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James May is out to prove why traditional, old fashioned toys are still relevant today when he pushes them to the limit in spectacular, supersize challenges.

Genres: History | Children
Station: BBC One (UK)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Ended
Start: 2009-10-27

James May's Toy Stories Season 1 Air Dates


S01E01 - Airfix Air Date: 27 October 2009 20:00 -

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James May is out to prove why traditional, old-fashioned toys are still relevant by pushing them to the limit in spectacular, supersize challenges. From full-size Lego houses to bridges made completely ofMeccano, he shows what they are capable of.

In this programme, James takes model aeroplanes to a new level when he tries to make a full-size Spitfire out of Airfix. The venture soon hits problems when it becomes clear the giant 36-foot pieces may not be strong enough, and nobody knows how they will fit together.

James hopes he can enthuse a group of reluctant teenagers to help him pull it off - but he soon realises he has another big battle on his hands convincing them it is a hobby to be proud of.


S01E02 - Plasticine Air Date: 03 November 2009 20:00 -

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James May continues his quest to show just what is possible with old-fashioned toys by using them on a scale never seen before.

James tries to make a garden entirely out of Plasticine and then enter it at the Chelsea Flower Show.

He persuades thousands of members of the British public to help make the thousands of Plasticine flowers he needs, but will it be enough to persuade the guardians of the world's most prestigious horticultural event to let him make a garden with no real flowers in it?

While visiting celebrities like Stephen Fry and Joanna Lumley are clearly impressed with James's creation, the RHS judges take a dimmer view, forcing James to defy tradition and take matters into his own hands.


S01E03 - Meccano Air Date: 10 November 2009 20:00 -

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James May continues his quest to show what is possible with old-fashioned toys by using them on a scale never seen before.

James joins forces with Edwina Currie to build a full-size bridge from nothing but Meccano. Top engineers pitch incredible designs, but the project soon careers out of control when the Meccano does not arrive and James realises the structure will take longer to build than he imagined. A last-minute accident also means that James's bridge may never see the light of day.


S01E04 - Scalextric Air Date: 17 November 2009 20:00 -

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James May continues his quest to show what is possible with old-fashioned toys by using them on a scale never seen before.

James attempts to build the biggest Scalextric track in the world, nearly three miles long, on the site of Britain's oldest grand prix track at Brooklands in Surrey. The track will have to go through people's gardens, over ponds and rivers and even negotiate a business park. Who will win the race of the century, the plucky locals or the team of Scalextric experts?


S01E05 - Lego Air Date: 20 December 2009 20:00 -

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James May continues his quest to show what is possible with old-fashioned toys by using them on a scale never seen before.

In one of his biggest challenges yet, James attempts to build a full-size house out of Lego.

With thousands of people and over three million Lego bricks, James attempts to do what no-one has ever managed, to build a two-storey house using this colourful toy.

Such an ambitious undertaking is not without its problems and James soon has issues with planning regulations, an interior designer who can't get her Lego furniture to stay in one piece and a structural engineer who tries desperately to stop everything from coming crashing down.


S01E06 - Hornby Air Date: 25 December 2009 20:00 -

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James May continues his quest to show what is possible with old-fashioned toys by using them on a scale never seen before.

This time he attempts to build the longest ever model railway track - a whopping ten miles long. He builds it in Devon, linking two towns, Barnstaple and Bideford, which last had a train service over forty years ago.

Thousands of people turn out to help, but how will James's childhood model train cope in the pouring rain, with leaves on the line and every bit of mud in the way the scaled-up size of a boulder?

His old friend and railway enthusiast Oz Clarke turns up to lend a hand, but nature and the odds look to be against the plucky little engine in what is probably James's most ambitious idea yet.

James May's Toy Stories Actors

James May(James May)



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