Programme 1: Killiney
Room to Improve starts with Martina Mullin and Padraig Whelton, recently married and are living in a dark, dreary ex-council house in Donnycarney.
Programme 2: Timahoe
In programme two of the brand new series of Room to Improve Dermot is in Timahoe, Portlaoise with Dolores and Donal O'Connell.
Programme 3: Ennis
This week, Dermot comes to the rescue of Cathy and Michael Keane who bought their house when it was being used as a cowshed.
Programme 4: Clontarf
Declan and Judy Cadwell from Clontarf share a small terraced home with their three sons, Christopher 19, Ross 17 and Jake 13. But only just.
Programme 5: Edenderry
There's only one thing wrong with the Declan and Anne Conlon's bungalow in Edenderry, Co Offaly and that's the entire ground-floor layout.
Programme 6: Rathfarnham
Peter, Lisa and their twins Grace and Louise (9) live in a four-bed house in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14.
Programme 1: Ballinteer
Ailish and Patrick Bates are a young couple running out of space - fast! They live in a small 3 bedroomed bungalow in Ballinteer, Dublin 16.
Programme 2: Glasnevin
This week Dermot is in Glasnevin with Terry and Peadar Clarke and their two children Marie Bernadette and Luke. The entire downstairs of their home needs to be made accessible for Peadar who will soon end up in a wheelchair.
Programme 3: Castleknock
Irene and Anthony Zambra live with their four children in Castleknock. They bought their semi-detached home 11 years ago. It came with an extension which the Zambras use as a kitchen and dining area.
Programme 4: Enniscorthy
This week, Dermot Bannon helps a couple in Enniscorthy renovate an old cottage and prepare their home for a new baby. For John and Anna Kinsella it is important to get their home in order.
Programme 5: Dalkey
In this week's programme, the penultimate of the series, Dermot finds himself the dream job. Liz and Malcolm Currie live in a large four-bedroomed house in Dalkey, on Dublin's southside.
Programme 6: Ballygarrett
This week, Podge and Jo Ussher want to turn their Wexford cottage from a holiday home into their permanent home without sacrificing any of its 1930s charm. Their house needs a lot of work.