Bramwell: Season 3, Episode 6

Episode #3.6 (9 Jun. 1997)

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Eleanor continues her slow recovery at the home of her best friend Isobel and her husband. While visiting the poor village school, Eleanor discovers an outbreak of measles. One of those ... See full summary »

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William Kilshaw
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Charles Kilshaw
Brian Hickey ...
Mr. Jameson
Joanna Roth ...
Isobel Kilshaw
Amanda Bairstow ...
Jane
Andrew Connolly ...
Laura Crossley ...
Sarah Mole
Ken Bones ...
Mr. Herne
Sonia Ritter ...
Mrs. Loach
Benjamin Ponting ...
Sam Loach
Lynn Whitehead ...
Mrs. Jenkins
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Eleanor continues her slow recovery at the home of her best friend Isobel and her husband. While visiting the poor village school, Eleanor discovers an outbreak of measles. One of those stricken is the teacher's assistant and Kilshaws' under-nanny, 15-year-old Sarah, who is expecting and refuses to name the father. Written by Anonymous

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