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George Clarke helps rescue neglected architectural treasures across Britain

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George Clarke helps rescue neglected architectural treasures across Britain

Series 2 Summary

George Clarke returns for a second series with a wide range of families and brand new restoration projects.

  • Episode 1 - Reeds Windmill, Kent

    George Clarke returns for a second series with a wide range of families and brand new restoration projects, starting with Pete and Nikki and a derelict windmill in Kent.

  • Episode 2 - Water Tower, Congleton, Cheshire

    George meets architect Andy and girlfriend Ana, who are trying to restore a listed water tower in Congleton, Cheshire into an uber-modern 21st century home. But at what personal cost?

  • Episode 3 - Church, Eden Valley

    Scientist Phil Evans and his wife Joanne take a huge financial gamble and buy a Grade II-listed, gothic revival, rural parish church in the Eden Valley, aiming to turn it into a dream home.

  • Episode 4 - Engine House, Oxfordshire

    George Clarke meets Tim and Emma Verdon, who want to convert an old Victorian brickworks in the heart of rural Oxfordshire into a home. But the house currently doesn't even have a roof.

  • Episode 5 - Towers revisit

    George revisits two stubborn romantics with their dreams of converting derelict military towers into unique homes, one in Kent, and the other in Scotland.

  • Episode 6 - Medieval Hall, Vale of Glamorgan revisit

    George Clarke revisits Simon Hooper and his partner Victoria in Cardiff to catch up on their dream of converting a Grade I listed medieval hall into a unique home.

  • Episode 7 - Water Tower, Settle

    Mark Rand and his wife Pat's dreams of converting a water tower on the Settle-Carlisle railway line faces a battle with the planners which threatens to de-rail the whole project.

  • Episode 8 - Chapel, Pembrokeshire revisit

    George revisits Gareth and his family in their restored Victorian Welsh chapel. Is church living all it's cracked up to be?

  • Episode 9 - Bathlodge, Ormskirk revisit

    Architect George Clarke revisits a couple whose dream of restoring a Victorian Gothic church at the foot of the Pennines was beset by bad weather and budget problems. How have they got on?

  • Episode 10 - Ice House, Scotland revisit

    Architect George Clarke returns to a remote 19th century Scottish Ice House after two years to catch up with owner Laird Henderson

  • Episode 11 - Gothic Church, Pennines revisit

    Architect George Clarke revisits a couple whose dream of restoring a Victorian Gothic church at the foot of the Pennines was beset by bad weather and budget problems. How have they got on?

  • Episode 12 - Oast House

    George meets James and Lois Denning, who are converting a stunning abandoned oast house on an historic estate which has been in James' family for the last 234 years

  • Episode 13 - Berneray Church, Outer Hebrides

    In the Outer Hebrides, Keith and Sheena are converting a church into a holiday home and artist's studio that makes the most of the rugged landscape. But can they keep the neighbours onside?

  • Episode 14 - Longhurst Lodge, Surrey

    It was love at first sight when theatre producer Vanessa and partner Nik saw Longhurst Lodge, a Victorian gate lodge on a country estate in Surrey. George Clarke is on hand for advice and support.

  • Episode 15 - Thrum

    Dave and Margaret Hedley are restoring an old watermill in the North East. But with floods and Margaret's life-threatening illness to contend with, will they ever call this watermill home?

  • Episode 16 - Pig Barn

    David and Judith Ward take up the challenge of restoring a dilapidated pig barn across the road from their daughter's farmhouse in order to be nearer to their grandchildren

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George Clarke helps rescue neglected architectural treasures across Britain

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