A lawyer returns to Britain to become the first black Director of Public Prosecutions. She begins to suspect that everything she knew about the man she has been married to for the past 20 years is a lie.
Set in 1935 when the Englishwoman Louisa Durrell, whose life had fallen apart, decided to move from Bournemouth to the Greek island of Corfu. Her husband had died some years earlier and she... See full summary »
This is a great show and is handy for anyone looking to buy a property at an auction. The presenters are very warm and friendly. They're also pretty knowledgeable. It would be great if they did updates on some of the more interesting properties that were not yet finished when the crew went back after three months. For instance, the two who bought Bagatelle Cottage from the 1800s. I would have loved to have seen the end product.
I like the way one of the presenters, Martin, comes across as passionate about period features and saving them. You can tell he is not just business-minded but also really cares about properties. The lady, Lucy, is personable and good at interviewing people. And they both have good chemistry together.
I'm returning to England soon, so this show got me up-to-date on property prices (what a shocker). Homes that cost about forty thousand when we left are now worth three hundred and forty. Ah, well, that's life.
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