One of my all-time favourite history programmes is the 12-part series "Tales from the Green Valley" which was aired back in 2004. It was the fore-runner of the popular Victorian Farm/Edwardian Farm/Tudor Monastery Farm series and featured Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands, Peter Ginn and other historians and archaeologists living as rural people would have done in the early Stuart period. It really is a wonderful series (I have it on DVD) and I just found this playlist of all 12 episodes on YouTube - let me know if the link doesn't work as these things do tend to get taken off YouTube.
What Tim and I found funny when we watched the DVD after moving to rural Spain (we are very rural, a little white pueblo up a mountain with a very small population) was that life here is not so different to life in the Stuart times in England and Wales. We have the best of both worlds here: modern conveniences but a real link to the past with the seasonal way of life, religious feast days and the agricultural calendar.
Anyway, enjoy these programmes!