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  • 13 saisons
  • 89 épisodes
  • Début :
    1997
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Ground Force is a British garden makeover television series originally broadcast by the BBC between 1997 and 2005. The series was originally hosted by Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh and was produced by Endemol for the BBC.

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Saisons & épisodes Les résumés de tous les épisodes de Ground Force

S01E01 Norfolk 19/09/1997
S01E02 Sanderstead 00/00/0000
S01E03 Petworth 00/00/0000
S01E04 Whitley Bay 00/00/0000
S01E05 Milton Keynes 00/00/0000
S01E06 Whitefield 00/00/0000
S01E07 West Wickham 00/00/0000
S01E08 Isle of Wight 00/00/0000
S01E09 00/00/0000
S02E01 Northwood 00/00/0000 Another chance to see the team embrace the difficult task of transforming a narrow patch of land in Northwood, London, into a series of stylish garden rooms before the owners get back from Paris
S02E02 Spalding 00/00/0000 Alan Titchmarsh and the team travel to Spalding, in Lincolnshire, where they have just two days to convert a demolished garage into a Tuscan-style dining area
S02E03 West Hanney 00/00/0000 Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh recreate a tranquil Yorkshire Dales scene in an Oxfordshire garden, using giant rocks, alpine plants and a waterfall
S02E04 Bristol 00/00/0000 The team design a garden suitable for a wheelchair user, incorporating a patio, pond and an abundance of plants
S02E05 Bromley 00/00/0000 The crew of Blue Watch join Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh to create a beautiful garden in the grounds of Bromley Fire Station
S02E06 Basingstoke 00/00/0000 Alan Titchmarsh and the team are given the daunting task of transforming a garden that the previous owner decided to resurface with concrete
S02E07 Warwick 00/00/0000 The green-fingered experts summon the police to help clear a Warwick couple's garden, which has come to resemble a rubbish tip. At first everything seems to go smoothly - then disaster strikes
S02E08 Newport, Gwent 00/00/0000 A patch of clay in Newport, Gwent, is given an ultra-modern makeover with a pier, bandstand, fountain and sculpture. Presented by Alan Titchmarsh
S02E09 Leatherhead 00/00/0000 Alan Titchmarsh leads the green-fingered team in creating a seaside garden with pier and decking in Leatherhead for a female rugby star
S02E10 Edmonton 00/00/0000 Alan Titchmarsh and the green-fingered team create a taste of north Africa in a London garden, using sand, hot planting, paving stones and a pavilion
S02E11 Pudsey 00/00/0000 The team are assigned the difficult task of renovating a Yorkshire garden with a veritable brickyard lurking beneath the surface. Racing against the clock, they manage to make it fit for children of any age - giving the owner a shock on his return two days later
S02E12 Rainham 00/00/0000 The miracle makeover team work wonders in the front garden of a couple from Rainham in Kent. Lumpy grass and a narrow drive make way for cobbles and a water feature
S02E13 Saltash 00/00/0000 The team create a garden water feature to make nuclear submariner Rob Smith feel at home when he berths at Saltash, racing against time and hoping the cement isn't still wet
S02E14 Alloa 00/00/0000 The team renovate a small garden in Alloa for a retired woman, complete with raised beds and new paths, to make her horticultural hobby easier to manage. A plant table, fountain and private patio are also planned, but a torrential downpour jeopardises the project
S02E15 Torquay 00/00/0000 Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh attempt to create a feng shui garden in Torquay using a combination of running water, bamboo fencing and Chinese lanterns
S02E16 Lurgan 00/00/0000 Alan Titchmarsh and the team pitch in to create the ultimate football fan's garden, complete with corner grandstand, in Lurgan, Northern Ireland. But plans to keep the owner at bay fall into disarray, resulting in a last-minute dash to achieve their goal - with absolutely no chance of extra time
S08E01 Bordon 07/01/2002 Tommy needs an extra helper as the team face one of their most daunting challenges when they embark on their biggest ever deck project - which has to be built on a steep slope. As Alan busies himself with the immediate task in hand, Charlie gets on with the planting and has a few ideas to brighten up the rabbit hutch
S08E02 Luton 00/00/0000 Louise from Luton is packed off to a health farm to allow renovation of her overgrown garden. The team get off to a good start by laying a resin-bonded path but disaster almost strikes when an outbreak of food-poisoning threatens to close the spa and Louise can't understand why her friends won't let her return home.
