Duckworths 1983
"If you've owt to say, spit it out before it flamin' well chokes yer"
This article or section is unfinished.
Please edit this article to fill in the missing parts and remove this message when done.
"Licenced premises cannot be successfully run without constant hard work and unremitting attention"
This article requires clean up to conform to the Manual of Style.

Please edit this article to bring it up to scratch, and remove this message when finished.

Roger Wain, the son of a butcher, took the juvenile male lead in a production of 'The Way of the World'. Playing opposite him was Lucille Hewitt who developed a crush on him.

Annie Walker thought Roger a nice young man and approved of the developing relationship between him and her ward Lucille. Upon inviting him round for a meal, she was embarrassed to find that despite, or perhaps in spite of, his father's occupation, Roger was a vegetarian. He briefly influenced Lucille into becoming one.

List of appearancesEdit


Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.