Daily Mail Weekend Magazine Archers Update August 2-5

Was it Professor Plum in the library, with a candlestick? Or Colonel Mustard in the study with a revolver? Or Mrs Aldridge in the kitchen with one of her hefty Le Creuset frying pans - and a list of motives as long as your arm? Ruairi,who’s set himself the daunting challenge of lifting spirits at Willow Cottage, gets a game of Cluedo going. He hopes for a cosy, domestic scene but, as the game heats up, one member of the troubled and troublesome clan makes a confession.
Meanwhile, the doggedly decent Neil, who’s struggling with recent events, tries to do the right thing, but seems to be making matters worse.

Thanks to Maggiesaes of ‘The Archers in Mustardland’


Well, we know that that scriptie knows nothing about modern board games. Not, I suppose, that most of the audience does either. But Ruairi would, unless he’s been kept in the cellar, have been exposed to the idea that there are games beyond Monopoly and Cluedo, games that are actually fun