Liverpool FC: The 30-Year Wait

Full post-production on BBC's documentary: Liverpool FC: The 30-Year Wait

This documentary examines the story of Liverpool’s quest to return to the top of English football by winning the Premier League.

It’s a revealing insight into why the club fell away after their domination of football in the 80s; how the club’s identity was shaped by both the tragedies of Heysel and Hillsborough, the struggle to keep up with the rapidly changing world of football, and the Jurgen Klopp revolution that has returned them back to the summit of the game.

Narrated by Liverpool fan Jason Isaacs, this is a story told by the people who shaped the club we see today, including contributions from managers Jurgen Klopp, Rafa Benitez, Roy Evans, Gerard Houllier and Brendan Rodgers; chief executives Rick Parry and Ian Ayre; key players in Liverpool’s history including Mohamed Salah, Jordan Henderson, Virgil Van Dijk, Robbie Fowler, John Barnes, Michael Owen and the man who revolutionised the club, owner John Henry.

Timeline North co-ordinated full post-production facilities at its hub in MediaCityUK with the offline and online edit by Dom Robson-Smith, the Colourist was Neill Jones and Dubbing Mixer Dan Piggott. Workflow management by Chris Mann and Post Produced by Charlotte Bell.

Liverpool FC: The 30-Year Wait aired on Sunday, August 30, 9.00pm, BBC Two and is available on BBC iPlayer.

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