There was only one episode of Who's Been Sleeping in My House I did not like and that was when it was about ghosts and spirits. If you haven't caught the show, it has the show's host investigating the history of a house with an architecturally or historically interesting past. For example this week in the most recent series covered both, an interesting house and where British MP John Stonehouse hid from the authorities after faking his suicide.
At times the people who own and live in the house are just as interesting. More than once I have seen the woman of the house behaving a little bit as an English country house mistress, with pearls around her neck, carelessly dressed in quality clothing, no make up and hair a bit wild. What often lets them down is their speech. Certain words give away that they, being of a certain age and having gone to a posh private school, would speak a certain way, and they don't. In fact they drop some real classic speech clangers that marks them as being very very Australian and have not kept company with well and privately educated people in their formative years. I don't focus on the blokes of the houses so much, as they are usually in the background.
Not that any of the previous matters too much. Just an observation. Anyway, I quite enjoy the show and it is ages since I have written anything about tv.
There is a little snigger matter and person connection about the host of the show I have learnt, so if you are interested and I know who you are, send me an email.