Molly Sugden goes to her employment agency, only to find herself with a new job, for her son Shane she gave up for adoption years ago. This series shows how Molly gave up her son - and the miracle of fate bringing them back together.
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 Ida Willis (37 episodes, 1981-1986)
Christopher Blake ...
 Dr. Robert 'Shane' Price (37 episodes, 1981-1986)
Jennifer Lonsdale ...
 Angie Price (37 episodes, 1981-1986)
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 Wilfred Willis (22 episodes, 1981-1986)
Clare Richards ...
 Mrs. Price (17 episodes, 1981-1985)
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 Miss Edith Parfitt / ... (12 episodes, 1984-1986)
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Molly Sugden goes to her employment agency, only to find herself with a new job, for her son Shane she gave up for adoption years ago. This series shows how Molly gave up her son - and the miracle of fate bringing them back together.

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Ida Willis is NOT Mrs. Slocombe
5 December 2002 | by (New Hampshire, USA) – See all my reviews

Form your own ideas about Mollie Sugden portraying "Ida Willis". Of course she does NOT act like Mrs. Slocombe because she isn't. If you give her a chance, you'll have a good chance at enjoying her portrayal. A 'real' Mollie Sugden fan will enjoy Ida too; whereas a Mrs. Slocombe fan might not. It's just like Patricia Routledge portraying Hyacinth Bucket [Bouquet] and Hetty Wainthropp. They are both interesting characters but Hyacinth is a funny snob whereas Hetty is a lady detective. They're different, as are Mrs. Slocombe & Ida. I really believe that you'll enjoy BOTH characters. Give them a chance; you'll be glad you did!


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