You Rang, M'Lord? (1988–1993)
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P. C. Wilson cheers up Mrs. Lipton with a bunch of flowers - from the front garden - whilst Lady Lavender invites the staff to the wedding of her pet parrots. With Cissy a potential Labour ... See full summary »

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Alf Stokes
Jeffrey Holland ...
James Twelvetrees
Su Pollard ...
Ivy Teasdale
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Lord George Meldrum
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The Honourable Teddy Meldrum
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P.C. Wilson
Brenda Cowling ...
Mrs. Blanche Lipton
Mavis Pugh ...
Lady Lavender
Susie Brann ...
Poppy Meldrum
Catherine Rabett ...
Cissy Meldrum
Perry Benson ...
Henry Livingstone
Barbara New ...
Mabel Wheeler
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Charles - the Bishop
Robin McCallum ...
Dickie Metcalfe (as Robin Lermitte)
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Mr. Foster
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P. C. Wilson cheers up Mrs. Lipton with a bunch of flowers - from the front garden - whilst Lady Lavender invites the staff to the wedding of her pet parrots. With Cissy a potential Labour candidate and himself anxious to join the board of governors of the BBC, Lord George feels he should take on the workers' point of view and invites three of his factory staff to a dinner of fish and chips. The evening is neither a flop nor a success though it awakens Teddy's liking for fish and chips and unites Alf and James in their discontent that they are not the workers enjoying Lord George's wines. Written by don @ minifie-1

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