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BBC One is looking for people who live in interesting homes and want to try out a home swap holiday in Britain for a new television series.

You could enjoy a unique holiday experience in a stunning part of Britain...

Do you live in an interesting home you'd be happy to swap with someone elsewhere in the UK for a short break?

Would you like the chance to have a new experience and discover local cuisine, sightseeing that goes beyond the guide book and an authentic place to stay?

Do you live in an interesting property such as a converted church, a charming cottage, a super modern apartment, a historic building, a period house or a unique space?

Do you want a UK short break and the chance to discover a new area?

Do you like the idea of a house swap holiday, but have never tried it?

If so we want you to get in touch.

Please email kieran.mccarthy@bbc.co.uk for an application form.

See here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/beonashow/home_swap_holidays

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Yet more house price ramping property porn from the BBC?

Reads more like property porn has got too extreme (bondage, S&M, waterplay?), so let's just swap houses with each other instead...

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My house, a 3-bed semi in a middle-class suburb of Birmingham, may not be interesting, but it does a decent job of keeping me warm and dry, provides space to keep my stuff and isn't too far from the places I need to get to. Which, ultimately, is what a house is for.

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BBC One is looking for people who live in interesting homes and want to try out a home swap holiday in Britain for a new television series.

You could enjoy a unique holiday experience in a stunning part of Britain...

Do you live in an interesting home you'd be happy to swap with someone elsewhere in the UK for a short break?

Would you like the chance to have a new experience and discover local cuisine, sightseeing that goes beyond the guide book and an authentic place to stay?

Do you live in an interesting property such as a converted church, a charming cottage, a super modern apartment, a historic building, a period house or a unique space?

Do you want a UK short break and the chance to discover a new area?

Do you like the idea of a house swap holiday, but have never tried it?

If so we want you to get in touch.

Please email kieran.mccarthy@bbc.co.uk for an application form.

See here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/beonashow/home_swap_holidays

Only interesting in the sense that its interesting to see how far a landlord will neglect an asset.

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My house, a 3-bed semi in a middle-class suburb of Birmingham, may not be interesting, but it does a decent job of keeping me warm and dry, provides space to keep my stuff and isn't too far from the places I need to get to. Which, ultimately, is what a house is for.

Er, no.

Houses are there to make landlords rich. They wouldn't be allowed otherwise.

You try to build one to keep you warm and dry and see what happens.

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The BBC should stop numbing their viewers minds with useless show like this one.

When will the BBC start to fulfill it's duty of impartially informing the viewers about what's really going on in this country and in the rest of the world?

We have had enough of your lies, mind-numbing shows and propaganda. :angry:

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Er, no.

Houses are there to make landlordsthe banks rich. They wouldn't be allowed otherwise.

Corrected for you, landlords are ultimately only caretakers for banks, who do the dirty work for a small cut.

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BBC One is looking for people who live in interesting homes and want to try out a home swap holiday in Britain for a new television series.

You could enjoy a unique holiday experience in a stunning part of Britain...

Do you live in an interesting home you'd be happy to swap with someone elsewhere in the UK for a short break?

Would you like the chance to have a new experience and discover local cuisine, sightseeing that goes beyond the guide book and an authentic place to stay?

Do you live in an interesting property such as a converted church, a charming cottage, a super modern apartment, a historic building, a period house or a unique space?

Do you want a UK short break and the chance to discover a new area?

Do you like the idea of a house swap holiday, but have never tried it?

If so we want you to get in touch.

Please email kieran.mccarthy@bbc.co.uk for an application form.

See here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/beonashow/home_swap_holidays

You're either one of two things. A troll or a typically inept BBC researcher.

Seeing the word "house" in a website name doesn't automatically mean this is the home for your property porn spam. Had you actually spent a minute of your time checking out the site you'd have realised that.

But let's turn this moment into a positive one, and rejoice that non-payment of the license fee will no longer result in custodial sentences. In time this will hopefully damage the BBC's revenue source sufficiently to put an end to this totalitarian sham of a state channel.

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The BBC should stop numbing their viewers minds with useless show like this one.

Why not play along and see if someone on here can get on it? I'd love to see an HPCer somehow get on to one of these (won't happen though, they'd ditch the entire episode even if they got as far as filming it).

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