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Fine Living



World's Most Extreme Homes


Episode: India Director's Home, French Alpine Chalet, Canadian Island Home - 26:00 9 March

CR Simha's dramatic home features a two-ton statue of Charlie Chaplin holding up the roof. Wayne Adams and Catherine King built an island home on a 12,000-square-foot floating platform featuring a glass-bottomed sitting room.

Episode: Canadian Underground Home, Casa Los Andes, Miso Barrel One - 26:30 9 March

Bill Lishman created an energy efficient underground home in Ontario comprising seven interconnected domes. Sylvia Fort de Mulder and Juan Mulder's home in Lima, Peru is a tropical fiesta of colour with red, white and glass walls.

Episode: British Straw Bale Home, Mexican Mediterranean, Montreal Balloon Factory - 26:00 10 March

Environmental activist Rachel Whitehead and her partner Ravi live in the first two-storey straw bale home in the UK. Plus, experimental landscape architect Claude Cormier creates a minimalist home in an old balloon factory.

About the show

It may look weird to an onlooker but it's home, sweet, home to the owners of the most bizarre and unusual dwellings around the world, as host Ruth England finds out when she pays a visit and gets a guided tour by the families who call these unconventional houses home.

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