In a unique social history experiment, four modern families turn back the clock for two weeks so that their children can live as their parents did when they were young - without the trappings of modern technology. But the changes aren’t just material. The family structure will be turned on its head with family values being reinforced after years of being abused. The families will be forced to live off the same amount of money, live in the same size houses and have the same family values the parents had growing up. With modern gadgets out and family values back in, will Never Did Me Any Harm be the bonding and respect building experience the parents had hoped or will it just drive a bigger wedge between them and their children?