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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.
Home improvement mishaps remedied as Nick Knowles and the team travel to Ramsgate to give Sharon and Steve a room to renew their wedding vows in. The original DIY SOS designer Brigid Calderhead is back and she's got her work cut out restoring period features to create an elegant Victorian reception room with a modern edge.
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are in Nottingham to help the Johnson family finish their bathroom that got destroyed by a flood when a water pipe broke.
As Mark and Vicky try to create a bigger bathroom in order to provide wheelchair access for their eight-year-old son who has a brain tumour, a flood sets them back and the bathroom remains a building site.
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are in Swansea to save the day for the Harris family. A catalogue of disasters have meant that their supposed children's bedroom and play area is still bricks and mortar.
A leaking sewer flooded the house, ruining all the work they've done and halting progress. The room also has a mezzanine level which proves to be a challenge for Brigid to design.
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are in Stoke-on-Trent to create an open-plan kitchen-diner for the Harris family.
Their youngest daughter suffers from a condition which means she could stop breathing at any time, so she cannot be left unattended for a second. Two rooms have been knocked into one, but that is where the work has stopped. It is up to the DIY SOS team to finish what the family started, but can they make their dream a reality?
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are in Surrey to help two long-distance lovers by turning a river barge into a familly-friendly love boat.
With one half living on the boat and the other living two hours away, the DIY SOS crew try to steer their relationship away from the rocks by renovating the bachelor pad into a calmer vessel.
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are in Wolverhampton to help a family complete work on a garage conversion.
Paul and Pauline Whitehouse have six kids, including a daughter with Down's syndrome and twins with learning difficulties, but ran out of bedrooms as the family grew so decided to turn their garage into a kitchen - only to run out of cash.
Can the DIY SOS team put an end to the Whitehouse family's TV dinners?
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