The first item is a charming 1950s scrapbook that tells the tale of an incredible incident involving an escaped circus bear and a plucky policeman. The policeman's granddaughter, Mary, is hoping the team can save the crumbling book of clippings and pictures that was lovingly compiled by her grandmother. Bookbinder Chris Shaw and paper conservator Louise Drover join forces and come to the rescue. \n\nFurniture restorer Will Kirk tackles a desk that has seen some serious swotting. Owner Ray received the desk as a gift from his father, who was keen for his son to make something of himself. Thanks to countless hours at this desk, Ray passed his 11-plus and feels he owes both his dad and this old desk thanks. \n\nAnd expert in all things clockwork Steve Fletcher gets to grips with a defunct wind-up train. Made from scratch by owner Graeme's father, the train has been out of action for decades. The wind-up engine is on the blink, several wheels are missing from its tender and its paintwork is chipped and dented. Steve has to get into the mind of its creator to figure this one out, and Lucia is on hand to give the bodywork a new lease of life.
Source: BBC 2