With a superb ensemble cast this is a hilarious and heart-warming comedy from Jennifer Saunders the writer and star of Absolutely Fabulous. The Women's Guild: its ideals are to promote truth justice tolerance and fellowship - or is it just an excuse for a good old gossip? Clatterford is a small town but big enough to have a good cross section of people local shops and a late night convenience store - a place which also has a thriving Women's Guild. When Sal's husband dies suddenly of a heart attack she is forced to give up her role as practice nurse at the local... surgery. Without a job and feeling very much alone Sal slowly realises that she needs the support of the Women's Guild as much as they need her so she decides to join them and give the Guild a try... [show more]
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JAM AND JERUSALEM is the hilarious yet poignant comedy series from the creator of ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS Set in the small town of Clatterford JAM AND JERUSALEM focuses on the Women's Guild; an organization that was established to promote qualities such as truth tolerance and justice but its members are far happier gossiping as recently widowed Sal is about to find out when she joins the group
Television comedy set in the small West Country village of Clatterford St. Mary. The series revolves around Sal (Sue Johnston), a local practice nurse. The surgery's indiscreet receptionist, Tip (Pauline McLynn), is also her best friend, and both are at the centre of community life. Despite this, Sal isn't a member of her local Women's Guild, but after the death of husband, the local GP, and the loss of her job, she soon joins. The chairman of the Women's Guild is Eileen Pike (Maggie Steed), who always wears her chains of office. Other members include lollipop lady Queenie (Doreen Mantle), elderly church organist Delilah Stagg (Joanna Lumley), wealthy Caroline (Jennifer Saunders) and Rosie (Dawn French), who has an alter ego called Margaret.