5/10 Giacinto's behaviour is causing trouble for the Pintor sisters.
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4/10 Giacinto and Grixenda's love blossoms at the Festival of Our Lady of Rimedio.
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3/10 The village festival is under way, when Giacinto unexpectedly arrives.
2/10 A telegram announcing the imminent arrival of Lia's son, Giacinto, causes turmoil.
1/10 Sisters Noemi, Ester and Ruth are the last remnants of a noble family in decline.
5/5 Craven underestimates the pack mentality on the drug-addled estate, as the case concludes.
4/5 When Craven's team raid a farm for drugs, they are not prepared for the horrors discovered
3/5 Threat of enforced retirement distracts Price, as a 17-year-old dies from legal drug use.
2/5 Craven believes a dog attack and a 'drugs busy' pet shop are the key to a bigger crime.
1/5 A case involving dangerous dogs and legal drugs piques DCI Craven's interest.
5/5 Councillor Blossom makes an improper suggestion to Harpole.
4/5 The Widmerpool children run riot in class until Harpole succeeds in teaching them to read.
3/5 Caretaker Mr Theaker reacts badly to Harpole's reforming efforts.
2/5 Harpole's zeal is dented by a lost moveable spanner and disappointing 11-plus results.
1/5 Idealistic teacher George Harpole opts to shake things up as he becomes acting head.
5/5 In the Highland village of Evanton, finding love is not a problem. Making it last is.
4/5 Ania is pregnant but in love with another man. Sam is falling in love.
3/5 Could splitting up be the best solution for Harry and Rose?
2/5 Maciek is about to experience a bolt from the blue.
1/5 In a Highland village, finding love is not a problem, making it last is.
5/5 Sir Richard is dead, and a fire has destroyed the library. Are the two events connected?
4/5 Lady Helen's relationship with her stepson Rafe is growing dangerously out of control.