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1968
Episode number 757
ITV broadcast date 18th March 1968 (Monday)
Production code P228/757
Writer Barry Hill
Director Bill Podmore
Previous episode 13th March 1968
Next episode 20th March 1968

Contents

Plot

The shop goes up for sale. Jenny feels unwanted by Elsie. Ronald Wilde tells Jerry to submit a tender for the maisonettes that are being built on the factory site. Dennis can't sell the sundries. Len is angry that Jerry saw Wilde without telling him. Val agrees to give Dennis a £30 order and give him back the stuff to sell so that his bosses will be pleased with him. He is taken on permanently at "Crowning Glory". David shows a buyer round the shop but he thinks the price is too high. Val thinks of opening the Salon again. Ken discovers a box of one gross cut throat razors on the doorstep and thinks Val is going into men's hairdressing.

Cast

Regular cast

Guest cast

Notes

  • Long-term contributor Barry Hill makes his script-writing debut on the programmme.
  • Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 8,400,000 homes (1st place).
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