George Clarke's Council House Scandal
George meets a couple turning an old army truck into a mobile holiday home and visits a luxury treehouse in Dorset with a sauna, spiral staircase and even a slide
George meets Sam, a man with spinal muscular atrophy who is designing an accessible mobile home. And work continues on his rotating house project.
George meets Tabitha, who's building a new mobile juice bar out of a horsebox after her last one was stolen. And in New Zealand he visits Waiheke to see a modernist tent.
George meets Ali and Rich, who hope to salvage one of the rarest caravans made. And in Devon, Nick wants to build a garden studio for his mother-in-law out of a dog house.
George meets a teacher building a classroom in a salvaged jet and a Devon couple turning a cricket scorebox into a garden hang out. There's also a steel treehouse in New Zealand.
In Lincolnshire, a couple are adding a dance floor to a rare campervan, while a small Stirlingshire business converts a Sea King helicopter into luxury overnight accommodation
George meets a Dorset couple building a room with great views over Chesil Beach. There's also a doggie campervan, and a remote lodge made almost entirely of glass in New Zealand.
George meets a Cornish couple turning the country's most expensive public loo into a luxury cliff-top holiday home. He also unveils his futuristic rotating home at Pinewood.
George and Will Hardie help Jan Fursier bring to life her dad's dream for a caravan, taken from plans found in his secret wartime diaries during his time as a Japanese prisoner of war
George looks back over some favourite treehouses from Scotland to Sweden and Tuscany to Northumberland
George looks back at some innovative and eccentric builds, from a tiny Italian tuk tuk campervan to an Airstream party pad and a trailer caravan clad in old CDs
George looks at how nature and architecture can work well together, from a mountain-top ski lodge to a hobbit house built for only £150
George looks back at some amazing back gardens, from a cliff-top stargazing retreat to the country's most multi-functional shed
George looks back at a wartime seaplane made into a bachelor pad, a writer's retreat in the shape of an egg and a Danish home floating on bottles
A second look at some incredible feats of engineering, from the scrap Learjet turned into a luxury garden studio to a mobile cinema and a Jeep made into a cocktail bar
George looks at some of his best builds by the sea, including a multifunctional beach hut in Bournemouth and a 21st-century update of a Victorian bathing machine in Margate
George looks back at some of the most ingenious Amazing Spaces builds, from a toilet converted into a luxury home to a tube carriage transformed into a stylish office