6 Jun Lynda strikes a deal, and Kirsty makes amends.
7 Jun For Tom, there is no time like the present, while things go from bad to worse for Rex.
8 Jun Johnny’s plans fall apart, and are Pat and Tom overheard?
9 Jun Susan makes enquiries, and Lily tries to keep her mum calm.
11 Jun Bridge Farm’s secret is out, and Pip faces difficult questions.
12 Jun Pat delivers a telling off, and Lower Loxley’s prodigal son returns.
13 Jun Lynda has troublesome guests, and Kirsty is keen to recruit.
14 Jun Lilian chooses her side, and can Elizabeth see history repeating?
15 Jun Tom puts himself forward, and Rex is feeling bold.
16 Jun Justin smoothes the way, and Matt sticks his oar in.
18 Jun Pip insists she is fine, and Tracy makes her mark.
19 Jun Justin’s hackles are raised, and Kirsty feels she has lost a friend.
20 Jun Freddie finds a new vocation, and Anisha sets a challenge.
21 Jun Tom is ready to seal the deal, and Lilian smells a rat.
22 Jun Adam has an eventful birthday, and Anisha draws a line.
23 Jun Matt is on the prowl, and Jill calls on past experience.
Radio Times June 4-9
Justin Elliot is all over the plotlines just now - surely actor Simon Williams is burning the candle at both ends, seeing as he’s also currently playing the mysterious Chairman on EastEnders? In Ambridge, we find Justin being caught driving too fast by Speedwatch volunteers (and trying to talk his way out of trouble during a showdown with Lynda), while also finding time to get the full spiel on Matt’s Costa Rican venture (remarkably, it all appears to be legit).
Then there are Tony and Tom, who are at loggerheads over Justin’s cash offer: Archer Sr is putting up resistance, Archer Jr doesn’t want to miss out on the deal. But who will get the upper hand?
Total TV Guide June 4-9
Rex plays Agony Uncle as Pip pours her heart out to him about her failed relationship with Toby. Eastenders could be mentioned again here, as just like Sharon and Grant and Phil, she jokes she picked the wrong brother. Rex, though, is more interested in keeping his date with Anisha at the Bull.
After being caught speeding, Justin tries to sweet talk Lynda, but she’s not easily persuaded.
Elizabeth is not happy when Freddie skips his exams to join Johnny at the Isle of Wight Festival.
Despite suspicions to the contrary, Matt’s Costa Rican venture proves to be legal and above board.
Tom can’t believe his parent’s aren’t biting Justin’s hand off to accept the money he’s offering. Tom is worried they’ll miss the boat. Tony urges caution - not a word Tom is familiar with.
Daily Mail Weekend magazine Archers update June 4-9
It turns out that Tom is not the only bolter in the Archer brood. Young Freddie - with exams looming - makes makes a run for it putting clear blue water between him and the invigilators.
Justin also puts on a turn of speed running into a trap and giving Lynda leverage. Rex, detained on Lakey Hill by a regretful Pip, puts on a sprint to save a date while Amber, as we all guessed, fails to keep her date with Johnny on the Isle Of Wight.
None of us would have guessed that Matt’s Costa Rica venture was above board but, according to some bloke called Hugo Melling, it’s all fine and dandy,so that’s all right then.
Can the same, Tony broods, be said about Justin’s surprising offer?
Radio Times June 11-16
There’s a problem looming for Lynda. No, not the start of hay fever season, but James and Leonie turning up. They’re a special and unique kind of irritant.
With things not being harmonious between them, Lynda’s 70th birthday bash comes under threat.
Pip is a hit at Open Farm Sunday, despite the dreaded IBR nightmare rearing its head again.
Ruth has troubles of her own. She worries Pip is overdoing it, and Josh comes along with his own bombshell.
Freddie and Johnny struggle to get home from the delights of the festival, driving Elizabeth to distraction.
Rex and Anisha agree to a date.
Total TV Guide June 11-16
Heated debate is sparked when news is leaked about the potential Bridge Farm housing development. While Helen pushes Tony to make up his mind, not everyone, it seems, is unhappy about the plans.
Pip is a hit at Open Farm Sunday.
Elizabeth fears Freddie is heading for trouble after his antics at the festival.
James and Leonie’s arrival threaten to scupper Lynda’s 70th birthday celebrations, and Justin’s determined Lillian won’t be caught in the crossfire.
Justin soon has other things to worry about, though, as Matt’s scheming continues.
|Credits Week June 4-9
|Credits Week June 9-16
|Credits June 18-23
|Peter Leslie Wild