When the Boat Comes In: Season 3, Episode 5

Travel Light, Travel Far (6 Oct. 1977)

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Riddled with cancer, Dr. Stoker takes an overdose and dies, leaving an exhausted Billy to run the free clinic with only Father Courtnay to help. Jack returns from a few days in London, not ... See full summary »

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James Garbutt ...
Jean Heywood ...
John Nightingale ...
Madelaine Newton ...
Dolly Seaton
Malcolm Terris ...
Rosalind Bailey ...
Sarah Lytton
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John Gabriel ...
Dr Stoker
Murray Hayne ...
Mr Hodges
Basil Henson ...
Ralph Michael ...
Father Courtney
Bobby Pattinson ...
Eddy Morton
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Riddled with cancer, Dr. Stoker takes an overdose and dies, leaving an exhausted Billy to run the free clinic with only Father Courtnay to help. Jack returns from a few days in London, not Scarborough and supplies Dolly with a solicitor, who tells her that she and Tom must live apart to appear blameless. Manners pays Jack to front Pioneer Enterprises, a 'nominee company' to act as go-between with Peltzer and buy the materials the German needs. Matt finds out and threatens a strike but Jack uses the situation to force Manners to take on more fitters and guarantee their jobs. Jack then moves out of his house, leaving it to Matt and Sarah. Written by don @ minifie-1

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