DUDLEY folk watching BBC Two’s new show Victorian Bakers will see a familiar sight on their screens as filming took place at the Black Country Living Museum.

The three-part series kicks off tomorrow (Tuesday January 5), and sees four 21st century bakers put down their modern tools and recreate the lives of their Victorian predecessors.

Episode two, which focuses on baking through the industrial revolution, was filmed at the popular Tipton Road tourist attraction last year.

The foursome find themselves in the museum’s authentic bakery - which boasts two coal fired ovens - and must bake through the night to meet the growing middle class’ demands for ‘fancy breads’ for breakfast.

Victorian Bakers airs at 8pm.