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Will we be seeing

+ Hock Your House??

+ A place under the Arches?

+ Location, Location, Reposession?

+ To Sell or Not to Sell?

+ How to be a Property Demolisher

+ Property Snake (the series?)

Honestly, I don't know what they will show daytime viewers soon! - Even the adverts from the likes of Ocean Finance will be long gone!

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Will we be seeing

+ Hock Your House??

+ A place under the Arches?

+ Location, Location, Reposession?

+ To Sell or Not to Sell?

+ How to be a Property Demolisher

+ Property Snake (the series?)

Honestly, I don't know what they will show daytime viewers soon! - Even the adverts from the likes of Ocean Finance will be long gone!

:lol:

...how to build an igloo in Greenland before Global Warming hits..... :lol::lol::lol::P

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Moneyweek's Merryn Somerset Webb answered this question seriously in a radio broadcast. She said property shows in a couple of years will have names like How To Sell Your House.

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Moneyweek's Merryn Somerset Webb answered this question seriously in a radio broadcast. She said property shows in a couple of years will have names like How To Sell Your House.

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back in the 70s it was a light variety of stuff from things more diverse. such as 'pebble mill at one' 'schools' or the test card. then in the 80s we used to have a lot of soft australian imports like 'the sullivans' and 'neighbours' competing within the natural habitats of 'the sullivans' and 'take the high road'. in the 90s it was game shows such as 'going for gold' or 'dales supermarket sweep'. that seemed the norm. then a lot of daytime chat such as.

now it seems like the program makers have been going through the list of what were once simply ordinary household chores, under the guise of 'living tv'. which is a thin veil for mind controlling behaviour learning. teaching the ordinary uk citizen how to live in a modern country.

ground force.

(gardening)

changing rooms.

(decorating)

diy sos.

(home improvements)

hells kitchen.

(cooking)

how clean is your house

(cleaning)

money saving expert

(budget keeping)

so why not introduce another classic in that line. - about driving to work ?

cut to funky intro music 'yakkety sax' with cut and paste graphics and photos of the uk morning grind.

alarm clock. grey, rain, late for work, toilet full of yellow stools, slippers left beside bed. ashtray full of pubes.

featuring carol smiley and the hairy fat faced bloke from diy sos and hospital watch. the celebs challenge an every day uk commuter to lop off cash or minutes of the morning drag to work by introducing a new more sustainable and interesting travel balance.

for each day of the week they try to new form of transport to see if any financial, environmental or time factors improvements can be introduced to the contestant. with the challenge to get fat lazy bastards out of their cars and onto cleaner richard branstons 'peoples trains' or sir fredrick forsythes natural gas burning bendy buses. or try mopeds, bikes and stuff.

at the end of the week they add up their savings. 1. time 2. environment 3. health 4. costs and whoever of the series makes the most improvments in the categories wins a trip of a lifetime to a desperate part of iraq to feature in their own dream beheading.

at the end of the whole series, the beheadings are then judged by a celebrity panel and an overall winner is selected.

the overall winners of the beheading section for each year out of ten years then go on to the grand anniversary final and have to challenge each other to travel to the afterlife and bag all the prime spots and rent them out to people who die after they did.

of each of the ten year anniversay winners, every hundred years get together for the ultimate century final, referred to herin as the quickening.

the program is then selected to be burnt at the stake.

edit as i forgot to name the show:

"Carol Smileys Behead your self to work quicker"

Edited by right_freds_dead

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  • Fifteen to None (Channel 4, Thursdays 17:00)
    William G. Stewart hosts this reality show where BTL'ers with 15 properties each have a week to sell their portfolio of showbox flats.
    Whomever makes the smallest loss after selling all 15 is declared the Fifteen To None Investor of the Week.

  • Can't Sell Won't Sell (BBC 2, Tuesdays 14:25)
    Sue Pollard travels the country to talk to the increasing number of homedebtors who can't sell because of negative equity or won't sell because "nobody will pay what the house is worth".

  • Neighbours (BBC 1, Weekdays 13:45, r17:35)
    A light hearted soap following Aussie families living through the Australian Property Crash. Times are hard, Harrold has to sell the Coffee Shop to a McDonalds franchise, The Kennedys being only a doctor and a teacher sit at home in the dark to save money in the evenings and Lou gives up his bottle-a-day habbit of fake-tan lotion.

  • Loose Women (ITV Weekdays 16:00)
    Daily talk show. Some burd out of the Nolans and some daft girl that was in big brother 4 years ago host a panel of women who have had to turn to prostitution (now the UK's biggest growth industry) to keep up with their mortgage payments.

  • Cash in the Attic (BBC1 Weekdays 12:20)
    Rolf Harris presents this show where homedebtors on the brink of losing their homes get help converting their Attics to sublet them to other families that have been kicked out on the street. The elite team includes Handy Andy (flooring), Craig That Scouse from Big Brother 1 (making tables an' that) and Rod Hull (aerial installation and roofing).
Edited by Daleroxxu

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I've said it before and I'll say it again.


