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Radio Times/BBC Credits and Spoilers - week ending 29th November 2019
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carolet
2019-11-22 00:02:29 UTC
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Note that spoilers are included below the cast and crew.

Cast :
Jill Archer - Patricia Greene
David Archer - Timothy Bentinck
Ruth Archer - Felicity Finch
Pip Archer - Daisy Badger
Helen Archer - Louiza Patikas
Brian Aldridge - Charles Collingwood
Phoebe Aldridge - Lucy Morris
PC Harrison Burns - James Cartwright
Justin Elliott - Simon Williams
Rex Fairbrother - Nick Barber
Eddie Grundy - Trevor Harrison
Clarrie Grundy - Heather Bell
Will Grundy - Philip Molloy
Ed Grundy - Barry Farrimond
Kirsty Miller - Annabelle Dowler
Tracy Horrobin - Susie Riddell
Elizabeth Pargetter - Alison Dowling
Freddie Pargetter - Toby Laurence
Lily Pargetter - Katie Redford
Johnny Phillips - Tom Gibbons
Lynda Snell - Carole Boyd
Oliver Sterling - Michael Cochrane
Leonard Berry - Paul Copley
Russ Jones - Andonis James Anthony
Martyn Gibson - Jon Glover
Bella - Elinor Coleman

Director : Jeremy Howe
Editor : Jeremy Howe
Writer : Nick Warburton

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Spoilers:
Sunday 24th - Johnny is left devastated and Leonard has the rug pulled
from under him.
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
Tuesday 26th - It is crunch time for Phoebe and Justin has yet more
tricks up his sleeve.
Wednesday 27th - Elizabeth puts her foot down and Lynda is keen to
maintain tradition.
Thursday 28th - Harrison is shocked by some harsh criticism and Russ
gets his wires crossed.
Friday 29th - Justin’s scheme takes shape and Lynda finds herself in
trouble
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Vicky Ayech
2019-11-22 09:21:25 UTC
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Note that spoilers are included below the cast and crew.
Jill Archer - Patricia Greene
David Archer - Timothy Bentinck
Ruth Archer - Felicity Finch
Pip Archer - Daisy Badger
Helen Archer - Louiza Patikas
Brian Aldridge - Charles Collingwood
Phoebe Aldridge - Lucy Morris
PC Harrison Burns - James Cartwright
Justin Elliott - Simon Williams
Rex Fairbrother - Nick Barber
Eddie Grundy - Trevor Harrison
Clarrie Grundy - Heather Bell
Will Grundy - Philip Molloy
Ed Grundy - Barry Farrimond
Kirsty Miller - Annabelle Dowler
Tracy Horrobin - Susie Riddell
Elizabeth Pargetter - Alison Dowling
Freddie Pargetter - Toby Laurence
Lily Pargetter - Katie Redford
Johnny Phillips - Tom Gibbons
Lynda Snell - Carole Boyd
Oliver Sterling - Michael Cochrane
Leonard Berry - Paul Copley
Russ Jones - Andonis James Anthony
Martyn Gibson - Jon Glover
Bella - Elinor Coleman
Director : Jeremy Howe
Editor : Jeremy Howe
Writer : Nick Warburton
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P
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L
E
R
S
Sunday 24th - Johnny is left devastated and Leonard has the rug pulled
from under him.
But we heard that Johnny and Bella were together and presumably lovey
at GG at the comedy thing, or somewhere, or did I mishear?

So David goes for the physical assult on Lenard. I hope Lenard doesn't
have a bad fall.
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.

