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Adam has a surprise visitor, and Shula tries to persuade Dan.
Contemporary drama in a rural setting.
David tries to help Ruth, and Dan drops a bombshell.
Fallon sees red, and will Ian and Rob bury the hatchet?
It is a moment of truth for Ruth, and there's a very special visitor to Ambridge.
Neil offers some unsolicited advice, and tensions rise at Blossom Hill Cottage.
Jennifer reaches the end of her tether, and Alan mobilises the village.
Rob has a cunning plan, and Jill makes herself at home.
Clarrie is making mischief, and there's a crisis at The Bull.
Kirsty faces a difficult choice, and Kenton ups his game.
Clarrie fears the future. Meanwhile Helen makes a fresh start.
Peggy is taken aback, and there is a late-night phone call at Brookfield.
Peggy makes an announcement, and Ed feels guilty.
Pat has her suspicions. Meanwhile Susan strikes it lucky.
Susan has the New Year blues. Meanwhile Pat can't believe her ears.
There's a midnight surprise in Ambridge. Meanwhile Peggy receives a troubling phone call.
Helen has high hopes, and there is Christmas joy at Ambridge View.
Leonie is feeling lonely. Meanwhile Jennifer tries to help.
Shula struggles with her emotions. Meanwhile Jennifer and Jess begin to bond.
Clarrie wants to heal the rift. Meanwhile, Alistair leads a frantic search.
Helen feels confused, and Ed makes a terrible mistake.
Kirsty faces an ordeal, and Brian is trying to keep a big secret.
Kirsty faces a dilemma. Meanwhile Lynda refuses to be deterred.
Caroline receives an important letter, and Lynda mulls things over.
Darrell is caught red-handed, and there are visitors at The Bull.
Tom becomes suspicious. Meanwhile Ed and Mike wait for an update.
It's party night for Susan. Meanwhile Ed feels demoralised.
Joe's a bit more cheery, and Rob gets an important telephone call.
Elizabeth looks forward, and it's Emma to the rescue.
Brenda's catching up, and Kathy's been pushed too far.