Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.\n\nKeith Kear from Epping Forest has a junior drum kit for musical instrument expert Pete Woods to work on. The 1920s drums were originally his father’s, and then a young Keith played them to his heart's content. Keith's sons were the next to enjoy them, but all that banging by enthusiastic young drummers has left them worse for wear. The skins are torn, the metal work rusted, and the cymbals and triangle have fallen off. \n\nChristine Upton from Kent hopes top brass Steve Fletcher can reignite an old flame from her past and convert a lamp, currently with an electrical fitting, back to its original oil-burning state. The lamp lit many a dark night during Christine's childhood visits to her grandparents' farm, and she would love to bring back all those happy memories and share them with her grandchildren. \n\nDominic Chinea and Jay sharpen up their acts with a vintage power tool. Father and son John and Chris Dearlove from East Sussex have brought Dom a 100-year-old fret saw. Once the pride and joy of John’s father, who was a keen carpenter, it was used to make toys for the family’s children. John, who has inherited his father's love, would like to have it restored so he can use it too.
Source: BBC 2