Jam & Jerusalem

  • 2006
  • TV Show
  • None

A sitcom about a group of eccentric women in a small town in Devon, England.

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Episode 6 Season 1, Episode 6 Oct 10, 2007 $1.99

Tip and Colin are up to their eyes in paperwork on the farm as the lambs are off to be slaughtered. When old widower farmer Elijah (Brian Knight) gets in a pickle with a dead cow, Tip decides they need to get Elijah back on track with his paperwork and his life and calls in help from Sal and the rest of the Guild.

Episode 5 Season 1, Episode 5 Oct 3, 2007 $1.99

It is Harvest Festival time and the members of the Ladies Guild set about collecting food and decorating the church for the event. However, the vicar is even more bad-tempered than usual, moaning about the donations of tinned goods to the fair and that Eileen keeps interrupting his church ceremonies. So when Rosie questions him about hearing the voice of God and her desire to be a vicar, he brushes her off saying that vicars usually get some sort of calling or sign from God.

Episode 4 Season 1, Episode 4 Sep 26, 2007 $1.99

Sal is getting used to having Tash living at home again, but although it stops her rattling round her house by herself it is also driving her round the bend. In a bid to occupy herself, she keeps finding excuses to pop round to the surgery, particularly when she needs to escape the Guild's craft morning!

Episode 3 Season 1, Episode 3 Sep 19, 2007 $1.99

It is the annual ceremony of the 'Beating of the Bounds' in Clatterford. The vicar is taking it all very seriously indeed; he is ready to do his blessing duties and has even brought out his black cassock for the occasion,. For the rest of the community, it is an excuse for a bit of a booze-up on the moor. The Guild always organises the food but, when Rosie forgets to order the pasties, the women leap into action and get the production line started.

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Jam & Jerusalem Season 1
The Women's Guild: its ideals are to promote truth, justice, tolerance and fellowship - or is it just an excuse for a good old gossip? Clatterford is (more…)