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.
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The Repair Shop airs on BBC One. The show is currently airing repeat episodes.
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Tonight's The Repair Shop episode
The Repair Shop returns with tonight - Tuesday, 8PM on 22 June - with a repeat of episode 9 of series 5.
Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.
Tonight, father and son Simon and Jake Mosely are hoping optics expert Richard Biggs and metal expert Dominic Chinea can get an ingenious, if unorthodox, telescope working again. Simon’s grandfather built it entirely from bits salvaged from scrap yards and bomb sites while working as an air raid warden during the Second World War.
Saddler Suzie Fletcher is brought a briefcase once owned by an intrepid traveller. Now belonging to Rupert Truman, this heirloom once accompanied Rupert’s father across Africa on many work and family adventures, but is now beginning to show its age.
The next job falls to furniture restorer Will Kirk. Kathryn Lovell and her dad John have brought in a writing bureau that once belonged to Kathryn’s grandparents, who ran the village post office and would sit for hours at the bureau, writing letters and doing the books.
The final challenge of the day sees Dominic Chinea attempting to revive a rare and curious children’s toy. The 'Flexiwhirl' seesaw gave owner Joanna Butterwick immense joy as a child, and she hopes the team can help her replicate that for future generations. The seesaw dates from the 1930s and was ahead of its time: not only did it go up and down, it also went round and round.
The Repair Shop currently airs Tuesday night on BBC One.