Three families live for a week at a time in three adjoining houses on Albert Road, Morecambe over 5 episodes. First episode has them living as Edwardians with servants in 1900s. Second ...
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A controversial 'fly-on-the-wall' documentary series documenting the people who live on James Turner Street, Birmingham which, according to several tabloid newspapers, 90% of it's residents live off government funded benefits
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Three families live for a week at a time in three adjoining houses on Albert Road, Morecambe over 5 episodes. First episode has them living as Edwardians with servants in 1900s. Second episode has them living in 1920s. Third episode has same families living as though during the 1939-45 World War. Fourth episode has a new coloured family instead, living through 1960s. Written by
The series 'Turn Back Time' is captivating to begin with, giving insight into life of those days in the UK.
For 'Turn Back Time: The Family' in particular,really showed just how each class of families operated, and socialised with one another. Unlike 'Turn Back Time: The High Street', this series showed barriers between everyone break down as time moved forward.
I must say I did enjoy it very much and happily await more from the 'Turn Back Time' series (if they do release more that is).
I gave this show an 8 out of 10, there are parts that weren't as striking to me as 'The High Street (which I would rate a 10)', but overall very enjoyable and I wouldn't mind watching it again.
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