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Victoria Died in 1901 and Is Still Alive Today (2001)

Jonathan Meades explores the architectural legacy of Queen Victoria's reign.

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Jonathan Meades ...
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Queen Victoria
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Waif
Christian Adams ...
Frock-Coated Man
Giles Gordon ...
Businessman
Lily Meades ...
Street Urchin
Howard Phillips ...
Bard
Gwyn Price-Evans ...
Bard
Rob Hayes-Scott ...
Skinhead
Christine Braidman ...
Dutch Woman
Jamie Reid ...
Drug Addict
William Cassidy ...
Wino
Stevan McGoldrick ...
Janitor (as Steven McGoldrick)
John Ericsson ...
Couple in Alleyway
Debbie Oates ...
Couple in Alleyway
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Jonathan Meades explores the architectural legacy of Queen Victoria's reign.

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7 January 2001 (UK)  »

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Screened as part of the BBC's Victoria Week. See more »

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Jonathan Meades: She is supposed to have departed this Earth a hundred years ago, our Queen and Empress Victoria Regina. She is supposed to have slipped away, to be reunited with her beloved Albert and his cock ring. Can we be sure of this? It sometimes feels as though she's all around us.
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God Save the Queen
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Written and performed by The Sex Pistols
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