The Repair Shop is decked with holly and the team fix up festive family treasures, including the only Christmas present received by evacuee Patricia in 1939, a Betty Doll.
The Repair Shop is decked with holly and a dedicated team of Britain's most passionate and skilled crafts people are beavering away like busy Christmas elves repairing and rescuing beloved festive treasures.
A Victorian version of a juke box called a polyphon that has rusted into silence moves sisters Ann and Kathryn to tears when they hear it play the family's favourite carol for the first time in decades, and the only Christmas present received by evacuee Patricia in 1939, Betty Doll, is lovingly brought back life.
Also in the Repair Shop this Christmas are a rustic but rickety Nordic sleigh, a battered 100-year-old school Nativity and an 18th-century Madonna and child painting, all with unique restoration challenges for the expert team.
Celebrating the season of joy and giving, The Repair Shop at Christmas is the festive fairy tale that transforms broken treasures into beautiful gifts, proving that 'make do and mend' is still a philosophy to live by after all these years.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Rob Butterfield|
|Executive Producer||Sam Wilson|
|Series Producer||Emma Walsh|
|Production Company||Ricochet Limited|