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Sort Your Life Out

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  • Last episode S4E6 aired 2024-04-02
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Imagine if the entire contents of your home were laid out so you could decide what to keep and what to lose. Stacey Solomon and her team help a family declutter their home.

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    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help Shirley and Martin, with their two grown-up daughters, transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

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    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help Charlie and Keith, parents to three young boys, transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

  • s04e04
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    4 weeks ago
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    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help single mum Rachel and her two daughters transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

  • s04e03
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    1 month ago
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    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help Nila and Nat transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

  • s04e02
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    1 month ago
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    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help Daniela and Tim, and their two children, to transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

  • s04e01
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    2 months ago
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    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help a single dad and his young daughters transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

  • s03e05
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    6 months ago
    19:00

    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help dog lover Michelle, husband James and their two children transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

  • s03e04
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    7 months ago
    19:00

    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help single mum Claire and her five boys transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

  • s03e03
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    7 months ago
    19:00

    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help Venicia and Elisha, their four kids and Venicia's 11-year-old brother Samuel transform their family home with a life-changing declutter.

  • s03e02
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    7 months ago
    19:00

    Stacey Solomon, her crack team and special guest Mrs Hinch help farmers Andy and Lianne and their three children transform their farmhouse through a life-changing declutter.

  • s03e01
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    7 months ago
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    Stacey Solomon and her crack team help parents Tom and Chloe and their two daughters transform their family home through a life-changing declutter.

  • s02e06
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    1 year ago
    21:00

    Stacey and her gang (organizer Dilly, carpenter Rob and cleaner Iwan) challenge the Clark family to sort their life out in seven days – and in order to do this they embark on a mammoth declutter. The family are asked to let go of half of their possessions, so that the team can then beautifully reorganise their home.

    Working mum Toyah, US-born dad Ron and their three kids, Isaiah (17), Ari (12) and Alissah (10), moved from a big house in the US into a much smaller house in the UK. Unfortunately, they forgot to downsize their possessions and are now stuck in a home that doesn't serve its purpose.

    The family's possessions are laid out in a giant warehouse like an art installation of their entire lives, including 521 odd socks, 75 Barbies and 28 games controllers. Sifting through his military memorabilia dating from his 15 years in the US Air Force, Ron remembers struggling with being stationed abroad, away from his family. When Toyah finds it hard to
    let go of the kids' toys, she realises how difficult she finds seeing her children grow up so quickly. As they were constantly moving home during Ron's air force years, her possessions gave her reassurance. Now, it could be time to let go of them.

    At the house, carpenter Rob maximises the wardrobe space in Toyah and Ron's bedroom with floor-to-ceiling storage that features hidden pull-out steps. Ari and Alissah's beloved dolls get the star treatment inside bespoke multicolour display boxes, and in the kitchen Rob fits desperately needed wall storage. While Dilly reorganises the kitchen and laundry area, cleaner Iwan gives the whole house a spring clean. Stacey guides us through the home transformation with lots of smart design hacks and upcycling ideas for refreshing our interiors.

  • s02e05
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    1 year ago
    21:00

    The Smith family embark upon a mammoth declutter. Stacey and the team challenge them to let go of half of their possessions, so that they can beautifully reorganise their life and home.

    Two years ago, Raaj, her husband Roydel and their toddler son, Ajay, moved in with their two nieces, Simran and Harjoth, and nephew Gurkeerat when their mum (Raaj's sister) passed away after contracting Covid. The two families were forced to quickly merge together their households while grieving their tragic loss. They now feel ready to face the difficult task of reorganising and creating a new home for the blended family.

    Raaj faces up to letting go of some of her late sister's belongings. With Stacey and Dilly's help, she finds a way to hold her sister's memory in her heart, while the children rediscover photos and childhood memories.

    At the house, carpenter Rob works to make the three-bedroom house fit for six people. He builds ingenious carpentry solutions for storage and display purposes, including a room within a room and a bespoke writing desk for Roydel. Cleaner Iwan brings the sparkle back with a supersized spring clean, and Dilly reorganises the kitchen and creates a brand new larder. Stacey guides us through the home transformation with lots of revitalising design hacks and upcycling ideas for refreshing our interiors.

