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Please be sure that the supposed source of the copyright violation is not itself a Wikipedia mirror. On the first leg, he discovers the unique cross-border history of Berwick-Upon-Tweed, hears the unique story of the Pitman Painters of Ashington and sees first-hand the perils of working on the rails in Victorian times. 24 "Belfast to Whitehead" 2February2012(2012-02-02) Portillo explores the fascinating history of Belfast's Victorian docks, discovers the Irish spade-making traditions untouched for over 150 years, and takes a walk on the wild side with Whitehead's Victorian coastal paths. Although some of his interviews with local people are planned, the most entertaining meetings are with people he chats to after chance meetings in the street, in restaurants or on trains. (January 2016) Michael Portillo starts his latest tour as Hampton Court Palace, where he is treated to a private tour of the Great Vine - the world's longest grapevine - before moving on to stately Claremont House, where tragic circumstances led directly to the birth of the Victorian era. # Episode Original airdate 1 "Manchester to Birkenhead" 6January2014(2014-01-06) Portillo begins in Manchester, where he finds out how the world's first industrialised city produced a revolutionary political movement, and learns about the railway workers who founded one of the most successful football clubs of all time. In Highgate, he investigates the terraced catacombs of one of London's vast 19th-century cemeteries. ^ "Great British Railway Journeys". Swindon to Penzance[edit]. 17 "Bardon Mill to Wigton" 24January2012(2012-01-24) Portillo gets his hands dirty following the example of Victorian archaeologists at Hadrian's Wall, discovers how the invention of the ticket machine made a big difference to 19th-century rail users, and sees how the Victorian railways first fuelled invention in Wigton.

The first series, which originally ran during 2010 from 4 January to 29 January, consisted of four journeys: "Liverpool" to "Scarborough","Preston" to "Kirkcaldy", "Swindon" to "Penzance" and "Buxton" to "London". # Episode Original airdate 11 "Newcastle to Chester-le-Street" 17January2011(2011-01-17) This journey follows some of the earliest railways in the country from Newcastle to Melton Mowbray. The second part of the series sees Portillo go from port to port, from Portsmouth on the south coast to Grimsby on the east coast. He travels on the capital's first underground railway, the Metropolitan line, from Amersham, where he discovers the foundations for modern day suburbia. He reflects on the Harrow rail disaster of 1952 and visits a country estate in Tring, Hertfordshire, before alighting at Cheddington in Buckinghamshire, which is close to the scene of 1963's Great Train Robbery. Please remedy this by editing this article to remove any non-free copyrighted content and attributing free content correctly, or flagging the content for deletion. Series 2 homepage Buy online DVD Where to buy Series 1 View episodes Michael Portillo travels the length and breadth of the country by train Series 1 homepage You may also like View all Similar programmes By genre: Factual > History Factual > Travel By format: Documentaries HomeScheduleProgrammesTV Guide . Episodes[edit].

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