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BBC's Edwardian Farm Series

 
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This BBC series, featuring the same cast as "Victorian Farm" covers the Edwarian era.
This was when the industrial revolution entered mass production, and WWI

Each of these 12 episodes are one hour long:

Episode 1


Episode 2


Episode 3


Episode 4


Episode 5


Episode 6


Episode 7


Episode 8


Episode 9


Episode 10


Episode 11


Episode 12




 
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The Industrial Revolution began in the 1700s.
 
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I never knew that there were wild pony roundups in England to this day. Episode 7 (about 25 minutes through.) Gee.
 
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apart from their farm live episodes, they also did some more 'specials' with a slightly different crew but with the same approach

Victorian farm chrismas:  

The victorian pharmacy (you may want to pay attention to the ingredients):  

and several others, but youtube will help you with that if you have an account

And as John should also say I think: sorry for taking even more of your outdoor time away
 
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