Radio Times Ambridge Diary July 21-26

Jim is in better spirits, though that doesn’t stop Jazzer from supporting him by seeing off enquiries from Susan and Lynda. But when another resident criticises Jim’s behaviour, Jazzer finds himself pushed to the edge.
And he’s not the only one seeing red: trouble is coming to the door of Grange Farm and, as Will discovers a horrifying truth, an angry confrontation has unforeseen consequences …
There’s tension at Bridge Farm as Tom’s lack of urgency over the pigs causes problems. Can he be convinced to find a new supplier?
And, finally, there is some happy news: little Rosie’s first birthday is celebrated in style, even if Toby, the over-eager dad, goes way over the top.

Thanks to fleetingeileenm from ‘The Archers in Mustardland’