  • Nuts Under the Hammer.
    Distressed buy-to-let investors watch their repossessed portfolios being auctioned off for a fraction of the original purchase price.
Edited by Scunnered

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They already have House Doctor and Andrew winter's "how to sell your house and get moaned at by me."

House Doctor could be blamed for some of the silly price rises.

Painting your house beige and removing your tat ups the price by 20k. yeah right.

if lenders had been made to stick to sensible levels prices would have gone up like mad.

Spoke to the leader of my local council last night and he says the rent officer says 85 quid a week rent but he knows of one near me that's 135 a week so they have to make up the difference themselves. So I told himof the £150 a week rent I knew about.

He blames right to buy and I said it was the lack of replacement of those sold that's been a problem and the massive failiure to build more housing that's affordable.

He didn't think it was possible to introduce restrictive covenents on properties to stop private landlords buying.

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'How to tend your vegetable patch'

'How to repair old clothes'

'How to cook for your fmaily on the cheap'

It'll be a return to the good old days. I also expect feel-good sitcoms like 'The Good Life' and 'Bread' to return!

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DIY SOS : This week the team help a family fashion items from the scrap heap into a set of furniture after their original was sold to keep the £2000 month mortgage repayments on the mother of the houses cleaners wage.

Restaurant : With recent economic events meaning a lack of customers, Marco Pierre White looks at turning the restaurant into a Brothel.

Place with a Barricade : This week a couple look for a home with a short lease and a strong door to avoid the bailiff's

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back in the 70s it was a light variety of stuff from things more diverse. such as 'pebble mill at one' 'schools' or the test card. then in the 80s we used to have a lot of soft australian imports like 'the sullivans' and 'neighbours' competing within the natural habitats of 'the sullivans' and 'take the high road'. in the 90s it was game shows such as 'going for gold' or 'dales supermarket sweep'. that seemed the norm. then a lot of daytime chat such as.

now it seems like the program makers have been going through the list of what were once simply ordinary household chores, under the guise of 'living tv'. which is a thin veil for mind controlling behaviour learning. teaching the ordinary uk citizen how to live in a modern country.

ground force.

(gardening)

changing rooms.

(decorating)

diy sos.

(home improvements)

hells kitchen.

(cooking)

how clean is your house

(cleaning)

money saving expert

(budget keeping)

so why not introduce another classic in that line. - about driving to work ?

cut to funky intro music 'yakkety sax' with cut and paste graphics and photos of the uk morning grind.

alarm clock. grey, rain, late for work, toilet full of yellow stools, slippers left beside bed. ashtray full of pubes.

featuring carol smiley and the hairy fat faced bloke from diy sos and hospital watch. the celebs challenge an every day uk commuter to lop off cash or minutes of the morning drag to work by introducing a new more sustainable and interesting travel balance.

for each day of the week they try to new form of transport to see if any financial, environmental or time factors improvements can be introduced to the contestant. with the challenge to get fat lazy bastards out of their cars and onto cleaner richard branstons 'peoples trains' or sir fredrick forsythes natural gas burning bendy buses. or try mopeds, bikes and stuff.

at the end of the week they add up their savings. 1. time 2. environment 3. health 4. costs and whoever of the series makes the most improvments in the categories wins a trip of a lifetime to a desperate part of iraq to feature in their own dream beheading.

at the end of the whole series, the beheadings are then judged by a celebrity panel and an overall winner is selected.

the overall winners of the beheading section for each year out of ten years then go on to the grand anniversary final and have to challenge each other to travel to the afterlife and bag all the prime spots and rent them out to people who die after they did.

of each of the ten year anniversay winners, every hundred years get together for the ultimate century final, referred to herin as the quickening.

the program is then selected to be burnt at the stake.

edit as i forgot to name the show:

"Carol Smileys Behead your self to work quicker"

I would include Osama in the celebrity judging panel. The best way to beat him would be to include him. :P

Edited by Bossybabe

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The Bedsit Gardener: (BBC2 Wednesdays 18.00) showing how a family who live in a larger than average British home (120sq ft) are becoming self sufficient in order to help pay their £1m mortgage.

Pay Your Mortgage Off In Two Centuries: (BBC1 Friday 18.30, not Northern Ireland) financial wizard Alvin Lewis gives advice on the best intergenerational mortgages.

Chinese Whispers: (C4 Tuesdays 19.30) Teach yourself Mandarin. This week - asking for a job from a Chinese employer.

Russian Around The House: (ITV3 Monday 20.00) Docusoap following a group of lucky Britons employed in New Moscow (formerly London). This week: Trish and Jane are sold into white slavery.

