Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.\n\nA tired-looking and dilapidated old rocking horse arrives at the barn, requiring the joint attention of furniture restorer Will Kirk and saddlery expert Suzie Fletcher. The rocking horse has been part of owner Julie’s life since childhood, but after she carried out a bodged renovation with her husband Paul, they always planned to return to the job and make a second attempt at restoration together. Sadly, before they could begin, Paul was diagnosed with terminal cancer and passed away just a few weeks ago. Now Julie has grandchildren on the way, so can Will and Suzie help keep Paul’s dream alive and revive this much-loved heirloom for future generations. \n\nStorm clouds gather for horologist Steve Fletcher as he attempts to revive a century-old Barograph. This remarkable device was invented at a time of Victorian ingenuity to test and record weather pressure, and it is now the proud possession of meteorology student Ollie, who is keen to use it to help prepare his online weather forecasts. Not only does the whole clock mechanism need a full overhaul, but the whole thing is thick with grime, meaning Steve has a challenge on his hands to get the clockwork mechanism working once more.\n\nAnd pinball wizard Geoffrey Harvey has great fun bringing a vintage machine ricocheting back to life.
Source: BBC 2