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Episode 70
Production code P228/70
ITV transmission date 14th August 1961 (Monday)
Serial editor H.V. Kershaw
Writer Jack Rosenthal
Designer Denis Parkin
Director Howard Baker
Producer Derek Granger
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PlotEdit

Frank and Ida tease Nancy over Albert. Linda and Elsie are still not speaking. The Brewery gives the Walkers the chance to move into their new pub, the Royal Oak in Sharringley. Elsie is upset because she's not invited to her grandson's christening. Dennis agrees to be godfather. The wholesalers refuse to give Florrie any stock until she settles her account.

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NotesEdit

  • TV Times: A fascinating freemasonary; a volume of unwritten rules…these are the driving forces behind this down-to-earth North Country street (This generic synopsis, based upon Tony Warren's famous memo to persuade Granada Television executives to commission the programme, did not appear in all regional editions)
  • Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 5,631,000 homes (4th place).
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