As part of this cultural activity the English Project saw a welcome opportunity to explore one of the most interesting varieties of English; that spoken (to some extent) by perhaps 300M people in India and its surrounding countries.
A population which dwarfs that of the UK and rivals the number of English speakers in the US.
They decide not to tell Meg that they suspect her husband was having an affair while staying at The Grand.
Harry falls for Meg but she decides to sell up and move away from the area.
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John Arthur [ John ], Graeme Green [ Roger ], Warren Armstrong [ Peter ], Walter Mc Monagle [ Mr Fowler ], Alan Granton [ Driver ], Terry Mason [ Workman ], John Sessions [ Barney Spitz ], Garry Roost [ Leslie ], Patrick Field [ Ralph ], Louise Papillon [ Doctor ], Roger Hume [ Percy ], Paul Mc Cleary [ Reporter ], Mark Audley [ Policeman ] Harry retires from the fire brigade and Ken is invalided out after his lungs are damaged while rescuing a boy from a fire. Ken buys a caravan, The Ponderosa, and tries to make a living as a market gardener.
Harry suggests that Ken should supplement his income by offering to do odd-jobs for people - he places an advert in the local paper.
The theme song for the series was "Thank You for Being a Friend," lyrics by Andrew Gold, music by George Aliceson Tipton and was sung by Cynthia Fee.
An anthology of ten scripts from the series was published as The Golden Girls Created by: Susan Harris, With an introduction and commentary by John Marriott (London, Boxtree, 1991, 237 pp.).