A House Through Time
A House Through Time is British History TV series. Stars: David Olusoga, Deborah Sugg Ryan, Gaynor Evans. It premiered on Jan 04, 2018, on BBC Two. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.4 *.
How Many Seasons Of A House Through Time Were Made: 1 (4 episodes)
Season premieres on January 4, 2018
BBC Two, 4 episodes
A House Through Time is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Thursdays at 9 pm
S1E4 (Episode 4) - Air Date: Jan 25, 2018 (about a year ago)
This is the historic Newcastle home set to be featured on BBC's A House Through Time - Chronicle Live - via Chroniclelive
A House Through Time presenter and historian David Olusoga himself has links to Newcastle, having spent time growing up in the city. He will unveil a plaque recognising Alder's achievements at the address on Wednesday, September 26.
'Big stories, events and ideas' - why David Olusoga chose to film A House Through Time in Newcastle - Chronicle Live - via Chroniclelive
How to find the secret history of your home - A House Through Time style - Liverpool Echo - via Liverpoolecho
A House Through Time: Research tips from Yorkshire's own 'house detective' - Yorkshire Post - via Yorkshirepost
A House Through Time, episode four review: closing the door on the house that history built - The Telegraph - via Telegraph
A House Through Time, episode 1 review: a well-built study of the great Victorian lottery - The Telegraph - via Telegraph
It would be fascinating to know quite how many addresses were scoped before the producers plumped for an early Victorian four-storey terrace in Liverpool with a basement and handsome sash windows. The house was 62 Falkner Street (formerly number 58). The street got its name from Mr Faulkner (we never found out what happened to the U), through whose fields it was first ploughed. Other secrets were intriguingly disinterred.
Were the residents of the BBC's 'A House Through Time' especially unlucky? - Liverpool Echo - via Liverpoolecho
Liverpool city centre house featured in BBC's A House Through Time goes on the market - Liverpool Echo - via Liverpoolecho