Jam & Jerusalem - The Complete Series Three
Set in the Women's Guild of Clatterford St. Mary, this sitcom penned by Jennifer Saunders stars some of the best-loved women in comedy and returns to DVD with its third and final series.
Sal Vine continues to build her new life, after the death of her husband. Her daughter has moved out, but only as far as the old van that is parked next to the house. In this series, Sal fights to save a piece of Clatterford history, a barn being renovated at the back of her house and enlists the help of the Guild in an effort to stop the development. She enjoys their full support, until Rosie discovers from the project manager Jock (Clive Russell) that the barn will be occupied by none other than Charles Dance. How could the Guild stand in the way of such an illustrious neighbour?
Sal's initially frosty relationship with Jock soon blossoms into something that could be love, while Kate and the Vicar also get closer and the Guild try desperately to get Charles Dance to be a guest speaker.
Eileen is organising the biennial Guild Fashion Show, but Rosie goes missing with one of the outfits, as does the Vicar, along with the keys to the church - with the essential fashion show props inside. Kate Bales heads to the moor to hunt for him, and finds rather more than she bargained for...
Spike and Tash are finally ready to travel the world in their converted mobile library, but a confusion with the gears leads to a call-out for the emergency services, and Sal's house ends up looking like a war zone.
First released: Monday 23rd August 2010
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