156/216 The death of Pitt and life inside the Poor House.
155/216 Peace falters, war with France resumes and the Battle of Trafalgar looms.
154/216 Pitt resigns and the Treaty of Amiens allows breathing space in the war with France.
153/216 Nelson turns a blind eye at the Battle of Copenhagen and the Napoleonic Wars begin.
152/216 Stalemate in the Irish question leads to the resignation of Pitt the Younger.
151/216 Nelson tastes victory in the Nile, funded by the nation's first ever income tax.
150/216 Wordsworth waxes lyrical about Revolution in France, while the Royal Navy rebels.
149/216 In France the Jacobins storm the Bastille and the Revolutionary War begins.
148/216 As the industrial revolution cranks into gear, the French Revolution is brewing.
147/216 Pitt the Younger proposes Parliamentary reform and the King's sanity is questioned.
146/216 The war with America is over, but England is suffering a crippling national debt.
145/216 Westminster scheming continues as Britain prepares to sign away its empire.
144/216 Franco-American forces triumph and Britain loses its American colonies.
143/216 America has proclaimed its independence, but the war with Britain continues.
142/216 Amid the threat of war, Benjamin Franklin drafts the Declaration of Independence.
141/216 The army confronts the Bostonian militia and the American War of Independence begins.
140/216 The origins of the American War of Independence are examined. Narrated by Anna Massey.
139/216 Warren Hastings followed in the footsteps of Clive of India in preserving British rule.
138/216 Anna Massey narrates how Lord North became the King's confidant.
137/216 1769 was a remarkable year for England and patents. Anna Massey narrates.
136/216 A look at 1770, when window taxes and a new police force were introduced.
135/216 Cook was given secret orders when he sailed from England. These were published in 1928.
134/216 Anna Massey looks at the taxation of American imports and the development of Edinburgh.
133/216 A time of inventions, salons and smuggling in eighteenth century Britain.
132/216 This programme looks at the character of King George III. Narrated by Anna Massey.
131/216 The North Briton newspaper exposed corruption within Parliament. Anna Massey narrates.
130/216 Anna Massey narrates the rise of Grenville.
129/216 The demise of George II and George III's attempts at radical constitutional change.
128/216 Despite his achievements in India and North America, Pitt the Elder is forced to resign.
127/216 Focussing on one of the most significant figures of British rule in India.