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Series 1 (Extended Versions)

Episode 7

Duration: 43 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One Yorks & LincsLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland HD

Available for 9 months

Sabrina Grant presents as a team of expert crafters transform unused objects into contemporary and functional items.

Today Gill is driving her beloved car for the last time. She has brought it to the workshop because it won’t pass another MOT, but she would much rather it was transformed than just scrapped. Metal and mechanics expert Titch has a practical idea that she really likes, while Leigh pitches a completely different transformation that nearly leaves her speechless.

A pair of ballet shoes attract fabric expert Elizabeth’s interest. They belong to Charlotte, who has spent her life dancing after being inspired by a dance teacher at the age of three. Having had a huge impact on Charlotte's life, the teacher passed away recently. Now a dance teacher herself, Charlotte would love the shoes to come out of their box in a cupboard and become something special.

Glen and Linda have brought in an old fire screen for metalsmith John to take a look at. It has been in Glen’s family for around 100 years, but some of the stained glass is broken and it has no purpose any more. John’s expertise means the screen is transformed, and Glen and Linda are thrilled.

And woodwork wonderwoman Daisy is set the challenge of transforming a single bowling pin. It belongs to Lara, who went to a bowling alley for her sixth birthday. Her dad had passed away just weeks before, and so the staff made Lara’s visit extra special and gave her the memento. Daisy has a plan to transform the bowling pin into a tribute to Lara’s dad that she can enjoy and pass down to her son. Show less


Sabrina Grant
Executive Producer:
Jane Rogerson
Executive Producer:
Ross Harper
Series Producer:
Kim Rossiter
Production Company:
Red Sky Productions Ltd

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