Next Episode of The Dengineers is
Season 3 / Episode 11 and airs on 27 January 2019 08:30
On The Dengineers, Mark Wright and Lauren Layfield use expert help to make over dream dens for children.
Brothers Alec and William are very proud of their Scottish heritage. And it's not just their family they're proud of, they think Scotland has a really interesting history and they want to celebrate it. The problem is that Alec and William live in a remote part of Scotland and there aren't that many kids around to play with, so they want a den to play in that looks like a traditional Scottish castle.
Joe and Lauren get the help of experts to design dream dens for children. Nine-year-old Nya shares a room with her two-year-old brother who often wakes her at night and keeps her up to play with him. She really needs her own space to indulge her love of martial arts. She wants it to be a dojo on the inside so she can practice and not worry about her brother getting in the way.
Ten-year-old Dilara has a Turkish dad and an English mum. She loves her dual heritage and misses Turkey with all its sights and smells, particularly her grandma's Turkish tea. She would like to share her passion for Turkey with her friends at home in Leeds, but there isn't enough room in her house. So, she needs a Turkish den.
Nine-year-old Kiran is a big fan of a certain boy wizard and a bit like his hero, he's had his life turned upside down. He recently changed schools, moved miles away from all his friends and he hasn't complained once. That's because Kiran helps look after his mum, who has a disability which means she has trouble moving around. His mum's condition meant they needed to be nearer to family. In a place they are still getting used to, Kiran, and Pudding his dog, need somewhere they can escape, to let imaginations run wild and let their love of witchcraft and wizardry come to life.
Eleven-year-old Cammy is one of six siblings. You'd think that would be reason enough for him to deserve his own space, but Cammy also has Sensory Processing Disorder. Sometimes the bustle of his busy family home is too much for him, and when he gets agitated he knows it's too much for his siblings. He thinks they need a break from him as much as he needs a break from them. Cammy's SPD means he can be oversensitive to certain sounds, smells textures and flavours. He needs a place where he can be on his own, in calm and quiet to let his senses relax.
Twelve-year-old Will loves rugby but he had to give it up in order to have chemotherapy. Will has Langerhans Cell Hystiocytosis and it's his rugby community that has got him through it. Being restricted to the sidelines is getting him down so he needs a rugby den to keep him in the game.
Joe and Lauren look back at all the amazing dens built throughout the series. They reminisce about the great kids, the tense surprises, and the big reveals.
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