In this series compulsive cleaner Linda Dykes leads a team of like-minded people to help clean Britain's dirty homes and filthy public spaces. Linda's first recruit is 31-year-old Richard Searle.
Two more compulsive cleaners are matched up with people whose homes are in need of a spring clean, including retired British Aerospace engineer Frank from Chipping Sodbury
Mark from Hampshire visits single mum Julie from Lancashire to help with her hoarding, Cheyza helps Oxfordshire shopaholic Amanda, and the team clean a swimming pool in Derbyshire.
Series following people who are obsessed with cleaning. In this edition 27-year-old OCD sufferer Hayley helps library assistant Shereen, who last cleaned her flat a year ago.
Former opera singer Cynthia, who has a life-long fear of germs and bacteria, helps 75-year-old Daphne from Gloucestershire, who's lost control of the clutter in her cottage
James helps mum-of-two Jodi, while Kristy, whose nickname is Dettol queen, helps de-clutter the home of Kay and Dillip, and has a revelation about her own cleaning obsession while she does
Among the cleaners this time are OCD-diagnosed mother and daughter Lesley and Tuesday, from Bridgend, and fitness instructor Vinny from Sheffield
Jade from Cornwall meets Deborah and her six goats in Dunstable. And clutter bug and amateur inventor Scott locks horns with self-confessed control freak Lynsey in Blackpool.
Sarah from Bedfordshire visits brothers Andy and Mikk in their unruly junkyard-home in Coventry. And Ben heads to Guildford to help Gerri with her upcycling problem.
Former air steward Richard visits dog minder Linda from Brentwood, Essex. And Louise from Wiltshire meets hoarder Michelle, from Swindon, whose collection includes baby dolls.
Louise meets Tim, who only really cleans his kitchen at Easter and Christmas. And Victoria helps Lesley, who hasn't cleaned her flat properly in 19 years.
Obsessive cleaner, Glen from Watford meets hoarder David on the Isle of Wight. Obsessive organiser Zahra heads to Bridgend to meet shop owner Jo, who admits she needs some help de-cluttering.
Sarah has filled most of her house with her hoard. Volunteering to help is OCD-diagnosed Louise, who cleans daily for eight hours. And Adam helps Lara, whose home hasn't had a deep clean in 12 years.
OCD sufferer, Alison from Morton visits Waltham Cross to help confirmed bachelor and cowboy fan Dusty Rhodes. Also waging a war on dirt is Helen, from East Sussex, who meets Janet, from Luton.
London hairdresser Claire, who spends 22 hours a week keeping her one-bedroom flat immaculate, helps out 67-year-old ex-binman Charlie from Hemel Hempstead, who's down to his last clean teaspoon
Gemma, from Hertfordshire, who goes through two vacuum cleaners a year, meets cross-dressing hoarder Jim. And Angie meets Brian, who thinks cleaning is 'woman's work'.
Caren meets Linda and her son Matt, who have being living among clutter for nine years. And Jamie, from Somerset, helps out Mick in his messy north-London flat.
Claire from Burnley meets Sue and Roger in Hertfordshire who are swamped by clutter. And old school cleaner Lynne visits bachelor boys Mark and Karl.
The first cleaning volunteer is 23-year-old council worker Dann, from Nottingham, who helps out Charlotte and Dom, from Portsmouth, who haven't cleaned their flat in a year
Essex business manager Amanda helps Janine, who is a bit of a hoarder, and industrial cleaner Mark, from Leicester, meets unemployed bargain hunter Avril in Chiswick, London
Andy from Reigate, who weeds his patio daily, helps Hayley, who hasn't cleaned her microwave since the 90s. And garden designer Charlie helps Antoinette in Dorset with her clutter.
Glamour model Kerry from Essex helps fellow Essex mum Vikki, whose toilet hasn't been cleaned in four years. And Tina from Slough helps Mike from Ipswich with his junk-filled home.
Lynsey, Mark and Amanda show how to make for a tidier, cleaner Yuletide, with good Christmas card management, evenly spaced festive decorations and a bacteria-free Christmas tree
Country Houses Rescue offers a new twist on the popular cleaning show. Obsessive cleaners Vinny and Denise visit the Grade II listed 18th century Georgian country house Top-Y-Fron Hal.
