Behind the façade of a well maintained Cheshire two-bedroom apartment lives 59-year-old Ray Byrne, an out-of-control collector who is literally trapped by his own possessions. Ray has managed to collect everything over the years, from old clothes to retro gadgets and broken electrical equipment. But with not much space to keep it all, his hoard has taken over nearly every corner of his home. His living room, bathroom, balcony and bedroom are largely inaccessible because of the amount of junk, and he has been forced to sleep in a cramped corner on the living room floor. Embarrassed by the situation, Ray's friend Julie is one of the few people who comes to his flat and she is desperate for him to get help. It's a shocking sight for Nick and Abigail, but they are determined to try to give Ray his life back, When Ray's hoard is taken to the warehouse, the scale of it is immense. Filling the space of three tennis courts, it includes: 1km of electrical cables; half a tonne of old clothes; two dozen TVs; 100 hi-fi separates; 70 odd speakers; and a mountain of old and broken computer equipment. The hoard is vast and contains mostly low-value items, so Nick will have his work cut out for him if he is to make enough money to pay for Abigail's redesign – a gentleman's club style interior which she hopes to get £2000 to complete. Luckily the discovery of some potentially valuable vintage cameras, telephones and military memorabilia gives Nick high hopes. Ray is ready to let a significant amount of his hoard go, so can Nick and Abigail to deliver and help Ray get his home and life back on track?