Wednesdays, 3:00 PM ET on Channel 4
Exclusive access behind the scenes at The Landmark Trust, following some amazing restorations projects, and delving into the history behind them.
Following the final push to complete the restoration of St Edward's Presbytery in Ramsgate, which was designed by architect Augustus Pugin. Elsewhere, Alastair Dick-Cleland visits an unusual Martello tower at Aldeburgh in Suffolk that is battling to stay afloat, and Anna Keay explores Appleton Water Tower in Sandringham Park, investigating its role in disease and death on the Royal Estate.
The restoration of St Edward's Presbytery begins, a Grade I masterpiece which was designed and owned by architect Augustus Pugin. Alastair Dick-Cleland oversees the recreation of an oriel window which was destroyed in the 1950s, while at Belmont House, John Evetts calls upon craftspeople to ensure it is ready for its first paying guests. Plus, Anna Keay learns about the secret technique which holds Astley Castle together.