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Castles

Wedding day joy is shattered in the last of the series when the police arrive, lookingforthe groom. See today's choices.
Stephen Quin RAY COULTHARD
Written by Peter Whalley
Producer Alison Gee ; Director Jeremy Silberston Repeated on Wednesday at 1.50pm on BBC2
Stereo.
BBC One London

Castles

The first of a new 24-Dart drama series about the trials and tribulations of life in the Castle family. See today's choices.
Written by Peter Whalley ; Series producer David Hanson ; Director Jeremy Silberston
Repeated next Monday, the story continues next
Tuesday Stereo Subtitled ............... + Meet the Castles: page 29
BBC One London

Castles

The second of a 24-part drama series, showing twice weekly, about the trials and tribulations of the Castle family.
James Castle goes to see his mistress, Christine, who provisionally agrees to let him stay. See today's choices.
Written by Peter Whalley ; Producer Alison Gee
Director Simon Massey Next episode on Thursday

Castles
8.30pm BBC 1 Now in regular Tuesday and Thursday slots, BBCtv drama's newest family are trying to pick up the pieces after the discovery that head of the household James (Tony Doyle) has been having an affair.
He stormed out leaving his wife of more than 40 years (Anna Cropper) and the rest of the family in shock. Now meet "the other woman", Christine (Lynn Farleigh). Deserted by her husband, James offers her more than just comfort and support - something her children are not happy about.
BBC One London

Castles

The eighth of a 24-part drama series. Sarah is interviewed on her own by Laura from the adoption agency while Alex is out working. Meanwhile, Alex receives a visit from Jill and their relationship becomes more intimate.
Written by Peter Whalley ; Producers David Hanson , Alison Gee ; DirectorSimon Massey
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am Next episode on Thursday Stereo Subtitled .................. ♦ See Children: page 57
BBC One London

Castles

Jill suggests a way that Alex can get out of the adoption without Sarah knowing.
Written by Peter Whalley ; Producers David Hanson. Alison Gee; Director Jeremy Silberston Omnibus edition Wednesday at 2.15pm
BBC One London

Castles

Alex is caught making a suspicious phone call to Jill. Tony receives gloomy news.
Written by Peter Whalley and Stephen Mallatratt
Producers David Hanson , Alison Gee ; Director Simon Massey Omnibus edition Wednesday at 2.15pm
BBC One London

Castles

The trials and tribulations of life in the Castle family.
James is annoyed when Tony asks whether he intends to bring Christine to the wedding, though Christine turns out to have her own views on the matter.
Written by Peter Whalley ; Producers David Hanson , Alison Gee ; Director Romey Allison Omnibus edition next Monday. Stereo
BBC One London

Castles

Thefourth of a 24-part drama series, showingtwice weekly, about the trials and tribulations of the Castle family. Sarah and Alex have a meeting with Laura from the adoption agency and not everyone is happy when Rachel
'arranges a family get-togetherto discuss what to do about Margaret and James.
Written by Peter Whalley ; Producers David Hanson. Alison Gee: Director Romey Allison Next episode on Thursday Stereo
BBC One London

Castles

Sarah is aghast when Jane provides herwith evidence of Alex's affair.
Written by Peter Whalley
Producer David Hanson ; Director Jeremy Silberston Omnibus on Wed at 2.15pm Stereo Subtitled .
BBC One London

Castles

The sixth of a 24-part drama series.
Paul helps Linda set up a meeting with Christine, while Margaret considers hiringasolicitorto deal with James.
Written by Peter Whalley ; Producers David Hanson , Alison Gee ; Director Jeremy Silberston
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am Nextepisodeon Thursday Stereo Subtitled ..................






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