Victorian Farm Christmas looks into the lives of 19th century farmers and shows you how to make traditional gifts, food, games and decorations.

Victorian Farm Christmas - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2009-12-11

Victorian Farm Christmas - Wartime Farm - Netflix

Wartime Farm is a British historical documentary TV series in eight parts in which the running of a farm during the Second World War is reenacted, first broadcast on BBC Two on 6 September 2012. The series was made for the BBC by independent production company Lion Television in association with the Open University, and was filmed at Manor Farm Country Park close to Southampton. The farming team consisted of historian Ruth Goodman, and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn. An associated book by Langlands, Ginn and Goodman—Wartime Farm: Rediscovering the Skills and Spirit of World War II—was published in 2012. In addition, a free booklet was made available to viewers in the UK and Ireland, by the Open University.

Victorian Farm Christmas - Background - Netflix

In 2010 the farming team had turned Morwellham Quay in Devon back to how it was in Edwardian times in the programme Edwardian Farm; in 2009 the team had embraced the Shropshire estate of Acton Scott, which they ran in Victorian style for a full calendar year in the programme Victorian Farm; and in 2004 they started their cooperation with Tales from the Green Valley, exploring life on a British farm in the 17th century. The Wartime Farm commissioning executives for the BBC are Emma Willis and James Hayes, and the Executive Producer for Lion Television is David Upshal.

Victorian Farm Christmas - References - Netflix