DIY SOS is a British DIY television series made for the BBC, presented by Nick Knowles. The first episode was broadcast on 7 October 1999 and the show is still airing today. As well as being a DIY programme it also features comic relief from the cast.
Many Brits have moved to France to buy crumbling French chateaus to renovate into stunning homes. This series follows their progress and sees them try to use their homes as a business for events, etc.
The popular makeover show that has the team taking on challenges around Aotearoa (New Zealand). Long-running series Marae DIY brings a tangata whenua twist to the home renovation format. Series creator Nevak Rogers describes the bilingual production as "the programme which helps marae knock out their 10 year plans in just four days".
D.I.Y. America is a 2009 web video documentary series by director Aaron Rose which premiered on December 1, 2009 on Wieden+Kennedy Entertainment's website.
Disaster DIY is a show on HGTV Canada about "Do-It-Yourselfer"s who have failed at their own home renovations and are in desperate need of some on-the-job training. The host is Bryan Baeumler and it is directed by Craig Goodwill. The projects are located in the Greater Toronto Area. The show is produced by Si Entertainment.
Host Steve Spangler shows viewers how to conduct amazing science experiments in their own homes. Steve explores a different science concept each episode, using everyday items for his fun experiments - proving that anyone can be a scientist.