To Serve Them All My Days

Season 1 Episode 1

Part One

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Aired Unknown Oct 17, 1980 on BBC Two
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Although he once had dreams of a life in academia, injured soldier David Powlett-Jones arrives at Bamfylde a broken man haunted by the horrors of the front.

Long, solitary walks and encouragement from Headmaster Herries help him regain strength and face the scrutiny of the other masters.

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    Alan MacNaughtan

    Alan MacNaughtan

    Howarth

    John Duttine

    John Duttine

    David Powlett Jones

    Kim Braden

    Kim Braden

    Julia Darbyshire

    Frank Middlemass

    Frank Middlemass

    Algernon Herries

    Susan Jameson

    Susan Jameson

    Christine Forster/Powlett-Jones

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      • While Algy is off getting tea, David looks out the window at some boys playing rugby. In the shot of David from the outside looking in, his hair is combed differently than in the interior shots immediately preceding and following.

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    • NOTES (1)

      • During the opening credits to this and all subsequent episodes, we hear the Bamfylde School Song (composed by Kenyon Emrys-Roberts) sung by a boys choir. Lyrics:

        Look ahead to a life worth living,
        Full of hope, full of faith, full of cheer.
        To a life that is made for giving,
        Without stint, without shame, without fear.

        Look ahead to the one who leads us,
        To the Lord who guides our ways.
        We shall follow, follow, follow,
        We shall follow Him all our days.

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