Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.\n\nRadio expert Mark Stuckey has a job on his hands repairing a 1930s transistor radio brought into the barn by David Hill from Brecon. The radio was given to David’s father by an army officer on the beaches at Dunkirk during the Second World War, and after being successfully shepherded through the bullets and the crashing waves to safety, it became the Hill family’s pride and joy. But the 75 years since have not been kind, with the vintage transistor battered and broken both inside and out, and it takes all of Mark’s experience to get it playing once again.\n\nHorologist Steve Fletcher leads a team restoration of an old grandfather clock that holds many precious memories for its owner Christine, who is unaware that her best friend Karen has contacted the Repair Shop to have it repaired. With Steve drafting in specialist help from dial restorer Cindy Welland and wood expert Will Kirk, the clock is finally ready to be returned to an unsuspecting Christine, and her reaction leaves not a dry eye in the house.\n\nAnd master saddler Susie Fletcher takes on the repair of a battered leather mahjong case with huge sentimental value to its owner Lindsay, whose mother bought it with her as a child, and who has lovingly treasured it ever since.
Source: BBC 2