George Clarke's Old House, New Home

September 2021
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September 19, 2021

3.0 3 x
George visits a handsome turn-of-the-century terraced home, whose new owners are set on a monochrome colour scheme, and a workshop that makes antique effect mirrors. (S4 Ep2)
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September 12, 2021

4.0 3 x
George squeezes into an Edwardian workers cottage that's only half the size of a squash court, and visits a house with overwhelmingly Italian decor. (S4 Ep1)
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September 5, 2021

3.0 1 x
In Portsmouth, George helps a couple make sense of their poorly planned Victorian terrace. In the Cotswolds, he visits a woman converting two listed cottages into one family home. (S3 Ep4)
August 2021
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August 29, 2021

4.0 7 x
George tackles two Georgian properties: a Yorkshire townhouse with high ceilings and a heavy chandelier, and a farmhouse in the Peak District that's a decorative disaster. (S5 Ep3)
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August 22, 2021

3.0 17 x
In Yorkshire, George takes on a project that is part period house, part dog's dinner. In Buckinghamshire, the thought of a corner cocktail bar proves a real tonic. (S5 Ep2)
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August 22, 2021

4.5 17 x
In the West Midlands, George has a radical solution for a tricky Arts and Crafts conversion, and comes to the rescue of a former 18th-century pub swamped by dodgy DIY. (S3 Ep3)
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August 15, 2021

4.0 10 x
George helps people make period homes fit for modern life. In West Yorkshire, Pip is moving back into the home that she grew up in and is finding it emotional. (S5 Ep1)
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August 15, 2021

2.0 13 x
George visits a Victorian terrace in Plumstead that's been stripped of original features. Can he create a new layout without breaking the bank? Plus: a 1900s villa near Liverpool. (S3 Ep2)
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August 8, 2021

3.0 11 x
George meets a family of five with a Victorian coach house that's more 1960s than 1860s, and helps a young couple in Hove get to grips with a 16th-century gate house. (S6 Ep3/5)
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August 8, 2021

4.0 17 x
George Clarke helps owners of period properties transform them for 21st-century living, including an Edwardian home suffering from an extreme case of 1970s wall-to-wall panelling. (S3 Ep1)
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