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For anyone who loves period drama's Victoria season 1 and 2 are a must. Jenna Coleman is superbly cast as the young queen. Beautiful and headstrong, the relationship between her and Albert is explored from the perspective of their intimacy, friendship and intellectual diversity of interests. For example, Albert is fascinated by the beginning of new technologies such as the steam railways carry Victoria along in his enthusiasm. Albert ensures a new sewerage system and closet toilet is implemented at the palace improving living and working conditions for the Royal Household and their staff - demonstrating the impact royal approval on the industrial revolution. Look out for the Royal couples visit to the Highlands in season 2 with an extra special romantic episode spent roughing it in an old Scottish bothy - apparently it really happened! Some great horsemanship on display by Atkinson Action Horses too!!

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  • Victoria Series 1 & 2 [DVD] [2017] Victoria Series 1 & 2 | DVD | (13/11/2017) from £22.99  |  Saving you £0.00 (0.00%)  |  RRP £22.99

    The complete Series 1&2 of the smash hit TV property following Victoria throughout her long and prosperous life as she becomes Queen, Wife and Mother. Series 1&2 take a look at her ascension to the throne and her marriage while series 2 sees her facing the challenges of becoming a mother whilst ruling over a nation in constant unrest. Starring Jenna Coleman, Tom Hughes, David Bamber, Peter Bowles, Bebe Cave, Margaret Clunie, Samantha Colley, Martin Compston, Daniel Donskoy, Emerald Fennell, Catherine Flemming, Daniela Holtz, Nell Hudson, Alex Jennings, Ferdinand Kingsley, Tommy Knight, Denis Lawson, Nigel Lindsay, Nicole McCauliffe, Eve Myles, David Oakes, Paul Rhys,Dame Diana Rigg, Adrian Schiller, Leo Suter, Jordan Waller, Anna Wilson-Jones, Bruno Wolkowitch with Peter Firth, Alex Jennings and Rufus Sewell. Directed by Ollie Blackburn, Lisa James Larsson, Geoffrey Sax, Sandra Goldbacher, Jim Loach and Daniel O'Hara, Tom Vaughan

  • Victoria Series 1 & 2 [Blu-ray] [2017] Victoria Series 1 & 2 | Blu Ray | (27/11/2017) from £29.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The complete Series 1&2 of the smash hit TV property following Victoria throughout her long and prosperous life as she becomes Queen, Wife and Mother. Series 1&2 take a look at her ascension to the throne and her marriage while series 2 sees her facing the challenges of becoming a mother whilst ruling over a nation in constant unrest. Starring Jenna Coleman, Tom Hughes, David Bamber, Peter Bowles, Bebe Cave, Margaret Clunie, Samantha Colley, Martin Compston, Daniel Donskoy, Emerald Fennell, Catherine Flemming, Daniela Holtz, Nell Hudson, Alex Jennings, Ferdinand Kingsley, Tommy Knight, Denis Lawson, Nigel Lindsay, Nicole McCauliffe, Eve Myles, David Oakes, Paul Rhys,Dame Diana Rigg, Adrian Schiller, Leo Suter, Jordan Waller, Anna Wilson-Jones, Bruno Wolkowitch with Peter Firth, Alex Jennings and Rufus Sewell. Directed by Ollie Blackburn, Lisa James Larsson, Geoffrey Sax, Sandra Goldbacher, Jim Loach and Daniel O'Hara, Tom Vaughan

  • Victoria: The Christmas Special [DVD] [2017] Victoria: The Christmas Special | DVD | (26/12/2017) from £12.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Victoria and Albert have very different expectations for a family Christmas, and the arrival of a young African orphan at the Palace puts them at loggerheads. Victoria is uncharacteristically melancholy in the festive season. Albert, on the other hand, is gripped by an obsession with staging the perfect family Christmas, and ruffles feathers as he transforms the Palace into a magical festive wonderland. But Victoria is furious to find that, in fact, Albert has invited two very unwelcome house guests. ?Tis the season for historic enmities to finally climax, new romances to blossom and sacrifices to be made but a terrifying accident calls the couple's priorities into question, and Victoria and Albert finally realise that they must leave behind the pain of their upbringings if they are to give their own children the Christmas that they never had.

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