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Bbc Under Fire With One Episode Of Homes Under The Hammer Shown Three Times In One Day

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I wonder how many BBC executives have a vested interest in property?

BBC under fire with one episode of Homes Under the Hammer shown three times in five days

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2322932/BBC-repeats-75-daytime-shows-episode-Homes-Under-Hammer-shown-times-days.html

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I wonder how many BBC executives have a vested interest in property?

BBC under fire with one episode of Homes Under the Hammer shown three times in five days

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2322932/BBC-repeats-75-daytime-shows-episode-Homes-Under-Hammer-shown-times-days.html

On a topical note, I note that Ronnie O'Sullivan states this is his favourite programme. One reason he wants to quit snooker is his head is filled with ideas of flipping property.

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The BBC have made 775 episodes of HUTH - you think that they'd cycle the repeats better - surely even the most hardened HUTH fan hasn't seen all the shows?

Relentless pwoperty porn:

Series Start date End date Episodes

1 May 2003 June 2003 30

2 Nov 2003 April 2004 50

3 Jan 2005 Mar 2005 40

4 Oct 2005 Dec 2005 40

5 Jun 2006 July 2006 30

6 Jan 2007 Feb 2007 20

7 Apr 2007 May 2007 30

8 Sept 2007 Oct 2007 20

9 Jan 2008 Feb 2008 20

10 Feb 2008 Jun 2008 20

11 Jun 2008 Sept 2008 20

12 Nov 2008 Feb 2009 30

13 Feb 2009 Mar 2010 85

14 Apr 2010 Mar 2012 180

16 Apr 2012 Feb 2013 80

17 Mar 2013 TBA 80

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775 episodes? My my - Martin Roberts & Lucy Alexander certainly have to work hard for their money!

:unsure: Oh yeah...when the filming ceases they're property developers aren't they? So they don't have to work that hard after all! :rolleyes:

Has the BBC 'property developers/ landlords are good, tenants are bad' mind control worked yet?

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On a topical note, I note that Ronnie O'Sullivan states this is his favourite programme. One reason he wants to quit snooker is his head is filled with ideas of flipping property.

Fair play to him if that's what he wants to do. I would guess he would prefer developing big houses and mansions. It's when they feature more modest homes, like the 2 up 2 down terraced houses, that grinds my gears. Ideal FTB homes priced further out of reach out of most people.

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Whatever the term for brainwashing that has stopped working is, this is it, trying to push a fart back in would have more success, I really think we are on the brink of a crash here in Edinburgh, something has definitely shifted in people`s thinking.

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Wonder if they are repeating the equivalent programs in Ireland .... I suspect not. (Don't know for sure but I guess every country had property porn and we are the only ones to still 'enjoy' it.)

Wouldn't know if it is shown on RTE as we cannot pick it up through our UK free-view receiver, but here you can get all of the UK propaganda, so yes it is being shown here over UK channels.

@dances with sheeple, the market over here in the west of Ireland has once again gone into free-fall after a slight pickup last year.

Just one property sells at DNG auction

Just one property sold at today’s DNG Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard property auction in the Imperial Hotel in Galway.

Ten lots were due to go under the hammer, although Brooklodge Demesne was withdrawn shortly before proceedings got underway.

The only sale was lot two, 35 Cluain Dara, just off the Western Distributor Road.

The three bedroom semi-detached home had a reserve of €135,000 but sold in the end for €162,000.

The remaining eight lots failed to meet their reserve price, although auctioneer James Heaslip was hopeful of concluding further sales afterwards.

Amongst the lots that failed to sell was Costello Lodge in Connemara – the former home of Joseph Bruce Ismay, chairman of the White Star Line, the company that owned the RMS Titanic. It had a reserve of €395,000 but failed to attract any bids on the day.

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