Charting how the stiff upper lip emerged in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
The dramatic story of the conservation of the Cutty Sark, the world-famous clipper ship.
Tom branches out into dentistry. And photography starts to become a popular hobby.
Dan Snow and Sian Williams experience what life was like on board a 19th century warship.
A look at the paintings of the sailors, slaves and scholars who helped shape modern London
A painting found near a rubbish tip turns out to be a lost work by Winslow Homer.
An Irish poet and a Lithuanian director explore the links between language and identity.
The team investigate how the discovery of germs made disinfectants a best-seller.
The team try out some Victorian remedies on volunteers, including the bronchial kettle.
The team discover the world of pharmacy in 1837, the beginning of Queen Victoria's reign.
James Braxton gets to see a collection of rare mineral sculptures made by miners.
Michael Portillo finds out about shoddy, a successful 19th-century recycling industry.
Paul Murton travels from Dunkeld via the Tay river to Balmoral on an 1870s tricycle.