The final week for the Jones and Braddock families on their 1890 smallholding.
The first day of spring on the families' 1890 smallholding sees tempers fray.
Looking at Caledonian Road, which has always been resolutely working class.
Looking at Camberwell Grove, an elegant oddity now set amid the seething inner city.
Looking at Deptford High Street, once seen as 'the Oxford Street of south London'.
Dickens is joined by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert to discuss the Victorian Christmas.
Charles Dickens and reforming peer Lord Shaftesbury discuss child labour.
Charles and Doctor Thomas Barnardo discuss the Victorian phenomenon of the workhouse.
Charles Dickens discusses Victorian health with Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale.
Michael Portillo finds out the secrets behind Kirkby's famous blue slate.
Michael Portillo sets sail from Heysham to the Isle of Man.
Michael Portillo sees how the Victorian railways first fuelled invention in Wigton.
Michael Portillo discovers the unique cross-border history of Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Michael Portillo discovers the Victorian coal heritage of Cardiff.
Michael Portillo visits the home in Hartlebury of Queen Victoria's favourite bishop.
Michael Portillo discovers Britain's hidden micro-mines within the Forest of Dean.
A film examining Victorian financiers including Samuel Gurney and Natty Rothschild.
Tom branches out into dentistry. And photography starts to become a popular hobby.
Dan Snow and Sian Williams are at Erddig House in North Wales.
The pharmacy enters a period of regulation and new laws.
The team looks at an era of innovation in the Victorian pharmacy.
The team create their own 'cure all' remedies from rhubarb, licquorice, soap and syrup.
The team investigate how the discovery of germs made disinfectants a best-seller.
The team discover the world of pharmacy in 1837, the beginning of Queen Victoria's reign.
Michael Portillo finds out about shoddy, a successful 19th-century recycling industry.
Paul Murton travels by train from the foot of Ben Nevis to the fabled Isle of Skye.
How medieval imagery made a surprise return to Victorian places of worship.
The child workers whose exploitation was key to the success of the Industrial Revolution.
Ruth Goodman and food historian Ivan Day try their hand at making a Christmas pudding.
In Shropshire there's harvesting to be done before Christmas, and mince pies to be made.