When is DIY SOS: The Big Build on BBC One, who’s in the group with Nick Knowles and what is the series about?

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NICK Knowles and his DIY SOS organisation continue their goal to change and urge another person’s vital situation.

The presenter and his organisation of builders, decorators and designers transport the length and extent of the country in an try to make someone’s vital conditions that little bit easier.

Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS squad return to renovate someone's else's life for the better

Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS squad return to renovate someone’s else’s life for the better

What time is DIY SOS The Big Build on?

The latest part front tonight (Monday Jul 17) on BBC One at 9pm.

It front at the same time as Ripper Street on BBC Two, Fearless on ITV and entertainment coverage on Channel 4.

You can locate the next episode, next week at the same time.

It will be accessible on iPlayer shortly after promote along with prior episodes.

How does DIY SOS work?

Nick and his group do implausible amounts of work in just days and the telly favourite admits they’re all “knackered” after completing the huge transformations on the show.

He told Radio Times: “We do 5 months’ work in 9 days. Volunteer builders mostly tell us they consider at first we must lie in some way, and then they find out we don’t.”

Show producers differentiate by thousands of applications to select families who are “at the finish of their tether” and have “nowhere else to turn”.

Series writer Hamish Summers explained: “Choosing who to help is very hard. We get up to 5,000 applications a year, hundreds of which meet the criteria.”

When the show first began back in 1999, it was about regulating DIY disasters but after floods hit in the north, the programme blending to partisan volunteers to help those in critical need of help.

Nick estimates they’ve carried out approximately £15million worth of work on the show so distant with locals all charity their skills for free – either it’s plastering or making cups of tea.

Nick believes the show has carried out 15million worth of work so distant with the help of internal volunteers

Nick believes the show has carried out £15million worth of work so distant with the help of internal volunteers

Where are the DIY SOS The Big Build group streamer tonight?

Tonight’s part sees Nick and the squad conduct to Wales to revisit 15-year-old Jack in Swansea. The teen suffers from a singular form of robust dystrophy and has endured a lifetime of unpleasant operations.

Due to his condition Jack is incompetent to make it upstairs to his bedroom and instead must nap in the vital room, making it formidable for the family to have anywhere to lay and socialise.

After conference of the formidable situation, Nick and his organisation arrive to renovate the family’s three-bedroom home.

Nick Knowles at work on DIY SOS

Nick heads up the group on the BBC show

Who is Nick Knowles?

Nick was innate in Southall, Middlesex, on Sep 21, 1962.

He is a TV presenter best famous as the horde of DIY SOS which first promote on the BBC in 1999.

In 2000, it became famous as DIY SOS: The Big Build with a slight change to its format.

He also hosts the BBC diversion show, Who Dares Wins.



 

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