15 January 2020 22:34
Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from ChronicleLive - daily Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email A Tyneside family are set to feature on a popular Channel 4 property programme on Wednesday. The latest episode of Kirstie and Phil's Love It or List It, which was filmed in Cullercoats, North Tyneside, will be aired at 8pm. In the series, hosts Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp usually go head to head as they battle it out to convince homeowners to either sell their home or refurbish it. The show on Wednesday will feature the Drummond family, who have emotional ties to their house, and viewers will have to tune in to see what they decide to do at the end of the programme. A spokesperson for Channel 4 said: "Kirstie and Phil return for a brand new series of Love It or List It.
"Once again, they're ready to come to the rescue of families at war over whether to love or list their home. With rising building costs and uncertain house prices, this decision has never been harder. "This time, Kirstie and Phil are off to Cullercoats, in North Tyneside, to help Mark and Suze Drummond, whose emotional ties to their four-bed Victorian townhouse have left them in limbo. (Image: Channel 4) "Sadly, five years ago they left their home to have their first child together, but just a few hours after Chester was born, they lost him and had to return home as a two. "Happily, the house is now home to many happy memories, as well as three-year-old Cora, Mark's daughter Kayleigh, and there's another baby girl on the way. Stay up to date with the latest where you live Looking for the latest news in your postcode? We have launched a brand new website InYourArea.co.uk allowing you to stay up to date with what's happening near you. It also has an app. Search the latest news, property listings, jobs, planning applications, public notices and more. To get breaking news sent to your phone, download the ChronicleLive app here. "All these emotions make it very difficult for Suze to leave. Meanwhile Mark thinks they can take their memories with them to a house with a better layout, a bigger garden and a driveway to park their car. "While Kirstie comes up with a plan that exceeds their expectations for their ground floor, she can't give them a garden or parking. "Phil thinks he's onto a winner, but ticking all of Mark and Suze's boxes by the coast is no mean feat, leading Phil to play his biggest wild card to date. Could Phil have gone too far this time though, or will his risky throw of the dice lead to victory for team list it?"