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Something to Treasure 

The widow of a miner hires Hetty to discover his treasure map showing where valuable gemstones he stole from the mine owners are hidden.

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Robert
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Suzanne Maddock ...
Janet
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Moira Pridwell
Paul Slack ...
Thomas Escombe
Robert Perkins ...
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Stuart Pridwell
Vivienne Moore ...
Ivy
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Connie
Rachel Ambler ...
Shirley
Nathaniel Duncan ...
Rob
Richard Brinkmann ...
Craig
Linda Spurrier ...
Noreen Bainbridge
Sam Davies ...
Sid Patten
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Storyline

Stuart Pridwell is killed in a rock fall after telling his wife Moira he was going to retrieve buried treasure from a disused mine shaft. Moira calls in Hetty to locate precious stones believed to be buried in one of two mine chambers but when Hetty and Geoffrey go underground they find only a locker key belonging to surly miner Jack Duckett. Duckett has been set up and the stones already taken. In identifying the culprit Hetty realises that the motive was an affair of the heart,rather than greed. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Filmed in March 1998 judging by a calendar seen behind Hetty at her apartment. See more »

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Hetty Wainthropp: Good mornin'.
Jack Duchett: Mornin'. Who yuh lookin' for?
Hetty Wainthropp: Information. I'm a writer researchin' the lives of women married to miners.
Jack Duchett: Why do that?
Hetty Wainthropp: Because their true voice has seldom been heard.
Jack Duchett: I heard too much of my wife's mind when I were married.
[He laughs]
Hetty Wainthropp: Women have a right to be heard. Don't forget that.
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The Gay Gordons
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English traditional ceilidh social dance
Propriety of title discussed by Hetty
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