C'mon, it might make you feel better about yer own gaff... Here are some real-life stories of people's property nightmares, beginning with the north London homeowners who had to go to court when their £900,000 dream purchase was taken over by squatters. The programme also features some expats whose rebuilding of their damaged home in Andalusia was halted by the police, and a retired couple who bought a villa in Cyprus reveal how they lost their money on a crumbling wreck. Speaking of which, Caroline Quentin hosts the second instalment of Restoration Home over on BBC2 from 8.00pm. Tonight, she meets the owners of a pumping station in Nutbourne, West Sussex, which closed in the 1970s and is now an industrial-sized bunker full of rusting machinery. When the couple learn about the crucial role it played during the Great Depression of the 1930s, they feel a connection that influences their conversion plans.