Home Truths

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      After the Flood

      In February 2014, the Sadlers had to grab a few belongings and drive away from the worst flooding in Britain for half a century. Their home washed away. Now they want to rebuild it exactly as it was.

      This episode is subtitled5 mins

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      House of Mud

      How do you get a hundred grand house for the cost of a used car? With cob, a mix of mud, straw, hay and clay. Charlotte and Kate used it to make their 400-year-old one room cottage a two storey home.

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 46

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      Living in My Playhouse

      What would it be like to live where you played as a child? When Amanda's parents put the barn she used to play in up for sale, Amanda and her husband Steve jumped at the chance to buy it.

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 22

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      Gaudi in Berkshire

      Designer Monika Dyson created a home infused with the spirit of Gaudi, the architect who shaped Barcelona. Now she and her husband John are moving. What do they have in mind for their next place?

      This episode is subtitled5 mins

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      Riverside Dream

      When it comes to home-making, sometimes bricks and mortar isn't the only way. After Olivia and Rob realised they couldn't afford a house deposit, they bought a narrowboat instead.

      This episode is subtitled5 mins

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      The Pub under the Stairs

      Mick Waite grew up in The Red Bull pub, so when it was demolished, he preserved its memory by building his own 1940s pub on the ground floor of his suburban semi

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 13

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      3D Family Tree

      Diane Cornelius grew up in the same home her great-grandmother, grandmother and mother all lived in. Now, she has decided to sell.

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 22
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      One for All

      Tired of living in what she saw as an unconnected neighbourhood in the city, Jane yearned for more. She couldn't find it in London, so she created it herself in Dorset in a 'co-housing' set-up.

      This episode is subtitled3 mins 56
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      The Trouble with Triplets

      When the doctor unexpectedly uttered the word 'triplets', Matthew and Sarah Ramsden realised their home to-be-proud-of would change forever

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 37
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      I Bought My Childhood Home

      Emma Foden searched high and low for a family home and found it on the doorstep: her very own childhood home. So she bought it back.

      This episode is subtitled5 mins
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      Moving On Up

      Everything happened in Karen's Harlow home - births, deaths and marriages - from huge joy to devastating grief. How do you say goodbye to three decades of memories?

      This episode is subtitled6 mins
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      Fatherland

      As a child, Deborah dreamed of the fairy-tale land of the Welsh hills where her father grew up. As an adult she moved there.

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 57
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      Flatpack Flat

      The BoKlok Flatpack flats in Newcastle were the first of their kind in the UK. Constructed in a factory and assembled on site, they are stylish and energy efficient.

      This episode is subtitled3 mins 24
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      The Surprise Inheritance

      Have you ever dreamt of finding a long-lost rich relative who leaves you a massive inheritance? It happened to Richard Fitzherbert. He inherited Tissington Hall.

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      108 Miles of Love

      Matthew and Philippa are in love and happily married. They have a lovely little daughter and a beautiful home. The only thing is... they live 108 miles apart.

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 02
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      One Pound House

      The average asking price for a house in the UK is around £250,000. In Stoke-on-Trent, Rachel Roberts bought her two-bedroom house for less than the cost of a skinny cappuccino.

      This episode is subtitled3 mins 49
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      Living the Dream

      How do you get to live in central London and pay minimal rent? Ed and his ten Property Guardian pals reveal all.

      This episode is subtitled5 mins
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      Art and Soul

      Can a bunch of young artists lift the spirits of a rundown part of East London?

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 45
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      The Wired

      Self-confessed gadget geek Graeme has created a home he controls with an app on his phone

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 27
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      House of Hope

      Desperate for an affordable home, Jennifer Hope came up with this ingenious design for a ready-made, modular house

      This episode is subtitled5 mins
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      The Home that Knows

      Chris and Clare design their perfect high-tech home to be clever enough to look after them

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 32
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      Step Into Another World

      What's the difference between a three-bed ex-council house and Narnia? Not a lot in this particular corner of Essex.

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 44
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      Life in the Slow Lane

      Doctors Abby and Martin escape their lives of work-sleep-repeat by taking the GP job on a remote Scottish island

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 30
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      Starting Over

      When Rosie was given the all-clear from cancer, she moved her family into a new house, shutting the door on those difficult days and starting life over with a fresh outlook

      This episode is subtitled4 mins 16
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      Shoebox in Paradise

      Who wouldn't want to live in a stately home? Or even just a small corner of one?

      This episode is subtitled3 mins
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