This week, we join Paul and Victoria on a trip to Hastings. They started a van conversion project earlier this year and have created a unique home on wheels called Barry Vanilow. Their motorhome and its eye-catching interior design gets lots of attention. From mirror balls to the ‘Farrah the Fawcett' tap, they even have a swing! We follow them as they head to a campsite for the night. In the Peak District, we meet actor Annabelle and her partner Charlie. Annabelle has dwarfism and after buying her VW Caddy had it converted to suit her needs. She's a keen artist, and Annabelle's motorhome has given her the opportunity to paint wherever she wants. Today, she's trying to make the most of the beautiful scenery, but the wind eventually gets the better of her. They take shelter in the motorhome and make their first ever meal in it from scratch. In Bath, coachbuilder Tom shows us how he's using a Land Rover to build a one-of-a-kind motorhome from the engine up. He's invested lots of time and money in this project, and now the pressure is on to get the interior finished and find a buyer. Across the Atlantic, we meet British-born Laurence, who, after 16 years as a bond trader, is desperate to get back to his countryside roots. Laurence and wife Jenni have bought their first RV, and we follow them to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Our resident reviewer Tomi Adebayo puts three handheld vacuums to the test to see which one cleans up the best. And Jayne Whittaker takes us on a tour of her unique motorhome business. She's been making custom-made horsebox motorhomes for over 30 years, and today one of her customers is arriving to collect her new home on wheels.