S08E03 Chesham 00/00/0000 A rain-soaked retirement home garden poses a challenge for the team as they set to work creating a tranquil space in which the residents can relax. They begin by removing the swing from a willow tree, adding paving and pot plants - but with rumours of a royal visit rife, confusion is sure to follow.
S08E04 Great Harwood 00/00/0000 A neglected back garden is transformed with a large natural-looking pond surrounded by trees and wild flowers. Tommy builds a new fence and pond-dipping platforms.
S08E05 Harrow 00/00/0000 The back yard of a terraced house in Harrow is converted into a garden of two halves - an English cottage garden with pergola and roses, but also influences from Romania, the owner's homeland.
S08E06 Brotherton 18/02/2002 In the last episode of the series, the team are challenged to revamp a plot at Lyndale Residential Caravan Site. They set about building a veranda and creating a water feature using copper piping, but the terrible weather and poor soil make progress very difficult leaving them staring defeat in the face.
S10E01 Nantwich 27/01/2003 The garden of Helen, a charity-worker, is revamped with a twisting rill, circular lawns and a 'pig patio' made from concrete railway sleepers.
S10E02 Stamford 00/00/0000 Three daughters plan a new garden at their family home while their parents are away celebrating their dad's 60th birthday. Unfortunately, the garden contains so much compacted clay, the going proves very tough.
S10E03 Newcastle 00/00/0000 A couple are keen to make their New Zealander son-in-law feel at home in Newcastle so they design a garden especially for him. As Charlie and Kirsty become bogged down in a swampy area of the garden, Tommy and Will leave little time for decking after labouring over the paving. Despite their best efforts, the job proves to be more of a cahllenge than anticipated.
S10E04 Garforth 00/00/0000 While Tommy concentrates on the paving, Charlie makes the most of half a shed and some exciting plants, while a stone-wall water feature and an awning add to the ambience.
S10E05 Putney 00/00/0000 A huge, overgrown council house garden is transformed into a haven for a mother and her children. The team try to make the most of one of the original features - a beautiful plum tree - by surrounding it with a circular paved area, while the paddling pool is restored to it's former glory and a lawn area is laid.
S10E06 Truro 13/03/2003 In the final episode of this series, a dilapidated area at Cornwall's Wildlife Trust headquarters is transformed into a wildlife haven. Made entirely from recycled materials, the finished plot comes complete with a pond and an aqueduct water feature.
S11E01 Poplar 01/03/2004 The team create a new garden for east London resident Susanne, who wants to connect her land to her sister's property next door. They develop a circular theme with a round patio and seating made from an old fireplace hearth, as well as adding eye-catching plants and water features. But they only have two days to finish the task before Susanne's sister returns, and there are three skiploads of crazy paving to get rid of before they can start.
S11E02 Castle Donington 00/00/0000 The green-fingered team comes to the aid of a woman in Castle Donington who wants to create a new garden for her grandmother, with an easy walking surface, a pond and raised beds for plants, as well as a gazebo to do the crossword in.
S11E03 Croydon 00/00/0000 The team come to the aid of a preachers family who want to transform their garden. Unable to proceed with the children's original idea of paving half the garden, Tommy Walsh comes up with an alternative plan - creating a sunken plot complete with large stone water feature.
S11E04 Kingswinford 00/00/0000 The team erect a summerhouse with a verandah and create a mini knot-garden surrounded by cottage-style brick paving for a family man who has packed his wife and kids off to a holiday camp.
S11E05 Ilford 00/00/0000 The team create a wheelchair-friendly garden, including raised beds and ponds, for an Essex woman with brittle bone syndrome. Her close friend had thought about paving the plot, but this proves too ambitious a plan for their tight schedule. Instead, they build a ramp from the existing deck and lay a gravel path on special matting designed to make it safe for a wheelchair.
S11E06 Beckenham Kent 00/00/0000 The green-fingered gurus travel to Beckenham in Kent to help teenage twins surprise their hard-working mother with a garden makeover. The boys have a bit of spare time now that they've finished their GCSEs and with the team's help create a shapely path, decking and an arboretum, and renovate the tumbledown gazebo.
