Kirstie and Phil's Love It or List It
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 helps out at the restoration of an Edwardian arts-and-crafts terraced house where the amazing original features need plenty of TLC
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 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 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.
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 offers a sympathetic hand with a monster Victorian semi and a beautiful Regency conversion
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.
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 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
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 squeezes into an Edwardian Workers Cottage which is only half the size of a squash court, and visits a house with overwhelmingly Italian decor
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 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
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 a Leicester couple reclaim their home's classic Georgian dimensions. In Brixton, he tackles a Victorian living room overwhelmed by 70s kitsch.
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 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 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?