Two nations. Two cities. Two blocks of flats. Twelve households. All living through one of the most tumultuous periods in modern history: the Second World War.
David Olusoga returns with his popular history series, but this time with a difference. It’s the tale of two apartment blocks, one in London, the other in Berlin, over three decades, from the Roaring Twenties to the aftermath of World War Two.
Paul Honey, who was RTS nominated this year for his score for The People's Piazza: A History of Covent Garden, scores.
A House Through Time: A Tale of Two Cities is a 4x60 series produced for BBC Two by Twenty Twenty Television. The executive producer is Mary Crisp. The series broadcasts on BBC Two later this year.