20/20 On the final day the families compete to see who can put on the best cattle show.
19/20 The dads sharpen their axes and saws as they prepare wood to light the range.
18/20 The children concoct herbal remedies out of strawberries, pepper, onions and honey.
17/20 The men go rabbiting in the Shropshire hills and the mums are in the laundry.
16/20 The Degale family from Enfield and a family from the Cotswolds begin a week of challenges.
15/20 The families compete to take home the prize for best Victorian ploughing family.
14/20 The children from the Bagley and Booth families get a lesson in Victorian pest control.
13/20 The children make a fidget pie out of potato, gammon, apple and onion.
12/20 The Dads take on the arduous task of repairing a dry stone wall.
11/20 The Mums face their worst nightmare - ironing in the 19th century.
10/20 It's the day of the big weekly challenge for the two families.
9/20 The Dads learn that making a gate Victorian style isn't as simple as they thought.
8/20 The Dads take on a dangerous and very hot job in the blacksmith's forge.
7/20 The Mums find out just how hard Victorian housewives worked when they make butter.
6/20 The children get to grips with a hand-operated Victorian corn kibbler.
5/20 The families try sheep farming: cleaning, herding and selecting sheep and spinning wool.
4/20 The Doige family go head-to-head with the Mills family in a muckspreading challenge.
3/20 The dads take on an important farm job - haymaking, using old-fashioned scythes.
2/20 The Doige and Mills families make damson butter and get a horse and cart driving lesson.
1/20 The Doige and Mills families learn a Victorian bread recipe and how to make clay bricks.