When the Boat Comes In (1976–1981)

A Ticket to Care for the Wounded 

With Jack taking his time in Scarborough Dolly fears that time is running out for the divorce and persuades Tom to leave the duke's estate so they can run Bill's new shop. Matt finds his ... See full summary »

Director:

Gilchrist Calder

Writers:

Jeremy Burnham, James Mitchell (creator)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
James Garbutt James Garbutt ... Bill Seaton
Jean Heywood ... Bella Seaton
John Nightingale John Nightingale ... Tom Seaton
Madelaine Newton Madelaine Newton ... Dolly Seaton
Malcolm Terris ... Matt Headley
Rosalind Bailey Rosalind Bailey ... Sarah Lytton
Edward Wilson ... Billy Seaton
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Terry Adams Terry Adams ... Baines
Michael Bangerter Michael Bangerter ... Freidrich Von Peltzer
Lois Baxter Lois Baxter ... Lady Caroline #2
Noel Collins ... Taylor
William Fox William Fox ... Duke of Bedlington
John Gabriel John Gabriel ... Dr Stoker
Basil Henson Basil Henson ... Sir Horatio Manners
Susie Johns Susie Johns ... Janet
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With Jack taking his time in Scarborough Dolly fears that time is running out for the divorce and persuades Tom to leave the duke's estate so they can run Bill's new shop. Matt finds his position threatened by passionate Left-winger Eddie Morton, so he makes him his deputy, aware that Eddie is terminally ill. Eddie alerts Matt to the fact that Friedrich Peltzer, the duke's German nephew, has persuaded Manners to invest in his factory in Stuttgart and Matt threatens strike action unless the offer is withdrawn. As a way out Manners and Peltzer decide they need a go-between - who is of course in Scarborough. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Drama | History

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Release Date:

29 September 1977 (UK) See more »

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