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By Chris Fernandez-Packham (Victorian History Lover/Queen Victoria Fan)

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The Victorians were the first truly world wide, high speed, high tech civilisation, but they are often misunderstood. Your host, Chris Fernandez-Packham, will bust popular myths, cover events around the world, and focus on a people centric history. You will see how the Victorians shaped the world, changing it from the age of horse, musket, cannon and sail to the age of steam, rifle and iron in this monthly podcast with regular special episodes and bonus content. You will learn about Queen Victoria, Charles Dickens, Volcanoes, Famines, great art, geography and so much more. You will discover how the Victorians changed our landscapes, and mastered new energy forms that have led us to move from being a part of the natural world to shapers of it. You will learn how the modern world was created by the actions of the Victorians. You will learn how the Victorians gave birth to our modern understanding of weather, climate, history and even time and space.

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Very interesting.

Full of great information and details. All presented nice and clearly

Interesting, entertaining and well crafted

A thoughtful and superbly presented podcast. The topics are intelluigently chosen and the level of detail is spot on. Am really enjoying it.

A grand tour of the Victorian age

I really like this show. It's well and warmly presented, and you can tell the host loves the subject. I especially like the minisodes, which are able to jump back and forwards to cover varied and interesting topics, whether the development of ice cream or the plight of match factory workers. Strongly recommended!

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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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