A relatively nothing happened in the data link The Archers this month, until it all happened at once: a car accident (addingin the village frankly appalling road safety statistics); Chris and Alice
That was it after a series of slightly implausible events in which Joy, peering through her nets behind her African violets, spotted a mysterious man lurking around the Beechwood Estate. Rather than asking him what he looked like - was he, say, a dastardly Max Cady, some sort of guy wearing red pants, a plaid shirt, and a waxed jacket, or, maybe, a homeless man? homeless with a serious back problem? Helen and Lee havedecided it had to be that destructive angel, Helen's ex-husband Rob Titchener, returning to Ambridge to snatch little Jack. The family got to safety and at Bridge Farm - I imagine Pat in his rocking chair, Lillian Gish, holding a gun. Understandably, the intruder turned out to be the abject Blake, once enslaved by Kirsty's ex-husband, the builder Philip Moss, who in his misery and panic got out of hand. then rushed under the wheels of Chelsea.
There has been a lot of talk about Succession, not as in the popular HBO drama but as in, which will reprise Home Farm, if any, a not unreasonable question raised by its new manager, Stella. Brian seems to think that none of his (beautiful) children are ready for this, which is strange since he didn't ask them and two of them are, in fact, farmers. Stella is auspicious, by the way. I hope that'she turns out to be a lesbian, as Ambridge is sorely lacking in gay women.
It was the show of flowers and produce. Who has the biggest marrow in Ambridge? Turns out to be the silent character Cecil Jackson, who notoriously swept the board on the 2017 show after Tony Archer overheard him in the Bull shaking while say that he had gone to the doctor for the third time and that he would be "gone soon". Bert Fry and Joe Grundy respectfully removed their inions, but it turned out that he had only gone to the clinic for his vaccinations and that he would soon be leaving on a trekking excursion in the 'Himalaya.
Career advice for young Mrs. Horrobin, who complains of being skinned: Give her a year and get your heavy truck license, Chels. I guess such people are wanted. articlebody>