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Season 29 / Episode 5 and airs on 17 January 2019 20:00
Nick Knowles and the team issue a call to arms and recruit friends, family and local trades to help transform the homes of families across Britain.
In dire need of TLC, a community centre in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, gets a visit from Nick Knowles and the team. The centre has a great football team, but the clubhouse is in such a state that they're reluctant to invite other teams to play. We also meet families pleading for the show's help.
Two-year-old Mia Phillips from Pembrokeshire suffers from cystic fibrosis. She needs constant care, and as a result her bedroom is crammed full of daunting medical paraphernalia. Parents Merrilee and Chris want to build a separate play area for their daughter. Cue Nick Knowles and his team of trusty workmen.
An incomplete extension means that Elsie and Duncan Pinches have put up with a kitchen lacking any natural daylight for 13 years. Nick Knowles and the team set to work on bringing a ray of sunshine into that dingy space. At the same time, they treat the couple to a dazzling new country-style kitchen.
Faced with a pricey housing market, Kate and Craig settled for a property that hadn't been worked on since the 1930s. It turned out to be a money pit, and with the couple's savings gone, work ground to a halt. Enter Nick Knowles and the team to transform a tired lounge-diner into a modern space with an art deco twist. But will it suit a potential new arrival?
Daniel and Eve Luke bought a big old house divided into flats with the plan of converting it back into a beautiful home for their family. A year later the house still has no proper bathroom. Can Nick Knowles and the team realise Eve's dream of a hot bath?
With five kids, single mum Sarah has no time for DIY, but her family desperately needs a dining area. Cue Nick Knowles with an African-themed design.
A kitchen needs to be fitted in a week at a house in Tisbury, Wiltshire for a stressed-out couple.
The team enlist the help of the Navy to turn an empty shell of a building into an indoor education centre at Bath City Farm. With Nick Knowles.
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