The creators of Victorian Farm return to uncover the lost world of the Edwardian Working Countryside in a scale and scope never before seen.
S01:E01 - September
Alex, Peter and Ruth learn about the buildings and tools from the Edwardian period.
S01:E02 - October
The farmers branch out into new ventures and begin training the shire horses.
S01:E03 - November
The team must come to grips with the technologies of the age and use Edwardian science.
S01:E04 - December
The team leaves the farm in search of part-time work.
S01:E05 - January
Alex and Peter try mining in Cornwall while Ruth learns how to make lace in Honiton.
S01:E06 - A Day in the Life
Following the team's routine to show a typical day on the Edwardian farm.
S01:E07 - March
The team celebrated the arrival of spring.
S01:E08 - April
When the fishing season arrives, Alex and Peter go to sea, while Ruth stays ashore.
S01:E09 - May
Empire Day is approaching and a special boat comes to the Valley.
S01:E10 - June
How Edwardian farmers took advantage of the unique landscape they live in.
S01:E11 - July
It's the busiest month for the team on the farm, with cherry picking, salmon netting and more.
S01:E12 - August
August brings the climax of the farming year - and the end of the team's 12 months on the Edwardian Farm.