"Upstairs, Downstairs" On Trial (TV Episode 1971) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • In November 1903, a new under-house parlour maid arrives for duty at 165 Eaton Place. Above stairs live the wealthy Bellamy family, Lady Marjorie and her husband Richard who is a Conservative member of Parliament. Below stairs live the other 'family', the various servants of the house including Mr. Hudson the butler, Mrs. Bridges the cook, Alfred the valet, Emily the scullery maid, Miss Roberts who is Mrs Bellamy's personal maid, Mr. Pierce the coachman and Rose, the parlour maid. The new arrival is Sarah, though she prefers to be called Clémence and to everyone's surprise, Mrs. Bellamy hires her on trial. Despite her protestations to the contrary Sarah has clearly never been in service before and it takes some time for her to adjust to her surroundings. She soon realizes however that she has around her the caring family she has never had.

  • On a crisp autumn morning in 1903, a young woman seeks employment in a fashionable London townhouse.


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