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All the Right Moves


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Tonight Christian a meets a retired couple who house-sit and look after pets while the owners are away, Quentin Willson investigates a pioneering house-selling scheme that aims to eliminate the need for estate agents, and three design experts choose the house they believe will stand the test of time.
Paul Higgins reveals ways of adding to a property's value, while this week's Des Res is Burgh Island off the south Devon coast, the one-time retreat of author Agatha Christie.
Executive producer Mark Hill : Series producer Tracy Jeune
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Unknown: Quentin Willson
Unknown: Paul Higgins
Unknown: Agatha Christie.
Producer: Mark Hill
Producer: Tracy Jeune

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