BBC’s Long-Running Home Renovation Show DIY SOS Renewed for Two More Series

DIY SOS Billy Byrne, Gaby Blackman, Nick Knowles, Chris Frediani

The BBC has announced that South Shore has won the competitive tender to produce the hugely popular home renovation programme DIY SOS for two more series.

DIY SOS has been a staple of the BBC’s programming schedule for over two decades, with more than 200 episodes aired since its launch in 1999. The show has a dedicated forum and is the longest-running show of its format.

Each episode sees presenter Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team, including Chris, Jules, and Billy, take on challenging projects to transform the homes of families across Britain. They are joined by friends, family, local trades, and volunteers to create life-changing transformations and improve the lives of people who need it the most.

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The show has celebrated the best of humanity and highlighted the selfless acts of volunteers and tradespeople who turn up to help. It has also showcased the resilience and generosity of communities across the UK.

Paolo Proto, Executive Producer for BBC Studios’ DIY SOS, expressed pride in the DIY SOS team and the communities that came together to create positive change. He emphasised that people are at the heart of everything they do, and the show champions ordinary people doing extraordinary things.

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