Season 1, Episode 3 – “Inside the Royal Ontario Museum”
Mysteries filled darkened rooms in the archives of Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum. Join us as we unwrap the story behind a 2,000-year-old baby mummy, uncover the explosive function of a peculiar piece of ancient Islamic pottery, and unearth a missing dinosaur lost for decades within the museum’s walls. These stories, plus a Sioux headdress without an owner and a stuffed prize-winning bulldog with a dark secret of its own, all hidden in plain sight at Canada’s most popular museum.
In Stirlingshire, Bobby Halliday’s ten bespoke house farm steading development nears completion. Used to designing for what his clients demand, Bobby has to design a home that has no buyer, so the pressure is on him to make it somewhere that will appeal to everyone. On the other side of the site he’s dealing with the polar opposite problem, as one client’s obsession with cars forces a complete redesign of the house they’re moving in to. Near Edinburgh, Christopher Dinnis and Carolyn Whiteford work with a family to gain planning permission to convert an old silversmiths in the heart of a conservation village into a family home. Tough negotiations with the planners ensue, will Chris and Carolyn be able to pull it off?
Season 01, Episode 02 — ”Down in the Dumps”
A single mom has a garage overflowing with junk, and it’s up to Kraig and the Garage Brothers to transform it into a room where her two rambunctious sons can play. Frank and Peaches do the heavy lifting but don’t find much. Kraig is down in the dumps when all they recover are a few trinkets and a toilet. Will this job put them in the hole, or will a last minute find flush out a profit?