Paul Martin's Handmade Revolution Episode guide

  1. Episode 10

    10/10 Paul Martin meets a team of master cutlers in a Sheffield scissor factory.

    First broadcast: 19 Oct 2012

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  2. Episode 9

    9/10 Paul Martin travels to Wales to meet master weaver Stuart Neil.

    First broadcast: 18 Oct 2012

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  3. Episode 8

    8/10 Paul Martin travels to St Ives to learn about the traditions of studio pottery.

    First broadcast: 17 Oct 2012

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  4. Episode 7

    7/10 Paul Martin visits Newlyn, Cornwall, celebrating its handmade tradition of metal working.

    First broadcast: 16 Oct 2012

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  5. Episode 6

    6/10 Paul Martin enters a world where heritage meets high fashion.

    First broadcast: 15 Oct 2012

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  6. Episode 5

    5/10 Paul Martin visits one of the UK's last glass cones in Stourbridge.

    First broadcast: 12 Oct 2012

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  7. Episode 4

    4/10 Paul Martin meets a silversmith at the top of his game.

    First broadcast: 11 Oct 2012

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  8. Episode 3

    3/10 Paul Martin meets Ann-Magreth Bohl, sculptor-in-residence at the Rococo Gardens.

    First broadcast: 10 Oct 2012

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  9. Episode 2

    2/10 Paul Martin uncovers a traditional skill on the waterways of Shropshire.

    First broadcast: 09 Oct 2012

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  10. Episode 1

    1/10 Paul Martin travels to Derbyshire to try his hand at an ancient woodland skill.

    First broadcast: 08 Oct 2012

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