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A House Through Time Season 04 Episode 04 is going to release on 28th September 2021, Tuesday on BBC Two, CBS, and Fox. Fans are excited.

A House Through Time is a BBC Two documentary series which is produced by Twenty Twenty TV. The very first series of the show aired in 2018, followed by the second one in 2019, the third one in 2020, and the fourth one in 2021, all of which focused on the history of a single residential building in an English city.

David Olusoga, who studied history at the University of Liverpool in the early 1990s and is now Professor of Public History at Manchester University, hosts the show. Professor Deborah Sugg Ryan of the University of Portsmouth, a design historian, serves as the series consultant and appears in each episode.

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About the Show:

In the show, David Olusogacomes back to Leeds to investigate the history of a single home and the lives of its inhabitants who are living there from the Victorian era to the current day. The third series, set in Bristol, delves into the history of 10 Guinea Street, whose residents included satirist John Shebbeare and Bristol’s future mayor, Sir John Kerle Haberfield.

In episode 3, David Olusoga travels back to 1913, when Frederick and Louisa Pryce Lewis lived at Number 5 and utilizes a family picture book to track down Lewis’s son Walter. Later we see that David delves into the lives of Laurence and May Bendit, who are a married couple and share a love for theosophy as a spiritual movement and other similar philosophies.

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A House Through Time Season 04 Episode 04

A House Through Time Season 04 Episode 04 Release Date:

It is going to release on 28th September 2021, Tuesday.

Where to Watch Online

It is going to release on 28th September 2021, Tuesday on BBC Two, CBS,,, and Fox. You can also watch the show on Amazon Prime and Hotstar.

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