The Ferrones enter the 1930s with trepidation. As the Great Depression bites, jobs are lost, food is scarce and offal is back on the menu. However, there are a few treats including a trip to the movies with David Stratton.
Michael Buerk discovers how the Victorians took on the world of exploration and adventure, and brought it home to Britain for everyone to share. His voyage of discovery begins at the Natural History Museum, where Michael comes face-to-face with a dinosaur who changed the course of history.
Stacey meets a farmer who has a team of bullocks and uses them in the way farmers did in the past. What makes bullocks good for pulling heavy loads on a farm? How does the farmer control the bullock team? Why did farmers stop using bullocks? When did farmers stop using bullocks in Australia?
If David Olusoga's first film in Civilisations is about the art that followed and reflected early encounters between different cultures, his second explores the artistic reaction to imperialism in the 19th century. David shows the growing ambivalence with which artists reacted to the idea of progress - both intellectual and scientific - that underpinned the imperial mission and followed the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution.
Learn all about the struggles of the early settlers with the help of Horrible Histories' Gorgeous Georgians. Test your knowledge of all things First Fleet in the quiz.
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