A house through time

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  1. jimmyhillsfanclub

    jimmyhillsfanclub Well-Known Member

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    Anyone else watch?

    Fascinating series.
     
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    what channel?
     
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    Brilliant.
     
  4. jimmyhillsfanclub

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    BBC 2.......go from the start on I player. It's basically a walk through modern British history thru the lives of those who lived in a single house in Liverpool.

    Top class BBC output
     
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    Sounds good. I'll give it a go
     
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    Have enjoyed it. The presenter a little condescending at times but he does make it interesting. Lots of fascinating social history. We went to Liverpool last year for a short break and the importance of the docks was clear. Would recommend the maritime and slave museum.


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    saw it last week - something id love to do for my house (got a watchmakers trail blue plague)

    I find that sort of stuff very interesting
     
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    Nice one, will give that a go.

    On a similar theme, read an excellent book by Richard Benson on similar lines about a family who lived in the South Yorkshire coalfield:

    Thoroughly recommend that and another one he did about a farming family.
     

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