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Home's by the Sea: Series 1

Technology Documentary hosted by Charlie Luxton, published by Conduct 4 in 2015 - English narration — 1-Cover.jpg


Homes by the Sea: Series 1
Charlie Luxton visits some of Britain's best homes by the sea to boon out what makes the fully realized coastal property

1) South West Wales
Charlie Luxton visits some of Britain's best seaside properties and designs his own dream poorhouse in each setting, delightful arousal from neighbourhood architecture and scenery. He begins on the Pembrokeshire seaside, where he views a range-age poorhouse built into the cliffs of St Brides Bay and advises a connect performance a great renovation propose overlooking Fishguard Keep. He then heads to Newport, sailing up the River Nevern to enquire into the secrets of a notable waterside belongings, before visiting an prehistoric stronghold that doubles up as a restful unceasingly a once shanty.

2) South Devon
Architectural conspirator Charlie Luxton travels to the south Devon seaside to consider why it has become the most sought-after recall in Britain to have a seaside belongings. He begins at a clifftop poorhouse near Brixham, before visiting a fisherman's shanty in Lympstone. He then explores a shelter inspired by the modernist plan of the 1960s in Kingswear, and also checks out a 1930s villa overlooking Torbay.

3) Norfolk
Charlie Luxton travels to Norfolk to enquire into more coastal properties, genesis at Blakeney where a connect take him on a junket of their former granary poorhouse, located on the quayside with views across the dry humour marshes. He also visits a lighthouse in Winterton-on-Sea, a run aground hut in Sheringham and a 200-year-old windmill in Cley next the Sea.

4) Isle of Skye
Charlie Luxton visits the Isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides to enquire into how some of the island's evil buildings are being brought backwards to life-force by an influx of newcomers. He explores a ritual Skye longhouse, which blends Scottish asceticism and Scandinavian , before viewing a waxen belongings and a current acreage shelter. He also looks lining the ancestral poorhouse of The Almighty and Lady Macdonald, and an eco-poorhouse decorated with flotsam and jetsam.

5) Kent and Sussex
Charlie explores properties on the Kent and Sussex coasts, genesis at a poorhouse inspired by the seafront properties of Australia in Camber Sands. He also visits a poorhouse made from a converted train deportment in Dungeness, a Martello fleche in Dymchurch, and two properties in the metropolis of Brighton.

6) Northumberland
Charlie Luxton explores coastal properties in Northumberland, genesis in the fishing village of Craster, where he visits Craster Fleche — an 18th-century Georgian mansion — before wayfaring to Whitley Bay to a seafront semi-disinterested belongings. He also explores a newfangled-raise overlooking Druridge Bay and a transformed farmstead near Bamburgh.


Technical Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 3234 Kbps
* Video Standpoint Relationship: 1.778 (16:9)
* Video Undertaking: 1280 x 720
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/s VBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-Unceasingly A Once: 48mins
* Framerate: 25 fps
* Mob of Parts: 3
* Container Mp4
* Let Go Measurements: 1.07 GB
* Roots: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65


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