Gwyn and Kate purchased a decaying classic 1920s cinema in the centre of Thorne in South Yorkshire when they became desperate for more space for their family. They then set out about renovating and extending the wreck to create the perfect family home.
Jonathan Broom and his wife Deborah have put their lives on hold, as he follows his dream of a miniature, lavish Hollywood Hills-style mansion. They purchase a small piece of land in North London, but it's fraught with problems, and the only way they can build their ambitious family home, with nanny flat and swimming pool, is by putting half of it six metres below ground.
Martin and Kae Walker are hoping to build the ultimate family home near York, inspired by a giant farm shed. Kae's vision is for a home that makes the business of being a mother easier, with a central command centre from which she'll be able to keep track of the children wherever they are in the house.
Jon's life ended up changing forever after he stepped on a land mine in Afghanistan and lost three limbs. His home before the accident was a crooked chocolate box Devon cottage. After endless viewings of uninspiring specialist dwellings and awkward conversions, Jon and his partner realised that the only way to get a house that would enable Jon to live independently was to build it from scratch themselves.
Colin Mackinnon and Marta Briongos have ambitious plans to build an incredible metal sculptural home next to a runway, designed by one of Scotland's most famous architects and inspired by aircraft hangars.
Tamayo Hussey has missed Japan ever since leaving the country with her husband Nigel Hussey. They have decided to transform a 60s forester's lodge into a one-of-a-kind Japanese house.
A couple Iin South London attempt to convert an average 1950s house by turning it into an architectural masterpiece.
Kevin meets Kevin McCabe who wants to build a cob castle in Devon.
Michael Butcher and Phil Palmer fell in love with Christmas Farm, near Newbury, and decided to give up their urban media jobs and move to the country.
Around ten years ago Gil and Hillary Briffa retired to southern Spain. Instead of creating a home like the traditional old fincas in the area, their architect son designed them a confrontational, modernist glass box, surrounded by boldly colourful connected rooms, behind a giant citadel wall.
About six years ago Lucie Fairweather and Nat McBride built an affordable eco home in Woodbridge for themselves and their two young children. Kevin returns to find out what they are upto now.