What kind of touched? Is Toby indicating he thinks she might be
readyfor a second child?
Post by carolet
Tuesday 26th - It is crunch time for Phoebe and Justin has yet more
tricks up his sleeve.
Yes, I wonderd whether he'd find a way to use Phoebe's presentation to
hold off the protesters about the housing development. Look, we're
planning to be very green. Go away. And then the board will bury the
actual plans in the basement of the town hall in a filing cabinet
behing a boiler and the housing will go through.
Post by carolet
Wednesday 27th - Elizabeth puts her foot down and Lynda is keen to
maintain tradition.
Stupid Elizabeth tells Jim he has to let Russ be in charge of the
story-telling. Jim says well let Russ do it.
Lynda wants to help with Grundy's World of Christmas. Someone said a
female Santa but I don't think small children would like it so Lynda
refuses to do it.
Post by carolet
Thursday 28th - Harrison is shocked by some harsh criticism and Russ
gets his wires crossed.
His superior gives him a balck mark for not yet having found the
bunting thief.
Post by carolet
Friday 29th - Justin’s scheme takes shape and Lynda finds herself in
trouble
Justin 'arranges things' with the planning committee. And his classy
planning bloke arrives to sort The Bull out.

Does somehting happen at Gg and Lynda made a mistake?
Penny
2019-11-22 16:42:42 UTC
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scrawled in the dust...
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Post by carolet
Note that spoilers are included below the cast and crew.
Jill Archer - Patricia Greene
David Archer - Timothy Bentinck
Ruth Archer - Felicity Finch
Pip Archer - Daisy Badger
Helen Archer - Louiza Patikas
Brian Aldridge - Charles Collingwood
Phoebe Aldridge - Lucy Morris
PC Harrison Burns - James Cartwright
Justin Elliott - Simon Williams
Rex Fairbrother - Nick Barber
Eddie Grundy - Trevor Harrison
Clarrie Grundy - Heather Bell
Will Grundy - Philip Molloy
Ed Grundy - Barry Farrimond
Kirsty Miller - Annabelle Dowler
Tracy Horrobin - Susie Riddell
Elizabeth Pargetter - Alison Dowling
Freddie Pargetter - Toby Laurence
Lily Pargetter - Katie Redford
Johnny Phillips - Tom Gibbons
Lynda Snell - Carole Boyd
Oliver Sterling - Michael Cochrane
Leonard Berry - Paul Copley
Russ Jones - Andonis James Anthony
Martyn Gibson - Jon Glover
Bella - Elinor Coleman
Director : Jeremy Howe
Editor : Jeremy Howe
Writer : Nick Warburton
S
P
O
I
L
E
R
S
Sunday 24th - Johnny is left devastated and Leonard has the rug pulled
from under him.
But we heard that Johnny and Bella were together and presumably lovey
at GG at the comedy thing, or somewhere, or did I mishear?
So David goes for the physical assult on Lenard. I hope Lenard doesn't
have a bad fall.
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Jack's dad - Henry's dad is an unknown donor.
I too hope it's the judo teacher.
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Annoyed by The Archers since 1959
Vicky Ayech
2019-11-22 21:06:58 UTC
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scrawled in the dust...
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Note that spoilers are included below the cast and crew.
Jill Archer - Patricia Greene
David Archer - Timothy Bentinck
Ruth Archer - Felicity Finch
Pip Archer - Daisy Badger
Helen Archer - Louiza Patikas
Brian Aldridge - Charles Collingwood
Phoebe Aldridge - Lucy Morris
PC Harrison Burns - James Cartwright
Justin Elliott - Simon Williams
Rex Fairbrother - Nick Barber
Eddie Grundy - Trevor Harrison
Clarrie Grundy - Heather Bell
Will Grundy - Philip Molloy
Ed Grundy - Barry Farrimond
Kirsty Miller - Annabelle Dowler
Tracy Horrobin - Susie Riddell
Elizabeth Pargetter - Alison Dowling
Freddie Pargetter - Toby Laurence
Lily Pargetter - Katie Redford
Johnny Phillips - Tom Gibbons
Lynda Snell - Carole Boyd
Oliver Sterling - Michael Cochrane
Leonard Berry - Paul Copley
Russ Jones - Andonis James Anthony
Martyn Gibson - Jon Glover
Bella - Elinor Coleman
Director : Jeremy Howe
Editor : Jeremy Howe
Writer : Nick Warburton
S
P
O
I
L
E
R
S
Sunday 24th - Johnny is left devastated and Leonard has the rug pulled
from under him.
But we heard that Johnny and Bella were together and presumably lovey
at GG at the comedy thing, or somewhere, or did I mishear?
So David goes for the physical assult on Lenard. I hope Lenard doesn't
have a bad fall.
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Jack's dad - Henry's dad is an unknown donor.
I too hope it's the judo teacher.
Oh another OAP moment :(
Fenny
2019-11-22 22:25:13 UTC
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On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:21:25 +0000, Vicky Ayech
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past
I dreamednmy real father has died. Who is this imposter pretending to
be him?
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Sally Thompson
2019-11-23 07:42:17 UTC
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On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:21:25 +0000, Vicky Ayech
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past
I dreamednmy real father has died. Who is this imposter pretending to
be him?
I think that's a BTN.
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Sid Nuncius
2019-11-23 07:57:36 UTC
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Post by Penny
On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:21:25 +0000, Vicky Ayech
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past
I dreamednmy real father has died. Who is this imposter pretending to
be him?
I think that's a BTN.
I think probably not. It's witty and clever, but I also found it
slightly touching rather than wince-inducing, so not this time.
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Vicky Ayech
2019-11-23 08:57:43 UTC
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Post by Penny
On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:21:25 +0000, Vicky Ayech
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past
I dreamednmy real father has died. Who is this imposter pretending to
be him?
I think that's a BTN.
I think probably not. It's witty and clever, but I also found it
slightly touching rather than wince-inducing, so not this time.
Yes I thought it was clever and also a bit edgy to make a joke of the
actor's death. Is edgy sort of a mild BTN?
Nick Odell
2019-11-23 12:35:01 UTC
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Post by Penny
On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:21:25 +0000, Vicky Ayech
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past
I dreamednmy real father has died. Who is this imposter pretending to
be him?
I think that's a BTN.
I think probably not. It's witty and clever, but I also found it
slightly touching rather than wince-inducing, so not this time.
Yes I thought it was clever and also a bit edgy to make a joke of the
actor's death. Is edgy sort of a mild BTN?
I thought it was rather touching. But then I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.

