In the final episode of the series, the family reflect on their time travel adventure, and explore how the legacy of a hundred years of tumultuous history lives on in the northern diet today.
The Ellis' '80s home is a homage to chintz and magnolia with the exciting addition of some new technology: their first telephone, a chest freezer, and that '80s kitchen. By the '90s, the music scene captures the nation.
For many northern families, the '70s saw a rise in living standards and the smallest gap in income ever recorded between rich and poor. Despite power cuts and strikes, this is a golden era for working-class families.
For the Ellis family, 1960 marks the start of a new era of prosperity and confidence in the north. As the decade draws to a close, the family can boast a TV, washing machine and even a fridge.
The post-war years see the Ellis family on rations without a fridge, hot water or an electric cooker. The girls sample 1950s-style dancing and mum Lesley gets her girlfriends over to indulge in catalogue shopping.
We fast-forward one thoroughly modern British family through a historical revolution in the family's very own home. Their experience begins in 1918. The war is over but life for northern workers is tough.
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