When the Boat Comes In: Season 1, Episode 11

Happy New Year, Some Say (18 Mar. 1976)

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It is New year's Eve and Glaswegian socialist lecturer Sandy Lewis joins Jack, whom he tells that the Labour party is in the ascendancy, at the George Hotel, where Billy is a bar-man and ... See full summary »

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Jean Heywood ...
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Roger Avon ...
Mr. Redshaw
Lyn Douglas ...
Sarah Robinson
Kevin Dryden ...
Jacker
James Grout ...
Richard Harley Evans
Anne Jameson ...
Miss. Barrington
Stephen Little ...
Davie
Tom McCall ...
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Neil McCaul ...
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John Nightingale ...
Geoffrey Rose ...
Bill Simpson ...
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It is New year's Eve and Glaswegian socialist lecturer Sandy Lewis joins Jack, whom he tells that the Labour party is in the ascendancy, at the George Hotel, where Billy is a bar-man and Tom avoids capture, having stolen from the cloak-room. They join Bill and Bella at a New Year party given by Jessie and Arthur Ashton, to whom she is now married. Next day the Seatons are summonsed for allowing their shop to remain open in the evening. Bill suspects they were grassed up by rival shop-keeper Davidson so Sandy throws a brick through his window with a note tied to it reading 'Happy New Year'. Written by don @ minifie-1

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