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Season 28 / Episode 4 and airs on 29 June 2017 21:00
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.
The team is in Lymington to restore harmony to Carrie and Rob's household, as the couple's relationship has been in tatters since they attempted a makeover of their kitchen. The pair knocked down a wall and ripped up a floor before realising they couldn't live in the house anymore - so Carrie's headed home to her mum's and it's up to the DIY SOS crew to bring her back by sorting out the mess.
New designer Julia Kendall's first design is an open-plan kitchen inspired by natural elements. But will she survive her first week with the burly builders?
Home renovations with Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team, in Sheffield to help sort out the Pickering family.
When husband Stuart was in hospital his wife Shelley got stuck into some DIY and knocked down the entire internal wall in their flat, so for the past three years they have been sleeping in full view of their neighbours. Can the DIY SOS bunch make their dreams come true and give them a peaceful place to rest?
Designer Julia Kendell has some fabulous tricks up her sleeve to convert this catastrophe of a bedroom into an Orient-themed spiritual space for Stuart and Shelley to relax in.
Home renovations with Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team, in Wigan to ease Caroline Davies's worries. Her husband Mike would not stop doing DIY despite doctors telling him it was putting his life in danger following heart surgery.
So, having banned him from working on their house, she has now been left with a half-finished living room. On a mission to prove that blue isn't cold, designer Julia Kendell is intent on turning a drab room into a stunning showstopper.
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are in Essex to help the Taylor family. Window cleaner Kerry fell 25 feet from a ladder and is confined to his wheelchair. With no bathroom downstairs he has to wait until wife Jacquie is home to help him. So it's down to DIY SOS to turn the garage into a bathroom in five days.
Designer Julia Kendell's mission is to create a contemporary shower-room with easy wheelchair access, but with no compromise on style.
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are in Gosport to help Cathy Walton, whose partner died in a freak accident having just started work on their new home. Cathy, partial to a touch of glamour, is now bringing up her young family in the middle of a half-completed loungeroom.
Can designer Julia Kendell help the team create a living space which is family friendly without skimping on the sparkle?
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are in Upchurch, Kent, to help Neil and Leslie Sheppard. Neil was digging the footings for an extension last year when he accidentally dug too far and the front of the house fell down. He has worked day and night to get four walls up whilst the family has to live apart. Can the team and their winsome designer Julia Kendell come up with a fresh and stylish kitchen fit for all the family in just five days?
Nick Knowles and the team are in Romford to sort out the Morris family's DIY disaster. They have been trying to convert the loft of their bungalow into a space suitable for Sharon's 17-year-old autistic son Perry, who doesn't have a bedroom of his own.
It is down to the DIY SOS crew to create a place for Perry that will help him live as independently as possible, whilst still keeping him in the family home where he feels safe.
Designer Julia Kendell and the team need to turn an attic into a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.
Nick Knowles and the team come to the aid of Debbie Jones, who lives in West Bromwich with her 8 year-old son, Tyler. Debbie's heart condition makes it impossible for her to do the work needed to turn their home into somewhere Tyler can bring his friends back to after school.
Can the team beat the 7-day deadline and fix the mess to create a living room in which Debbie and Tyler can spend quality time together?
Designer Julia Kendall is on hand to create a minimal yet comfortable Indonesian-themed lounge that both mother and son can enjoy.
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