Nick
[1]Technically my son's dog but Captain wasn't one to compartmentalise
his affection)
[2]I would never have called him that to his face.
Vicky Ayech
2019-11-23 14:22:24 UTC
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On Sat, 23 Nov 2019 08:57:43 +0000, Vicky Ayech
<vicky.
I thought it was rather touching. But then I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
Nick
[1]Technically my son's dog but Captain wasn't one to compartmentalise
his affection)
[2]I would never have called him that to his face.
My sincere sympathies, Nick. We lost Molly over 3 years ago and for a
couple of years B saw her in his room now and then, and he says he
still hears her now and then. I sometimes went for walks we did
together and imagined she was with me, but never saw or heard her as
he did. I do know how big a thing it is when you lose a dog. xxx
Mike
2019-11-23 14:34:53 UTC
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On Sat, 23 Nov 2019 08:57:43 +0000, Vicky Ayech
<vicky.
I thought it was rather touching. But then I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
Nick
[1]Technically my son's dog but Captain wasn't one to compartmentalise
his affection)
[2]I would never have called him that to his face.
My sincere sympathies, Nick. We lost Molly over 3 years ago and for a
couple of years B saw her in his room now and then, and he says he
still hears her now and then. I sometimes went for walks we did
together and imagined she was with me, but never saw or heard her as
he did. I do know how big a thing it is when you lose a dog. xxx
Whereas, I am up for numerous wees at night, due to Mr. prostate! 12 of the
20 Radiotherapy fractions done now... 8 to go finishing on the Wednesday
after next. So far so good - but I don’t think I’ll want to drink any more
pints of water so as to go on the Radiotherapy bed with a full bladder
after that!
Toodle Drip
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Vicky Ayech
2019-11-23 18:11:23 UTC
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Whereas, I am up for numerous wees at night, due to Mr. prostate! 12 of the
20 Radiotherapy fractions done now... 8 to go finishing on the Wednesday
after next. So far so good - but I don’t think I’ll want to drink any more
pints of water so as to go on the Radiotherapy bed with a full bladder
after that!
Toodle Drip
Some of us get up often in the night to go anyway, even if we don't
have prostates. I hope the remaining radiotherapy goes well. Take it
easy. When I had it I found I was very tired from it. Get plenty of
rest.
Nick Odell
2019-11-23 17:59:03 UTC
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On Sat, 23 Nov 2019 12:35:01 +0000, Nick Odell
Post by Nick Odell
On Sat, 23 Nov 2019 08:57:43 +0000, Vicky Ayech
<vicky.
I thought it was rather touching. But then I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
Nick
[1]Technically my son's dog but Captain wasn't one to compartmentalise
his affection)
[2]I would never have called him that to his face.
My sincere sympathies, Nick. We lost Molly over 3 years ago and for a
couple of years B saw her in his room now and then, and he says he
still hears her now and then. I sometimes went for walks we did
together and imagined she was with me, but never saw or heard her as
he did. I do know how big a thing it is when you lose a dog. xxx
Thank you.

