The Repair Shop – tonight’s episode and how to watch online

The Repair Shop tonight - is it new or a repeat?
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The Repair Shop is back on BBC One tonight – here’s all you need to know about this evening’s episode.

Presented by Jay Blades, The Repair Shop is the workshop of dreams with a team of Britain’s most skilled restoration experts. In each show, members of the public bring along their much loved but broken family treasures for the team to breathe new life into them, while also revealing the personal stories behind the items.

The series first made its debut on UK TV on BBC Two in 2017 before moving to BBC One in the afternoons. It’s proved so popular, it now airs in BBC One prime time.

Jay Blades. Picture: BBC/Ricochet Ltd
Jay Blades. Picture: BBC/Ricochet Ltd

Watch The Repair Shop on TV and online

The Repair is back on BBC One tonight (Wednesday, 20 September) with a new episode.

You can watch episodes online and catch up via BBC iPlayer here.

You can also watch episodes from past series on the iPlayer.

Tonight’s The Repair Shop episode

The Repair Shop returns with tonight – Wednesday, 8PM on 20 September – with episode 10 from Series 12.

In this episode, the team faces a series of intricate restoration challenges.

Farah brings in a cherished 100-year-old handwritten Qur’an that has been passed down for generations, seeking Chris Shaw’s expertise to repair torn pages and misshaped binding while respecting its religious significance.

Then, Harry and Belinda arrive with a rusty old scooter, a family heirloom that has seen better days, and Dominic Chinea works his magic to make it look brand new for the next generation.

Gaspare presents a treasured topographical painting of his hometown, Marsala, with historical significance, requiring Lucia Scalisi’s careful restoration.

Finally, Richard and Nicky entrust a broken diamond ring containing precious ashes to master goldsmith Richard Talman for a delicate repair, preserving its sentimental value.

The Repair Shop currently airs on BBC One.

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