid to clinch an offer from buyer Steve
Three homeowners in Sheffield have one week to turn their houses around as they try to win an offer from buyers Grant and Lindsey
Amanda is in South Yorkshire, helping three sellers give their homes a ready-for-market makeover that will hopefully tempt buyer Catherine to make a move
In Leeds, Michelle has just three weeks to find a family home to buy. Can Amanda's three sellers revamp their properties and tempt an offer out of her?
David and Alison need to brighten their interiors, Mary and Paul must add personality to the living room. And Wendy's bathroom needs an upgrade.
Mick and Katrina need to do something about their study, and Bobby needs to feminise his man pad. Rae's bedrooms need a boost. Will buyer Sharon be impressed?
Kathryn and Adrian's Victorian house needs more features. Maria could declutter her conservatory. And Mark should clear his kids' bedrooms.
Three rival sellers bid to win an offer from buyer Liz, with a week and £1000 to make their properties more desirable and sellable
Rahima and Ali need to take control of their cramped kitchen. Carrie Ann and George must add warmth to their forgotten conservatory. And Ruth and Megan address a lack of storage.
In Bristol, with £1k and a week to make changes, father and daughter Tom and Becca rip out their bathroom. Michelle reclaims her dining room. And Ian feminises his bedroom.
Mark is looking to buy his first home. Can Pat, Sue and Tony, or James and Helen tempt him into making an offer?
Sakander and Lia have rejected 40 houses. Can Amanda's three sellers do any better and attract an offer from these discerning buyers by tackling problem areas in their properties?
Pete turns one of his twoTV rooms into a diner. Neil concentrates on his spare bedroom and backyard. Mary and Jeff must drastically improve both their kitchen and bathroom.
Ben and Josie go skip foraging, and take out a wall to add flow to their kitchen diner, hoping to attract an offer from buyer Simon
Rival sellers battle to win an offer from first-time buyer Helen. Jean and Max need to sort their garden and Nina and Fred seek calm in the lounge.
In Redditch, Jackie and Sarah update their kitchen. Angela and Nick must ditch the dark furniture. And Jane has to redeem the ground floor of her modern townhouse.
Three rival sellers in Newport have £1000 and a week to make improvements as they compete to win an offer from buyer Amy, who's on the hunt for a family home
Three rival sellers have one week and £1000 to take on Amanda Lamb's design ideas in a bid to clinch an offer from buyer Michelle
Jo needs to tone down the bold colours. Brian and Ann Marie need to reclaim their abandoned annex and garden. And Cheryl needs to brighten up her bland town house with the help of tarot reader Lisa.
Jo and Ruby prove a little money can go a long way when they knock their attic through for under a grand. And Debbie and Paul and Sue and Jo spruce up crux parts of their home.
Kerry Anne and Anthony add glamour to their 30s home; Mark and Fran bring some warmth to their minimal terrace; and Karin and John clear the cat clutter. But will Ellery and Christian make an offer?
In Formby, Lancashire, three vendors compete to secure an offer from buyers Leon and Nancy, by updating and modifying the interiors of their homes
Three homeowners compete for buyer Rowan's favour. Lee needs to transform his garden, Gwen and David need to update their décor. And will Mary allow Mike to decorate with wallpaper?
Michelle and Jim fall in love with some wallpaper but it could do with some toning down, whilst Karen has roped in her friend Paula to renovate her forgotten garden at the side of the house
In Royton, near Oldham. Jackie needs to tone down her house of many colours while Dorothy and Philippa actually need to inject some colour and personality into theirs
Amanda Lamb helps three homeowners in Northampton to improve the saleability of their properties in the hope of impressing buyer Mike
Jan's rental flat needs freshening up and Alan and Valerie need to modernise if they hope to interest buyers Maria and Terry. And will Hitesh and Alpa add some much needed colour to their property?
Claire Michalski needs to finish renovating her home; Claire Gadsby needs to declutter and revamp; and Dave and his daughter Lauren must add colour and life to their home
Three homeowners compete to win an offer from housebuyer Panna. Gurpal and Kiran need to inject some colour. Sheetal needs to put some homely touches back. Belinda and Spencer need to make changes.
In Milton Keynes, Amanda helps three homeowners prep their properties for a possible buyer. Gerald's home needs some homely touches, while Jill and Lorraine must tackle their bathroom.
Three homeowners look to tempt buyers Jo and Nick. Stuart and Liesl need to update their dated hallway. Fran wants to revamp her red dining room. And will Stephanie and Luke add colour to their house?
Andy needs to add warmth to his bachelor pad. Chris's colourful house could do with some toning down. Will Sonul and Avi rip out their mammoth wardrobes? And which property will Sandeep prefer?
Mary has a budget of £400,000, but whose home will she make an offer on? Carly and Chris's bland new build, Carol and Rob's house or Pam and Tony's quirky home?
Three competing homeowners go head-to-head in the hope of selling their houses. Will Mike and Bethan agree to move the rabbits that live in one of their bedrooms?
Phil and Irene need to unify their nautical house, John and Lynne need to add some colour and Tracey and James paint over some dark colours. But whose house will buyers Julia and Clive prefer?
Can Ian and his fiancée Janice transform Ian's bachelor pad into a modern, relaxing place? Meanwhile, Carol and her daughter Caroline try to update her detached cottage.
Joe and Izabella need to make more of their annexe. Nicola and Duncan must work on the kerb appeal of their property. And can Mary turn her dated Victorian cottage into the dream chocolate box?
In Sevenoaks, Kent, three competing vendors snoop around each other's homes before tempting Rebecca to buy from them. Will a week and £1000's worth of makeovers snag the sale?
Amanda helps three homeowners in Wokingham. Can Raj and Maria fix their decking? Margaret's red and white interior could do with some TLC. And can Bob and Geraldine update their home?
Homeowners in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, compete to sell to first-time buyers Laurence and Sheridan. Neil has an electrical substation in his garden... which could put people off.
Maureen needs to update her swimming pool that right now is an eyesore. Alison and Nathan have a garden room that could make a great office. And Len and Pauline's regal sitting room needs a makover.
Amanda Lamb gives three homeowners, all eager to sell, one week and £1000 to improve their homes before potential buyers Marianne and Anish view. Will they be impressed enough to buy?
In Sutton, Mike doesn't want to let go of his quite personal décor; Emma's home is let down by its poor kerb appeal; and Darren and Tracey's home only has two bedrooms. Which will buyer Leigh choose?