Nick
SODAM
2019-11-23 14:44:42 UTC
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Post by Penny
On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:21:25 +0000, Vicky Ayech
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past
I dreamednmy real father has died. Who is this imposter pretending to
be him?
I think that's a BTN.
I think probably not. It's witty and clever, but I also found it
slightly touching rather than wince-inducing, so not this time.
Yes I thought it was clever and also a bit edgy to make a joke of the
actor's death. Is edgy sort of a mild BTN?
I thought it was rather touching. But then I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
Nick
[1]Technically my son's dog but Captain wasn't one to compartmentalise
his affection)
[2]I would never have called him that to his face.
So sorry to hear that, Nick. I guess you will be getting over his loss for
a long time yet. Even Bingo’s arrival, eight months afterwards, didn’t
initially wipe out the loss of my lovely Bear. Now it does, two and a half
years on.

Was the name Captain inspired by Jack Woolley’s dog?
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Nick Odell
2019-11-23 18:02:40 UTC
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On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:21:25 +0000, Vicky Ayech
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past
I dreamednmy real father has died. Who is this imposter pretending to
be him?
I think that's a BTN.
I think probably not. It's witty and clever, but I also found it
slightly touching rather than wince-inducing, so not this time.
Yes I thought it was clever and also a bit edgy to make a joke of the
actor's death. Is edgy sort of a mild BTN?
I thought it was rather touching. But then I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
Nick
[1]Technically my son's dog but Captain wasn't one to compartmentalise
his affection)
[2]I would never have called him that to his face.
So sorry to hear that, Nick. I guess you will be getting over his loss for
a long time yet. Even Bingo’s arrival, eight months afterwards, didn’t
initially wipe out the loss of my lovely Bear. Now it does, two and a half
years on.
Thank you
Post by SODAM
Was the name Captain inspired by Jack Woolley’s dog?
I would have like to have thought so, and in my imagination I do like
to think of him that way but he was my son's dog and since I never
handed down the Archers-listening gene to my offspring I think it's
just a nice coincidence.

Nick
Nick Odell
2019-11-24 12:54:35 UTC
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On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:21:25 +0000, Vicky Ayech
Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past
I dreamednmy real father has died. Who is this imposter pretending to
be him?
I think that's a BTN.
I think probably not. It's witty and clever, but I also found it
slightly touching rather than wince-inducing, so not this time.
Yes I thought it was clever and also a bit edgy to make a joke of the
actor's death. Is edgy sort of a mild BTN?
I thought it was rather touching. But then I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
Nick
[1]Technically my son's dog but Captain wasn't one to compartmentalise
his affection)
[2]I would never have called him that to his face.
So sorry to hear that, Nick. I guess you will be getting over his loss for
a long time yet. Even Bingo’s arrival, eight months afterwards, didn’t
initially wipe out the loss of my lovely Bear. Now it does, two and a half
years on.
Thank you
Post by SODAM
Was the name Captain inspired by Jack Woolley’s dog?
I would have like to have thought so, and in my imagination I do like
to think of him that way but he was my son's dog and since I never
handed down the Archers-listening gene to my offspring I think it's
just a nice coincidence.
Interestingly (FSVO natch) since writing these comments I've started
receiving dog food adverts in my internet browsing. Given that I only
write to usenet via Thunderbird or Agent, something has cleverly
connected this Nick Odell with that one Google serves ads to.

