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Kevin McCloud's new series Man made home.
I'm sure we all know Kevin from grand designs,where he visited Britain's most ambitious self-building projects, as individuals attempt to design and construct the home of their dreams.
Now Kevin's new series Man made home he builds a eco cabin which is now habitable, but he has yet to add the vital furnishings to turn it into a comfortable home. And more pressingly, he has nothing to cook with.
It's time for some fiendishly clever off grid solutions. With Kevin's cabin not connected to electric or gas, he examines a leftfield experiment in north Wales, where they're turning dog poo into methane.
As the cabin will be a place of rest, Kevin decides to make an armchair out of a 1950s tractor seat and also crafts a small lightweight bed from willow.
In the latest series of Man made home they introduce the heart of the home, a fire for heat which to me sounds like a burner!.
As Kevin wants to reuse, repurpose and recycle as much of his building as possible, he decides to turn a 1930s heavy steel safe into a log buner. But he has to use the dangerous tool of the 70s bank robber, a thermic lance, to do it.
To see when the next episode is, or to see a old episode please visit channel 4's website Man made home.