  • s02e04
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    1 year ago
    21:00

    The average family home contains thousands of items we don't really need, and living in all the clutter is making us miserable. Stacey Solomon has put together a crack team of organising fanatics to help families transform their messy homes through a life-changing declutter, budget-friendly makeover and supersized spring clean.

    This time, Stacey and her gang - organizer Dilly, carpenter Rob and cleaner Iwan - challenge the Daniels family to sort their life out in seven days. If the family can let go of half of their possessions, the team will then beautifully reorganise their home. NHS nurse Aimee and husband Stuart both work shifts so they can take care of their three young children, Darcie, Rex and Mollie. Four years ago, the family moved to their current home, but the boxes of possession from their old flat remain in the garage unopened. When everything is laid out, they find their possessions include 492 DVDs, 35 happy birthday banners, 12 unopened chandeliers and 905 items of baby clothes.

    Mollie was born with Down Syndrome and had to have open-heart surgery shortly after her birth, and there are tears as Aimee lets go of a baby chair that reminds her of this difficult time. Once the family have decided which items to recycle, donate or sell, carpenter Rob creates an ingenious pantry solution in their garage. Cleaner Iwan gives the home a thorough clean, with lots of useful tips along the way, and organizer Dilly reorganises the kids' toys using a bespoke child-friendly storage solution in the living room.

    When the family are left with only the must-keep items, the house is stylishly refilled by Stacey and her team, ready for the big reveal. Have they really managed to transform this family's life and home by decluttering, organising and upcycling alone?

  • s02e03
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    1 year ago
    21:00

    Stacey and her gang challenge the Viney family to sort their lives out by decluttering in just seven days.

    Not only did grandma of six Sue fill her house up with her late mum's belongings, she also acquired the contents of a recently closed gift shop. Daughters Nicki and Donna want to spend more time at the house with their kids, but all the clutter means there isn't any space.

    When laid out in a warehouse, the contents of the house include 532 plastic bag carriers, 205 hair rollers, 30 umbrellas, 17 old digital cameras and 443 pairs of shoes.

    As the family go through their most precious items, Sue realises that it's not too late to have the home she always longed for. After decades of caring for her mum, she can finally put herself first and learn to trust in her own decisions.

    At the house, Rob creates a pull-down bed, hidden behind a built-in writing desk, and some cleverly upcycled furniture. With lots of money-saving tips along the way, Iwan gives the home a mammoth spring clean, whilst Dilly reinstates the downstairs as a functioning living and dining room and shows us all how to organise our kitchens.

  • s02e02
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    1 year ago
    21:00

    The Fall family - mum Julia, dad Dan and their two children, Noah (9) and Rachel (4) - moved into their current home four years ago, and their clutter has been spiralling out of control ever since, with Dan's many unfinished DIY projects contributing to the overall chaos. Stacey Solomon helps them sort through all their stuff and relinquish the things they no longer need.

    With Stacey's help, the family pack all their possessions into boxes. Every single item is stripped from the family home, revealing how much space there is under all their things. It turns out that they own 2,137 toys, 452 books, 13 guitars, 61 mugs and 1,274 tools. Dan lives with ADHD and struggles to let go of his guitars and tools, and emotions run high when expert organiser Dilly Carter presents the family with £2,000 in cash and cheques that they had lost in their overloaded home.

    Carpenter Rob Bent breathes new life into their home, creating some clever built-in bench seating and smart workshop storage solutions. Cleaning expert Iwan Carrington works his magic, and Dilly rezones the downstairs, demonstrates how to sort out a bedroom wardrobe and shows the best way to keep the kitchen tidy.

  • s02e01
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    1 year ago
    21:00

    Stacey Solomon and her gang - organizer Dilly, carpenter Rob and cleaner Iwan - challenge the Harris-Hawley family to sort their lives out in seven days. They ask the family to try to let go of half their possessions so that the team can then beautifully reorganise their home.

    Stacey gets to know the family behind the clutter - childhood sweethearts Dan and Char and their two daughters, Mia (11) and Cece (3) - who rent a two-up, two-down from their local council. She finds they own 437 DVDs, 200 hair bows, 59 hairbrushes and combs, and 1,011 toys. With everything displayed in front of them, the family are shocked to see how much they really own and wonder how it all fitted into their house in the first place.

