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    • The Worst Jobs In History

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      First aired in 2004, “The Worst Jobs in History” is a British production hosted by Tony Robinson.

      The first series featured jobs that were grouped according to different historical period, namely the Roman era, the Anglo-Saxon period, the Medieval ages, the reign of the Tudors, followed by the Stuarts, Gregorians and then finally, the era of Queen Victoria.

      It featured the worst jobs in those ages, in the sense that these jobs are dangerous and repulsive, such as working as a chimney sweeper, a rat-catcher, a leather tanner, a plague burier or an executioner.

      In the second series, the show featured worst jobs classified as Royal, Industrial, Maritime, Urban or Rural.

      It ran for two series in the United Kingdom and Canada.



      E03 – The Tudors:
      E04 – The Stuarts:
      E04 – The Stuarts (1/6):


      E04 – The Stuarts (2/6):


      E04 – The Stuarts (3/6):


      E04 – The Stuarts (4/6):


      E04 – The Stuarts (5/6):


      E04 – The Stuarts (6/6):

      E05 – The Georgians:
      E06 – The Victorians:
      E06 – The Victorians (1/6):


      E06 – The Victorians (2/6):


      E06 – The Victorians (3/6):


      E06 – The Victorians (4/6):


      E06 – The Victorians (5/6):


      E06 – The Victorians (6/6):

      Now comes the second series.

      S02E01 – Urban:
      S02E02 – Royal:
      S02E03 – Industrial:
      S02E04 – Maritime:
      S02E05 – Rural:

      Extra: The Worst Christmas Jobs In History

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      Published on December 18, 2008 · Filed under: History
    • Documentary Log

      Fixed some wrong parts. Sorry about that ^^

    • Morte Cerebrale

      Nice work done on collecting the videos so that the whole series is just on one page. I really appreciate it because I reckon that this series is a GEM! Entertaining, interesting, and theres a fair bit more content than I first thought. The history in these shows is also one of the few examples I can think of, where you get to learn about the common-people's everyday life, and not just hear about what the decision-makers did..

    • Andreas

      Great series, thanks for posting it!