Kirsty Young begins a history of how British families have changed since the Second World War by looking at marriage.
Using vibrant archive footage and bittersweet interviews, she examines how, from the 1940s to the late 1960s, marriage was transformed from a sometimes stifling institution into a more equal relationship. She discovers that although many marriages are now happier, the growing tide of divorce continues unstemmed.
|Executive Producer||Tom Giles|
|Executive Producer||Louise Norman|