Episode 1232
Production code P694/232
ITV transmission date 6th November 1972 (Monday)
Stories by Harry Driver
Esther Rose
John Temple
Writer Leslie Duxbury
Designer Ed Buziak
Director Joe Boyer
Executive Producer H.V. Kershaw
Producer Eric Prytherch
Previous episode 1st November 1972
Next episode 8th November 1972


Ray is worried sick. Sean is chirpy at the breakfast table. Billy assures Concepta that he likes Sean. Bet arrives to collect her wages and makes a cryptic remark to Lucille about Sean. Having been phoned by Len, Det Insp Patterson turns up at the yard and interviews Ray. He tells him about Sharon Duffy. To Len's fury, Patterson insists that No.9 and the yard are searched. Norma is convinced Jacko was involved. Hilda overhears Jacko telling Emily that the burglary was an inside job and remembers letting him in there. Lucille asks Bet to explain her remark about Sean. She tells her about him making a pass at her. Hilda can't remember if she left Jacko alone in the flat. Lucille is cold towards Sean again. Ray and Len row about Ray's stupidity and the damage he's done the firm's reputation. Alan and Elsie meet Jimmy Frazer at the Canal Garage and they go out for a meal. Benny sacks Len. Rita takes him to task for it. Annie assures Concepta that everyone approves of her and Sean. Lucille lies that she does too but Annie sees that something is wrong. Maggie and Norma hear that Ray is under suspicion. Hilda decides to "do her duty" and tell Patterson about Jacko. Ray tells Jerry that the game is up for him and he might as well scarper.


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  • TV Times synopsis: Ray finds he is on the spot over the penthouse "job".
  • Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 7,150,000 homes (5th place).
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