Monday, 31 July 1972

Episode 2.7: In Common Cause

Writer: Michael J. Bird


OPENING SCENE


Arthur and Brother Amlodd are in a field, looking at a dead bull.

Arthur: The same?

Amlodd: No bear or wolf brought this beast down. Nor spear, neither.

Arthur: It was no hearsay, then, Brother Amlodd. The Saxon animals are dying of a pestilence.

Amlodd: They are. That pleases you?

Arthur: With cause. Our enemy’s sheep and cattle are struck down. Men with empty bellies have little heart for war.

Amlodd: Well, the pestilence does not choose between Saxon and Celt. And you also have bellies to fill.

Arthur bites his lip thoughtfully.

[OPENING CREDITS]


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