Two Norfolk couples said they are "living the dream" as they were revisited by film crews for a follow-up show of I Escaped to the Country.

In an episode of the BBC show on October 25, host Jules Hudson revisited those he had previously helped find their dream homes.

He opened by saying of all the people who've been on the show, he's never helped anyone escape from Norfolk.

"That tells you everything you need to know," he said.

Hudson first reunited with Tracey and Jason who appeared on the show last year looking for a four-bed with an annex.

The host took them to a listed former pub in Scottow that the couple went on to buy for £715,000.

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A year later, they were settled in and said the move had given them "a new lease on life".

Jules Hudson then revisited Aileen and Steve who appeared on the show last year hoping to move near family in Wymondham.

The search took them to Thurlton as well as Palgrave and Botesdale in Suffolk.

Jules was back to see their £380k home near Watton, just 15 miles from their family.

The couple said they were "living the dream".

I Escaped to the Country is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.