A heart-warming East-end family saga during the Second World War featuring the Potter family
Susan Dalton is from a respectable chapel-going Geordie family. Jack Potter is a cockney-sparrow whose mother and sister are famous mediums. For this unlikely couple, thrown together in Newcastle by World War II, their love will not only be a struggle against class and religious prejudice, but also with the practicalities and compromises of everyday life.
But at least Susan's Jack is down-to-earth and straight-as-a-die. Thank Heavens there's none of this spiritualist nonsense about her Jack . . .