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This British series, based on books by John Mortimer, follows the rise of Leslie Titmuss from humble beginnings in the 1950s to Tory cabinet minister in the 1980s. The rise of the slippery Titmuss is contrasted with the more modest progress of his neighbours, the intellectual Simcoxes and the aristocratic Fanners. Made by Eustom Films, a subsidiary of Thames Television for the ITV Network.
|S02E01||Titmuss Regained - Today||00/00/0000||The Right Honourable Leslie Titmuss (who is now Secretary of State for Housing, Ecological Affairs and Planning) sets his cap at the beautiful widow Jenny Sidonia. Meanwhile, secret plans are being made which will change the Rapstone valley for ever.|
|S02E02||Titmuss Regained - Tomorrow||00/00/0000||When Titmuss fails to win Jenny Sidonia by amorous means, he finds he can get her attention by buying the beautiful Rapstone Manor for them to live in. This plan works, Jenny surrenders, and the honeymoon is spent at the Manor. Developers are busy planning a new community in the landscape at Fallowfield, with mock-Georgian shopping malls and condominiums for commuters. Jenny is horrified, and Titmuss is the man who could stop it all.|
|S02E03||Titmuss Regained - ...and the Next Day||00/00/0000||In the heat of the battle between Rapstone's traditionalists and its progressives, Titmuss faces a hard dilemma. Will he go back on his pro-development principles, or will he write off the things he values most? The consummate politician's answer is to devise a plan of breathtaking deviousness and dishonesty, one which he believes will square the circle.|
Matthew Verrey Marsha Fitzalan Amy Wetmore Claire Oberman Thorley Walters Annette Crosbie (Dorothy Simcox) Colin Blakely (Dr. Salter) Eli Nathenson Zoë Wanamaker (Charlotte 'Charlie' Titmuss) William Gaminara Emma Bell Jill Bennett Graham McGrath Richard Vernon (Sir Nicholas Fanner) Paul Shelley (Fred Simcox)