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Eddie and Clarrie reminisce about the 1970s. Clarrie wonders where the years went, as they reflect on being working grandparents.

David's concerned about the new road plan. Susan's keen on the local investment, but Jill's not. Emma sings Jill's praises for being a party food inspiration, with Clarrie's 70s party coming up. Eddie has a fancy dress idea.

Susan and Clarrie gossip about worried Pat. She has been distracted at work, making odd little mistakes.

Shula's worried that Dan is struggling with Army life. The pace is relentless. Dan has made a friend though. Shula feels Alistair isn't bothered. Dan reminds Shula of Mark. She still thinks the Army is an infatuation and hopes it's short-lived.

Tony's pleased to point out their first Aberdeen Angus calf - new life at Bridge Farm. Tony's optimistic that things are going right at last. But Pat's still worried about Tom not coming back.

The organic inspector's coming next week. Tony's up to speed but Tom mustn't leave them in the lurch on his side of things. Pat's relieved to hear from Tom, but he's non-committal. Tony's getting worried about the inspection and the fear of Tom letting his business go down the tubes, on top of everything else.

13 minutes

Last on

Fri 9 May 2014 19:00


Role Contributor
WriterCaroline Harrington
DirectorKim Greengrass
EditorSean O'Connor
Jill ArcherPatricia Greene
David ArcherTimothy Bentinck
Jolene ArcherBuffy Davis
Tony ArcherDavid Troughton
Pat ArcherPatricia Gallimore
Helen ArcherLouiza Patikas
Brian AldridgeCharles Collingwood
Jennifer AldridgeAngela Piper
Susan CarterCharlotte Martin
Eddie GrundyTrevor Harrison
Clarrie GrundyHeather Bell
Emma GrundyEmerald O'Hanrahan
Shula Hebden LloydJudy Bennett
Daniel Hebden LloydWill Howard
Alistair LloydMichael Lumsden
Adam MacyAndrew Wincott
Jazzer McCrearyRyan Kelly
Elizabeth PargetterAlison Dowling
Fallon RogersJoanna Van Kampen
Lynda SnellCarole Boyd
Roy TuckerIan Pepperell
Charlie ThomasFelix Scott
Harrison BurnsJames Cartwright

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