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11 :02x01 - Series 2, Episode 1

Jan/19/2014
Harry and wife Rose have become increasingly estranged so he is left feeling over the moon after she shows up from America to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the opening of the store, but seems more interested in an exciting new friendship with a female novelist. Lady Mae is surprised by her husband's unexpected arrival in London, and after hearing him blackmail his way onto a government military committee, she suspects that he's up to something sinister.
Guest Stars: Sai Bennett as Jessie | Tara Pilbrow as Dancer | Amir Giles as Dancer | Crystal Leaity as Gabriella | Victor Gardener as Jim | Raymond Coulthard as Lord Edgerton | Vincenzo Nicoli as Uncle Gio | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Gina Bramhill as Susie Spender | Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Amy Morgan as Grace | Max Gell as Journalist | Sean Teale as Franco | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Calum Callaghan as George Towler | Jonathan Howard (1) as Ed | Daniel Kendrick as Dave
Director: Anthony Byrne

12 :02x02 - Series 2, Episode 2

Jan/26/2014
When the staff show up for work they find themselves having to cross a trade union protest at the staff entrance. The protest manages to stir up emotions with the staff especially with all the talk of war.
Guest Stars: Jonathan Howard (1) as Ed | Daniel Kendrick as Dave | Gina Bramhill as Susie Spender | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Amir Giles as Senor Gomerez | Tara Pilbrow as Tango Dancer | Calum Callaghan as George Towler | Victor Gardener as Jim | Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Iain McKee as Arnold Huxton | Lauren Crace as Doris | Sean Teale as Franco | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Amy Morgan as Grace | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett
Director: Anthony Byrne

13 :02x03 - Series 2, Episode 3

Feb/02/2014
Agnes is working through the night getting ready for the Empire Exhibition that Harry is rolling out across the store. Mr Crabb attempts to cover for Mr Grove after Harry thinks that he’s late for work again. Harry receives a visit from Henri and takes the opportunity to apologise asks him to return to work. Gordon is fed up with the frostiness between his parents. Miss Mardle asks Grove to meet her at her new address and he fnds out that she has inherited a beautiful London home and income from her brother. Lady Mae manages to find out that truth about Loxley’s finances and discovers that he has gambling debts and is rumoured to be all washed up.
Guest Stars: Calum Callaghan as George Towler | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser | Jack Fox as Jeremy | Vincenzo Nicoli as Uncle Gio | Victor Gardener as Jim | Crystal Leaity as Gabriella | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Jonathan Howard (1) as Ed | Sean Teale as Franco | Amy Morgan as Grace | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Daniel Kendrick as Dave
Director: Rob Evans
Writer: Kate Brooke

14 :02x04 - Series 2, Episode 4

Feb/09/2014
After the attacks in Belgium, men are signing up to do all they can for the war effort. A chocolate sale starts in the store. Agnes has to say an emotional goodbye.
Guest Stars: Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Amy Morgan as Grace | Anthony Howell as Jean | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Shaun Hennessy as Mr King (as Sean Hennessy) | Matthew Wilson (3) as Mr Pratt | Daniel Kendrick as Dave | Sean Teale as Franco | Jonathan Howard (1) as Ed | Kell Ward as Newspaper Seller | Calum Callaghan as George Towler | Philip Rosch as Mr Webb | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser | Crystal Leaity as Gabriella | Vincenzo Nicoli as Uncle Gio | Greg Austin as George Selfridge
Director: Rob Evans

15 :02x05 - Series 2, Episode 5

Feb/16/2014
Agnes is now living in Miss Mardle’s house and she receives a letter from George from the front telling her all is well. Miss Mardle is surprised to find an extremely handsome male refugee named Florian as her other new lodger. Henri is feeling frustrated and he receives a mysterious telephone call from Webb who still has no results or new information for him.
Guest Stars: Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Sean Teale as Franco | Jay Villiers as Bill Summertime | Victor Gardener as Jim | Joanna Brookes (1) as Mrs Bull | Philip Rosch as Mr Webb | Ria Zmitrowicz as Miss Ella | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Raymond Coulthard as Miles Edgerton | Oliver Farnworth as Florian Dupont | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Amy Morgan as Grace
Director: Lawrence Till