Cleaners Hayley and Dann visit Plas Teg, a haunted Grade I listed 17th century Jacobean manor in north Wales, which is home to Cornelia and her 12 cats and some grime
Cleaners Ben and Lynsey help Colin Peck declutter his listed Georgian spread in Derry, Northern Ireland, that's overwhelmed with rubbish
In Ireland, retired civil engineer Michael Keaney's splendid home has never been dusted and is full of antiques and stacks of family photos. Can two obsessive cleaners reclaim it?
Zoo keeper Nesta gets help with from super-clean Carly at her over-run Staffordshire house. And college lecturer Rob visits charity shop fan Soo.
First is 34-year-old medical scientist Kris who spends over 22 hours a week keeping his three bed in Wakefield germ free. The second is OCD diagnosed 41-year-old beauty therapist Fiona from Bedford.
Gemma, who makes her Chihuahuas wear boots indoors, helps single mum Annia, a self-confessed hoarder in Norwich. And Dai meets Michelle and her menagerie.
Bank worker Tracey, from Yorkshire, helps Kerry and her house of foster dogs. And Shelley meets amateur inventor Lee, who's filled his house with items salvaged from skips.
Plumber Julie, whose loo is so clean you can drink from it, helps Ken in Norfolk. And full-time mum Krystal meets April, whose home has become swamped by clutter.
Former beauty queen Kelly helps retired chef Ken and his cat. And Louise meets Jose, who's hoarded so much stuff for his DIY projects he hasn't been in his living room for five years.
Michelle, who loves minimalism and order, meets clutterbug Susanne. And steam clean lover Amar visits hoarder poet Sylvia in south east London.
Tom visits Gareth, whose home hasn't been cleaned in 20 years. And Louise meets Paula in her chaotic Wokingham home.
Lauren from Dunstable helps Sarah sort through ten years of unused toys, clothes and out-of-date food, while germophobe Emma visits John in his cluttered Peak District home.
Specialist crime-scene cleaner Mick helps Rosemary and Julian with their cluttered home, while professional motorbike cleaner Dave meets hoarder Les and his mountain of junk
Croatian-born Natasha helps Suzanne clean her chaotic, two-bed home, while Vijay, a man of five Hoovers, helps jewellery maker Poly in north London
Cafe owner Sandra helps Karl in his Norfolk boat, while Maxine visits ex-librarian Dianne, who hasn't cleaned her Norwich home in three years and eats breakfast in a cafe opposite
Can a group of obsessive cleaners rescue some of Britain's most spectacular homes from years of neglect, grime and clutter?
Two diagnosed OCD cleaners head for Forcett Hall, North Yorkshire, where James and Alison's plans to start a B&B are being hindered by junk, unruly vines, and bird poo in the bathroom sink
Glen from Watford and Caren from Manchester travel to the west of Ireland to help Ursula shift the mess and clutter from the upper floors of Tarbert House
Obsessive cleaners Tina and Mark fly from Britain to Texas to do battlle with Patrick's countryside ranch, which is infested with clutter, cobwebs and dog poo
Obsessive cleaners Hayley and Kris leave the UK for a trip to the USA, where they help a retired academic sort and clean his large historic property in Vermont
Obsessive cleaners Sandra and Carly travel to a small town in Virginia in the United States to tackle the overwhelming clutter and junk in the two homes of ex-builder Will
Obsessive cleaners Caren and Dave visit Britta's bungalow home in the north west of the USA. Can they sort out the clutter, leftover food scraps and all the dog poo stains?
Obsessive cleaners Hayley and Dann head to a mansion in north-east Scotland to clear out the chainsaws, newspapers and mouse droppings.
The cleaners head for the Welsh hills and Brithdir Hall, a 16th-century, Grade II-listed mansion with a loo which hasn't been cleaned in years. Can the place be spruced up in a week?
The cleaners head for a 16th century manor in Somerset, where an acclaimed writer of ghost stories needs help with clearing out some of her junk