Channel 4 continue to shoehorn the term Christmas into their already shoehorned programming. Architect George Clarke returns for a Christmas special celebrating the imaginative and quirky world of micro design. George visits some Christmas-themed builds, including a gingerbread house, an underground grotto decorated with over four and a half million shells, and a beach hut advent calendar where every day a festive space opens its doors to the public. George also catches up with expert designer William to look back on the extraordinary journey to transform his 1970s caravan into a spectacular 21st century holiday retreat.
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces at Christmas. Channel 4: 8.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 15:21 | Thursday 20th December 2012 | TV Highlights
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