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14/04/2008

Ruth tells David that Jill has hidden the astronomy catalogue under the mattress in a bid to stop Phil buying the 'light bucket' telescope. The one they have bought is being delivered to Brookfield. Meanwhile, Ruth is enthusiastic about a new idea for the farm website - a regular blog. It'd be a diary of a beef farmer.

Adam meets up with David and Ruth to talk about the AD. He's had feedback about the grant application. It seems they're more likely to support a project if it is 'genuinely collaborative', which means they stand a better chance if they get another farm on board. They don't really want to approach Borchester Land, so agree to try some other local farms.

At court, it's clear the jury are not finding it easy. The judge calls them back in and tells them he will accept a majority verdict. It's extremely stressful for Kathy and Kenton. Finally the jury return. They have reached a majority verdict of ten to two, and they find Taylor guilty on both counts of rape. As Taylor cries out in disbelief, relief floods over Kathy. Justice is done - for both her and Claire.

Episode written by Nawal Gadalla.

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