Mind you, if the algorithm were that smart it would have realised that
dog food is the last thing I nbeed right now.

Nick
Fenny
2019-11-24 13:35:25 UTC
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Mind you, if the algorithm were that smart it would have realised that
dog food is the last thing I nbeed right now.
It's the not-so-subtle way an algorithm suggests that the best way to
get over the loss of a pet is to buy more pet food and then get a new
pet because you've got a huge pile of food that something needs to
eat. And the algorithm wouldn't want anyone to lose out on their daily
exercise.

Isn't it this "nudge theory" malarky that the gummint are supposed to
use to make us do things we don't want to do?
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SODAM
2019-11-24 21:41:01 UTC
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Interestingly (FSVO natch) since writing these comments I've started
receiving dog food adverts in my internet browsing. Given that I only
write to usenet via Thunderbird or Agent, something has cleverly
connected this Nick Odell with that one Google serves ads to.
Mind you, if the algorithm were that smart it would have realised that
dog food is the last thing I nbeed right now.
Nick
I hate algorithms. I’m convinced BA has one on its seat allocation program.
At one time, I used to be randomly allocated a seat until this algorithm
took over about five years ago . Previously, if offered an aisle seat, I
would take it but if offered middle or window seat I’d pay to swap to an
aisle. Now it knows that and only offers me middle seats at the back.
However , I have given up paying to change seats and it hasn’t leaned that.
:-(
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Nick Odell
2019-11-24 23:12:27 UTC
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I thought it was rather touching. But then I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
[1]Technically my son's dog but Captain wasn't one to compartmentalise
his affection)
[2]I would never have called him that to his face.
I'm very sorry to hear it, Nick. The loss of a loved pet can be
extraordinarily painful. All I can offer is my good wishes, which you
have in abundance.
Thank you.

Nick
Jenny M Benson
2019-11-25 14:40:34 UTC
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I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
Condolences, Nick.

My old lady (15½ now) has to go for a wee in the MOTN too and it's one
of the things I tell myself I will not miss when the inevitable happens,
but I don't actually believe myself.
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http://jennygenes.blogspot.co.uk/
Nick Odell
2019-11-25 20:14:36 UTC
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I'm still getting over the
loss last weekend of the family[1] dog. The boodly animal[2] is still
barking to be let out for a wee in the middle of the night but now he
is doing it in my dreams.
Condolences, Nick.
Thank you.
Post by Jenny M Benson
My old lady (15½ now) has to go for a wee in the MOTN too and it's one
of the things I tell myself I will not miss when the inevitable happens,
but I don't actually believe myself.
<grin>

Nick
Clive Arthur
2019-11-25 14:17:43 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.

The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.

Cheers
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Clive
Mike
2019-11-25 14:39:43 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Cheers
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
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Sid Nuncius
2019-11-25 18:11:19 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
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Vicky Ayech
2019-11-25 18:33:24 UTC
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Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Anne B
2019-11-25 19:04:52 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Two IIRC.

Anne B
Vicky Ayech
2019-11-25 21:05:26 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Two IIRC.
Anne B
And one lived with Helen in the flat over the shop? Maybe it is her.
Serena Blanchflower
2019-11-25 21:14:45 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Two IIRC.
Anne B
And one lived with Helen in the flat over the shop? Maybe it is her.
She did and it wasn't.

