Kevin returns to Kent to check on a highly experimental arch-shaped home built from clay tiles.
Kevin returns to Lake Windermere to check up on a couple.
Claire and Ian want to build a house large enough for their own dance floor and DJ booth.
A stonemason and his partner plan to restore a silver mine engine house.
In Herefordshire, a couple wants to live a virtually self-sufficient lifestyle.
Freddie and Ben want to convert their timber-framed barn in Essex into a space for their family.
Tim O'Donovan and his wife Philomena convert a lifeboat station in Tenby into a unique, contemporary home.
Kevin McCloud meets a couple trying to build a contemporary mansion on a south London estate, but are struggling with the dozens of design decisions they must make.
Kevin sees how Stefan and Annia fared with their mill cottage conversion in the Northumberland countryside.
When interior designer Kathryn Tyler decides to build her first home, she uses her skills to design and build the house herself.
Jonathan Belsey plans to build a house that is aesthetically pleasing, cheap to run and ecologically sound.
Kevin follows Simon and Jill Bennett's conversion of two timber framed barns; one turns out to be a medieval guild hall.
In Woodbridge, Lucie and Nat plan a responsible, low impact, ecologically sensitive home for their young family.
Architects Helen and Chris Seymour Smith get planning permission to build their own home in the middle of the Cotswolds.
A couple find a plot with a great view on the Scottish coast, but do not know what sort of home they want to build there.
A 150-year-old wooden barn is transformed into a home.
A West Sussex man begins work on a handmade wooden house, totally self-sufficient with no mains.
An environmentally friendly home is made from two barns.
A New Forest couple plans to build a highly individual wooden-framed house based on ideas gathered from America and Japan.
Former Pet Shop Boys manager Tom Watkins builds a modernist Bauhaus-inspired white cube property on the seafront.
A south London couple who have outgrown their tiny and cluttered Victorian house plan to build a modern, minimalist property.
Kevin McCloud follows a couple who are having their home designed and built in Germany, then re-assembled at their plot in Surrey in just seven days.
The Ostendorfs buy a disused violin factory in London and plan to transform the crumbling structure for Manhattan-loft-style living.
The Randolphs built their first house 10 years ago and now they decided to do it all over again.
Cruciform-shaped house in Lambourn, Berkshire.
Kevin McCloud meets keen environmentalists Helen Gould and Phil Reddy, who have their own ecologically friendly house, which is situated underground in the Cumbrian countryside.
Kevin McCloud meets a couple gutting their Victorian terraced house, to create a modern, light and open space.
Kevin McCloud meets a couple building a high-tech house complete with glass walls and wing-shaped roof.
Kevin McCloud meets a couple who have purchased a grade-two listed Victorian timber-clad barn and plan an ambitious renovation.
Leanne Smith and Chris Jones have their hearts set on converting a disused industrial waterworks into their dream house. Kevin McCloud is on site to follow the progress.
Kevin McCloud meets with John and Terri Westlake, who intend to knock down a derelict house and commission commercial architects to build them a new one.
A couple rebuilds a 300-year-old set of ruins into the cottage it once was.
Rebuilding two ancient run-down barns in South Devon.
A couple in North London who are looking to build their hi-tech, modern house in a quiet north London street. Sarah, a jewellery designer and Coneyl, a photographer, have long dreamt of the perfect work and living space.
An innovative program allows people who can't afford to buy a home of their own to build one.
Rupert and Julie prepare to take their chances on building a very expensive and very experimental idea in Lambourn Valley.
Kevin McCloud revisits Adrian and Corrina; the couple show how they have made a 300 year old ruin their first home.
A 19th century steel mill is transformed into a home.
Kevin McCloud visits the Sussex Downs to follow the construction of a New England-style kit.
A Georgian mansion is built from scratch.
A couple builds a glass and steel house.
Two architects choose some unusual materials for a home in Islington.
A couple from Birmingham are trying to convert a Cornish chapel into a home and a teleworking office.
A Suffolk couple attempt to build a 100 per cent environmentally friendly house - complete with solar-powered heating, grey-water systems, reclaimed materials and a composting toilet - but just how practical are their green ideals?
How an Amersham couple managed to get permission to build on green-belt land by designing an 'invisible' home.
This edition looks at a Brighton co-operative of ten young families, including ex-travellers and single parents, who are helping to build their own homes in return for substantial rent subsidies.
A couple constructs a traditional English barn near Reading, Berkshire.
A couple race against time to finish building their dream home before the birth of their baby.
Tony and Sharon fall in love with a dilapidated, 200-year-old Georgian home in London.
A man tries to bring a nightclub feel to his one-bedroom flat in the Barbican.
Kevin returns to a Japanese-Welsh fusion home in the Wye Valley.
Two professors risk their life savings on a build of the world's first computer-cut house.
A man attempts to fulfil his childhood dream and bring back a castle set in one of the most beautiful landscapes of Ireland.
Lucie Fairweather and Nat McBride began to build an affordable eco home in Woodbridge for themselves and their two young children; they were determined to create an exciting, modern landmark home.
Architectural designer Lincoln Miles and his wife use alternative materials on a '70's bungalow on the Isle of Wight.
A couple try to build the ultimate fun family home, in the heart of London, with a dance floor, DJ booth and sauna.
Kevin returns to the minimalist eco home built by Mimi da Costa to see how it has changed the family.
In 2006, Daren Howarth and Adi Nortje moved from Brighton to Brittany to build a home almost entirely from recycled materials and to live a sustainable lifestyle; the work is finished and Kevin returns to see if the project has been a success.
Kevin McCloud travels to Herefordshire to meet a young couple who is building its first home in the center of an ancient village, surrounded by beautiful medieval cottages.