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
Archaeologists Alex and Peter and historian Ruth arrive at Morwhellam Quay in Devon. They examine the buildings and tools from the Edwardian period.
S01:E02 - October
It's October and the Edwardian farmers branch out into new ventures like market gardening, all year round egg production and beef cattle.
S01:E03 - November
It's November and, to prosper as Edwardian farmers, the team need to get to grips with the technologies of the age and use Edwardian science.
S01:E04 - December
It's December and, as winter sets in, the team must face the challenge of earning a living in one of the hardest months of the year.
S01:E05 - January
It's January and the harsh winter forces to further explore the ways in which an Edwardian farmer makes a living away from the farm.
S01:E06 - A Day in the Life
It's February and the team approach the half way point in their year on the Edwardian Farm.
S01:E07 - March
It's March and the team greets the long-awaited arrival of Spring.
S01:E08 - April
It's April and the fishing season has arrived - a time when Devon's fisherman-farmers' went to sea.
S01:E09 - May
It's May and, with Empire Day approaching, a very special boat comes to the Valley.
S01:E10 - June
It's June - and the team head up to Dartmoor to discover the ways in which Edwardian farmers took advantage of this landscape to add to their income.
S01:E11 - July
It's July, a busy month. It's time to bring in the cherry harvest with the help of their Dartmoor pony Laddy, and enjoy a cherry feast to celebrate.
S01:E12 - August
August brings the climax of the farming year - and the end of the team's 12 months on the Edwardian Farm.
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