What’s it about?
Everybody goes to the bathroom. But have you ever wondered what happens after the shit is done? And how did our ancestors deal with the poop issue before toilet paper was invented?
During the 19th century, London saw a mysterious pandemic called blue death. The finding of these tragic deaths led to the modernisation of London’s sewage system. Let’s take a tour of the station designed to deal with the capital city’s human waste, as a result of its 19th-century pandemic.
Who’s hosting it?
With a background in journalism and multimedia production, Joanna travels to discover, to explore, to be a better storyteller, and to create new friendships. These stories are captured on her website theworldinmypocket.co.uk and andaluciainmypocket.com
8 November 2020