Britain's Refugee Children
The notoriously private Amish community opens its doors to six British teenagers swapping their mobile phones and Facebook accounts for six weeks of hard work and simple living.
The British teenagers experience hard work, Amish-style. But while the boys thrive helping with the awe-inspiring barn-raising, the 21st-century girls experience more mundane work.
The teens turn their hand to farming with some of the hardest working Amish around, and learn about New Order Amish courtship rules, where dating couples can't even hold hands before they're married.
The teenagers stay with a Mennonite family, where Etonian George begins to question his privileged life at home, and James takes a bit of a shine to the host family's eldest daughter.
The teenagers stay with two Amish families in Pennsylvania who still work their farms using horsepower. Siana faces difficult questions about the lack of religion in her life.
In the final episode of the series the teenagers stay with members of the Schwartzentruber church: the strictest and most secretive of all Amish groups, who don't have running water.