The Archers

BBC Radio 4

Arts, Performing Arts

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Contemporary drama in a rural setting



June 24th, 2015

Episode 208 of 870 episodes

Exhausted David gets up to do the early milking. Pip beats herself up for sleeping in, but David says it's fine - she has worked so hard she deserved to let her hair down last night. If she feels so bad, she can do mornings next week, says David. Pip persuades David to help the Fairbrothers start up their business by renting them some land. Pip's delighted - the boys were ready to jack it all in and go surfing in Newquay. Meanwhile, Ruth's still with Heather in Prudhoe, sorting out what will happen when Heather leaves hospital. The Bull's doing a Wimbledon quiz on Sunday. Kenton's keen to take it outside and use the beer garden. There'll be strawberries and cream on the menu for the fortnight and Fallon plans some posh picnic hampers. Susan asks Fallon about Helen's wedding plans, understanding that it'll be next summer at Lower Loxley. Kenton's still upset about the idea of the village fete coming from Lower Loxley this year, so holds an emergency meeting. But Lynda and Susan overrule him, pointing out that the 'grubby' flood bar is not an appropriate venue. Kenton's in despair, despite Fallon's attempts to cheer him up.

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