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20 January 2009
An interview with Inez Rix, Spanish schools and universities, the property market and more

Today's show is an interview with Inez Rix who runs Direct Auctions in Spain.  Inez has been in Spain for 15 years and we discuss how things have changed since she's been here, her kids in Spanish school and at Spanish university, the current real estate market and much more.


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Tim said:
20 January 2009 @ 14:49

I saw you on The One show last night, funny to see you here today. Interesting chat although volume was a little low for Inez.

peter said:
20 January 2009 @ 14:57

I wonder how many expat kids end up going to uni in Spain? Would be interesting to know.

John & Irene Pattiso said:
20 January 2009 @ 15:19

Inez was Great, she makes me laugh. Enjoyed it very much. Well done Justin look forward to seeing more. It's better than watching True Movies

More said:
20 January 2009 @ 17:55

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John (in the UK) said:
20 January 2009 @ 21:15

Another informative and entertaining show. Can I suggest that you try to get the microphone(s) closer to yourselves, though? With all those tiled surfaces in the room it's very reverberant and not always clearly audible. Perhaps a small mic on the table in front of you or a tie clip mic for each presenter?

Daniel BRACKMAN said:
21 January 2009 @ 10:10

Good potential as a form of BBC iPlayer for Spain, although I would like to see a 'library' of these 'webisodes'. Good luck with it anyway.

Sandra said:
22 January 2009 @ 01:16

I've just watched the show and when it had finished I was smiling.
Inez was a great choice of interviewee for your first week she is a natural in front of the camera, as is Susan. Of course with Inez one could say she has had the practice, what with all her previous TV work-- ;o) I hope she is back soon.
Thank you both it was a super show.

Robert said:
22 January 2009 @ 07:24

Very pleasing to hear an estate agent talking realistically and honestly about the present market.
The shows are a a great help to a would be mover to Spain like me. I hope you can keep up the good work.

chelle&glenn said:
05 May 2009 @ 15:35

Great stuff. we,ve owned in Spain for 4 yrs but only just found this site. Working our way through the shows to catch up! Keep up the good work.Hope to collect lots of usefull info plus as always, the lingo. Hasta pronto!

Chelle & Glenn.

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