Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke
George visits a Victorian semi where the kitchen has been plonked in completely the wrong place. Can he come up with a design that reflects the period, and works for all the family?
George visits a Grade II listed cottage in Hampshire and a farmhouse in East Sussex. The first one is too higgledy-piggledy while the second needs a major bathroom rethink.
George helps make a cool, elegant kitchen-diner in St Leonards-on-Sea. In Manchester, he tackles a 1930s semi-detached with compact dimensions and a tiny budget.
George helps a Leicester couple reclaim their home's classic Georgian dimensions. In Brixton, he tackles a Victorian living room overwhelmed by 70s kitsch.
George tries to return a neglected art deco gem in Cornwall to its former glory, while also making it suitable for modern family living
George helps more homeowners make their period homes fit for modern life, taking on an outmoded 1930s semi in Liverpool and a stunning medieval farmhouse in Kent
George makes a tiny Victorian terrace in Stratford-upon-Avon fit for a 21st-century single dad. And in Hastings, he transforms a period reception room by simply moving a door.
George designs a new kitchen in a Welsh home that's part medieval for an owner who doesn't really like kitchens. He also tackles an awkward extension in Hove.
George visits a 300-year-old house with too many loos. And in south London, a mini 1930s bungalow with a tiny lounge needs clever design solutions.
George takes on an Edwardian home suffering from an extreme case of 1970s wall-to-wall panelling. He also tackles a mock Tudor cottage in Hastings.
George works on a stripped Victorian terrace in Plumstead, looking to create a new layout that won't break the bank. He also visits a magnificent villa near Liverpool.
George heads for the West Midlands, for a tricky conversion of a beautiful Arts and Crafts building, and to a former 18th-century country pub saddled with some dodgy DIY
In Portsmouth, George helps a young couple make sense of their Victorian terrace house. In the Cotswolds, he visits a woman converting two listed cottages into a family home.
George squeezes into an Edwardian Workers Cottage which is only half the size of a squash court, and visits a house with overwhelmingly Italian decor
George visits a handsome turn-of-the-century terraced home whose new owners are set on a monochrome colour scheme, and a workshop that makes antique effect mirrors
George is out and about with his sledgehammer, knocking holes in a fake Tudor ceiling in Leamington Spa, and moving doors in a farmhouse on the edge of the Peak District
Up a long garden path in Leeds is a Victorian villa that's Jawad and Charlie's labour of love. And in Brixton, George hopes for a clean sweep with a redundant chimney.
George has some radical ideas to redesign an Edwardian home. In Surrey, he tackles a Victorian mishmash, some MDF, a quirky fireplace and a random room.
George offers a sympathetic hand with a monster Victorian semi and a beautiful Regency conversion
In West Yorkshire, Pip is moving back into the home that she grew up in and is finding it emotional. And there's a mystery house in west London.
George takes on a project that is part period house, part dog's dinner. And the thought of a corner cocktail bar proves a real tonic for a tricky refurb project.
George tackles a heavy chandelier in a Georgian townhouse in Yorkshire. Another Georgian property, a farmhouse in the Peak District, is a decorative nightmare.
George takes on a 16th-century listed Cotswold cottage with some nasty surprises. There's also a Kent oast house needing a super cool bedroom for an eight-year-old.
George helps out at the restoration of an Edwardian arts-and-crafts terraced house where the amazing original features need plenty of TLC
George meets a family of five with a Victorian coach house that's more 1960s than 1860s, and helps a young couple in Hove get to grips with a 16th-century gate house
George returns to a grand Victorian villa in Ormskirk to tackle the giant kitchen and utility area, and visits a Victorian flat in London that has seen better days
George takes on a classic 1930s terraced home with a tiny kitchen and two mismatched fireplaces, and revisits a Victorian home that he previously helped renovate