Meet Mr Gary Sparrow, just an ordinary bloke with an extraordinary life; almost a devoted and attentive husband, and a sometimes loyal and dependable best friend. By day a normal memorabilia salesman selling pristine wartime souvenirs, and, by night, an accidental time traveller extraordinaire. Duckett's Passage, a small alley tucked away in Whitechapel, is Gary's path back to war torn London and to his other life with Phoebe and the hapless Reg. With both Yvonne and Phoebe now pregnant the stress of a double life, and morning sickness, is beginning to take its toll. But can Gary contain himself for long enough to stop smoking the shop's unfiltered cigarette stock? And if he can't be trusted to look after his young nephew just how does he expect to be able to care for two children, decades apart?