Lodger and Out. (BBC1 Thursday 19.00) Cash strapped families who take on lodgers to help pay their £1m+ mortgages. This week, the lodgers aren’t happy when they’re asked to put up with another person in their room, and things get worse when the landlords provide wobbly bunkbeds.

I’m a Briton get me out of here! (BBC1 Saturday 19.00) Lottery programme where the contestants compete in humiliating games with the ultimate aim of being allowed to leave the country.

Brown Your Way: (All channels, daily, 08.00, 13.00, 20.00) Our Leader (PBUH) outlines the great work he is doing for our country. Broadcast live from the Bahamas.

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back in the 70s it was a light variety of stuff from things more diverse. such as 'pebble mill at one' 'schools' or the test card. then in the 80s we used to have a lot of soft australian imports like 'the sullivans' and 'neighbours' competing within the natural habitats of 'the sullivans' and 'take the high road'. in the 90s it was game shows such as 'going for gold' or 'dales supermarket sweep'. that seemed the norm. then a lot of daytime chat such as.

now it seems like the program makers have been going through the list of what were once simply ordinary household chores, under the guise of 'living tv'. which is a thin veil for mind controlling behaviour learning. teaching the ordinary uk citizen how to live in a modern country.

Your forgot the Southern TV classics of "Houseparty" and Jack (How!) Hargreaves in "Out Of Town"

I think the excessive use of high tech post production/editing equipment has made a lot of todays programmes at best annoying and at worst unwatchable. We are told we "like" the weird and jerky camera work with everything out of sequence.

Back in the 70's about the only cuts possible was the "live" switches between several studio camera's.

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Your forgot the Southern TV classics of "Houseparty" and Jack (How!) Hargreaves in "Out Of Town"

I think the excessive use of high tech post production/editing equipment has made a lot of todays programmes at best annoying and at worst unwatchable. We are told we "like" the weird and jerky camera work with everything out of sequence.

Back in the 70's about the only cuts possible was the "live" switches between several studio camera's.

Yes, this was talked about on Charlie Brooker's Screen Wipe. Rubbish like Big Brother simply wasn't technically possible a few years ago. Video editing made TV much cheaper, and satellite/digital technology made it easier to disseminate, leading to a vicious circle of more crap needing more channels. It provides a lot of employment for advertising people and young folk with trendy trainers and clipboards fresh out of Media Studies training.

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'How to tend your vegetable patch'

'How to repair old clothes'

'How to cook for your fmaily on the cheap'

It'll be a return to the good old days. I also expect feel-good sitcoms like 'The Good Life' and 'Bread' to return!

I think you are right.

There have already been a couple of programs on dealing with out of control debt, and paying off your mortgage within 2 years. I imagine there will be more of these, followed by programs on thrifty living, how to modify your home to accomodate extended family members, caring for the elderly on a budget, how to cook your dog, rice-growing for beginners, which trees are edible, powering your 4x4 on excrement, extracting gold fillings, making curtains from your own hair, how to get health care in Cuba, avoiding DNA/CCTV/IDcard/SATNAV monitoring etc etc etc

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  • Fifteen to None (Channel 4, Thursdays 17:00)

    William G. Stewart hosts this reality show where BTL'ers with 15 properties each have a week to sell their portfolio of showbox flats.

    Whomever makes the smallest loss after selling all 15 is declared the Fifteen To None Investor of the Week.

  • Can't Sell Won't Sell (BBC 2, Tuesdays 14:25)

    Sue Pollard travels the country to talk to the increasing number of homedebtors who can't sell because of negative equity or won't sell because "nobody will pay what the house is worth".

  • Neighbours (BBC 1, Weekdays 13:45, r17:35)

    A light hearted soap following Aussie families living through the Australian Property Crash. Times are hard, Harrold has to sell the Coffee Shop to a McDonalds franchise, The Kennedys being only a doctor and a teacher sit at home in the dark to save money in the evenings and Lou gives up his bottle-a-day habbit of fake-tan lotion.

  • Loose Women (ITV Weekdays 16:00)

    Daily talk show. Some burd out of the Nolans and some daft girl that was in big brother 4 years ago host a panel of women who have had to turn to prostitution (now the UK's biggest growth industry) to keep up with their mortgage payments.

  • Cash in the Attic (BBC1 Weekdays 12:20)

    Rolf Harris presents this show where homedebtors on the brink of losing their homes get help converting their Attics to sublet them to other families that have been kicked out on the street. The elite team includes Handy Andy (flooring), Craig That Scouse from Big Brother 1 (making tables an' that) and Rod Hull (aerial installation and roofing).

I lolled :lol:

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Ray Mearns Household Survival:

Tonight Ray shows us what household rubbish we can burn safely in a home-made brazier to heat our conservatories, also tips on how to catch slugs to make a slug and potato stew.

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