The repair shop is a runaway success. If you’re in the mood for a part of the action, you can request that your precious items on the BBC program be repaired here!
And it’s good news for viewers looking to share the stories behind their family heirlooms, as applications are currently open.
But how do you come up with the program and where is it filmed?
What is the application process for The Repair Shop?
To apply for The Repair Shop, simply go to the “Participate” tab in the “Shows and Tours” section of the BBC website.
A description reads: “If you have a sweetheart who has seen better days and you think our experts can help you, get in touch now!
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“We are also very interested in hearing from communities that have objects of historical or social interest that we would like our help with.”
Potential applicants should contact Ricochet, the company that produces the show.
Interested parties must be over 18 years old and have until March 31, 2021 to apply. Here.
Ricochet’s repair shop application form asks questions about how old your item is, who it belongs to, whether it is in working order, and how it was damaged.
Where is the BBC series filmed?
It might surprise fans of the show to learn that it is being filmed in a museum near Chichester.
The workshop is located in the Weald and Downland Living Museum.
Established by South Downs National Park, the site spans 40 acres and includes more than 50 historic buildings – including The Repair Shop’s thatched cottage home – some of which date back to 950 AD.
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There are also gardens, a mill pond and farm animals on the site.
The museum’s director, Simon Wardell, said in a statement on the facility’s website: “We are an independent museum, we rescue and preserve historic buildings, we teach traditional crafts to ensure their preservation, and we share the untold stories of the rural life and those who have lived it in the south east of England. “
Unfortunately, due to the national lockdown, the museum had to close its doors “until further notice” according to a COVID-19 update on the website.
Who is telling The Repair Shop?
Bill Paterson does the narration for The Repair Shop.
The actor has appeared in a number of large screen and television productions. He most recently starred in the 2020 film Rebecca – the adaptation of the novel of the same name by Daphne du Maurier – alongside Lily James and Armie Hammer.
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He played Dr. Baker in the Netflix movie.
Elsewhere, Bill starred in David Tennant and Michael Sheen’s drama Good Omens, Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag, and the 1990 fantasy flick The Witches.
He was also on last year’s series on the Sky comedy show Brassic.
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