ITV1 Network Sunday 29 February
7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
ITV2 Monday 1 March 9:55 AM to 10:25 AM
Subtitled, Widescreen, Audio-described
Zoe discovers she has enemies other than the Dingles, as the attacks
on her business intensify. Debbie is surprised to find Ethan a source
of help and inspiration as she struggles to keep up with her homework.
Nicola terrifies Simon when attempting to give him a makeover.
Cast List includes :-
Leah Bracknell, Mark Charnock, Charley Webb, Liam O'Brien, Nicola Wheeler,
Zoe gets a surprise offer to buy Home Farm.
With all the sinister occurrences at Tate Haulage, Zoe (Leah Bracknell)
is shocked to find an unfamiliar face in the grounds of Home Farm.
Tom King (Ken Farrington) is quick to reveal he is a friend of her
Tom goes on to make Zoe an offer to buy Home Farm, telling her he’ll
pay over the odds for the property. Baffled by his suggestion, Zoe
tells him the family home is not for sale but she has another property
he might be interested in renting. They arrange a meeting at Holdgate
Farm in the morning for a viewing.
Elsewhere on the estate, Carl (Tom Lister) is tending to Tate Haulage
business when he catches a man in a balaclava slashing the tires on
one of the trucks.
Keen to protect the business, Carl is quick to leap into action and
rugby tackles the saboteur to the ground. But he gets a shock when
the identity of the vandal is revealed.
Zoe (Leah Bracknell) later sings her new employee’s praises
as she watches the CCTV footage back and observes Carl’s heroic
behaviour. Convinced that the Dingles are behind the incident, Scott
calls the authorities with his suspicions.
Elsewhere in the village, Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) decides to try and
do away with Simon’s (Dale Meeks) fishmonger image, as she tries
to get him to wear an outfit she has bought him. But her efforts go
to waste when Simon insists he is what he is and there is no point
trying to change him.
©2004 Will Foley
Review for Sunday 29th
While visiting Tricia’s grave Marlon gets talking to a
man who tells Marlon how he had lived in the village 18 years
ago but left after his wife died. He tells Marlon that he will
one day get over Tricia’s death just like he had with his
Later Shelley books the same man into the B&B, Alan recognises
him as Tom King, Tom jokes at Shelley’s description of
Alan, a bit different to how he remembered him from when Alan
worked for NY estates. He tells them he’s house hunting
in the area.
At Home Farm Zoë tries to convince Scott that it was not
the Dingles behind the sabotages. Later Zoë sees Tom King
wandering around the estate, he tells her that he worked with
Frank years ago. Zoë guesses that he’s interested
in buying Home Farm and tells him that its not for sale despite
Tom offering above any asking price. She instead tries to push
Holdgate Farm on him. Tom later tells Alan that he’s not
interested in Holdgate Farm but it will do till the right place
At the cafe Dawn worries about the mounting bills and tells
Terry how he wants to return to work but Terry wont hear of it.
Later he tells Siobhan that he’s waited long enough to
return to work, he wants to regain his pride. At lunch Dawn tries
to convince Terry to give up smoking, Terry tells her it’s
hard for him to change now and that they’ll get through
At Mill Cottage, Nicola introduces Simon to a new look for him
but it fails to impress Simon but he plays along until later
in the Woolie when he tells her to take him as he is.
At Tate Haulage, Carl spots Jimmy outside and tells him to stay
away. Jimmy tells him that he wants to make Carl out to be the
model employee. Later Carl catches a masked man puncturing Tate
lorries and a fight breaks out. Carl is shocked to see it his
brother Jimmy. Jimmy tells he just wants to make Carl look good
in front of the Tates. It works as Zoë sings his praises
after watching the CTV footage of Carl chasing the man. Carl
has well and truly got the trust of Zoë & Scott.
Zak gets a visit from the police regarding the attack on Tate
Haulage but Zak has the entire Woolpack as his alibi.
Zoë blames Scott for the latest attack and tells it would
never have happened in the old days, it is now obvious to Zoë that
their under attack from a rival firm. Zoë tells Scott that
she’ll fight them all the way.
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wanders around Home Farm as if he owns the place
and when Zoe confronts him he informs her that
he knew her father and he’d like to buy the place.
Strange things are happening
elsewhere on Tate property
and Carl catches a man
in a balaclava slashing
the tyres on one of the
trucks. Keen to protect
the business, Carl is quick
to leap into action and
catches up with the saboteur.
When the mask comes off
though the identity of
the tyre slasher is not
exactly a complete surprise
and Scott review the CCTV evidence of Carl’s
heroics Scott once again puts two and two together
and comes up with Zak, and once again calls the
police. The police arrive at The Woolpack to
find Zack and family have been in the pub all
afternoon, much to Scott’s disappointment. Zoe,
meanwhile has finally worked out that someone
else is behind all the recent troubles and it
has something to do with the tendering for the
refuse collection contract.
decides that Simon needs a new image and buys
him some flashy new clothes and a bead necklace
but her efforts go to waste when Simon turns
up in The Woolpack in his new get up and winds
Nicola up by telling Diane how much he loves
his new trendy gear. Nicola is not impressed
when Simon tells her that she will have to take
him for what he is, a un-trendy fishmonger.