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SHILLINGBURY TALES, THE (DVD)
  • Description

    The village of Shillingbury is a tranquil place, staunch in the established old-fashioned values of rural England. It is a picture postcard place of honeysuckle and home-made strawberry jam teas, fine thatched roofs, a timbered pub and contented folk. A place where God's in his heaven and all's right with the world.

    Disc One:

    The Shillingbury Blowers

    Young successful musician Peter Higgins and his wife Sally decide to get away from the hustle of London and buy a cottage in Shillingbury. Pride of the village is the Brass Band, conducted by Old Saltie who doesn't take well-meaning advice in his stride.

    Original ITV transmission 6 January 1980

    The Shillingbury Tinker

    If money is not the root of all for Shillingbury's tinker, Cuffy, then it's certainly a prophet of change and not necessarily for the better.

    Original ITV transmission 17 May 1981

    The Shillingbury Melon

    A prize melon and enforced retirement provide the unlikely catalyst which gives Pete and his father-in-law a common interest in gardening. Their approach, however, is vastly different.

    Original ITV transmission 24 May 1981

    Disc Two:

    The Shillingbury Cloudburst

    When one tasty rumour follows another certain people in Shillingbury become convinced that the permissive society has finally reached the village - and they don't like it one bit!

    Original ITV transmission 31 May 1981

    The Shillingbury Legend

    Entente cordiale comes to Shillingbury when the village is "twinned" with a French village in the Dordoyne. For one Frenchman at least nostalgia has ceased to be a thing of the past.

    Original ITV transmission 7 June 1981

    The Shillingbury Miracle

    Curious midnight manifestations convince Jake that his farmhouse is bedevilled by ghosts. Can this be the Shillingbury miracle Reverend Norris had in mind when bemoaning dwindling congregations?

    Original ITV transmission 14 June 1981

    The Shillingbury Daydream

    In a crisis the good people of Shillingbury always rally to a cause. Unexpectedly it takes some of them to Buckingham Palace.

    Original ITV transmission 21 June 1981, The village of Shillingbury is a tranquil place, staunch in the established old-fashioned values of rural England. It is a picture postcard place of honeysuckle and home-made strawberry jam teas, fine thatched roofs, a timbered pub and contented folk. A place where God's in his heaven and all's right with the world.

    Disc One:

    The Shillingbury Blowers

    Young successful musician Peter Higgins and his wife Sally decide to get away from the hustle of London and buy a cottage in Shillingbury. Pride of the village is the Brass Band, conducted by Old Saltie who doesn't take well-meaning advice in his stride.

    Original ITV transmission 6 January 1980

    The Shillingbury Tinker

    If money is not the root of all for Shillingbury's tinker, Cuffy, then it's certainly a prophet of change and not necessarily for the better.

    Original ITV transmission 17 May 1981

    The Shillingbury Melon

    A prize melon and enforced retirement provide the unlikely catalyst which gives Pete and his father-in-law a common interest in gardening. Their approach, however, is vastly different.

    Original ITV transmission 24 May 1981

    Disc Two:

    The Shillingbury Cloudburst

    When one tasty rumour follows another certain people in Shillingbury become convinced that the permissive society has finally reached the village - and they don't like it one bit!

    Original ITV transmission 31 May 1981

    The Shillingbury Legend

    Entente cordiale comes to Shillingbury when the village is "twinned" with a French village in the Dordoyne. For one Frenchman at least nostalgia has ceased to be a thing of the past.

    Original ITV transmission 7 June 1981

    The Shillingbury Miracle

    Curious midnight manifestations convince Jake that his farmhouse is bedevilled by ghosts. Can this be the Shillingbury miracle Reverend Norris had in mind when bemoaning dwindling congregations?

    Original ITV transmission 14 June 1981

    The Shillingbury Daydream

    In a crisis the good people of Shillingbury always rally to a cause. Unexpectedly it takes some of them to Buckingham Palace.

    Original ITV transmission 21 June 1981

    Special Features:

    • Stills Gallery
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    U
    Actor:
    Jean-Pierre Cassel, Bernard Cribbins, Diane Keen, John Le Mesurier, Jack Douglas, John Standing, Linda Hayden, Watford, Gwen, Trevor Howard, Lionel Jeffries, Robin Nedwell, Mona Washbourne, Joe Black, Diane King, Eric Francis
    Director:
    Val Guest
    Region:
    Free
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network

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  • Description

    The village of Shillingbury is a tranquil place, staunch in the established old-fashioned values of rural England. It is a picture postcard place of honeysuckle and home-made strawberry jam teas, fine thatched roofs, a timbered pub and contented folk. A place where God's in his heaven and all's right with the world.

