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The House of Eliott

Season 3 Episode 6

Episode Thirty

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Aired Unknown Feb 06, 1993 on BBC
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Tilly's depression following the death of William deepens and Norman becomes desparate to save their marriage. Daniel and Evie make their relationship official. However, when Bea asks Daniel to paint a portrait of Lady Romford, he succeeds in ailienating those around him. Jack's involvement with politics take a major step forwards when he writes a contentious article on the living wage and working conditions. But not all his ideas are popular and his political career could come to an end before it's really begun. Grace becomes increasingly frustrated at her negleted desigining talents, especially after the successful launch of the Aurora collection. Madge and Charles' relationship results in a violent confrontation and an eviction. Something suspicious is going on at the Bayswater workshop.moreless

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    Cathy Murphy

    Cathy Murphy

    Tilly Watkins

    Stella Gonet

    Stella Gonet

    Beatrice 'Bea' Eliott

    Louise Lombard

    Louise Lombard

    Evangeline 'Evie' Eliott

    Aden Gillett

    Aden Gillett

    Jack Maddox

    Judy Flynn

    Judy Flynn

    Madge Howell

    Vivien Heilbron

    Vivien Heilbron

    Lady Celia Romford

    Guest Star

    Richard Moore

    Richard Moore

    Councillor Graham

    Guest Star

    Jack Chissick

    Jack Chissick

    Councillor Bates

    Guest Star

    Toby Whitehouse

    Toby Whitehouse

    Norman Foss

    Recurring Role

    Richard Lintern

    Richard Lintern

    Daniel Page

    Recurring Role

    Jamie Foreman

    Jamie Foreman

    Gerry Althorpe

    Recurring Role

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