It was a time when England was a nation on the cusp of change, an evolving landscape that lay between Victorian England and the First World War. The Edwardians explores the lives of and events in the lives of many who helped define this era, the 'Belle Epoque'. Inventors, artists, writers, performers, soldiers, politicians they would shape a nation in their own fields, in their own lifetime, in their own way.Mr. Rolls and Mr. Royce Written by: Iain Curteis Starring: Michael Jayston, Robert Powell Directed by Gerald BlakeThey were two conflicting personalities, one a committed engineer, the other a racing adventurer, who together created the finest automobile in history.Horatio Bottomley Written by: Julian Bond Starring: Timothy West Directed by: Alan ClarkeThe tale of a rogue financier, publisher, politician and public orator who rose to great heights, then scandalised his way into prison and onto the music hall stage.E. Nesbit Written by: Ken Taylor Starring: Judy Parfitt Directed by: James Cellan JonesExamines the very adult life of this famous childrens author and her 'open' marriage a social experiment that shocked the so-called civilised world.Conan Doyle Written by: Jeremy Paul Starring: Nigel Davenport Directed by: Brian FarnhamDiscover the true-life detective at the heart of Sherlock Holmess creator, whose investigations would seek to liberate an innocent man unjustly accused.Batell Written by: John Prebble Starring: Ron Moody Directed by: Robert KnightsTakes the hero of Mafeking and follows the path he took that led to the visionary creation of the BoyScouts, an institution which redirected the course of generations of young lives.The Reluctant Juggler Written by: Alan Plater Starring: Georgia Brown Directed by: Brian FarnhamGoes behind the velvet curtain of the Music Hall as one performer must decide in a night of frivolity and bawdiness - whether he will seek to improve his lot by joining a new concept a union.Daisy Written by: David Turner Starring: Virginia McKenna Directed by: James Cellan JonesLooks back at a time when a woman might take a lover to improve her husbands position in society, and the effect this had on the life and times of 'Daisy', Countess of Warwick.Lloyd George Written by: Keith Dewhurst Starring: Anthony Hopkins Directed by: John DaviesBrings us to the end of an era as the rising Member of Parliament faces political and personal challenges that will impact his life and change the nation.