I forget her name (along with her sister's name) but it was when she got
pregnant and chose to have an abortion that Helen became broody, all of
a sudden, and decided to have Henry.
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Vicky Ayech
2019-11-25 22:31:56 UTC
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Post by Clive Arthur
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Two IIRC.
Anne B
And one lived with Helen in the flat over the shop? Maybe it is her.
She did and it wasn't.
I know now :)
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I forget her name (along with her sister's name) but it was when she got
pregnant and chose to have an abortion that Helen became broody, all of
a sudden, and decided to have Henry.
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That was a promising meeting but both were awkward and I think
uncertain so no coffee together. Kirsty was overdoing the urging, just
as Freddie did. He was much worse though. And the wish for Johnny to
confront Josh was out of order.

I do hope Helen and Lee get anotehr chance to meet, maybe at the
hospital. It sounded as if she offered coffee and he turned it down as
not sure she wanted to, or was it because he was hurt by the last time
together?
carolet
2019-11-28 16:54:00 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Two IIRC.
Anne B
And one lived with Helen in the flat over the shop? Maybe it is her.
She did and it wasn't.
I know now :)
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I forget her name (along with her sister's name) but it was when she got
pregnant and chose to have an abortion that Helen became broody, all of
a sudden, and decided to have Henry.
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That was a promising meeting but both were awkward and I think
uncertain so no coffee together. Kirsty was overdoing the urging, just
as Freddie did. He was much worse though. And the wish for Johnny to
confront Josh was out of order.
I do hope Helen and Lee get anotehr chance to meet, maybe at the
hospital. It sounded as if she offered coffee and he turned it down as
not sure she wanted to, or was it because he was hurt by the last time
together?
Last New Year they sort of agreed to meet at The Bull, but he arrived
after she left. I reckon that they will be there at the same time this year.
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carolet
2019-11-28 16:57:22 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again.  Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct.  It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Two IIRC.
Anne B
And one lived with Helen in the flat over the shop? Maybe it is her.
She did and it wasn't.
I forget her name (along with her sister's name) but it was when she got
pregnant and chose to have an abortion that Helen became broody, all of
a sudden, and decided to have Henry.
Annette lived with Helen. Her elder sister was Sonja.
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Serena Blanchflower
2019-11-28 18:35:02 UTC
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On Fri, 22 Nov 2019 00:02:29 +0000, carolet
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again.  Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct.  It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Two IIRC.
Anne B
And one lived with Helen in the flat over the shop? Maybe it is her.
She did and it wasn't.
I forget her name (along with her sister's name) but it was when she
got pregnant and chose to have an abortion that Helen became broody,
all of a sudden, and decided to have Henry.
Annette lived with Helen. Her elder sister was Sonja.
Thanks.
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Nick Odell
2019-11-25 20:15:59 UTC
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Post by carolet
Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
He certainly had Tony's.

Nick
BrritSki
2019-11-25 21:11:25 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
He certainly had Tony's.
<applause> and BTN :)
Sid Nuncius
2019-11-26 06:25:06 UTC
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Did Greg have a daughter?
He certainly had Tony's.
<applause>   and BTN  :)
MV, of course. But applause from here, too.
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Clive Arthur
2019-11-25 22:54:24 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Pasty IIRC.

Cheers
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Mike
2019-11-26 08:40:05 UTC
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Pasty IIRC.
Cheers
That was a bit half baked, wasn’t it Clive?
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John Ashby
2019-11-26 09:01:06 UTC
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Post by Vicky Ayech
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Monday 25th - Helen receives a blast from the past and Pip is touched by
an unexpected gesture.
The blast better not be Henry's dad. I do not want him to feature ever
again. Maybe it will be the judo teacher.
ITYM Karate.
The only 'blast from the past' I can think of is Greg - he was a bit of
a scatterbrain.
Don’t think it is worth trying to nominate BT on that (overdone) topic
Clive.
Correct. It still made me smile, though.
Did Greg have a daughter?
Pasty IIRC.
Cheers
That was a bit half baked, wasn’t it Clive?
A bit corny, should you ask me.

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