A Place to Call Home "Unforgettable"

(Rochester, NY) – Series two of Australian drama A Place To Call Home flashes forward to the year 2014, where a nearly 100-year-old Sarah Adams (Marta Dusseldorp) is telling her life story to a young woman who bears a strong family resemblance to Olivia Bligh (Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood). Her tale picks up the various storylines from Series one, including the truth about Sarah's involvement in the death of Bert Ford and her move into Ash Park. A Place to Call Home premieres Sunday, July 24, 2016 at 7pm on WXXI-TV. 

A Place To Call Home features these episodes:

"No Secrets, Ever" - Sunday, July 24
A seemingly typical morning at Ash Park is revealed to be something else entirely. Jack is furious at Carolyn for having kept secret the fact they have a daughter. She refuses to reveal the child's name, wanting to protect the current status quo. Increasingly upset and angry, Jack announces he's going to find out the identity of their daughter, no matter what.

"I Believe" - Sunday, July 31
In the aftermath of Bert's death and its subsequent cover-up, all those involved are struggling. While Sarah battles her own demons, she is well aware that Colin's suffering is tenfold. When Eve raises the idea of moving away from Inverness for a fresh start, Sarah is quick to support it. 

"A Kiss to Build a Dream On" - Sunday, August 7
On the eve of Sarah and George's engagement party at Ash Park, Sarah's Aunt Peg arrives for the event, full of wonder at how much Sarah's life has changed - it's like a fairy tale. 

"What Your Heart Says" - Sunday, August 14
At Sarah's insistence, George, Olivia and Sarah visit James, determined to assess the truth of his treatment. 

"The Ghosts of Christmas Past" - Sunday, August 21
As Christmas approaches, the inhabitants of Ash Park are haunted by memories of past Christmases, the repercussions continuing to cast a long shadow over the years.

"Auld Lang Syne" - Sunday, August 28
As a new year dawns, Sarah and George continue to grow closer, with George determined to put any residual issues about Sarah's past behind him.



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