One-liners to June 2nd

14 May Tony unearths a shocking secret, and the pressure increases at Berrow.
15 May Tempers flare at Bridge Farm, and Brian finds himself with a problem.
16 May There’s a dilemma for Neil, and the Aldridge sisters make their presence felt.
17 May Tom’s head is turned, and Pat tries to find the right words.
19 May Emma struggles to let go, and Adam’s meeting takes a unexpected turn.
20 May Natasha has a fight on her hands, and George underestimates his new role.

21 May Ian has concerns for a friend and Chris finds himself very much in demand.
22 May Helen fears the worst, and Susan is on a mission.
23 May Alice is determined to mark an occasion, and Tracy has reservations.
24 May Old feelings stir for Adam, and Tom strikes a controversial deal.
25 May Oliver makes a surprising offer, and emotions run high for Pat.
26 May Helen seeks advice from an old friend and there’s tension at Tracy’s hen night.

28 May There’s trouble at the cricket, and Oliver offers some words of encouragement.
29 May Helen puts her foot down, and Brian makes a surprising discovery.
30 May Lee makes a big gesture, and Ian struggles with a complicated situation.
31 May Freddie’s frustrations grow, and there’s a surprise encounter for Brian.
01 Jun Oliver finds himself in trouble, and Harrison finds himself a new challenge.
02 Jun There’s a showdown at Home Farm, and a mystery is sold for Jim.

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Sold? Perhaps the writer meant to say ‘solved’, sold doesn’t really make sense.

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[spurs jingle]
[Ennio Morricone music plays]
[a sheep rolls across the barren field]

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Yes, I did wonder about that. Must be a typo, not mine, though, it’s on the BBC site. They are quite careless, sometimes having a full stop at the end of the sentence, sometimes not.

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I didn’t for a second think it was yours, I’m familiar with the BBC’s standards.

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The BBC has standards???

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Of course they do, Twellsy. They have very poor standards.

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