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Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Benjamin Winspear, Jenni Baird, Deborah Kennedy, Sara Wiseman, Noni Hazlehurst, Brett Climo, David Berry, Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood, Abby Earl, Aldo Mignone, Marta Dusseldorp, Craig Hall, Frankie J. Holden Genre:Drama Channel:Showcase (AU) Status:Continuing
A Place To Call Home season 1 episodes list:
Returning to Sydney after twenty years in Europe, nurse Sarah Adams becomes entangled in the lives of wealthy Australian pastoralist family, the Blighs.
Anna is thrown from her horse. Whilst Anna is okay, the horse is not – and Sarah is forced to put the stallion down.
James hides in a lie, blaming the suicide attempt on unrequited love for an unsuitable woman in England.
Jack and Sarah discover that Bill Gregory, a former army mate of Jack’s, has hanged himself in his kitchen.
The holiest day in the Jewish calendar, Yom Kippur, is fast approaching. It’s a time for Sarah to reflect on her conduct - to repent her own failings and forgive others for theirs.
Anna and Gino’s romance continues to blossom prompting him to propose.
Anna asks her Aunt Carolyn for help in procuring contraception for her and Gino.
Elizabeth is rushed to hospital where Jack confirms she has suffered a heart attack. Jack tenderly looks after Elizabeth as she recovers. Heavily sedated and rambling, Elizabeth comes close to revealing a secret of her past. Elizabeth's frail health sees Anna and Gino decide to postpone telling their families about their relationship, but when Carla finds Anna's contraception hidden in her room, she becomes suspicious and confronts Gino.
Sarah and George begin a secret affair and start meeting at the cottage for their romantic trysts. Anna attempts to subtly push her father towards Sarah, hoping that if she can get them together then he will be more open to learning about her relationship with Gino, but she is frustrated by the arrival of her aunt Regina.
On the eve of Remembrance Day, George is asked to host a Japanese trade delegation. Knowing how the community will feel, George asks Jack to come to the reception in the hope that the approval of a former Japanese POW might help deal with any ill feeling, but Elizabeth is concerned about Jack's ability to handle the situation.
Newly discharged from hospital, Elizabeth is unimpressed by the proprietorial way Regina is behaving towards George and asks her to leave. With tension in the house and James's secretly growing feelings for Harry, Olivia and James agree that the best chance for their family lies in the city. After learning about his affair with Sarah, Elizabeth demands George end it, but he refuses. Meanwhile, Anna tells Gino she is expecting.
George is delighted when Sarah agrees to marry him, but when Elizabeth discovers her threat to disinherit George has backfired, she resolves to take a different approach. Meanwhile, Anna encounters complications with her pregnancy.
James sees a psychiatrist who agrees to treat his sexuality, but James and Olivia's hopes of a brighter future are challenged when George arrives and confronts his son. Anna is relieved when Gino believes that she miscarried and they decide to tell their families of their intention to marry. Elizabeth's spirits are buoyed by Regina's seizure of Sarah's job application records, knowing they will help Regina dig up the skeletons of Sarah's past in Europe. But a bigger shock is in store for everyone when a dead body floats on the surface of the river near Ash Park. But who is it?