Skilled craftsmen use original techniques and ancient methods to recreate three items of historical importance, and show the processes involved in making them.
Traditional crafts people use traditional methods to create legendary objects. They include the English Longbow, horseshoes and old-style corsets.
Artisans use traditional methods to create iconic historical artefacts. They include the Rondel Dagger, ceramic pottery and old-style jeans.
World War II fanatics restore a Wildcat fighter plane, a craftsman uses century old methods to build a spoked wheel and a music lover makes a Diddley Bow.
Traditional craftspeople restore and create historical artefacts. They include a World War II Jeep, a Carillon Bell and the Hudson Bay Axe.
Artisans restore World War II rifle, the M1 Garand. Plus, they create barrels using traditional methods and American sports balls from the 19th century.
Artisans forge the Greek hoplite soldier's breastplate. And, they make a print using early industrial wood engraving and create a beaver fur top hat.
Artisans recreate a Viking shield. Plus, they hand-craft an illuminated manuscript and make delicious traditional cheese.
Craftspeople make the katana, the samurai's weapon of choice. They take a delicate daguerreotype photograph, and hand-make an electric guitar.
Using traditional methods, craftspeople recreate historic items. They make a huge Bowie knife and early industrial-style small batch chocolate.
Artisans create an intimidating Viking spear, a gorgeous blown glass dragon goblet and small batch Indian Pale Ale, all using traditional methods.
Traditional crafts people use traditional methods to create legendary objects. They include the Claymore Sword, old-style wool and the throwing stick.
Artisans use time-honoured methods to create classic items. They include Gurkha warriors Kukri Knife, paper from bamboo, and shaker-style brooms.