Set against a backdrop of World War II, Silver's Ghost tells the story of Silver Brizeley-Lemington and her fiance, Jack.
"If you make a difference for people after you, even if you die, people remember that. You might save a life, or defend someone you love, and when they remember what you did, they remember you. And if they remember you, you've not really gone."
Set entirely in the grand hallway of a stately home, this ghost story begins in the late summer of 1939 when the storm clouds of war are gathering.
The timeless and enduring love between the two young leads is contrasted with a burgeoning romance, as it charts the efforts which Mrs Grimshaw, the grumpy hypochondriacal housekeeper, makes to deter the romantic advances of Cedric Perkins, the irrepressible local postman.
"Don't you petal me, I'm not in the mood."
Music by Bob Good, dialogue by Christina Buchanan, and additional material by Pete Knott and David Burton.