A Place To Call Home: episode guide


The Anatomy Of His Passing

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Episode 5.07
Sun, November 19, 2017
Written by David Hannam
Directed by Jeremy Sims

One month later, in the midst of the family's grief, George must deal with a rabid Sir Richard keen on finding out George's decision regarding the upcoming federal election. Olivia returns home without James. Henry and George deal with the grief of rejection. Sarah realises Elizabeth's complicity in Douglas' death and counsels her with sage advice.

With: Robert Coleby as Douglas Goddard, Aaron Pedersen as Frank Gibbs, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Clodagh Crowe as Dawn Briggs, Elliot Domoney as David Bligh, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Lauren Richardson as Lynette, Gerald Edmonds as Gary, Peter Condon as Theo, Alan Dukes as Reverend Curtis, Chris Burke as Raymond Kilgour, Michael Yore as William Brackley, William Bird as Refuge Man #1, James Archer as Refuge Man #2, Christopher Brewin as Refuge Man #3, Carl Barnard as Refuge Man #4, Reinhard Stark as Refuge Man #5, Troy Murphie as Refuge Man #6, Daniel Street as Refuge Man #7, Guy Walton as Refuge Man #8, Christopher Jones as Refuge Man #9, Peter Grainger as Refuge Man #10

Cloud Break

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Episode 5.08
Sun, November 26, 2017
Written by Katherine Thomson
Directed by Jeremy Sims

James' refusal to return home, Douglas' death and the fracturing of the family have led to George questioning the value of trying to save Ash Park. Perhaps it would be easier to sell it off and walk away? Henry reels from the loss of James. Elizabeth buries herself in work at the refuge. The Inverness fete becomes a hotbed of tension, as Carolyn expresses her frustrations. The family convenes and agree to come up with a plan to wrestle control of Ash Park from Sir Richard. Elizabeth receives news of an extraordinary nature.

With: Aaron Pedersen as Frank Gibbs, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Clodagh Crowe as Dawn Briggs, Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Madeleine Clunies-Ross as Leah Gold, Clodagh Crowe as Dawn Briggs, Elliot Domoney as David Bligh, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Kate Fraser as Valda Fisher, Gerald Edmonds as Gary, Peter Condon as Theo, Eleni Schumacher as Mary, Caroline Kaspar as Miss Berry, Nick Wright as Fete Man, Flynn Rutty as Colin Barrett, Indigo Felton as Victor, Ed Keane as Toby, Karl Laskowski as Jazz Band Saxophone, Robert Woolf as Jazz Band Pianist, Ben Isackson as Jazz Band Drummer, Martin Farrugia as Jazz Band Trumpet, Timothy McArtney as Jazz Band Double Bass, Ben Toyer as Stunts, Georgie Blackwell as Stunts

Note: yes, Conrad Coleby is the son of Robert Coleby

All That Lies Ahead

Episode 5.09
Sun, December 03, 2017
Written by
Directed by

Elizabeth's cloud of grief begins to break. Jack is asked to assist in Sir Richard's downfall. Sarah still harbours doubts about Regina's motives for helping the family. Sir Richard pays Elizabeth a visit. His veiled threats send a tremor through the family.

With: Robert Coleby as Douglas Goddard, Aaron Pedersen as Frank Gibbs, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Madeleine Clunies-Ross as Leah Gold, George Pullar as Larry Grey, Clodagh Crowe as Dawn Briggs, Elliot Domoney as David Bligh, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Kate Fraser as Valda Fisher, Jack Ellis as Stan O'Rourke, Lauren Richardson as Lynette

Death Comes As An End

Episode 5.10
Sun, December 10, 2017
Written by Bevan Lee
Directed by Mark Joffe

Two weeks until the federal election and Jack embraces a rigorous campaign schedule. Sir Richard's suspicions of a subterfuge deepen. Elizabeth launches Douglas' veteran's fund to representatives of the Australian-Aboriginal Fellowship. With one deft strike, Sir Richard's destruction of Jack Duncan looks complete. A body is pulled from the river.

With: Aaron Pedersen as Frank Gibbs, Mark Lee as Sir Richard Bennett, Conrad Coleby as Matthew Goddard, Madeleine Clunies-Ross as Leah Gold, George Pullar as Larry Grey, Clodagh Crowe as Dawn Briggs, Elliot Domoney as David Bligh, Xavier Druery as Georgie Bligh, Kate Fraser as Valda Fisher, Jack Ellis as Stan O'Rourke, Lauren Richardson as Lynette, Rose-Mary Johnson as Harriet, Allister Chick as Phillip, David Woodland as Burly Man, Adam Frnaklin as Mate #1, Ben Shores as Mate #2, Darren Sander as Investigator, Flynn Rutty as Colin Barrett, Peter Wass as Solicitor, John Wynan as Businessman #1, Steven Riley as Businessman #2, Tim Parsons as Sir Richard Stunt Double, Paul Pedersen as Jack Stunt Double

Lie Deep

Episode 5.11
Sun, December 17, 2017
Written by
Directed by

Frank and Roy discover an inebriated Jack still suffering from Sir Richard's public humiliation of him. Henry and Sarah prepare for an autopsy, and Sarah begins to put the pieces of the puzzle together. Meanwhile, Anna and Henry find comfort in each other.

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