BBC TV presenter Kristian Digby's death 'misadventure'

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Kristian Digby was born into a family of property developers

A verdict of death by misadventure has been recorded at the inquest of BBC property show presenter Kristian Digby.

The 32-year-old was found dead at his flat in Richford Road, Newham, east London, on 1 March.

Mr Digby was raised in Torquay, Devon, and had gone on to present on a number of property shows, including BBC One's To Buy or Not To Buy.

His agent and friend Jo Wander described him as "a lovely guy" and a very talented presenter and director.

An inquest into his death was held at Walthamstow Coroners' Court in east London on Monday.

The property expert, who was born into a family of property developers, worked on a number of other shows including Double Agents, Living In The Sun, House Swap and Buy It, Sell It, Bank It.

His short film, Last Train to Demise, won the Melbourne Film Festival Best Student Film in 1998 and Words of Deception won him a junior Bafta in 1997.

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