Tis a 'revisiting' one but we'd rather watch that than the news... Master carpenter Bill Bradley and his wife Sarah built not one but two timber houses in south London on the site of Bill's old wood workshop. Their plan was to sell one to pay for the other in the hope of living mortgage-free, but the long narrow site, sandwiched between two rows of houses, was far from an easy proposition. To get round the difficulties of the site, Bill and Sarah's houses needed oblique windows, skylights and double-height glazed courtyards to create two beautiful but private homes. Kevin returns to see if Bill completed both of the houses.