    Disc One:

    The Shillingbury Blowers

    Young successful musician Peter Higgins and his wife Sally decide to get away from the hustle of London and buy a cottage in Shillingbury. Pride of the village is the Brass Band, conducted by Old Saltie who doesn't take well-meaning advice in his stride.

    Original ITV transmission 6 January 1980

    The Shillingbury Tinker

    If money is not the root of all for Shillingbury's tinker, Cuffy, then it's certainly a prophet of change and not necessarily for the better.

    Original ITV transmission 17 May 1981

    The Shillingbury Melon

    A prize melon and enforced retirement provide the unlikely catalyst which gives Pete and his father-in-law a common interest in gardening. Their approach, however, is vastly different.

    Original ITV transmission 24 May 1981

    Disc Two:

    The Shillingbury Cloudburst

    When one tasty rumour follows another certain people in Shillingbury become convinced that the permissive society has finally reached the village - and they don't like it one bit!

    Original ITV transmission 31 May 1981

    The Shillingbury Legend

    Entente cordiale comes to Shillingbury when the village is "twinned" with a French village in the Dordoyne. For one Frenchman at least nostalgia has ceased to be a thing of the past.

    Original ITV transmission 7 June 1981

    The Shillingbury Miracle

    Curious midnight manifestations convince Jake that his farmhouse is bedevilled by ghosts. Can this be the Shillingbury miracle Reverend Norris had in mind when bemoaning dwindling congregations?

    Original ITV transmission 14 June 1981

    The Shillingbury Daydream

    In a crisis the good people of Shillingbury always rally to a cause. Unexpectedly it takes some of them to Buckingham Palace.

    Original ITV transmission 21 June 1981, The village of Shillingbury is a tranquil place, staunch in the established old-fashioned values of rural England. It is a picture postcard place of honeysuckle and home-made strawberry jam teas, fine thatched roofs, a timbered pub and contented folk. A place where God's in his heaven and all's right with the world.

    Disc One:

    The Shillingbury Blowers

    Young successful musician Peter Higgins and his wife Sally decide to get away from the hustle of London and buy a cottage in Shillingbury. Pride of the village is the Brass Band, conducted by Old Saltie who doesn't take well-meaning advice in his stride.

    Original ITV transmission 6 January 1980

    The Shillingbury Tinker

    If money is not the root of all for Shillingbury's tinker, Cuffy, then it's certainly a prophet of change and not necessarily for the better.

    Original ITV transmission 17 May 1981

    The Shillingbury Melon

    A prize melon and enforced retirement provide the unlikely catalyst which gives Pete and his father-in-law a common interest in gardening. Their approach, however, is vastly different.

    Original ITV transmission 24 May 1981

    Disc Two:

    The Shillingbury Cloudburst

    When one tasty rumour follows another certain people in Shillingbury become convinced that the permissive society has finally reached the village - and they don't like it one bit!

    Original ITV transmission 31 May 1981

    The Shillingbury Legend

    Entente cordiale comes to Shillingbury when the village is "twinned" with a French village in the Dordoyne. For one Frenchman at least nostalgia has ceased to be a thing of the past.

    Original ITV transmission 7 June 1981

    The Shillingbury Miracle

    Curious midnight manifestations convince Jake that his farmhouse is bedevilled by ghosts. Can this be the Shillingbury miracle Reverend Norris had in mind when bemoaning dwindling congregations?

    Original ITV transmission 14 June 1981

    The Shillingbury Daydream

    In a crisis the good people of Shillingbury always rally to a cause. Unexpectedly it takes some of them to Buckingham Palace.

    Original ITV transmission 21 June 1981

    Special Features:

    • Stills Gallery
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    U
    Actor:
    Jean-Pierre Cassel, Bernard Cribbins, Diane Keen, John Le Mesurier, Jack Douglas, John Standing, Linda Hayden, Watford, Gwen, Trevor Howard, Lionel Jeffries, Robin Nedwell, Mona Washbourne, Joe Black, Diane King, Eric Francis
    Director:
    Val Guest
    Region:
    Free
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network
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