Press enter after choosing selection

Victorian Slum House

DVD - 2017 Adult DVD / Nonfiction / History / Victorian slum house, DVD 305.569 Vi 2 On Shelf 1 request on 5 copies Community Rating: 5 out of 5

Cover image for Victorian slum house

Sign in to request

Locations
Call Number: Adult DVD / Nonfiction / History / Victorian slum house, DVD 305.569 Vi
On Shelf At: Malletts Creek Branch, Westgate Branch

Location Call Number Branch Item Status
Malletts Adult A/V Adult DVD / Nonfiction / History / Victorian slum house Malletts Creek Branch On Shelf
Westgate Adult A/V Adult DVD / Nonfiction / History / Victorian slum house Westgate Branch On Shelf
Downtown 1st Floor DVD 305.569 Vi Downtown Library Due 12-16-2020
Pittsfield Adult A/V Adult DVD / Nonfiction / History / Victorian slum house Pittsfield Branch Due 12-16-2020
Traverwood Adult A/V Adult DVD / Nonfiction / History / Victorian slum house Traverwood Branch Due 12-16-2020

Originally produced as episodes of the television series: Victorian slum house.
Program content: ©2016.
(approximately 58 min.). 1880s / directors of photography, Anthony Dalton, Rob Goldie ; producer, Dan Howell ; directors, Tom Currie, Cassie Farrell, Ed Sunderland ; editors, Matt White, Felix Buckley, Doug Howarth ; producer/director, Kim Maddever
(approximately 57 min.). 1900s / directors of photography, Anthony Dalton, Rob Goldie ; producer, Amy Morgan ; producer/director, Cassie Farrell ; directors, Tom Currie, Kim Maddever, Ed Sunderland, Caroline Miller ; editors, Dan MacDonald, Doug Howarth
Presenter, Michael Mosley ; cast, Mandy Howarth, Shazeda Haque, James Howarth, Lee Goldfarb, Yasha Beresiner, Graham Potter, Saudii Haque, Heather Potter, Alison Oldfield, Olivia Oldfield, Russell Howarth, Rebecca Howarth, Andy Gardiner, Adrian Bird, Tomasz Dyl, John Barker, Heather Oldfield, Sydii Haque, Maria Barker, Wiebke Bird.
In this landmark living history series, a Victorian tenement in the heart of London's East End has been painstakingly brought back to life. Host Michael Mosley joins a group of 21st century families as they move in and experience the tough living and working conditions of the Victorian poor.
DVD; NTSC, Region 1; widescreen (16 x 9) presentation; Dolby digital stereo.

COMMUNITY REVIEWS

Absolutely great! submitted by yufamily on June 16, 2020, 3:37pm Modern day folks reliving what their ancestors did back in Victorian times. It's a real challenge for them to appreciate what life was like for their ancestors.

Fantastic submitted by majean on August 2, 2020, 9:50pm I am a huge fan of the reliving history series. This one I felt was the most educational because they put an emphasis on the evolution through the decades, and the participants are taken on educational field trips, so to speak.