After the luxury of their 1900s life, the Robshaws have a few shocks in store as they live through the 1910s.
In this second part of the intriguing social history experiment, the family begins in high spirits as there’s lots of leisure time, delicious food – and their servant, Debbie.

With World War One looming, however, they know the good times won’t last for long.

They also learn about the increased roles for women in society and the link between suffragists and vegetarianism (cue a welcome break from meat!), and Sophie Grigson and John Torode drop by with some hints on veggie cooking and working with rations.