|01||20080811||Kitty, a young woman with very little domestic experience, applies for her first job as cook at Willow Cottage.|
The bohemian household consists of Ellen, a wealthy patron of the arts, her 11-year-old daughter Geenie and Ellen's lover George Crane, a poet who is writing a great novel.
|02||20080812||Sian Thomas reads from Bethan Roberts's novel set in the summer of 1936, abridged by Elizabeth Burke.|
Ellen is convinced that George, despite his political convictions, wants her to be domesticated.
She asks Kitty to help to turn her into the perfect wife and mother.
|03||20080813||Kitty is asked out dancing, but tensions are growing at Willow Cottage.|
Despite the help of Silvester's Sensible Cookery, Ellen's first foray into the kitchen doesn't go well.
|04||20080814||In the heat of the summer, the family is falling apart.|
Much to everyone's amazement, Ellen announces that there will be an addition to the family.
Then George makes an announcement of his own.
|05 LAST||20080815||Geenie and Diana put on a play in an attempt to frame Kitty, but Geenie has a change of heart at the critical moment.|
Ellen's lie is exposed, but this is not the only thing she is ready to confess.