The Flame Trees of Thika: Season 1, Episode 6

Safari (6 Oct. 1981)

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With Robin and Elspeth staying behind at the farm, Tilly joins the Palmers and Ian Crawford on safari. Lettice finally admits to Ian that she loves him. Things come to a boil between Ian ... See full summary »

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Tilly
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Ian
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Lettice (as Sharon Mughan)
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Elspeth
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Ahmed
John Nettleton ...
Major
Mick Chege ...
Njombo
Steve Mwenesi ...
Sammy
Lenny Juma ...
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With Robin and Elspeth staying behind at the farm, Tilly joins the Palmers and Ian Crawford on safari. Lettice finally admits to Ian that she loves him. Things come to a boil between Ian and Hereward but Crawford's bearer Ahmed intervenes, severely wounding Palmer. At the farm meanwhile, Elspeth takes Njomo's advice and gets the local medicine man to give her a charm to protect Twinkle. She's hurt however when Twinkle goes off on her own and doesn't return home. Everyone hears that World War I has started in Europe and Robin and the Major decide to go to Nairobi see what is happening. Written by garykmcd

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