DIY SOS moves viewers to tears by emotional episode

Pic: Julien Behal Photography

The fourth season of DIY SOS: The Big Build Ireland kicked off with a bang on Sunday night.

Everyone across the country settled in to watch the first episode of the feel-good show.

Host Baz Ashmawy and his team of volunteers come together to help a well-deserving family create the home of their dreams.

On Sunday night, the team headed down to Cork to help one such family and viewers couldn’t contain their tears.

Pic: Julien Behal Photography

Viewers met 22-year-old Adam Drummond as he is getting used to life in a wheelchair after falling from a height in 2021.

After sustaining major injuries he was told that there was a 100 per cent chance that he would never walk again.

At the time Adam was an Irish International basketball player who had played college basketball in the United States.

The DIY SOS team were enlisted as his home was completely unsuitable for a wheelchair user. They wanted to give Adam the chance to move back into his family home.

Pic: Julien Behal Photography

While they certainly had their work cut out for them, there really isn’t anything that the DIY SOS team can’t do.

Viewers took to social media to share their feelings about the emotional first episode.

DIY SOS: The Big Build Ireland kicks off on Sunday 26th March on RTÉ One

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