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Dot arrives in the Tavernier household to nurse Jules. Rachel learns that there's money in junk. Steve finds his enterprise shot down by Ian and a letter for Arthur leads to a final goodbye. Sam is nervous about her job interview.
This week's episodes written by Ashley Pharoah
Producer Helen Greaves Director Margy Kinmonth ● STEREO


Written By: Ashley Pharoah
Producer: Helen Greaves
Director: Margy Kinmonth
Arthur Fowler: Bill Treacher
MrsHewitt: Elizabeth Power
JulesTavernier: Tommy Eytle
DotCotton: June Brown
Hattie Tavernier: Michelle Gayle
Sieve Elliot: Mark Monero
Sharon Mitchell: Letitia Dean
Grant Mitchell: Ross Kemp
PhilMitchelL: Steve McFadden
KathyBeale: Gillian Taylforth
Rachel Kominski: Jacquetta May
Richard Cole: Ian Reddington
Pete Beale: Peter Dean
Ian Beak: Adam Woodyatt
Ronnie Bains: Lesley Nightingale
Ricky Butcher: Sid Owen
SamButcher: Danniella Westbrook
MandySalter: Nicola Stapleton
Mark Fowler: Todo Carty
Clyde Tavernier: Steven Woodcock
DrLegg: Leonard Fenton
Dealer: Neville Watchurst
Mrs Hogan: Gillian Raine

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