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201A0120010105

By Richard Monks.

1: Jeanette's Story.

When Jeanette and her ratcatcher husband Stephen win a two-berth Musketeer and join the Southern Counties Caravanners' Club, they find friendship, eccentricity and unexpected success in the manoeuvring contest.

201A0220010112

By Richard Monks.

2: Ron's Story.

Defeated in the caravan manoeuvring competition, long-time club chairman Ron Wheeler stands for re-election.

But he's up against glamorous Carol in leather trousers, and a surprise visit from irrepressible former-army colleague Nobby.

With Bernard Hepton, Stephanie Cole, Annette Badland and Gerard Mcdermott.

Directed by David Hunter

201A0320010119

By Richard Monks.

Episode 3: Ray's Story.

Ray, longtime member of the Southern Counties Caravanners' Club and budding entrepreneur, sees a chance to make a fortune by importing cheap French beer in his caravan.

With Gerard Mcdermott, Bernard Hepton, Stephanie Cole and Annette Badland.

Directed by David Hunter

201A0420010126

By Richard Monks.

Episode 4: Fran's Story.

Fran, now the reluctant First Lady of the Southern Counties Caravanners' Club, fears that her prized 1928 Eccles will not win the Caravan Show because the original badge is missing.

With Helen Ayres, Stephanie Cole, Annette Badland and Gerard Mcdermott.

Directed by David Hunter

201A0520010202

By Richard Monks.

5: Audrey's Story.

The purchase of a top-of-the-range Duchess and a surprise meeting with an old, now titled, friend leads Audrey, grand dame of the Southern Counties Caravanners' Club, to reconsider her lifestyle.

With Stephanie Cole, Bernard Hepton, Annette Badland and Gerard Mcdermott.

Directed by David Hunter

201A0620010209

By Richard Monks.

6: Steven's Story.

Steven, proud to have been appointed rally officer for the last caravan outing of the season, takes the club to Selsey Bill, where he finds childhood memories, an unusual catch and a spectacular firework display.

With Kenny Blyth, Stephanie Cole, Bernard Hepton and Annette Badland.

Directed by David Hunter