Building the Dream
George and Will visit a secret ski lodge disguised as a boulder, a tree house that looks like a giant acorn, and a mountain-top restaurant resembling a spaceship
George rediscovers some the most ingenious vehicle projects he's seen, including a helicopter, a camper van and the cockpit of a passenger jet
George reviews his global search for the world's most ingenious small-space builds, from Canada to Japan, Norway to New Zealand, and from minimalist glass cabins to an epic beach house
George and Will take their amphibious camper for a maiden voyage in Hastings. There's also a chill-out den, a sphere, and a revolutionary studio in Spain.
George travels to Yorkshire to meet Jasmine and Rupert, who plan to convert an old German fire truck into a cabin on wheels to take around Europe
George meets car nut Mark from Coventry, who's planning to build a camping trailer from an old Saab, and Busola who's making a mobile classroom out of a double-decker bus
The ingenious builds this time include a gin bar made from a rail wagon, a narrowboat conversion, and an epic cathedral near Madrid, hand built over 50 years by one man
In West Sussex young couple Becky and Joe plan to build their first home together: a tiny house on an old trailer, enabling them to live debt-free
A teenager in Lancashire turns a derelict narrow boat into a holiday home for the family. In Warwickshire, could a greasy burger van be the answer to a bride-to-be's prayers?
In Cornwall, Rebecca and Damian are trading in their house for an American trailer known as a Silver Streak. And in Torquay, George meets inspirational ex-cabbie Caroline.
George visits a cattle carriage made into a luxury holiday pad. There's a retro caravanette in east London and a picture-perfect home in southern Andalucía.