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Emma is put in a difficult position, and Lynda is taken by surprise.
Ian wonders about his friendship with Helen, and it is all hands on deck at Hollowtree.
Harrison faces a new challenge, and Lynda and Fallon go head to head.
Toby finds himself in a tight spot, and Ursula strikes a deal.
Anna needs to make herself scarce, and Kenton gets some shocking news.
Neil reaches a decision, and Anna has a lot on her mind.
Anna is frustrated, and it is time for Josh to face the music.
Ambridge is in the party mood, and Emma deals with an emergency.
It is a busy day at Brookfield, and Lynda eyes up the competition.
Johnny stands by Tom, and the Aldridges celebrate.
Ursula is pleasantly surprised, and Kirsty and Fallon get their heads together.
Peggy has made up her mind, and there is an awkward moment at The Bull.
Brian wants to impress, and the Grundys need to make plans.
Helen makes a decision, and it is deadline day at the Dower House.
Tom has got his hands full, and Jim needs to make up his mind.
There is just no pleasing Lynda, and the Brookfield Archers raise a glass.
Clarrie has some words of advice, and Lynda is not impressed.
Rob asserts his viewpoint, and Susan stirs the pot.
It's all the fun of the fair, and Helen uncovers some truths.
Alf is turning on the charm, and Helen makes a call.
Mr Grundy goes to college, and Rob is thinking about the future.
On Mother's Day, Rob and Henry roll their sleeves up. And Helen puts her foot in it.
Ambridge looks back to the floods of a year ago.
Is Brookfield all set for change? Rob is always there for Helen.
A helping hand for Helen? And it is a big day for Brookfield.
Rob is feeling protective, and Brian has all his women around him.
Jim is making a big effort for the bird watch. And Kate feels under pressure.
Adam seems to have forgotten something. And what would David's ancestors have thought?
The week's events in Ambridge.
On Plough Sunday, Ed's feeling nervous. And it's a time for farewells.