The stunning backdrop of Victorian London is brought to life by a stellar cast including Stephen Rea, Pauline Collins, Caroline Quentin and Peter Firth. With a wealth of back stories inspired by the novels, Dickensian is period drama with fast-paced storylines and surprising twists and turns.
Free from the straightjacket of adaptation, Dickensian takes familiar characters on new journeys. Discover the events that lead up to Miss Havisham's wedding day, the sacrifices made by a young Lady Dedlock and find out what happens to ruthless moneylender Jacob Marley.
You don't need to know Dickens' novels to fall in love with these stories - packed with romance, scandal and intrigue they deliver a rollercoaster ride of twists and turns to surprise and delight viewers right up to the final episode.
There are over 500 costumes used in Dickensian
The main street was constructed over a period of five months by over 50 full time craftsmen and a countless number of subcontractors and support industries.
Around 50 top hats were used in the show
At least 50% of the books in Jaggers & Tulkinghorn’s are fake books made by a specialist British company.
Dickensian has a fully functional pub set at one end of the street and a 16 column colonnade, church and law courts at the other.
Australian audiences have access to five BBC TV channels: BBC First, BBC Knowledge, UKTV, CBeebies and World News.