Further Back In Time For Dinner: The Development Of A Nation

Season 2
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Season 2, Episode 5 - 1940s

3.0 6 x
Our family travel back to the 1940s when World War Two broke out. Women began to move into the paid workforce and food rationing was enforced. This decade also marked the end of the war.
16:00

Season 2, Episode 4 - 1930s

3.0 4 x
Our family go back to the 1930s during The Great Depression which saw the introduction of the 'susso'. The Sydney Harbour Bridge was opened and Australia celebrated the 150th Anniversary of the landing of the First Fleet.
18:00

Season 2, Episode 3 - 1920s

3.0 3 x
Our family travel back to the 1920s when many changes for women began to take place. Australia's first female member of Parliament, Edith Cowan, was elected into Parliament and Parliament House in Canberra opened.
17:00

Season 2, Episode 2 - 1910s

4.0 5 x
Our family travel back to the 1910s when the first census of the Commonwealth was released, World War One broke out and the end of the war introduced the observation of Remembrance Day.
14:00

Season 2, Episode 1 - 1900s

3.0 5 x
Our family travel back to the 1900s when the widely supported Federation took effect, the white Australia Policy legislation was introduced and the Women's Suffrage movement finally enabled women to vote.
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