To Serve Them All My Days: Season 1, Episode 11

Part Eleven (2 Jan. 1981)

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David feels guilty about Alcock's death. Herries steps in as temporary headmaster to groom David to take over. David tries to encourage Christine, who is sure she is going to lose the ... See full summary »

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John Duttine ...
Frank Middlemass ...
Alan MacNaughton ...
Howarth (as Alan MacNaughtan)
Susan Jameson ...
Cyril Luckham ...
Charles Kay ...
Patricia Lawrence ...
Alastair Wyllie ...
Molyneux
David King ...
Barnaby
John Line ...
Garside
John Alkin ...
Chetwynd
Peter Arne ...
Doctor Farrington
Tony Halfpenny ...
Rigby
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David feels guilty about Alcock's death. Herries steps in as temporary headmaster to groom David to take over. David tries to encourage Christine, who is sure she is going to lose the by-election. David's book is published to glowing reviews. Written by mama.sylvia

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