    There are emotional moments as the family go through their most treasured items. With only one week to go before their wedding, Char remembers trickier times as young parents before things came good.
    Dan tells Stacey how he came to be the devoted dad he is now. Eventually, the items they decide to let go of are put into piles to recycle, donate or sell.

    Carpenter Rob creates an ingenuous dining and storage solution in the kitchen. Cleaner Iwan gives the home a supersized spring clean, offering lots of useful tips along the way, and Dilly reorganises the living room into a multipurpose space for kids and adults alike.

  • s01e06
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    2 years ago
    20:00
    Sort Your Life Out - S4E6

    Dan and Kelly Waller cleared a packed garage to create an annex for grandparents to live, but as a result the clutter that was there has now taken over the rest of the house. With Stacey's help, the family starts packing all its possessions into boxes and those are later laid out in a giant warehouse like an art installation of their entire lives. Back at the house, carpenter Robert Bent creates a multi-purpose spare room and transforms the office into a workspace of dreams, cleaner Iwan Carrington gives the home a supersize spring clean, while organiser Dilly Carter reveals the best way to organise paperwork.


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s01e05
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    2 years ago
    20:00
    Sort Your Life Out - S4E6

    Having once run an organised home, Kirsty Lespeare suffered an accident that left her with limited mobility, meaning she struggles to keep on top of day-to-day chores. She, partner Taurean and their four children want Stacey, and team members Dilly Carter, Iwan Carrington and Robert Bent to find storage solutions for their rented home, that won't damage the property and will help give Kirsty her independence back. There are emotional moments as Kirsty tries to let go of clothes that hold memories from before the accident, and Taurean starts to face the part he's played in the build-up of the clutter.


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  • s01e04
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    2 years ago
    20:00
    Sort Your Life Out - S4E6

    Stacey and her team help Cherelle and Tony Dowling transform their chaotic two-bedroom home through a radical space-saving reorganisation. With a lost engagement ring somewhere in the house and all their time taken up with tidying away the toys of their four children under four, the clutter is causing chaos. Carpenter Iwan Carrington gives the home a supersized spring clean, Robert Bent radically reconfigures the bedrooms to create maximum space, while Dilly Carter reveals the best way to sort out kids' rooms and kitchen cupboards.


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  • s01e03
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    2 years ago
    20:00
    Sort Your Life Out - S4E6

    Retired electrician Wayne Bradshaw is a car boot sale enthusiast. His craft-loving wife Sue emotionally reveals that her son Alex is too embarrassed to bring people home to the clutter. Stacey gathers up all their possessions, leading to Sue and Wayne struggling to let go of over 30 years' worth of stuff. Carpenter Rob breathes new life into the family's home by rejigging the kitchen layout and upcycling old but much-loved items. Iwan gives the home a supersized spring clean and organizer Dilly shows the best way to sort out wardrobes.


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  • s01e02
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    2 years ago
    20:00
    Sort Your Life Out - S4E6

    Stacey encourages members of the Patel family to tidy their immediate environment, as mum Bijal, dad Darshan and their two children move all their possessions into a warehouse, where they are encouraged to recycle, donate and sell items. There are emotional moments as the quartet go through their most treasured items. Bijal and Darshan struggle to part with their possessions, but really want to create an environment free of the chaos for their son, who finds it hard to concentrate in the clutter. As usual, home improvement gurus Dilly Carter, Iwan Carrington and Robert Bent offer tidying and upcycling tips.


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s01e01
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    2 years ago
    20:00
    Sort Your Life Out - S4E6

    Stacey challenges members of the Paine family to declutter their home in seven days. In order to do this, they have to let go of half their possessions so that they can then reorganise their property. There are emotional moments as single mother Steph and her three daughters go through their most treasured items, and make some difficult decisions about what to let go of from their past. The items they do decide to let go of will be put into piles to recycle, donate or sell. Plus, tidying and upcycling tips from carpenter Robert Bent, organiser Dilly Carter and cleaner Iwan Carrington.


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)