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Sir Tony Robinson and an expert design team help groups of residents explore their own street's history, as they unearth surprising stories and hidden treasures.
The residents of Hebron Road in Bedminster, Bristol, discover the street's links to the local chocolate and tobacco factories, and the history of a local fraudster who claimed to be foreign royalty.
The residents of Somerset Road in Handsworth, Birmingham, discover links between their street, the famous jewellery trade and the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution.
The team meets the residents of Portland Street in Aberystwyth, exploring the area's maritime traditions and discovering a little-known LGBTQ+ icon from the past. Welsh language and culture are celebrated as another resident discovers a link between Portland Street and the National Eisteddfod, and one couple's love of music inspires a sound exhibit.
The team meet the residents of Calvert Street in Norwich, and help them to create their own pop-up museum celebrating the history of one of the town's oldest streets. Residents Brian and Patrick are inspired by a mysterious group of Flemish immigrants, some ancient finds are reinterpreted as a state-of-the-art augmented reality exhibit, and a huge red shoe takes centre stage.
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