It’s the final episode, and in a decade born of war, the Ferrones must face more uncertain times.
Once again Julian signs up for war, but this time, Peter is punished for his Italian heritage. Carol and Sienna swap their aprons for pants and go to work for the war effort.
Food is rationed and families are encouraged to grow their own to keep food on the table. Maggie Beer pays a visit to share a war time family recipe and Costa Georgiadis helps Sienna learn to drive a tractor for the Women’s Land Army.
What happens when you take an ordinary 2020 family back in time 120 years to immerse themselves in five decades of Australian history?
Over five episodes, join Annabel Crabb as she guides the Ferrone family back through history as they cook, eat, and live, from Australia’s Federation to the 1940s.
Production details: Further Back in Time for Dinner is a Warner Bros. International Production, produced in association with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Executive Producer: Penny McWhirter, Warner Bros. International Head of Television: Shaun Murphy, ABC Factual Manager: Julie Hanna.