A collection of programmes exploring the life and times of Queen Victoria
Exploring the famous monarch in a way that has never been done before – through music.
Dr Hannah Fry explores how technology transformed Britain in the 1890s.
Abdul is taken from his job at a prison to present a coin to Queen Victoria (Judi Dench).
Psychotherapist Philippa Perry explores ghosts, science and early cinema in the 1890s.
An exploration of Queen Victoria's tempestuous relationship with Prince Albert.
How a modest little girl grew up to be one of the world's most powerful women.
A grieving Queen Victoria finds herself drawn to an unconventional Highlander.
A group of 21st-century people move into a recreated Victorian slum in London's East End.
After a controlled childhood, Victoria (Emily Blunt) faces a fight to become queen.
Timewatch unravels the circumstances which turned a killer into a Gothic hero. (1988)
Ian Hislop provides an entertaining look at Victorian attitudes to welfare.
Investigation into the circumstances and rituals surrounding death in Victorian Britain.
How Queen Victoria used photography to change the monarchy's relationship with the public.
Kate Williams visits Hughenden, the Buckinghamshire house of Benjamin Disraeli.
Four bakers leave their businesses behind to bake their way through the Victorian era.
Modern-day confectioners use original recipes to recreate a Victorian sweet shop.
Sue Perkins exposes the lesser-known reality of the Dickens family Christmas.
Margaret Hale and her parents are forced to leave their idyllic life and move to Milton.
Suzannah Lipscomb reveals the killers that lurked in every room of the Victorian home.
Christina Trevanion looks at some of the best Victorian items unearthed by our teams.
How true is the 'no sex please, we are British' maxim that characterises the Victorians?
Countryfile explores the Victorian fascination with nature and the great outdoors.
Michael explores Victorian concerts, WWI battlefields and the bombing of Kibworth in 1940.
Lucy Worsley restages the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.