We go behind-the scenes to find out how an ordinary terraced house in the shadow of the Millennium Dome was transformed into a time machine and why the Bowlers were selected
In Somerset, the Bowlers indulge in a last supper of junk food before saying goodbye to 1999 and hello to life in 1900
The Bowlers wake up to their first morning in the 1900 house. There is no water, potties need emptying and the milk has gone off. The dream is over.
It is a week since the Bowlers began their time travel experience. But no one has had a decent bath. The range cooker, which should provide hot water, hasn't produced a drop.
After four weeks of the drudgery of Victorian housework, Joyce comes up with a 1900 solution: finding a servant to do the dirty work, as most women in her position would have done a century ago
A newcomer arrives at the house as Elizabeth, their new 'maid of all work', starts domestic service. Scrubbing, washing, ironing, carpet beating, black-leading the range - all for 4d a day.
Hiring a maid has given Joyce the time to investigate the history of the suffragette movement. But the more she learns about the battle for women's rights, the worse she feels about employing a maid.
A night out at a Music Hall is a great success but proves a rude introduction to the seedy world of Victorian London
Afler three months of living in the past, the Bowlers' Victorian odyssey is coming to an end. Before they leave, they decide to throw a party for their friends and neighbours.
The Bowlers reflect on the highs, lows and unforgettable moments of their three-month living history experiment