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Episode 40
Season: 2020 | Episode: 25
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An antidote to throwaway culture, The Repair Shop shines a light on the wonderful treasures to be found in homes across the country.

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    And traditional upholstery and caning experts Sonnaz Nooranvary and Rachael South take a two-pronged attack in reviving a pair of chairs originally from Holland, and one of the last links to owner Cecile's Dutch heritage.

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    Resident horologist Steven Fletcher and furniture restorer Will Kirk combine their skills to piece back together a small long case clock, which arrives with three sisters in three separate pieces. And silversmith Brenton West tackles a treasured magnifying glass, once used for picking winners from the paper.

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    Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.

    Leather expert Suzie Fletcher, alongside upholsterer Sonnaz Nooranvary, restore a badly damaged suspended chair from the 1960s, known as a 'leaf chair'. A gift from his grandmother, the owner is keen to hang it in his flat and relive his childhood memories of happy times. Its distinctive shape and design prove to be quite the challenge for Suzie and Sonnaz but with a little ingenuity and team work, the two restore the chair beautifully.

    Blacksmith conservator Matthew Boultwood comes to the rescue of a 30-kilo cast iron statue of the Roman God Hercules. It took pride of place in a town's Heritage Centre, until an unfortunate accident meant he lost his club, but using a clever repair technique Matthew saves the day. And wood restorer Will Kirk takes on an interesting smokers' stand, which belonged to the owner's pipe-smoking grandfather. It has lost a leg and several pieces are missing but, with the help of restorer Steven Fletcher, the stand is returned to its former glory.

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    Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.

    Furniture restorer William Kirk takes on a cherished family rocking horse that is in desperate need of some TLC. The paint work and plaster is flaking away and the leather work is tattered and torn, but saddler maker Suzie Fletcher is on hand. Together they do a beautiful job and return the rocking horse to the delight of the family.

    Ceramics conservator Kirsten Ramsay works wonders on a Royal Doulton plaque. The plaque was broken in two during a house move 57 years ago and has remained hidden in a drawer ever since. It is a tricky fix but Kirsten does the owner proud and the plaque can

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    Saddle maker Suzie Fletcher answers a mayday call from a young man who wants to surprise his father by having a WW2 pilot's bomber jacket restored. The ripped and weathered jacket was worn by his grandfather while serving in the RAF's Coastguard Command, protecting our home coast from attack. Suzie rises to the challenge and carefully restores this important piece of history, much to the delight of the family. Meanwhile, antique type writer restorer George Blackman completely dismantles and rebuilds a type writer with impressive military and royal connections.

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    Resident horologist Steve Fletcher and ceramics restorer Kirsten Ramsay turn their skills to fixing an art deco lamp in the shape of a lady, who is suffering from broken ankle after an unfortunate accident. Furniture restorer Will Kirk uncovers some hidden secrets while restoring a treasured wooden sea captain's chest so it can be passed onto a fourth generation of the same family. And stained glass expert Matthew Nickels completely overhauls a precious painted window which hasn't let in any light for many years.

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    Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.

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    And master goldsmith Richard Talman works wonders on a cherished garnet bracelet given to owner Jane by her late mother. The bracelet is in pieces and several of the garnet stones are missing. A previous unsuccessful attempt to mend it may have rendered it beyond repair but, using state of the art technology and great skill, Richard saves the day and Jane can now wear and enjoy the beautiful bracelet that holds so many memories for her.

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    17:45

    Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.

    Painting conservator Lucia Scalisi must draw on all her 30 years of experience to mend a serious tear in a portrait. The damage was accidentally inflicted many years ago by the owner's son with his dart gun. Repairing the hole and cleaning the canvas takes many hours and painstaking care but eventually the portrait of the society beauty is picture perfect once again. Wood restorer William Kirk and horologist Steven Fletcher join forces to mend an intriguing walking stick, which features a monkey head. Its mouth and ears should move like a ventriloquists dummy. The walking stick was a gift to the owner's uncle from an Indian Maharaja. The monkey is missing an ear and the operating mechanism no longer works but getting inside the head to mend it is the first challenge. Will and Steve work together to revive the cheeky monkey and return the walking stick to the owner, who is moved to see it working once more.

    And antique photography specialist Brenton West tackles a defunct seaside telescope. It reminds owner Julian of the family seaside holidays of his childhood. Brenton, along with assistance from Steve Fletcher, manages to get the telescope up and running and give the metal work a new lease of life.

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    Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.

    Resident clock maker Steve Fletcher tackles a pocket watch that has come all the way from Holland and which spent four years in a Second World War Japanese internment camp undetected while secretly sewn in to the hem of a dress. Metal worker Dominic Chinea and master cooper Alastair Simms get an ancient butter churn turning, and churning, once again. And leather expert Suzie Fletcher lovingly restores a trunk made by Louis Vuitton and which is showing the signs of the years it spent travelling the world with owner Tom's great grandfather.

