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The Archers - where is Elizabeth?

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Songbird Wed 20-Jun-12 11:34:41

That's it really. The only time I have really missed any is in Christmas and Easter hols (I listen at work and can usually catch up after 1/2 terms!). Has just occured to me, I haven't heard much from Elizabeth recently (not that I'm mourning her loss!!!).

AdventuresWithVoles Wed 20-Jun-12 17:44:17

Busy Leching at Roy? grin

Northernlurker Wed 20-Jun-12 17:52:21

She has been around but it's very normal that you hear some people more than others. Atm it's all Ruth and David and Usha and Alan. I haven't heard Kathy or Pat for ages. Or Caroline and Oliver come to that. They'll be back - unless they go not speaking like John Tregorran. He was there for years MUTE.

Songbird Thu 21-Jun-12 11:04:40

Ah thanks. So bizarre isn't it? All that drama with David and then nothing for months.

AdventuresWithVoles Thu 21-Jun-12 13:24:15

Why doesn't David make it widely known that he's being intimidated, wouldn't that take away some of the power from those threatening? Keep a blog, publish it on village website, whatever.

I kind of presume that kind of reconciliation between Dave+Eliz will come about on the back of the present story line.

mummytime Sun 24-Jun-12 12:15:32

I was so cross with Ruth's "please don't testify" speech. If David doesn't they will be more in danger than even, and have shown they can be walked all over. I'd probably pack the younger two kids off the the NE relatives for safety, and demand more police protection (why aren't the monitoring the phone anyway?).

Acekicker Mon 25-Jun-12 15:24:01

Ooops - just posted re shipping the kids North on a different thread.

I would guess he can't talk about the intimidation as it could prejudice the outcome of the trial - if it was widely known in the community then it could give the defence the argument 'people knowing about that will make them assume they're guilty'?

OliviaLMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 04-Jul-12 12:02:20

Who cares?! grin such a whiiiner

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