WELSH and living in Spain?

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  • #55394
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    Hi

    I’m hoping to make a TV current affairs programme for the BBC about the problems Welsh ex pats are having with Spanish property.

    I’m focusing the programme on Welsh people who have been served demolition orders, after their homes have been declared illegal or have fallen victim to land grab. I’m also interested in people who have been mis-sold properties or are thinking of buying in Spain for the first time.

    If anyone would like to get in touch they can email me on philip.williams@bbc.co.uk

    Many thanks

  • #96163
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    Does being Welsh make them more of a victim than being English or Scottish or any other nationality?

    Or is the programme being broadcast in the Welsh language?

    Or perhaps i’m missing the point entirely. If thats the case, sorry!

  • #96164
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    The follow up programme is about the experience of English second home owners who purchased a holiday home in Wales in the 1980s.

  • #96178
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    @Russ W wrote:

    The follow up programme is about the experience of English second home owners who purchased a holiday home in Wales in the 1980s.

    I remember the coal board were running a TV advert at the time about “come home to a real fire”, and some wag had written somewhere “Buy a house in Wales, and come home to a real fire!” 😀

  • #96190
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    @agoreira wrote:

    I remember the coal board were running a TV advert at the time about “come home to a real fire”, and some wag had written somewhere “Buy a house in Wales, and come home to a real fire!” 😀

    That wag was actually the ‘Not the nine o’clock news’ team on the BBC.

  • #96195
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    @spanishsteve wrote:

    Does being Welsh make them more of a victim than being English or Scottish or any other nationality?

    Or is the programme being broadcast in the Welsh language?

    Or perhaps i’m missing the point entirely. If thats the case, sorry!

    Hi Steve
    It doesn’t make them any less victims at all but our programme is broadcast in Wales a has a brief to investigate issues affecting Welsh people.
    Hope you understand

  • #96292
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    Hi, I am welsh – have a look at my thread above where I was looking for help from a lawyer!

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