The Mrs Bradley Mysteries

Season 1 Episode 3

Laurels Are Poison

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 30, 2000 on BBC
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Laurels Are Poison
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The body of a domestic cook is found floating in the river. Her employer calls on the assistance of her old friend, Mrs. Bradley.

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      • George: What's that trench for?
        Mrs Bradley: It's not a trench George, it's a ha-ha. It's there to keep sheep and riff-raff out of the flowerbeds.

      • Mrs Bradley: Tell me, George, how do you feel about visiting a haunted house?
        George: That depends.
        Mrs Bradley: On what?
        George: On who's doing the haunting.

      • Mrs Bradley: The feminine virtue of self-acrifice is entirely foreign to my nature.

      • Mrs Bradley: [ on "Lady Chatterley's Lover" ] Have a read of this, George; I think it might amuse you.
        George: Ah yes. I hear the Gamekeeper did it.

      • Mrs. Bradley: The tyranny of the foundation garment is one of the major obstacles to the full emancipation of women.

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      • Mrs Bradley: It puts that Marie Stopes book I gave you in the shade.
        Mrs Bradley is referring to the famous campaigner for women's rights, the Scottish author and doctor, whose 1918 books Married Love and Wise Parenthood called for women to be given choice over their own bodies with regard to sex and parenthood. They caused a storm when they were published, but the Marie Stopes Organisation is now known the world over, as a leading family planning and health service.

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