How the Victorians invented Christmas as we know it today - through the eyes of four professional bakers, who make favourite festive products from the most revolutionary era in British history.

Featuring the long lost centrepiece of British Christmas known as "Twelfth Cake", mince pies with actual meat in them (tripe - and roast beef), surprisingly recent innovations such as Christmas cake, cards, crackers and even Santa Claus, plus the strange shapes favoured by some Victorians for their newly named "Christmas Puddings".