Sabrina Grant presents as a team of expert crafters transform unused objects into contemporary and functional items.
Jesse took longer to learn how to ride a bike when he was young, due to a condition that affected his balance, so a bike from his youth has special meaning to him. He can’t bear to let it go, but it is just taking up space now that he has outgrown it. Interior designer Shelley and metalsmith Leigh offer Jesse a choice between two very radical transformations.
Paul brings in an old hi-fi that belonged to his parents. It no longer works, but he has fond memories of them dancing to records when he was growing up. Woodworker extraordinaire Daisy has an idea about how to transform it, but her challenge is to retain some of the record player’s distinguishing features.
Expert seamstress Elizabeth takes on the challenge of transforming a wartime Royal Navy kit bag that once belonged to Andrea’s father. It serves no purpose for her, but it’s a precious connection to her dad and the stories he once told. Can Elizabeth create something new that is useful but still reminds Andrea of her dad?
And Michael needs a new life for some old gym equipment. He has a glute machine that has sentimental value because it was one of the few pieces of kit he had when he opened his gym. Now the gym is thriving, and the machine is dated and unused. Maestro of metal Titch knows his way around exercise machines and has just the transformation for Michael. Show less