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Masterpiece Episode: "Bramwell 5"

Season 29, Episode 11
Episode Synopsis: In Part 4 of “Bramwell 5,” Robert (David Calder) is about to make a new start: he's moving to plush new offices and plans to propose to Alice Costigan (Maureen Beattie). Complicating matters is his banker's hypochondriacal wife (Lynsey Baxter), who's obsessed with Robert and comes on to him. At the Thrift, Sidney (Ben Brazier) is also infatuated, with a cute young patient (Lisa Marsh). Eleanor: Jemma Redgrave.
Original Air Date: Jan 30, 2000
Guest Cast Lisa Marsh: Florence Keeley Gainey: Kate Maureen Beattie: Alice Costigan David Calder: Robert Bramwell Ben Brazier: Sidney Lynsey Baxter: Laura Talbot Ruth Sheen: Nurse Carr Jemma Redgrave: Eleanor Bramwell Kevin McMonagle: Joe Marsham Richard Hope: George Talbot

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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
Rating: TV-PG
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