Today's visit to Harewood House in Yorkshire was made in 1835, two years before she became Queen, having learnt she would inherit the thrown four years earlier. And it appears our teenage Victoria was becoming quite used to the royal highlife, and becoming pretty hard to please. She records in her diary that she played the piano here before going to bed and we know she was learning the piano from one Mr Sale who, we hear, was finding it hard to teach her. When he told her that if she wished to succeed she must practice more, she slammed shut the lid of her piano and shouted, 'There is no must about it!" Tim shows us an exquisite Turner watercolour of the house that Victoria would have seen and shows how the image painted by the young (22 year old) Turner some half a century before Victoria's visit and shows how the view changed when the garden was given a magnificent Victorian make over. He also shows a beautiful traveling writing set that belonged to Victoria and which she used to write her journals. Chef and food historian Ivan Day and Rosemary cook an amazingly intricate dish – Asparagus in a pastry Crust – and reveal a Victorian method of making the greens become even greener. Rosemary explores the marvelous kitchen with its great vaulted roof shaped like the ceiling of the Sistine chapel. It was designed as a fire break to stop any fire that broke out in the kitchen spreading to the rest of the house.