Take the High Road Episode 61 (21/04/1981)
Bob is attacked and bitten by two dogs that are quickly chased of by the guard dogs. Brian and Isabel talk about David’s leave from his family. A prowler is spotted hanging around Blair’s Store.
Dougal feels responsible for the recent death of Mrs Armstrong. Grace continues to encourage Alice to get on with her life. Brian tries to find out what happened between Ken and Malky.
Lorna goes to the Blair’s Store to try and find out Ken’s whereabouts. David and Kirsty continue to spend time together. Alice is upset after having words with Grace.
Ken shows up and shares the story of what happened between him and Malky. Isabel bumps into Kirsty and had a chat to her about David. Fiona finds out about her fathers news from her mother.
Archie is getting a hard time from Mrs Archie about booking a holiday. Dougal talks to his mother about giving Alice a hard time. Bob and Alice have a fight about setting a date for their marriage.
Archie gets a surprise when he catches David and Kirsty sharing a moment. There is a polio outbreak in Glendarroch prompting the Dr to try and get the stubborn locals vaccinated.
Archie eagerly awaits the results of the race standing in the way of him and his winnings. With Alice’s doubts about her relationship Bob lets her know about his job opportunity.
Alice finds it hard to relax with the guests. David’s wife Helen arrives in Glendarroch and has a few questions for him. Fiona and Jimmy try to drum up some franchise business.
Archie is still finding it hard to track down Maggie with his winnings. Maggie is hiding out at the water sports head quarters where Sorry puts her in her place. Morag pays a visit to Dougal.
Archie feels bitter towards Maggie after she failed to put on his bet. Sorry tries to make up to Archie for Maggie’s carelessness. Jimmy and Fiona try to meet with Mr Lambert before Sorry.
Jimmy and Fiona sit down for a meeting with Sorry and Mr Lambert to discuss the franchise. Kirsty tracks David down at Laird’s Point. David announces to the rest of the Blair’s his plans to divorce.
A good time is had by all on the double date. Fiona and Jimmy feel they are not being given a chance to sign and see Sorry’s help as interference. Dougal is taken a back with the cost of eating out.
Dougal continues to complain about the price of eating out. Grace tells Dougal that he needs to get himself and baby Donald vaccinated. David catches Helen on the phone to mysterious caller.
Jimmy and Fiona try and close the deal with Mr Lambert. Bob continues to drag his heels with getting the polio vaccine. Maggie continues to try and stop the people of Glendarroch being vaccinated.
Elizabeth appoints Douglas Dunbar as the new factor and he reveals his views on the Glendarroch Estate to the board. Jimmy persuades his father to go for a job at the saw mill.
Herr Meier and Elizabeth continue their meeting to discuss the estate's future. Brian manages to get himself an interview for a job at the saw mill. Douglas introduces himself around Glendarroch.
Herr Meier and Douglas have a brief meeting. Fiona continues to be unhappy with Jimmy’s relationship with Alison and makes it known. Fiona finds out the outcome of the franchise deal.
After missing the Lachlan’s previously Douglas makes a morning visit. Glendarroch Water Sports are preparing to open for business.Maggie helps her self to a look at private files while Lorna is busy.
Alice and Bob make a visit to the minister to book a date for the wedding. Elizabeth meets with Douglas to discuss Brian’s recent interview. Archie’s finding it hard to warm to the new factor.
An accident at Glendarroch Aqua Sports could bring trouble for Jimmy and Fiona. Bob and Dougal aren’t thrilled by the news that they will begin to attend church regularly.
Isabel's forgetfulness is causing concern. Maggie gossips about the previous day's accident at Aqua Sports and Jimmy is worried about the future of the business.
Maggie interferes in the water ski business amongst various other things and the factor confronts David Blair about the problems in the estate.
Classic soap set in the fictional village of Glendarroch. Take the High Road ran for 23 years on Scottish Television and now it has made its return, broadcasting on STV Glasgow from the very beginning and available for catch-up here on STV Player.
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