Martin Roberts, 56, has been a firm fixture on Homes Under The Hammer since the show’s first series in 2003. Now, 16 years later, the property expert has allowed fans to question him on the backstage tricks which are used on the show.
The small-screen star recently took the time to answer questions from viewers of the BBC show for his final “Ask Martin Monday”.
In view of his 23,000 followers, Martin wrote: “My last #askmartinmonday of 2019!! Tweet me your #homesunderthehammer questions or just #askmeanything and I'll answer below!”
A social media user quizzed: “What’s the best/worst artwork you’ve ever seen in a house? #askmartin.”
Martin let slip that the crew have to cover up the walls in some empty properties with tape, because the language may be considered offensive by some viewers.
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He replied: “Some of the stuff which is written on the walls! We have to cover it up with tape otherwise viewers might get offended.”
In response to “Ask Martin Monday”, another Twitter user expressed their disappointment that Homes Under The Hammer was not aired over the festive period.
The property auction show didn’t air on Christmas Eve, with the person in question saying: “But it’s not on today!