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    Gramophone expert Tim Weeks brings back many happy childhood memories when he repairs an early Edison model Phonograph that has been silent for years. A treasured heirloom passed down from his aunt, the owner is delighted to hear it play music once more. Metal expert Brenton West restores a century-old silver mirror that has been passed down the female line of the owner's family. Replacing a broken corner of the mirror he makes it fit for use for another hundred years. Meanwhile leather expert Suzie Fletcher lovingly repairs a broken handle and restores the leather on a writing case formerly owned by pioneering locomotive engineer Robert Stephenson, a hero of the owner.

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    Resident ceramic expert Kirsten Ramsay takes on a beautiful Majolica Vase, which has met with several accidents over the years - a lid broken into several pieces, damage from a falling painting and a decorative cherub who has been decapitated. Meanwhile metal worker Dominic Chinea works on a secret project - the restoration of a pub sign for the last landlord of much-loved local that has been knocked down to make way for a bus station.

  • s2018e13
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    Resident clock expert Steven Fletcher and woodwork specialist William Kirk work together to repair a broken barometer clock. With a clock, barometer and thermometer on one object, Steven has a lot of work ahead of him to get it looking like new again. Painting conservator Lucia Scalisi draws on her years of experience to restore a beautiful Caputo painting which has suffered a large tear. She expertly mends, cleans and re-touches the painting in time to reunite it with its delighted owner. Meanwhile bicycle expert Erik Van Bommel turns his hand to mending a battered childhood tricycle. The beautifully restored bike is excitedly unwrapped and ridden on once more by the owner's grandchildren.

  • s2018e12
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    Soft toy restorers Amanda Middleditch and Julie Tatchell take two well-worn teddy bears under their wing. Big Ted and Little Ted have spent nearly a lifetime together - their childhood owners, Jill and Edwin, met as teenagers, fell in love, married at 23 and spent the next 40 years together until Edwin's death four years ago. Now Amanda and Julie must restore the well-loved bears, to reverse the years of wear and preserve the happy memories of a lifetime of love. Meanwhile, metal expert Dominic Chinea works his magic restoring a rusting old Victorian lamp that has stood witness to many happy family events over the 50 years it has stood in owner Jeremy's garden.

  • s2018e11
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    Gramophone expert Tim Weeks tackles a portable Peter Pan gramophone that has seen better days. Upholsterer Sonnaz Nooranvary and carpenter William Kirk team up to mend a child's rocking chair. With a little care and attention the chair is mended, polished and re-covered and fit to sit in once more. Meanwhile, resident clock restorer Steven Fletcher turns his hand to mending a broken vintage cash register that has been in the owner's family business for generations.

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    Blacksmith Matthew Boultwood takes on a piece of British military history - a ceremonial helmet from one of the oldest regiments in the army, the Life Guards. Also forming part of the Household Cavalry that provides personal protection for the monarch, this helmet may well have stood guard outside Buckingham Palace during the reign of Queen Victoria. But after years in a damp attic, Matt has a real challenge to get it back in parade ground condition once again. Furniture restorer Will Kirk tackles a small chest with big problems, which tests the full range of his wood-working skills and techniques, from turning and carving to reconstructing and repainting. And clock specialist Steven Fletcher joins forces with toy restorers Amanda Middleditch and Julie Tatchell to bring an extremely rare Victorian clockwork rabbit back to life.

  • s2018e09
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    Resident clockmaker Steve tackles an intricate Boulle-work clock that hasn't ticked for over 15 years. Soft toy restorers Julie and Amanda take on a jumbo-sized project in the shape of a threadbare, but much loved, wheeled elephant. And woodwork specialist Will get to grips with one of the Repair Shop's oldest ever assignments - a 300-year-old Georgian desk that is showing its age.

  • s2018e08
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    Resident horologist Steve Fletcher works on a clock that was fashioned from the propeller of a plane that crash-landed in France during World War I. Passed down through the injured pilot's family, Steve must get this piece of history working for future generations. Metal expert Dominic Chinea brings his skills to bear on a rusted and seized-up shoe-stretching machine, one of the few reminders of owner Maggie's parents and their shoe shop. And stained glass expert Matthew Nickels takes on a tricky challenge - restoring two badly damaged windows which were rescued from a Victorian variety theatre shortly before its demolition.

