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The Restoration Man Show Summary, Upcoming Episodes and TV Guide

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The Restoration Man

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    Channel 4
  • Last episode S6E5 aired 2017-02-18
    3 years ago
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aired 2017-02-18 (3 years ago)
Old Fisherman's Church Revisit 2017
Season: 6 | Episode: 5
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Show Summary

George Clarke is The Restoration Man, travelling the British Isles meeting the stubborn romantics who want to breathe new life into the architectural treasures he unearths on his journey. His mission is to help them transform these undervalued gems into brand new homes fit for 21st century living.

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  • s06e05
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    3 years ago
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  • s06e04
    • 4.00/5
    3 years ago
    20:00

    When Jude McKelvey took on a dilapidated 17th century barn, she knew it would be a labour of love to both restore it to its former glory while also making a family home to share with her two boys. The Grade II* listed building comes with tight conservation restrictions. The timber-framed structure needs months of painstaking craftsmanship and the 44,000 clay tiles must be replaced by hand. Can Jude meet the enormous challenge of dividing up the barn's cavernous interior without destroying its priceless heritage? Presented by George Clarke.

  • s06e03
    • 4.00/5
    3 years ago
    20:00

    In North Yorkshire, Matt Whittle and his father-in-law-to-be Mike Readfern pool their resources to convert an enormous water filtration plant into a pair of semi-detached houses sharing an internal garden atrium. Family relations are tested as the huge scale of the project makes the schedule drag. George Clarke encourages them to persevere and make the most of the unique opportunity that the internal atrium gives them - to create a garden for all weathers.

  • s06e02
    • 4.00/5
    3 years ago
    20:00

    George Clarke meets Cheshire couple Andrew Jones and Michele Gibbons, who plan to turn an 85ft art deco water tower into the six-storey 'end house' of their dreams. The conversion proves an incredible challenge for the builders, as they must cut through double reinforced concrete to build new floors and fit over 20 new windows. It takes almost a year to get the tower wind and water-tight as, meanwhile, the couple must come to terms with fact that, despite a dislike of art deco furniture, they need to furnish their towering example of architectural history in a fitting style.

  • s06e01
    • 4.00/5
    3 years ago
    20:00

    George Clarke returns for a new series of the show that helps rescue neglected architectural treasures across Britain. Young couple Steven Crame and Marina Bacchelli were looking for their first home to own together in Berkshire, when they found a disused water pumping station nestling in its own ancient woodland. The couple threw themselves into the task of converting the huge brick shed into a modern four-bed family home, while preserving a 15-tonne crane as a central feature of their lounge. But a new-born baby, flooding and spiralling costs add to the pressure.

  • s05e05
    • 0.00/5
    3 years ago
    20:00

    George Clarke returns to Harrogate to see how Carol and Majid Nadry have finished converting their brick water tower into their dream home. After the huge delays and eye-watering legal costs of sorting planning and access restrictions, the couple have finally built the two-storey extension that was the key to creating a family home with character. George sees how the industrial heritage of this unique building is beautifully complemented by a 21st century glass and sheet metal extension that finally realises the old water tower's hidden potential.

  • s05e04
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    4 years ago
    21:00

    George Clarke helps a couple in Harrogate convert two crumbling church buildings into a pair of beautiful homes.

  • s05e03
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    4 years ago
    21:00

    George Clarke is in Pembrokeshire to help restore a Georgian Gazebo Tower and make it a livable property.

  • s05e02
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    21:00

    George joins Lee Head, who is attempting to convert a Victorian railway station in Northumberland into his family home.

  • s05e01
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    21:00

    George Clarke join Colin and Emma who buy a Edwardian Baptist Church in Oxenhope and want to turn it into a five-bedroom family home with a meagre budget.