This one's either going to be really easy or numbingly difficult.
What I am after is the title of a British series (or serial, it did have a continuous plot-thread) that was shown on either BBC or ITV (I tend toward the latter) in either the latter half of the 1960s or the very early 70s (before 1972 anyway, as I watched it here in Wales before I went to England for some years.).
It was set in a rural area, around and about a small village in England, in 'modern' time. Most of the characters were typical country people, but as far as I recall a central figure was the local vet, and another perhaps a teacher. It was as much based on the character interaction as anything else, though I do recall (and this is quite strange really) a thread in which one character (female vet?) contracted brucellosis. Which is not normally caught by our species and probably why I remember it.
I have a possibly misleading idea that Carolyn Seymour was in it as a discontened wife pining for the city.
Any help is good; I've been down all the usual avenues and found nothing over the last couple of days.
(The really annoying thing is that I have in the past tracked down this series, but since forgotten where!)
I had a feeling that 'Green' was in there somewhere but the 'Weaver's' bit was eluding me. I've just had a look at the castlist on IMDB and no Carolyn Seymour, so that must have been an hallucination (unless we're wrong about the title...). Anyway, given that I will research on a bit and see if I can find out who the person who I think is Carolyn Seymour actually is. Was. You know what I mean.
Thanks VERY much. I will make a proper note of this now. Otherwise I'll be asking this question again in a few years time.
It was Georgina Ward, just in case anyone cares. I think she must have had the same haircut as Carolyn Seymour at the time. Something like that anyway.
It's amazing how this stuff is filed away in one's brain, and then pops out unbidden. I spend more time remembering tv shows of the Fifties and Sixties than I do recalling what actually happened to me in 'real life' at the time. It's not that my 'real life' was particularly dull (it wasn't at all) but the tv stuff is much more interesting in retrospect. And, more importantly, sometimes you can find someone else who remembers it, which isn't the case about one's own life.
(I'm still trying to track down something I asked about ages back - a childrens drama set in Ancient Rome or Greece, involving someone known as The Fox.)