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    Clockmaker and former retained firefighter Steve Fletcher gets the chance to work on a toy replica of an early Dennis fire engine. But this is not an ordinary child's toy; this one-off piece was built by one of the mechanics at the real Dennis fire engine factory. Ceramics restoration expert Kirsten Ramsay pieces together a beautiful Japanese Imari bowl that has been smashed to bits, and reveals the gruesome purpose behind its design. And the whole Repair Shop team comes together to save a weathered piece of Dorset history - a unique village sign, made of metal, wood and ceramic parts all originally created by craftspeople who lived in the village.

  • s2018e06
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    Furniture restorer Will Kirk takes on a rickety, water-damaged rosewood table, but the extent of the damage leaves him with a tough decision to make. Resident clockmaker Steve Fletcher turns his hand to getting an antique French steamboat ship-shape again after it was found buried on a beach over fifty years ago. And after many hours of stitching and sewing, soft toy restorers Amanda Middleditch and Julie Tatchell reunite a much-loved but threadbare panda bear with its owner Jill, for whom the bear holds many cherished memories of her late father.

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    Clockmaker Steve Fletcher turns his talents to restoring an ornate antique pipe, carved from a mineral called meerschaum. Steve also calls on the help of his sister, and master saddle maker, Suzie to replace the lacklustre leather parts of the pipe. Gramophone guru Tim Weeks takes on the restoration of an early twentieth-century record player and radio that was bought at an auction by owner Corrie when she was just five but hasn't produced any music for years. And ceramics restorer Kirsten Ramsay tackles one of the largest pieces she's ever worked on, a huge blue pitcher from Germany decorated with images from an infamous event in Roman history.

  • s2018e04
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    Musical box expert Stephen Kember and furniture restorer Will Kirk join forces to tackle a very special music box damaged by a bomb during the Blitz. Unfortunately the box's owners, who were in the house at the time, were killed by the blast. Now their descendant, and custodian of the box, Roger wants to restore the box so he can hear the same music the family members he never knew used to listen to. Stuffed toy restorers Amanda Middleditch and Julie Tatchell take on one of their toughest assignments yet - A stuffed toy lamb, torn apart by a real dog and now consisting of just a head and four legs. And metal worker Brenton West restores a treasured pair of fire tongs, designed and built by the owner's own great-grandfather, back to working order.

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    Silversmith Brenton West tackles a broken hand mirror containing the portrait of a mysterious French lady. Painting conservator Lucia Scalisi repairs, cleans and brings some much-needed light to a murky painting of fog on the River Thames. And resident horologist Steve Fletcher joins forces with ceramics expert Kirsten Ramsay and wood specialist Will Kirk to work on a prestigious eighteenth-century timepiece that has suffered a supernatural accident.

  • s2018e02
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    Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life. Resident clock restorer Steve Fletcher restores a German-made toy steam roller from the 1930's. After not being used for around 40 years, it needs a full check-up to get it up and running again. Stained glass expert Matthew Nickels pieces together a damaged glass picture window depicting a colourful boat at sea. Made by the owner's late father, it has a great deal of sentimental value and so she is ecstatic when Matthew manages to make it all ship-shape and just like new again. Meanwhile, leather expert Suzie turns her attention to three iconic leather sling back Les Arcs chairs desperately in need of some love and attention to make them usable again.

  • s2018e01
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    Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life. Resident antique photography expert Brenton West brings his expertise to bear on a camera that survived the First World War but hasn't taken a picture in over a hundred years, while leather expert Suzie adds a surprise touch that leaves the camera's owner Phil lost for words. Furniture restorer Will Kirk and horologist Steve Fletcher joins forces to get a 20th-century designer wooden screen back on its feet. And violin restorer John Dilworth works on a treasured instrument that spent World War II in Auschwitz concentration camp.

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    Horologist Steven Fletcher feels the pressure as he gets to grips with a broken, antique barometer. Furniture restorer Will Kirk is entrusted with a pair of rowing oars that could have a hidden past. And a poorly pinball machine that has spent the last few years being used as a kitchen work top finds its way to pinball wizard Geoff Harvey for some love and attention.

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    Today on board the good ship repair shop, a customer has a knotty nautical problem that leaves furniture restorer Will Kirk all at sea. Jay Blades and Tim Weeks face the music to a get a vintage gramophone looking and sounding like new, which calls on all of Tim's 50 years of experience. And soft toy specialists Amanda and Julie take on a young lady suffering the effects of years of love and affection.

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    Metal worker Dominic Chinea has to use all of his restoration skills to future proof an old, Cornish museum sign. Steven Fletcher has to steer an old banger back onto the road. And the Repair Shop emergency bear-care team, Julie and Amanda, start treatment on George, a very special teddy who has lost one of his eyes and his growl.

