Live The Dream As Seen on Scre

About the Show

About the Show

What would Pride and Prejudice be without Pemberley? Rebecca without Manderlay? Only Fools and Horses without Nelson Mandela House? In many of our most loved dramas, the locations and settings have become as familiar to us as the characters. This series takes us on a tour of 18 of the UK’s most famous and beautiful properties, all with a film or television connection. For anyone who’s ever dreamt of owning an enchanting period house as seen in Persuasion, or an Art Deco home featured on Poirot or even the converted grain warehouse from Stephen Fry’s Kingdom, this series will provide a glimpse into what it’s like to Live The Dream: As Seen On Screen. Melissa Porter and Nick Barratt take a look round dream homes in Morse’s Oxford, Doc Martin’s Cornwall and the Norfolk Coast of Kingdom, revealing the pick of the property market in each of these sought-after places to live.


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Hello, and thank you for this opportunity to comment.
I have seen very few episodes of Live the Dream As Seen on Screen. Both Melissa Porter and Nick Barratt are gorgeous hosts,
and the program is so beautifully done, but what irritates me is this...
There has been some beautiful classical music played in the background, yet no mention of the music is made. Nobody learns the titles of these beautiful pieces of music and there is no mention in the credits. We are left feeling disgruntled and dissatisfied. Personally I refer to the background music in the main bedroom, of the episode dealing with Chris and Theresa's beautiful top floor apartment in Sandbanks, Dorset. Please, kindly tell me what this was if you possibly can. Music credits would make this program complete and absolutely wonderful.
Thank you again for this opportunity.