BBC Two has confirmed A House Through Time will return for a fourth series.
Historian and presenter David Olusoga will return to explore the lives of residents within a single house and uncover the untold stories of the previous occupants through detective work, contemporary documents and genealogical records.
The four-part series will see Olusoga head to Leeds for series four, a city filled with historical ties to the Civil War and technological advancements.
"Leeds is a fascinating city that I am fortunate to have close personal ties with, so I am particularly looking forward to learning more about its history," said Olusoga. "My parents lived in the city during the 1960s and I have family in Leeds today. I am excited at the prospect of coming back to a city that I studied in and called home during the 1990s, a city I've been fond of ever since."
Patrick Holland, BBC Two Controller, added: “A House Through Time is a time machine, taking the audience deep into the lost lives of everyday Britons, exploring the forces and incidents that made their worlds.
"David Olusoga is a unique voice, bringing brilliant historical analysis together with unequalled empathy and storytelling skill. With consolidated audiences of over three million for this current series, I am delighted that the audience is as appreciative of this wonderful programme as I am.”
A House Through Time will head to Leeds for series four in 2021.