|01||Miss Flo *||20081110|
Family illness was a source of endless fascination to the young Florence's relatives, and she enjoys documenting each individual's afflictions.
|02||Sisters At War||20081111|
Florence struggles to gain her independence in the face of her sister's unrelenting possessiveness.
|03||The Making Of An Icon||20081112|
Engravings of Florence ministering to the sick appear for the first time in the Illustrated London News.
|04||Thorn In The Flesh||20081113|
Florence is bedridden with illness, giving her work a new sense of urgency.
|05 LAST||The Lamp Still Burns||20081114|
A statue of Florence is unveiled without fanfare in London's Waterloo Place.