16 :02x06 - Series 2, Episode 6

Feb/23/2014
German goods are taken off the shelves in Selfridge’s and Harry has arranged for the store to hold a concert to help raise money for the troops. Lord Loxley challenges Mae about having lovers as it’s not part of their new deal.
Starring Roles: Alfie Boe as Richard Chapman |
Guest Stars: Lauren Crace as Doris | Oliver Farnworth as Florian | Victor Gardener as Jim | Wendy Nottingham as Mrs Crabb | Jay Villiers as Bill Summertime | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Amy Morgan as Grace | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Sean Teale as Franco | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser
Director: Lawrence Till
Writer: Kate Brooke

17 :02x07 - Series 2, Episode 7

Mar/02/2014
Police swarm the store as Frank walks Kitty to work. Rose and Gordon find the police inside their home as well. Victor tells A concerned Agnes to go to see Henri at the police station. Henri tells her he was in Germany for personal reasons looking for his ex-love Valerie. Agnes talks to Grove and insists to him that Henri is no spy. Rose feels perturbed that she can’t get in touch with Harry in Paris and finds a letter addressed to him with a detailed list of German manufacturers and addresses.
Guest Stars: Oliver Farnworth as Florian | Christopher Hunter as Crawford Jameson | Sean Teale as Franco | Amy Morgan as Grace | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Raymond Coulthard as Lord Edgerton | Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser
Director: Lawrence Till

18 :02x08 - Series 2, Episode 8

Mar/09/2014
Harry shows up back in the country surrounded by some bad publicity concerning Germany and Henri Leclair. Rose is happy to see him back but is surprised at how affected he is by what happened in Germany. Miss Mardle is concerned about Agnes and with there being no news about George. Florian attempts to comfort her; she feels uncomfortable after he attempts to tell her about his feelings towards her.
Guest Stars: Victor Gardener as Jim | Christopher Hunter as Crawford Jameson | Joseph Beattie (1) as Mack Sennett | Sophie Carr-gomm as Hattie | Daisy Ridley as Roxy | Andrea Deck as Mabel Normand | Kerry Shale as Walter Hines-Page | Joséphine De La Baume as Valerie Maurel | Jalaal Hartley as Tom Regan | Ria Zmitrowicz as Miss Ella | Sean Teale as Franco | Jay Villiers as Bill Summertime | Ali Cook as Reporter | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Oliver Farnworth as Florian Dupont | Alan Turkington as German Police Officer | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Amy Morgan as Grace | Amanda Lawrence as Pimble | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett
Director: Rob Evans
Writer: Kate Brooke

19 :02x09 - Series 2, Episode 9

Mar/16/2014
Miss Mardle and Florian Dupont have spent the night together and she encourages him to leave before the house wakes up. Harry is upset that he’s still big news in the press and has a meeting arranged with his lawyers to try to put a stop to it all. He also finds out that Lady Mae has left Loxley. Agnes still receives no news about George.
Guest Stars: Amy Morgan as Grace | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Alana Boden as Beatrice Selfridge | Millie Brady as Violette Selfridge | Kika Markham as Lois Selfridge | Poppy Lee Friar as Rosalie Selfridge | Calum Callaghan as George Towler | Raymond Coulthard as Lord Edgerton | Deborah Cornelius as Miss Blenkinsop | Oliver Farnworth as Florian Dupont | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Christopher Hunter as Crawford Jameson | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Terence Harvey as Dr Mann | Sara Stewart as Winifrid Bonfils Black | Sean Teale as Franco
Director: Rob Evans

20 :02x10 - Series 2, Episode 10

Mar/23/2014
There is a party held at the Selfridge house with everyone in high spirits. Florian thinks about what he might have done to Miss Mardle as she won’t open up to him but she knows that they have no future. Agnes and Victor enjoy a walk into work together as they get ready to tell Harry that they’re handing in their notice as they’ll be getting married soon. Henri has being given the all clear and he’s a free man. Agnes goes to see Henri for one last time.

Guest Stars: Alana Boden as Beatrice Selfridge | Deborah Cornelius as Miss Blenkinsop | Sadie Shimmin as Miss Plunkett | Amy Morgan as Grace | Terence Harvey as Doctor Mann | Sai Bennett as Jessie | Millie Brady as Violette Selfridge | Greg Austin as George Selfridge | Poppy Lee Friar as Rosalie Selfridge | Calum Callaghan as George Towler | Oliver Farnworth as Florian Dupont | Kika Markham as Lois Selfridge | Raymond Coulthard as Lord Edgerton | Sean Teale as Franco | Malcolm Rennie as Fraser
Director: Rob Evans
Warning: Mr. Selfridge guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Educational | Family | History | Lifestyle
Status: Returning Series
Network: itv ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 06, 2013
Episode Order: 10
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