S11E07 Bacup 23/06/2004 The team come to the aid of a woman from Bacup who has fostered more than 70 children, all under the age of two. Janet Hill has always wanted a garden she can sit in with the babies, so while she's away Charlie and Tommy step in. But while they make short work of the planting, paving, pergolas and water features, the project hits a snag when a sewer pipe is damaged.
S11E08 Molesey Surrey 00/00/0000 Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh create a garden for a lock-keeper in Molesey, Surrey, on the bank of the River Thames. While the oblivious owner is away on a health and safety course, the team builds a shady, secluded area with decking and a small water feature, as well as using a new process to lay cobbled paving in record time. However, while the rush to meet the usual two-day deadline, lock-keeper Steve is not in any hurry to come back.
S11E09 New Romney 00/00/0000
S11E10 Sheffield 00/00/0000
S11E11 Leicester 00/00/0000
S11E12 Brinkworth 00/00/0000
S12E01 Kingston-upon-Hull 24/01/2005 A long, thin garden is converted into a series of 'rooms' comprising an angled patio, a woodland garden and a formal pond at the request of the owners daughter.
S12E02 Fulham 00/00/0000 A garden owner calls in the team to surprise his Japanese wife as their garden is given an oriental makeover, featuring a pool, lanterns, decking and a pottery shed / tea house.
S12E03 Cork 00/00/0000 The team travel to Cork to transform a 180ft garden for a rugby-mad couple. The pair had planned to turn the large space into an entertaining area as an extension to their small house, so the team set to work installing split-level decking and a misty water feature.
S12E04 Calverton 00/00/0000 The green-fingered team visit Calverton, Nottinghamshire, to finish the work of a keen gardener who died before completing his dream project, so his widow can enjoy the fruits of his labour. Work begins on an ambitious deck including a pond, pergola and swing seat - but rain looks likely to disrupt their plans.
S12E05 Dorchester 00/00/0000 The team come to the aid of a Dorchester couple with three-year-old triplets, putting in a path and patio made from circular paving and railway sleepers, along with beds of plants and a secret play area for the children.
S12E06 Wakefield 00/00/0000 The team make an uneven garden more accessible for wheelchairs, so the owner's disabled father can enjoy it. The plan involves building bridges, inclines, and a water feature, as well as outside lighting to help the deaf householders communicate by sign-language in the evening.
S12E07 Eastleigh 00/00/0000 The green-fingered team come to the aid of two brothers in Eastleigh, who let the garden fall into a lamentable state while their parents were in America and are hoping to put things right. Once the rubbish has been cleared away, they install concentric rings of paving stones and a circular pergola.
S12E08 Spain 21/03/2005 It's off to Spain for the last episode of the series where the garden of a renovated farmhouse near Marbella is transformed for an expat couple. The owners want an area where they can sit and enjoy the magnificent view, so the team set to work on a pergola and water feature using traditional terracotta tiles. They also add blue ceramic planters and a stepping-stone path.
S00E01 South Africa 02/01/2000
S00E02 When Changing Rooms Met Ground Force 12/02/2000
S00E03 When Changing Rooms Met Ground Force 2 24/10/2000
S00E04 RAF Special 11/12/2000
S00E05 India Special 18/04/2001
S00E06 A Garden for Jill Dando 24/08/2001
S00E07 Goes West Indies 03/03/2002
S00E08 Goes South Atlantic 16/06/2002
S00E09 New York Special 25/08/2002 An abandoned lot is transformed into a neighborhood oasis.
S00E10 The Italian Job 05/12/2002
S00E11 Goes Festive 25/12/2002
S00E12 Does Mardi Gras 21/04/2003
S00E20 Goes to Ethiopia 29/12/2003
S00E26 On the Road to Marrakech 29/12/2004
S00E27 A Garden for Africa '05 24/07/2005
S00E28 The Titchmarsh Years 18/11/2002 After six years Alan Titchmarsh is leaving the 'Ground Force' series so we take a look at his devoted band of gardeners plus clippings from the cutting room floor and how they stop at nothing to create that special garden.
S00E29 Goes to Hollywood 00/00/0000 The team trek to tinseltown in this episode, where they plan to rebuild the garden at a community health clinic after arsonists destroyed it. Garden treats include a new pergola, plants and a water feature.
S00E30 Ground Force Dug Up 00/00/0000 Enjoy this hilarious compilation of clips from the UK's favourite gardening programme, including great tips and out-takes which have never seen the light of day.

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