Heartbeat: Season 9, Episode 17

For Art's Sake (16 Jan. 2000)

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The artist Joe Vaughan has rented a cottage from Lord Ashfordly to do some painting. He has had a bit of a clash with members of the local rugby club and they do what they can to annoy him.... See full summary »

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Joe McGann ...
Joe Vaughan
Paul Kynman ...
Barry Roache
Bill Maynard ...
Peter Benson ...
David Lonsdale ...
Anthony Smee ...
Rod Dundas
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Martin Ledwith ...
Andy Ryan
Tricia Penrose ...
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Philip Franks ...
Sergeant Craddock
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Jackie Bradley
William Simons ...
Andrew Abrahams ...
Magistrate
Derek Fowlds ...
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The artist Joe Vaughan has rented a cottage from Lord Ashfordly to do some painting. He has had a bit of a clash with members of the local rugby club and they do what they can to annoy him. A Liverpool gangster, Boyd, is also interested in him and he has sent two goons to do the dirty job. His benefactor Rod Dundas organizes an exhibition at the cottage, but the night after the opening the cottage burns and all Vaughan's paintings are destroyed. Well not all of them, since one of them is missing. Greengrass gets a grant from the counsel for his new "romantic boarding house" and can soon greet his first guests. His old friend Betty persuades him to buy a share of the race horse Alnwick Flyer, which must be sold for tax reasons. There is something about Gina's boyfriend Andy that Oscar Blaketon does not like and he starts to follow Andy around like a shadow. Written by Carsten Pedersen

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