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    Painting conservator Lucia Scalisi faces a serious challenge when presented with a perforated painting by celebrated British artist Fred Appleyard. Furniture restorer Will Kirk has to think outside the box to solve a homemade riddle with over 100 pieces. And a family heirloom with huge sentimental value needs the prowess of ceramicist Kirsten Ramsay.

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    In this episode, horologist Steven Fletcher gets a Victorian cuckoo clock singing again. Ceramics conservator Kirsten Ramsay attempts a seamless repair on a 70s bowl, and furniture restorer Will Kirk navigates a 200-year-old sea chest.

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    Today in the repair shop, some of the country's leading crafts people bring treasured possessions back to life. Furniture restorers Jay Blades and Will Kirk work together on a 100-year-old Nordic rocking chair that owner Nina Tucknott's grandparents were given on their wedding day. And ceramics restorers Guillaume Pons and Kirsten Ramsay take on two very different pieces - an engraved mother of pearl seashell from Brazil and an unusual ceramic bulldog named Sweetpea, whose face has been shattered.

  • s2017e09
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    Today in the repair shop, horologist Steve Fletcher and furniture restorer Will Kirk bring a grandfather clock out of retirement. It has been in the family for four generations and now resides with proud owners Ian and Linda Murphy, who long to hear it chime again. Ceramicist Kirsten Ramsay rescues a Royal Barum ware vase from a crack of doom. And the repair shop teddy doctors perform lifesaving surgery on a much-loved bear who, after a run in with a puppy, now has only one ear and one arm.

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    The repair shop team is no stranger to weird and wonderful items and today is no exception. Resident clock specialist Steven Fletcher receives a round of applause when he employs his skills to fix a clapping monkey. Ceramicist Kirsten Ramsay and furniture restorer Will Kirk team up to restore an ornate Victorian travelling box. And an iconic blast from the past in the form of a 1950s Wurlitzer jukebox arrives to test the skills of Laurence Richardson.

  • s2017e07
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    In the repair shop today, the team are on a secret mission to restore precious family heirlooms, two royal Worcester vases from the early 1900s that are the prized possessions of Graham Kellie's wife Shirley. Horologist Steven Fletcher and expert metal worker Dominic Chinea pull forces to fix a titanic timepiece - the Cirencester village clock which hasn't ticked for many years. And the team work together to mend a piece of farming history, a severely rusted 19th-century hay press.

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    Art conservator Lucia Scalisi rescues a painting that has been in Patricia and Ivor Sansom's family for decades and holds many special memories of a lifelong love story. Ceramicist Kirsten Ramsay reunites the broken pieces of a beloved painted plaque that was dropped and shattered over 45 years ago. And furniture restorers Will Kirk and Jay Blades bring a Japanese lacquered jewellery box that had suffered in the hands of burglars back from the brink.

  • s2017e05
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    Today in the repair shop, a precious 19th-century Italian chair tests Jay Blades's soft and hard furnishing skills. Resident ceramicist Kirsten Ramsey painstakingly puts the broken bits of a shattered piece by Jean Lurcat, a contemporary of Picasso's, back together again. And furniture restorer Will Kirk sets to work on a very special jewellery box.

  • s2017e04
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    Today in the repair shop, more cherished possessions are in need of rescuing from the ravages of time. Ceramics conservator Kirstin Ramsay carries out some serious surgery on a cherished Victorian garden gnome. Firefighting historian Stuart Black tackles the restoration of an antique helmet. And musical box expert Stephen Kember takes on a secret mission to bring a treasured family piece back to life before its owner finds out.

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    In the repair shop today, furniture restorers Jay Blades and Will Kirk take delivery of a highly-prized Davenport desk, damaged by burglars and in need of some serious surgery. Vintage electronics expert Neil Fairly battles some ageing Dr Who baddies. And the repair shop's very own time-lord Steve Fletcher tackles a tricky time-travelling conundrum of his own.

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    In the repair shop today, furniture restoration dream team Jay Blades and Will Kirk work their magic on a much loved Arts and Crafts piano stool that has been badly damaged by a dog without a bone. Clock restoration expert Steve is called up to work on a vintage telephone. And antique projector specialist Richard Rigby restores a collector's item that casts its spell over everyone in the repair shop.

  • s2017e01
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    In the repair shop today, three cherished family heirlooms are brought back to life. Furniture restorer Jay Blades and horologist Steve Fletcher tackle a timepiece with huge sentimental value for its owner Jane Fanner. Her late father, who was completely blind, made the clock himself, but it hasn't ticked or chimed since his death. Antique furniture restorer Will Kirk tests his carpentry skills on a 50-year-old wooden flying fish that may have been carved by a descendent of one the mutineers from HMS Bounty. And accordion expert Roger Thomas wrestles with an 80-year-old instrument that was played in the bomb shelters of London during the Blitz.