Inside Outside – House & Garden is a new streaming channel bringing you the best design shows and competitions from around the world. From creative insights and simple tips to inspirational DIY solutions, these award-winning shows are changing the way audiences view design, and helping people make their lives just a bit more beautiful.
Award-winning gardener, Monty Don, hosts the series from his garden in Longmeadow, while friends and designers Carol Klein, Joe Swift, and Rachel De Thame expand on each episode's theme. Check out some highlights from season 1.
Operation Homefront follows the antics of an A-Team of ex-military personnel on a rescue mission, against the clock: deploying the practical and team skills they developed in service on major construction makeovers for community projects that have run aground in the current economic squeeze.
No one likes to move, but what if your movers were also secretly your remodelers -- and they're going to redo three rooms of your new home without you knowing it? Find out if these homeowners will love or hate the final result.
More and more people are interested in returning to the land and growing their own produce -- and this show focuses on just that. From growing to preserving, learn the process of how to grow your own food and bring it to your table.
The Secret History of the British Garden - Trailer
Monty Don explores the fascinating history and evolution of the British garden, from the seventeenth century through to the modern day. For Monty, gardens are every bit as important as the buildings we live and work in and he sets out to show how we can learn as much about ourselves from them. Al...
In this fun gardening twist on traditional competition shows, Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winning garden designers, the Rich brothers, compete to design homeowners' gardens. They each pitch their idea, the owner chooses which design gets built, and the loser helps the winner make that ...
Jimmy Doherty travels the world to uncover the incredible stories of ordinary British families who have abandoned the rat race and chosen to set up homes for themselves in some of the most remote places on earth.
Check out the trailer to see what's in store for this season.
Kevin McCloud travels to remote corners of the globe to meet people who have given up their lives in the city and relocated to the most surprising and unlikely places in pursuit of a pared down existence. Does it bring more joy, or are they ready to give it up and head back to civilization. Find ...
Lynda Hallinan, editor-at-large of New Zealand Gardener magazine, has transformed her front yard into a lush garden filled with fruits and vegetables. Now she's showing homeowners how to transform unloved outdoor spaces into lush gardens capable of feeding families.
In Season 2 of Get Growing, New Zealand Gardener editor Lynda Hallinan works with homeowners Lee-anne and Chris (and their dog Benny) to transform their yard into a lush space filled with edible fruits and vegetables. Each week they face a new challenge, teaching viewers how to apply these lesson...
Get Growing, the hit New Zealand gardening television show, is back for a third season. Hosts Lynda Hallinan and Justin Newcombe spot and solve backyard gardening problems and help homeowners out with small-scale outdoor projects.
Award-winning gardener Alan Gardner, who credits his success to autism, brings along a group of autists with a passion for gardening to unlock their horticultural potential and unleash their talents on Britain's gardens.
Host and gardener Alan Titchmarsh returns in this uplifting series alongside co-presenters David Domoney, Katie Rushworth and Frances Tophill. The crew finds deserving families and transforms their dreary gardens into beautiful outdoor spaces.