A Place To Call Home: episode guide


Series 6

As the 1950s draw to a close in Inverness, the inhabitants of Ash Park each find a way to confront their fears and heal the damage within to finally reach their place to call home. For some, the challenge is to overcome the mental scarring from their war time experiences, for others, the damage has been done to them by fate, family, friends or foes. Hearts are on the line as courageous acts of transformation, love, sacrifice and kindness towards one another lead to an evolution to a better version of themselves. Outcomes almost impossible to fathom at the point their journeys began.

For Better or Worse

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Episode 6.01 (58)
Sun, August 19, 2018
Written by Bevan Lee
Directed by Jeremy Sims

April 1959. Sarah and George's wonderful news signals the beginning of a new era at Ash Park. A tragic accident befalls Roy and his family, leaving the town of Inverness in shock. James' return rattles Henry.

Starring: Marta Dusseldorp as Sarah Bligh, Noni Hazlehurst as Elizabeth Goddard, Brett Climo as George Bligh, Craig Hall as Jack Duncan, David Berry as James Bligh, Abby Earl as Anna Bligh, Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood as Olivia Bligh, Sara Wiseman as Carolyn Bligh, Tim Draxl as Henry Fox, Deborah Kennedy as Doris Collins, Dominic Allburn as Harry Polson, Frankie J. Holden as Roy Briggs

With: Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Clodagh Crowe as Dawn Briggs, Elliot Domoney as David Bligh, Jack Ellis as Stan O'Rourke, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Bronte Pearce as Poppy Jones, Amanda Marsden as Agatha

Salt of the Earth

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Episode 6.02
Sun, August 26, 2018
Written by Bevan Lee
Directed by Jeremy Sims

Sarah supports a heartbroken Roy in the aftermath of Dawn and the baby's death. Stan's harsh attack forces Elizabeth to question her place in the family. Roy leaves Inverness, and a split-second moment changes Henry's life forever.

With: Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Maya Stange as Delia Craig, Milly Adcock as Emma Carvolth, Elliot Domoney as David Bligh, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Jack Ellis as Stan O'Rourke, Nell Nakkan as Shelia O'Rourke, Angela Blake as Duty Nurse, Amanda Stephens-Lee as Headmistress, Rowan Chapman as Sergeant Norm Fraser

Note: Dawn's daughter, Emma, was played by Kiera Dzeparoski in series 4

Darkness and Light

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Episode 6.03
Sun, September 02, 2018
Written by Bevan Lee
Directed by Catherine Millar

Dawn's funeral brings healing for some, while the consequences of Henry's accident brings soul searching for others. Anna fights for the right to raise her child as an unmarried mother, without the stigma that Carolyn faced.

With: Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Heather Mitchell as Prudence Swanson, Maya Stange as Delia Craig, Alan Dukes as Reverend Curtis, Elliot Domoney as David Bligh, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Bronte Pearce as Poppy Jones, Milly Adcock as Emma Carvolth, Brendan Miles as Mr Forbes, Rowan Chapman as Sergeant Norm Fraser, Angela Blake as Duty Nurse, Jackie Murray as Delia Driving Double

Against The Tide

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Episode 6.04
Sun, September 09, 2018
Written by Bevan Lee
Directed by Catherine Millar

Will Sarah, George and Jack's investigation into Henry's accident lead to another tragedy?

With: Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Heather Mitchell as Prudence Swanson, Maya Stange as Delia Craig, David Whitney as Dr Henson, Jack Ellis as Stan O'Rourke, Bronte Pearce as Poppy Jones, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Jacqueline Marriott as Swanson Maid, Angela Blake as Duty Nurse, Hunter McMahon as Driver, Graeme Blacklaw as Goddard Gardener, Judd Wild as Stan Horse Riding Double

Look Not In My Eyes

Episode 6.05
Sun, September 16, 2018
Written by Bevan Lee
Directed by

Olivia faces losing Georgie to his birth mother. Jack's interview with a replacement surgeon brings more than he bargained for. Henry hits rock bottom.

With: Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Heather Mitchell as Prudence Swanson, Maya Stange as Delia Craig, Nicholas Bell as Neil Burton, David Whitney as Dr Henson, Laura Brogan Browne as Avril Newman, Beth Champion as Mrs Newman, Bronte Pearce as Poppy, Milly Adcock as Emma Carvolth, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Joel Spreadborough as Kev Bailey, Angela Blake as Duty Nurse, Jacqueline Marriott as Swanson Maid, Michael Duncan as Stunt Driver

Staring Down The Barrel

Episode 6.06
Sun, September 23, 2018
Written by Bevan Lee
Directed by

A near-fatal encounter with Stan brings Sarah's deepest fear to the surface. Elizabeth is challenged by Matthew's brutal assessment of her biggest flaw.

Starring: Marta Dusseldorp as Sarah Bligh, Noni Hazlehurst as Elizabeth Goddard, Brett Climo as George Bligh, Craig Hall as Jack Duncan, Abby Earl as Anna Bligh, Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood as Olivia Bligh, Sara Wiseman as Carolyn Bligh, Tim Draxl as Henry Fox, Deborah Kennedy as Doris Collins, Dominic Allburn as Harry Polson

With: Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Heather Mitchell as Prudence Swanson, Maya Stange as Delia Craig, Jack Ellis as Stan O'Rourke, Elliot DOmoney as David Bligh, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Bronte Pearce as Poppy, James Belfrage as Dr Bell, Angela Blake as Duty Nurse, Kathleen Kennedy as Doris Driving Double

Episodes 6.07 - 6.12