After a farm accident, Connie challenges Vernon to a farmers versus land girls competition. At the military hospital, Joyce worries about her husband John's recovery.

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Mykola Allen ...
Martin Reeves
Lou Broadbent ...
Iris Dawson
Carolyn Pickles ...
Mrs. Gulliver
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Frederick Finch
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Connie Carter
Susan Cookson ...
Esther Reeves
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Vernon Storey
Samuel Edward-Cook ...
Walter Storey
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Lady Ellen Hoxley
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Reverend Henry Jameson
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Dr. Richard Channing
Becci Gemmell ...
Joyce Fisher
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John Fisher
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Frank Tucker
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Ellis Harper
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Following the injury of his land girl Rose, who was killed in the hospital bombing, Lady Ellen tells Storey that he and Finch should combine their farms for maximum efficiency. So Iris takes her proficiency test at Storey's farm, where she narrowly escapes being injured by his threshing machine. An angry Connie throws down the gauntlet to suggest a ploughing contest with farmers versus land girls. Finch remains in the care of Mrs. Gulliver, whilst anxious to return to his digging in her garden where he's discovered a cache of Roman coins. Esther is alarmed to find she is not well. Richard assures Joyce that she must be patient with John, who is suffering from amnesia. And, Connie is displeased to see her former flame, Danny, talking to her fiancé, Vicar Henry, at the church. Written by don @ minifie-1

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8 November 2011 (UK)  »

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Every Night About This Time
(uncredited)
Written by Fats Domino
Performed by The Ink Spots
Song used in Montage sequence
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