4-part BBC Two series charts the chronology of a Newcastle-based house.
Paul Honey has scored series 2 of the critically acclaimed programme A House Through Time.
Presenter David Olusoga traces the lives of the residents who, across many years of history, lived within a single house. In this new outing of the factual series, he uncovers stories of the varied residents of a terraced house in Newcastle’s West End.
Chronicling the residents’ stories from the 1820s to the present day, Olusoga reveals real-life drama ranging from burglary to bigamy, as well as colourful characters including a vengeful lawyer, a scientist faced with financial ruin, and a doctor entangled in a workhouse scandal.
Paul Honey also scored series 1 of A House Through Time.
A House Through Time is commissioned by Simon Young and produced by Twenty Twenty Television for BBC Two. The series producer is Mary Crisp. The series airs from 8th April 2019.