Oldshaw, 1929; when you could enjoy a night out at the Theatre Royal, a pint in the interval, a hot pie on the way home - and still have change from a shilling. You could also have an argument with a brewer's dray and end up as a client of Jeremiah Unsworth (Edward Chapman) and Co., Undertakers and Monumental Masons...and be given one of the most disastrous funerals in the long and noble history of undertaking...
1. In Loving Memory One of the most disastrous funerals in the long history of undertaking.
2. The Legacy The reading of the late and unlamented Jeremiah Unsworth's will brings little comfort to Ivy.
3. Gone Dancing Billy (Christopher Beeny) sees the girl of his dreams during Carnival Night at the Temperance Hall Tearooms.
4. The Rivals Competition rears its ugly head as Ivy Unsworth (Thora Hird) becomes embroiled in a bitter trade war.
5. Pork Billy is given the opportunity of a lifetime and a chance to learn a new trade.
6. Come Back Little Malcolm Unsworth's funeral parlour is shocked when a client asks for a refund...
7. Onions A string of onions and a bicycle wheel stuck in the tram-lines set Billy on the road to High Adventure.