Rosa speaks her mind, and Eddie is a good neighbour.
Helen feels apprehensive, and Jennifer makes things worse.
Lynda receives unexpected news. Meanwhile Ed is in for a disappointment.
Eddie comes to the rescue and Jess wants to be friends.
Jennifer tries to help, and Helen needs cheering up.
Leonie feels lonely and Rosa refuses to listen.
Jim tries to intervene. Meanwhile, Lynda has to cover her tracks.
Shula makes a shocking discovery. Meanwhile, Ed has a plan.
Tom seeks advice, and Jess springs a surprise on Helen.
Neil offers his assistance, and a mysterious visitor arrives at Ambridge Hall.
Jennifer and Jess begin to bond, while Clarrie tries to keep the peace.
Shula struggles with her emotions. Meanwhile, Rosa cannot cope.
Alistair leads a frantic search. Meanwhile, there is a casting crisis for Lynda.
Jamie steps in, and Shula vents her anger.
Joe gives some sound advice, and Caroline intervenes.
Helen has to hide. Meanwhile, Jill is in no hurry.
Caroline offers tea and sympathy, and Dan is fed up.
Clarrie wants to heal the rift, and Jess is enthusiastic.
Will loses his cool and Shula feels let down.
Ed makes a terrible mistake, and Josh is keen to win.
Oliver tries to make peace, and Jill is dismayed.
An intruder gets comfortable at the Stables, and Tom steps into the breach.
Helen feels confused, while Caroline takes a break.
Joe is optimistic. Meanwhile, Darrell is not sure he can cope alone.
Darrell sees a glimmer of hope. Meanwhile, Helen gets ready to party.
Lynda shakes things up, and Eddie wants to celebrate in style.
It is a significant day for Brian and he is trying to keep a big secret.
Dan is prepared to talk. Meanwhile, Edward is furious.
Kirsty faces an ordeal, while Shula also has a lot on her plate.
Lilian tries her best and Ruth cannot believe her luck.
Jill makes her feelings known and Helen needs a shoulder to cry on.
There is a welcome arrival at The Stables, and Lynda thinks she knows best.
Lynda refuses to be deterred. Meanwhile, Peggy celebrates her birthday.
David is making plans and Josh tries to pick a winner.
Kirsty faces a dilemma. Meanwhile, Darrell struggles to understand.
Shula tries to face the facts, and Peggy experiences a thoughtful moment.
Alistair lays it on the line. Meanwhile, Caroline feels encouraged.
The newlyweds return. Meanwhile, Shula is in despair.
Lynda mulls things over. Meanwhile, Eddie is elated.
Kathy is put on the spot. Meanwhile, Kirsty is fuming.
Caroline receives an important letter, while Joe is left disappointed.
It is the night of the village bonfire, and Helen makes a sharp exit.
A new Mrs Archer arrives in Ambridge, and Mel comes to the rescue.
Kirsty suggests a big change. Meanwhile, Rob is sympathetic.
Edward expresses his feelings and Darrell tries to make amends.
There are visitors at the Bull. Meanwhile, Jolene voices her doubts.
Darrell is caught red-handed, while Alistair's patience wears thin.
Nic makes a breakthrough, and Jim broaches a delicate subject.
Jim is full of surprises, and Emma is at her wits' end.
Alistair is feeling frustrated, while Helen is glad to talk.
Vicky is on edge and Lynda has a lunch date.
Edward and Mike wait for an update. Meanwhile, Pat has plenty of questions.
Joe is losing heart. Meanwhile, Lynda summons her powers of persuasion.
Tom becomes suspicious and Robert racks his brains.
Kirsty uncovers the truth and Joe ventures out.
David deals with an emergency. Meanwhile, Darrell is evasive.
Things get worse for Mike, while Helen receives a welcome phone call.
Edward feels demoralised. Meanwhile, Shula is concerned.
Jamie takes the initiative, while Kathy feels inspired.
It is party night for Susan, and Oliver needs a diversion.
Grey Gables is in the spotlight and Eddie has a very definite point of view.
Pat treats Kathy. Meanwhile, Debbie puts her foot in it.
Alistair has had a sleepless night and David has an important appointment.
Joe is a bit more cheery and there is an opportunity for Kathy.
Helen feels vulnerable, and Rob gets an important telephone call.
Nic feels guilty and Vicky has some news.
Jazzer chances his arm and Shula makes an offer.
Jill tries to be sensitive, and Lynda has her heart set on something.
Rosa has an unwelcome visitor and Kenton has to take a stand.
Clarrie is supportive and Tom gets ready to party.
Alan tries to be encouraging, and Emma comes to the rescue.
Elizabeth looks forward, and David is in for a nasty surprise.
Oliver is reassuring and there is a nice surprise for Joe.
Rob is working flat out and Alistair puts his foot down.
Brenda is catching up, and Jamie is tempting Kenton to go paintballing.
Joe is not having a good day, and Darrell is going through some difficulties.
Kirsty enjoys some time out, and Kathy has been pushed too far.
Caroline is apologetic and Clarrie is looking after everyone.
