Host David Olusoga is heading to Bristol subsequent
Award-winning social history series A Residence By way of Time will be back for a third series subsequent year on BBC2, it is been announced.
Presenter David Olusoga turns detective in the show as he makes use of a mix of genealogical records, documents and professional witnesses to trace the lives of the occupants of a single home.
The BBC revealed that the search has currently began in Bristol to discover the home that will take centre stage in the third series.
And they say “with the city’s wealthy maritime history, connections to the slave trade and technological heritage” they anticipate there will be a lot of drama in the subsequent series.
Commissioning Editor, Simon Young, mentioned: “This series has swiftly come to be a treasured aspect of the schedule on BBC2. It is a vitally critical returning series for us, completely reflecting our ambition for history programmes that connect the larger sweeps of our nation’s story to person lives lived all more than the nation.
“Having visited homes in Liverpool and Newcastle in the 1st two series, I’m thrilled that David will delve into Bristol’s wealthy history subsequent.”
The new series of A Residence By way of Time will be 4 components. The BBC will announce precise transmission specifics nearer the time.