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*[[Philippa Scopes]] - [[Jacqueline Jones]]
 
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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
This episode caused trouble for Granada as a law at that time forbade mention of individual members of the Royal Family in drama presentations and questions were asked in the House of Commons. The Postmaster-General contacted Granada and told them to drop all references from future acripts but no further action was taken. After this other programmes began to mention the Royal Family (most notably, ''That Was The Week That Was'' and ''Till Death Us Do Part'') and the law fell into dis-use.
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This episode caused trouble for Granada as a law at that time forbade mention of individual members of the Royal Family in drama presentations and questions were asked in the House of Commons. The Postmaster-General contacted Granada and told them to drop all references from future scripts but no further action was taken. After this other programmes began to mention the Royal Family (most notably, ''That Was The Week That Was'' and ''Till Death Us Do Part'') and the law fell into dis-use.
 
[[Category:1962 episodes]]
 
[[Category:1962 episodes]]

Revision as of 08:37, June 30, 2008


Plot

Annie warms to Philippa when she has similar ideas to her about the pub. Billy borrows Harry's car to take Philippa out. Annie plans to go with them but Billy puts her off. Ena writes to Prince Philip about the street's name. Frank refuses to sign the petition because of his job. The front axle goes and Billy and Philippa are stuck in the country.

Cast

Guest cast

Notes

This episode caused trouble for Granada as a law at that time forbade mention of individual members of the Royal Family in drama presentations and questions were asked in the House of Commons. The Postmaster-General contacted Granada and told them to drop all references from future scripts but no further action was taken. After this other programmes began to mention the Royal Family (most notably, That Was The Week That Was and Till Death Us Do Part) and the law fell into dis-use.

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