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Strathblair

First in a new ten-part drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s, and starring Ian Carmichael In Good Faith. For a young couple promised the tenancy of a dilapidated farm in the remote Scottish countryside, the prospects looked grim. Life was never going to be easy for the newcomers, but it would never be dull either.
Episode written by Bill Craig Producer Aileen Forsyth Director Ken Hannam
• STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 * DRAMA: page 4
BBC One London

Strathblair

Drama set in a Scottish village in the 1950s.
Sheep Don 't Safely
Graze Alec encounters an old army pal with surprising consequences. Robert's past catches up with him. And Andrew is worried at the prospect of a war in Korea.
Episode written by Julia Jones Producer Aileen Forsyth Director David Blair
0 STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888 0 DRAMA page 5
BBC One London

Strathblair

Drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s.
Partings. Jenny returns south to look after her ill mother.
Episode written by Julia Jones Producer Aileen Forsyth Director David Blair
● STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888
BBC One London

Strathblair

Drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s, starring Ian Carmichael
Andrew Keir , David Robb Crimes and Misdemeanours
Alec looks forward to the farm auction. Veronica decides to return to London.
Episode written by Bill Craig Producer Aileen Forsyth Director Ken Hannam
• STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888 • DRAMA: page 5
BBC One London

Strathblair

Drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s.
Visitations. Freddie, an old flame of Jenny's, comes to
Corriebeg for a visit. Umberto meets an old friend at the Strathblair agricultural show.
Episode written by Susan Boyd Producer Aileen Forsyth Director Ken Hannam
0 STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
BBC One London

Strathblair

Drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s. Ian Carmichael
Andrew Keir
David Robb
Into the Forest. The McPhees return to help with the hay-making. Sir James plans some changes on the estate which put Alec and Jenny's tenancy in jeopardy.
Episode written by Susan Boyd Producer Aileen Forsyth Director Ken Hannam
• STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
BBC One London

Strathblair

Drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s, starring Ian Carmichael
Andrew Keir
David Robb
Coming to Terms. Andrew entertains his American business partner
Donald Telfer. Alec and Jenny enjoy a day out at the Perth lamb sales.
Episode written by David Ashton Producer Aileen Forsyth Director David Blair
* STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
BBC One London

Strathblair

Drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s, starring Ian Carmichael
Andrew Keir
David Robb
Past and Present. Sir James is delighted when Andrew proposes to Flora. Pheemie reveals a dark secret to Jenny.
Episode written by Julia Jones Producer Aileen Forsyth Director David Blair
● STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888
BBC One London

Strathblair

Final episode of the drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s, starring IanCarmichael
Andrew Keir
David Robb
Day of judgement. Fate takes a hand in deciding Alec and Jenny's future. The past catches up with Umberto.
Episode written by Bill Craig Producer Aileen Forsyth Director David Blair
* STEREO: TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
BBC One London

Strathblair

A new ten-part series of the rural drama, set in early-50s Scotland.
Filmed on location in Perthshire, it follows the fortunes of a young married couple struggling to adjust to hostile locals, the hardships of agriculture and, at the end of the last series, a disastrous fire at Corriebeg.
Starring Ian Carmichael Francesca Hunt
Derek Riddell
Alec and Jenny spent the winter in a caravan, but they can now return home, and Sir James receives a telegram at Strathblair House.
Episode written by David Ashton Director Ken Hannam
Producer Leonard White
SEE PREVIEW page 4
BBC One London

Strathblair

The drama series set in early-50s rural Scotland and filmed on location in Perthshire, starring Ian Carmichael
Francesca Hunt
Derek Riddell
Unexpected changes are planned at both Strathblair
House and Camban. Andrew returns home and Sir James gives him some startling news. Umberto, whose schemes cause a stir among the girls in the village, has a surprise for Pheemie Robertson.
Written by David Ashton Producer Leonard White
Director Ken Hannam
BBC One London

Strathblair

The drama series set in early-50s rural Scotland starring Ian Carmichael, Francesca Hunt, Derek Riddell
Sir James and Lady Constance prepare to leave for the USA, but they have conflicting ideas about remarrying. Andrew's plans for the future of Strathblair shock and upset Flora. Umberto's flirtations stir up gossip and animosity in the village, and there are those who want to be rid of him.
Episode written by Sue Glover
BBC One London

Strathblair

Gossip is rife in Strathblair about the attack on Umberto and Jenny finds herself at the centre of it.
Episode written by Sue Glover Producer Leonard White Director Haldane Duncan
BBC One London

Strathblair

Jenny's parents visit Corriebeg for the first time and Alec gets on better terms with his father-in-law.
Episode written by Catherine Czerkawska Producer Leonard White
Director David Andrews
BBC One London

Strathblair

Andrew and Flora have to face unwelcome facts when they discover how close they came to being victims of the robbery.
Episode written by Catherine Czerkawska Producer Leonard White Director David Andrews
BBC One London

Strathblair

Street-traders threaten to wreck Andrew's plans for
Festival Day at Strathblair.
Macrae, Robert and Pheemie set up their own fringe exhibition. At the end of the celebrations, Andrew has more serious matters to deal with and there is a conflict with the local
Conservative MP.
Episode written by Donald Campbell Producer Leonard White
Director Brian Parker
BBC One London

Strathblair

Sir James returns to find
Andrew's election campaign under way, and he is not pleased with his son's antics. Robert is in for a big surprise when he meets Tansy's family. Andrew gets a rough reception at a public meeting in the village.
Episode written by Donald Campbell Producer Leonard White
Director Brian Parker
SEE PREVIEW page 4
BBC One London

Strathblair

Alec's big ideas for the future do not convince a shocked
Jenny, while it's the day of reckoning for Andrew as the polls open in Strathblair.
Rumours are rife in the village about the identity of a stranger, who surprises Pheemie late at night.
Episode written by Allan Prior Producer Leonard White Director Sarah Harding
BBC One London

Strathblair

The current series ends with dreams fulfilled and ghosts laid to rest in Strathblair.
Episode written by Allan Prior
FRANCESCA HUNT'S KIND OF DAY: page 98






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