Welcome to Sherlock in 1895! It’s bowler hats, steam trains and hansom cabs galore in this special episode that sees our favourite Baker Street crime-solving duo on the streets of Victorian London, where there’s a chilling mystery to solve.
The city is abuzz with the tale of Emilia Ricoletti, who rose from the dead to murder her husband in cold blood, still wearing her wedding gown.
Now, the bloodthirsty apparition appears to be prowling the streets, and Sherlock and Watson must use all their ingenuity to confront an enemy seemingly from beyond the grave and uncover the terrible truth about the abominable bride.
When the troubled Dr Anna Macy unexpectedly finds herself back in her coastal hometown of Kettering in Tasmania, the case of a missing girl brings up painful memories from the past. Fifteen years ago, Anna left town after a traumatic incident where her best friend mysteriously disappeared after following strange lights in the sky.
Desperate to leave, but forced to stay, Anna finds herself experiencing disturbing symptoms as she slowly unravels the past and reveals the terrifying truth behind what happened to the missing girls.
Nick Knowles and his trusty team return with more life-changing 'big builds', transforming the homes of the deserving and the desperate. This time they're taking on the renovation of entire properties - even building extensions and loft conversions where possible! Joined by local tradespeople, suppliers and supported by the community, Nick and the team set out to rebuild the houses - and lives - of families with truly heart-breaking stories.
Managing so many workers inevitably creates tensions and the odd fall-out between friends, not to mention plenty of the show's trademark humour, but each challenge ends with a huge, feel-good reveal that leaves the owners looking forward to a bright new future and a sense of genuine achievement for all involved.
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