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Series 2

7 :02x01 - Series 2, Episode 1

Aug/10/2014
It is 1923 and The Allinghams have had a good war and are now living in a grander house, where Edmund is holding a weekend party for the entertainment of his political sponsor, Lord Kilmartin. Bert Middleton as wagered Kilmartin £5 that he’ll win as he attempts to save up to leave the Village for a job in Sheffield. John Middleton is now a dairy farmer and has been renting young Alf Rutter’s barn to house his 20 head of cattle and milking machine.
Starring Roles: Julian Sands as Lord Kilmartin | David Ryall as Old Bert | Ellie Grainger as Mary Middleton | John Elkington as Philip Rundle | Scott Handy as Robin Lane | James Foster as Lenny Foster | Anthony Flanagan as Arnold Hankin | Annabelle Apsion as Margaret Boden | Amelia Young as Polly | Charlie Murphy (2) as Martha Allingham | Matt Stokoe as Gerrard Eyre | Daniel Ezra as Ghana Jones | Andrew Gower as Gilbert Hankin | Jim Cartwright as Peter the Landlord | Alex Robertson as Robert Read | Derek Riddell as Bill Gibby | Ainsley Howard as Norma Hankin |
Guest Stars: Nick Preston as Alf Rutter
Director: Luke Watson
Writer: Peter Moffat

8 :02x02 - Series 2, Episode 2

Aug/17/2014
Phoebe and Bert begin a tentative relationship. Bill encourages Grace to take part in the bike ride across the Peaks, but tries to justify why she's spending so much time with Bill. John notices that she's distracted, but believes it's because she's in fact attracted to Alf. Marie Stope's caravan arrives in town. Gilbert takes charge at the factory and moves Agnes to another part of the floor, with disastrous results. Hankin's dancehall opens. Robin believes he has a way to help Martha escape.
Starring Roles: David Ryall as Old Bert | Anthony Flanagan as Arnold Hankin | Ainsley Howard as Norma Hankin | John Elkington as Philip Rundle | Ellie Grainger as Mary Middleton | Scott Handy as Robin Lane | Juliet Aubrey as Joy Dangerfield | Annabelle Apsion as Margaret Boden | Chloe Harris as Agnes | Charlie Murphy (2) as Martha Allingham | Andrew Gower as Gilbert Hankin | Matt Stokoe as Gerrard Eyre | Nick Preston as Alf Rutter | Alex Robertson as Robert Read
Director: Luke Watson
Writer: Peter Moffat

9 :02x03 - Series 2, Episode 3

Aug/24/2014
Polling day is just around the corner and the rift between Grace and John deepens as she becomes increasingly impressed by Bill Gibby's left-wing ideas. John makes the dairy farm a success after he installs a mobile-milking machine and takes over the village's provision of milk after Rutter's herd get TB.
Guest Stars: David Ryall as Old Bert | Ellie Grainger as Mary Middleton | Nick Preston as Alf Rutter | Scott Handy as Robin Lane | Marc Finn as Andrew Gamekeeper | Chloe Harris as Agnes | Matt Stokoe as Gerrard Eyre | Andrew Gower as Gilbert Hankin | Charlie Murphy (2) as Martha Allingham | Ainsley Howard as Norma Hankin | Anthony Flanagan as Arnold Hankin | Annabelle Apsion as Margaret Boden | Jim Cartwright as Peter the Landlord | John Elkington as Philip Rundle

10 :02x04 - Series 2, Episode 4

Aug/31/2014
Edmund and Harriet are getting ready for their wedding, and despite Norma's opposition, Gilbert and Agnes get married in the chapel. Bert and Phoebe are caught on the Allinghams' estate. Grace defies John despite his best efforts to make things right between them.
Guest Stars: Julian Sands as Lord Kilmartin | Derek Riddell as Bill Gibby | David Ryall as Old Bert | Annabelle Apsion as Margaret Boden | Chloe Harris as Agnes | Alfie Stewart as Bert Middleton | Ellie Grainger as Mary Middleton | Marc Finn as Andrew Gamekeeper | Andrew Gower as Gilbert Hankin | Ainsley Howard as Norma Hankin | Anthony Flanagan as Arnold Hankin | Scott Handy as Robin Lane | Matt Stokoe as Gerrard Eyre | Charlie Murphy (2) as Martha Allingham | Phoebe Dynevor as Phoebe Rundle | John Elkington as Philip Rundle | Emily Beecham as Caro Allingham | Nick Preston as Alf Rutter | Jim Cartwright as Peter the Landlord | Alex Robertson as Robert Read

11 :02x05 - Series 2, Episode 5

Sep/07/2014
The future of the Middleton farm is up in the air with John in a coma having suffering a blow to his head at the Mass Trespass. Grace feels conflicting emotions as she needs John to live, but she is scared that he will recover and remember what he saw. Eyre’s impending trial makes Martha realise just how much she is in love with him.
Guest Stars: Ellie Grainger as Mary Middleton | Norman Murray as Doctor | Annabelle Apsion as Margaret Boden | Andrew Knott as Sergeant Westlake | Dean Smith as PC Derbyshire | Matt Stokoe as Gerrard Eyre | Andrew Gower as Gilbert Hankin | Chloe Harris as Agnes | Phoebe Dynevor as Phoebe Rundle | Nick Preston as Alf Rutter | Jim Cartwright as Peter the Landlord | Anthony Flanagan as Arnold Hankin | Ainsley Howard as Norma Hankin | Nicholas Farrell as Crispin Rose | Scott Handy as Robin Lane | Amelia Young as Polly
Director: Dominic Leclerc
Writer: Peter Moffat

12 :02x06 - Series 2, Episode 6

Sep/14/2014
John still can't speak, whilst Bert is hurt and confused about the rumours surrounding his mother and Bill Gibby. Clem decides to settle the rumours once and for all. Bill returns to the village as the new councillor, suggesting that Sheffield needs a new reservoir. Clem's victory over Martha is short-lived as Caro decides she wants her son back. Norma struggles with the gossip surrounding her pregnancy. Grace declares to the village she wants to protect it from the impending building plans.
Guest Stars: Juliet Aubrey as Joy Dangerfield | David Ryall as Old Bert | Bill Jones as Young Bert | Charlie Murphy (2) as Martha Allingham | Scott Handy as Robin Lane | Lucy Brown (1) as Harriet Kilmartin | Matt Stokoe as Gerrard Eyre | Chloe Harris as Agnes | Andrew Gower as Gilbert Hankin | Ainsley Howard as Norma Hankin | Jennifer Hennessy as Charity Winkworth | Annabelle Apsion as Margaret Boden | Jim Cartwright as Peter the Landlord | Ben Batt as Alf Rutter | Charlie Concannon as Joe Allingham-Middleton
Director: Dominic Leclerc
Writer: Peter Moffat
Warning: The Village guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Family
Status: Returning Series
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: March 31, 2013
Episode Order: 6
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