Jam & Jerusalem. Image shows from L to R: Rosie Bales (Dawn French), Sal Vine (Sue Johnston). Copyright: BBC
Jam & Jerusalem

Jam & Jerusalem

  • TV comedy drama / sitcom
  • BBC One
  • 2006 - 2009
  • 16 episodes (3 series)

A comedy drama about the members of a Women's Guild in a small West Country village called Clatterford. Stars Sue Johnston, Pauline McLynn, Maggie Steed, Sally Phillips, David Mitchell and more.

Episode menu

Series 2, Episode 1

A year after her husband's death, Sal is finding the anniversary hard to deal with, especially since the rest of her family seem to have forgotten. James continues to run his father's surgery, but his appalling bedside manner causes Sal to attempt some on-the-job training.

Broadcast details

Tuesday 1st January 2008
40 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Saturday 24th July 2021 8:35am Gold
Sunday 5th December 2021 8:00am Gold
Saturday 11th December 2021 2:30am Gold
Sunday 19th December 2021 8:55am Gold
Tuesday 21st December 2021 1:35am Gold

Cast & crew

Sue Johnston Sal Vine
Pauline McLynn Tip Haddam
Maggie Steed Eileen Pike
Sally Phillips Tash Vine
David Mitchell Dr James Vine
Salima Saxton Yasmeen Vine
Dawn French Rosie Bales
Jennifer Saunders Caroline Martin
Patrick Barlow Hillary
Doreen Mantle Queenie
Rosie Cavaliero Kate Bales
Suzy Aitchison Susie
Nigel Lindsay Marcus
Simon Farnaby Spike
Joanna Lumley Delilah Stagg
Hazel John Pauline
Guest cast
Elanor Grimes Janine
Menna Trussler Megan
Robbie Richardson Colin
Freya Edmondson Freya
Beattie Edmondson Beattie
Helen Blatch Ida
Sue Vincent Ida's Daughter
Writing team
Jennifer Saunders Writer
Abigail Wilson Writer
Production team
Mandie Fletcher Director
Pete Thornton (as Peter Thornton) Producer
Jon Plowman Executive Producer
Jo Sargent Executive Producer
Nerys Evans Associate Producer
Jake Bernard Editor
Harry Banks Production Designer
Lucia Santa-Maria Costume Designer
Chris Goodger Director of Photography
Christine Cant Make-up Designer
John McCusker Composer
Kate Rusby Composer
Ray Davies Composer
Sarah Hughes Additional Casting
Mel Nortcliffe 1st Assistant Director

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