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What's for Sale? With a ViewWhat's for Sale? With a View

Building on the popular series What's For Sale comes the spin off What's for Sale...with a View. The new series takes viewers across North America featuring dream retreats with envious views. From mountain vistas and ocean views to serene vineyards and ultimate sunsets this series features the ultimate getaways.

The Hairy BuilderThe Hairy Builder

Dave Myers swaps his cookery for bricks and mortar as he joins a construction firm restoring buildings that have made Britain great.

Save My RenoSave My Reno

Sebastian Clovis and Sabrina Smelko help save the renovations of people who are in over their head.

A Sale Of Two CitiesA Sale Of Two Cities

In Sale of Two Cities, HGTV cameras follow two house-hunting families as they search for homes in different cities on the same budget.

Wilkes Welt - Ohne Plan zum TraumhausWilkes Welt - Ohne Plan zum Traumhaus
VOX, 2020 | Housing/Building, Documentary
Rating: 4/5

The documentary soap accompanies YouTube star and hobby craftsman Wilke Zierden on his new project: his own country house in the East Frisian style. For this purpose, the 32-year-old got hold of a 5000 square meter plot of land including a house that could be renovated at the beginning of 2020. Now the chaotic Youtuber is in the middle of the renovation work. However, he underestimated the challenge that such a project brings with it. Wilke Zierden may not have a plan, but there is plenty of motivation! And so family and friends are involved in realizing his dream of having his own country house. True to Wilkes' motto "Perfectionism is not for me. What I tackle needs rough edges, just like me!" it's not only up and down on the construction site, but also in the life of the Youtuber. Lots of new challenges await the scatterbrain and his family.

Grow Cook EatGrow Cook Eat

Grow Cook Eat is the FIRST SERIES ON RTE to respond to the burgeoning interest in growing your own food: you can grow vegetables and fruit in a very small garden, or even in containers on an apartment balcony. You don't need half an acre or a polytunnel to do it. Presented by Michael Kelly and Karen O'Donohoe of Grow it Yourself (GIY), each programme focuses on a particular vegetable and takes you through the entire process, from sowing the seed, to harvesting and to cooking.

House DoctorHouse Doctor

House Doctor is a television programme, originally broadcast on Channel 5 in the UK. Each week, the House Doctor - Californian real-estate stylist, Ann Maurice - helps UK home-owners sell their houses with her industry know-how and style tips. The popularity of the show has lent the word "house doctoring" to the British English lexicon, which is similar to the American term home staging. This program is now shown in many countries around the globe, which is broadening the use and familiarity of this term.

King of ThronesKing of Thrones

The average American spends as much time in the bathroom each year as they do on vacation - 14 days! So why not make the washroom a welcoming oasis where one can get away from it all while taking care of "business?" Destination America's KING OF THRONES - premiering on Tuesday, September 10 at 10pm E/P - is transforming boring, old and downright disgusting bathrooms into over-the-top prized potties and more. From a portable latrine that can keep an angler's "seat" warm while ice fishing, to a tech-lovers high-class fortress of solitude, the new home improvement series builds porcelain thrones fit for a king.

The Renovators AUThe Renovators AU

26 contestants that enter the biggest home makeover competition the world has ever seen! They are Australia's top renovators from all around the country - amateur and professional - who will join together in Sydney to take part in a competition to find Australia's best renovator. The winner will be the last remaining contestant responsible for the property that has increased most in value, and the prize is worth rolling up your sleeves and getting dirty for - the combined profit of each of the six houses after auction!

Restoring England's HeritageRestoring England's Heritage

Our buildings tell the story of the places where we live, and how they were shaped by the people who came before us. How they worked, played and what they fought for and what they believed in. But as time passes and fashions change, many of the buildings we once loved and valued are forgotten and left to fall into rack and ruin. Unless someone comes along with a dream to save them. But in an age of tight budgets and stretched priorities, which buildings should we save, and which should be put out of their misery? A look at England's endangered historic buildings, with each programme focused on a different region and presented by a different local talent.