A selection of programmes to inspire and, elevate your home experience.
The judges are in Central Scotland in search of a finalist for Scotland’s Home of the Year
Joe Swift and Jo Whiley meet some of the RHS Young Designer competition finalists.
Four apartments in York go head to head in order to impress the five local judges.
Jules Hudson is in Shropshire with newlyweds who have £400,000 to buy a home.
Christine Walkden hears the story of how the Snowdon Mountain Railway was built.
Chris Bavin travels to Wisbech to learn how the Bloomers plan to unite their divided town.
The team are out and about in Birmingham at the annual Gardeners’ World Live show.
Adam Khan finds a way of splitting a home in two to help Mary and her adult son Luke.
The quintessentially English manor of Chavenage House in the Cotswolds.
Keri and Mark in Corby want a garden built around a bar to replace their boring lawn.
A couple remodel their house after choosing a breathtaking design in virtual reality.
Christine Walkden's balloon odyssey takes her to the Borders region of Scotland.
Joe Swift and Jo Whiley take a first look at the world’s largest annual flower show.
A look back at the 1980s, when more money was spent on homes than ever before.
Nick Knowles and the team help a victim of the terrorist attack on Westminster Bridge.
Competition is hotting up between Carole’s greenhouse and Brian’s polytunnel.
Piers helps Lee with his half-built, half-baked extension plans.
The team help a man and his daughter after the death of their wife and mother.
Ian Carmichael and Leslie Phillips explore the histories of two stately homes. (2002)
The series starts with the biggest lifestyle revolution of them all, the 1960s.
Programme charting how DIY transformed the interior design of British homes.
A look at couples with incompatible taste. (1992)