“Lost And Found” (1.06): the one with the big twist that makes you realise that this was why the entire thing got made.
In case you weren’t aware, Boz is actually Charles Dickens, but he didn’t use that pseudonym in print until 1834 in the real world.
NEED TO KNOW
John Marlott was a soldier in the 95th Rifles and fought at Waterloo… coincidentally, so did Richard Sharpe, also played by Sean Bean in the ITV show.
In the first episode Marlott consults Thames tidal information for 1826. In the next episode William Blake dies, which was in 1827.
“All The Lost Children” (1.03): Marlott confronts what the future holds for him when he sees the horrific effects of late-stage syphilis. Not nice.