A diabetic disappears; Megan accepts David's marriage proposal.
Bryn runs away from his new home.
Megan and David save an injured football player.
Hugh Morris dies; Megan must find a home for Bryn; a disaster occurs at the mine.
Megan asks for Nesta Mogg's help in clearing up a baby's rash.
Megan persuades an actor to return to town; Hugh and Bryn are evicted.
An Irish actor impregnates two young girls.
A dying man requests one last kiss; Megan wants to open a mothers-to-be clinic.
Megan cares for Davies; Dr. Barclay pronounces a miner unfit for work.
A young doctor relieves O'Casey of his duties; David becomes jealous.
Bryn is accused of starting the fire at the school; Dr. O'Casey is bed-ridden.
David speaks out for miners' rights; fire rips through the school.
Children are involved in a serious bus accident; Megan leaves town.
A mine manager attempts to blackmail Megan.
David reveals feelings for Megan.
Megan decides to quit.
Nesta Mogg is accused of killing a young girl; complaints plague Megan.
Megan has a confrontation with O'Casey; a girl seeks Megan's help.
Megan saves Bryn's father; a woman has a complicated birth.
Megan is attacked in the street; Bryn's father nears death.
Head lice plague the school children; Megan catches David teaching a boy how to fight.
A tyrant farmer gives Megan a puppy; Megan battles the water authority.
Megan traces the source of the water-carried epidemic.
Megan believes something in the water supply may be causing an epidemic.
Megan uncovers the truth when the Medical Council suspends James for allegedly giving morphine to a patient dying of cancer.
Megan faces hostility, from one family in particular, when she starts a campaign to educate the people of Glanmor on contraception.
Townspeople blame a group of itinerant campers' dogs for a rabies outbreak; a diabetic hides with his dog, but forgets his insulin.
Ruth recovers from her operation, but must face the loss of her friend, Billy; Megan treats a man with an embarrassing problem.
Megan and the doctors use common sense to handle political, emotional and medical crises created by an accident at a local gold mine.
Megan helps a neurotic student whose troubles stem from an incestuous relationship, and discovers the culprit in an outbreak of itching.
Ruth needs an operation to cure her epilepsy; Megan's patient tries to abort her baby; Megan is offered a job as district nurse.
Megan meets two young men friends of her patient, Carys, and manages to bathe a pugnacious man and reunite him with an estranged son.
A child contracts meningitis; the local hospital offers Megan permanent work; Megan uses placebos to cure a private patient.
Megan's patient has a mysterious illness; Megan removes epileptic Ruth from the institution and decides to stay on in Glanmor.
An irate orchestra member bites the conductor's ear off, interrupting the tea following Betsan's funeral; Megan takes private patients.
Megan Roberts (Nerys Hughes) arrives at Glanmor, where she encounters a family suffering from carrotanaemia and learns her cousin died.