Bergerac: Season 7, Episode 4

The Other Woman (18 Feb. 1989)

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After playwright Graham Hawkesworth has been found murdered, his widow Bonnie tells Jim she is certain he had a mistress, but no-one can identify the other woman. Jim learns that Bonnie was... See full summary »

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Terence Alexander ...
Sean Arnold ...
Frances Tomelty ...
Bonnie Hawkesworth
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Henry Morant
Ann Firbank ...
Sheila King
Jack Watling ...
Blakemore
David Kershaw ...
John Telfer ...
Clare Byam-Shaw ...
Pathologist (as Clare Byam Shaw)
Nancy Mansfield ...
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Mark Dempsey ...
Barman
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After playwright Graham Hawkesworth has been found murdered, his widow Bonnie tells Jim she is certain he had a mistress, but no-one can identify the other woman. Jim learns that Bonnie was also unfaithful. Susan becomes a suspect through her acquaintance with the dead man and evidence starts to build against her. Convinced of her innocence Jim knows that either somebody is trying to frame her or that Graham had fantasized about her as his girl-friend. Whatever the motive she is in danger and Jim has to protect her. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The poem read during the funeral service at the end (starting "How much are they deceived who vainly strive") is "Love and Jealousy" by William Walsh. See more »

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