Grand Designs

2019

Aylesbury Vale

4.0 3 x
Kevin meets a couple converting a listed mini-castle in Buckinghamshire into a family home. The Saxon burial ground the folly is built upon throws up some macabre surprises.
46:49

Revisit: Hampshire, 2009

3.0 5 x
Alex and Cheryl moved to the New Forest to restore a medieval thatched cottage. Kevin McCloud returns to see if, after years of heartache, they are now able to enjoy the good life.
46:49

Yorkshire, 2009

3.0 1 x
Kevin McCloud retuns to meet Francis Shaw who has been restoring a 15th century peel tower in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, which has become a real labour of love.
46:49

Newcastle, 2011

3.0 2 x
Kevin follows the epic story of the longest ever Grand Design, as Stefan and Ania set out to transform a derelict mill cottage in the beautiful Northumberland countryside into a cutting-edge home
46:49

Brighton, 2009

3.0 3 x
Barry Surtees, who lives in Brighton's most moneyed suburb, decides to build a four storey modern mansion, complete with pool, gym, artist's studio, fantasy bedroom and Japanese roof garden.
46:49

Newport, 2009

3.0 0 x
Sarah and Dean Berry escaped their council estate roots in Newport for London, but now they've moved back to Wales and bought an 18th century folly - a castle perched on a hilltop.
47:14

Revisit: Brighton, 2012

3.0 5 x
Kevin revisits Brighton and finds himself genuinely inspired by a pioneering build from the first ever series of Grand Designs, based on revolutionary designs from architect Walter Segal
46:49

Somerset, 2009

3.0 7 x
London couple Ian and Sophie Cooper plan to restore a 200-year-old listed industrial building in an area of outstanding natural beauty in Somerset
46:59

Revisit: Cambridgeshire, 2009

3.0 1 x
Kelly and Masoko Neville built an oak framed, straw baled house in the Cambridgeshire Fens. Kevin McCloud goes to see if they are managing to lead the self-sufficient life they craved.
46:59

Revisit: Cumbria, 2008

3.0 3 x
Five years on, Kevin McCloud goes back to the wilds of Cumbria to see how the Reddy family have adapted to their ecologically sound earth-sheltered home.
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