Ian is the voice of reason and Caroline does not feel relaxed for long.
David celebrates his birthday, and Eddie and Joe are enthusiastic participants.
Tony has second thoughts and Lynda breaks the bad news.
Brian proves he is not easily fooled, and Matt paints a rosy picture.
Shula makes her determination clear, and Kirsty has some fun.
Ruth receives a surprise and Helen gets more than she bargained for.
Ruth is not willing to compromise and Oliver is making the most of it.
Martyn lays down the law and Tony loses his temper.
Lilian has a story to tell and Rob is out to impress.
Alan is concerned and Neil is a good friend.
Matt is in for a surprise, and Lewis keeps David up to date.
Helen has to be patient, and Lynda tries her best.
Ian is not keen and Shula averts a crisis.
Rob comes to the rescue and Eddie is having a busy evening.
Lynda begins to have misgivings, and Kirsty tells it like it is.
Ruth is distracted and Helen needs a favour.
Tom confesses and Kathy is at the end of her tether.
Ray starts as he means to go on, and Fallon fulfils a difficult task.
Ticket sales begin to make progress, and Pip prepares to have the time of her life.
Darrell still has his pride, and Alan makes a grand gesture.
Kirsty is encouraging, and David makes it clear he is not interested in shortcuts.
Helen is making the most of it, and there is a hiccup in Brian's schedule.
Usha inspires rivalry and Caroline makes some introductions.
Fallon makes a stand and Kenton and Jolene have difficult decisions to make.
Lynda sees herself as the power behind the throne, and Kathy is trying to fight back.
Ruth is sympathetic and Helen is weaving a tangled web.
Jolene must make up her mind and Martyn acts like a dog with a bone.
Jennifer is concerned and Rob is running late.
Oliver seeks to reassure, and Tom sticks his neck out.
Pip helps to save a life and Shula finalises some details.
Pat and Tony make an ethical decision, and Kathy cannot put work behind her.
Daniel gets his results and there is good news for Elizabeth.
Jennifer is in the way and Jamie is flattered.
Oliver comes up with a solution, and Brenda finally makes contact.
Kirsty is horrified, while Kenton makes a controversial decision.
Tony becomes antagonistic and Helen feels vulnerable.
Brenda is in touch and Oliver is looking forward to a holiday.
Kenton is full of plans, and the ale is flowing at Lower Loxley.
Brian comes to the rescue, and things at the golf club are not as they seem.
Lilian has some disturbing news and there are echoes from the past for Kenton and Jolene.
Helen feels oversensitive, while Kirsty has some good ideas.
Caroline is on the mend and Neil does a favour for Kathy.
Jolene is on a learning curve and Freddie receives an offer.
Kathy is caught out and Tony speaks his mind.
Jill is supportive and everyone thinks that they know better than Nic.
Things are looking up for Lilian and there is a new addition to the Grundy household.
Martyn piles on the pressure, while Helen is at sixes and sevens.
David is impressed, and Pip arrives unexpectedly.
Kathy is worried and Helen lends a sympathetic ear.
Ruth has her work cut out and Lilian changes her mind.
Anthea keeps Lilian up to the mark and Tom takes advice on board.
Fallon enjoys a gossip and there is an awkward moment for Rob.
Jolene has some good news, and Lynda is enjoying the responsibility.
Kenton is flying high and Jazzer looks the part.
Jolene is taken by surprise and Jamie is in the mood to party.
Tom needs some help and Tony struggles to be fair.
It is busy at the swishing event, and Oliver takes control.
Shula helps Darrell out and Helen is in a positive mood.
Lilian hears an unpalatable truth, and Kenton has things on his mind.
Phoebe is worried and Brenda has an exciting prospect coming up.
Mike is concerned and Pat is wrong-footed.
Rob is on his best behaviour, and Caroline finds life stressful.
David starts back-seat driving, and Roy and Hayley have a day off.
Brenda has had enough and there is a last farewell at Bridge Farm.
Emma feels sidelined, and Susan finds herself in a conundrum.
Josh has a bit of trouble and Jolene catches up with Lilian.
Pat is on tenterhooks and Elizabeth is proud of Freddie.
Rob has his own ideas, and Emma is trying to give George something else to think about.
Pip has a good suggestion, and Freddie manages to put the work in.
Brian's mind is on work and Brenda has lost direction.
Roy is supportive, while Lily rejects an idea out of hand.
Peggy is amused, and Tony says goodbye to some old friends.
Nic cannot believe her eyes and Jazzer is trying to keep a low profile.
Pip has some news and Roy begins to feel the pressure.
The big day arrives at Bridge Farm and Rob is making friends.
Caroline is working hard and Helen wants everything to go well.
Clarrie is a woman on a mission, and it is all systems go for Tony.
Tom feels left out of things, and Bethany is the centre of attention.
Darrell looks for work, and Vicky eagerly anticipates Bethany's christening.
Helen goes kite flying, and Pip is back on track.
Jamie is finding it hard work, and Jolene has some good advice.
Tom fills Brian in and Brenda is having a good time.