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Year: 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2010 | 2013 | 2015


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The German Woman

27 October 2002
The German wife of a rich and influential aristocrat exempted from wartime internment is found decapitated in the midst of anti-German feeling.
David Horovitch ... Thomas Kramer
Elizabeth Bell ... Elsie Kramer
Robert Pickavance ... Eric Stephens
Neil Conrich ... Policeman 1
Andrew Powell ... Official 1
Paul Putner ... Official 2

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Edward Fox ... Asst. Commissioner Summers
Benedict Sandiford ... Mark Andrews

Robert Hardy ... Henry Beaumont
Joanna Kanska ... Greta Beaumont

Rosamund Pike ... Sarah Beaumont

Dominic Mafham ... Michael Turner

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Robert Goodale ... Bob Keegan

Julian Ovenden ... Andrew Foyle

Philip Whitchurch ... Ian Judd
Nancy Lodder ... Tracey Stephens

James McAvoy ... Ray Pritchard

Tom Chadbon ... Dr. Julian Groves
Jonathan Hackett ... Doctor

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Sam Troughton ... Policeman 2

Nicholas Audsley ... (uncredited)
Cassian Horowitz ... William (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The White Feather

3 November 2002
With the English army trapped in France and a German invasion imminent, a Nazi sympathizer is murdered during a pro-Facist meeting at a country hotel.
Lisa Ellis ... Edith Johnstone

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Charles Dance ... Guy Spencer
Colin Tierney ... Alan Fleming

Andres Williams ... Isaac Woolton

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle
Michael Simkins ... Hugh Reid

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Maggie Steed ... Margaret Ellis

Paul Brooke ... Arthur Ellis
Rebekah Manning ... Dorothy

Patrick Godfrey ... Ernest Bannerman
Amanda Walker ... Lady Bannerman
Rebecca Charles ... Rosemary Harwood

Bernard Kay ... Robert Woolton

Tobias Menzies ... Stanley Ellis
Mali Harries ... Jane Milner
Richard Syms ... Vicar
Ian Hogg ... Ian Lane
Ed Waters ... David Lane
Fergus Webster ... PC Fisher
Harry Gostelow ... John Mowbray
Christopher Rickwood ... Pianist
Geoffrey Church ... Baddeley
Thomas Wheatley ... Lawson
Tim Delap ... Doctor
Paul Moody ... Officer

Season 1, Episode 3: A Lesson in Murder

10 November 2002
Foyle investigates the suicide of a pacifist and death threats to the judge who ruled against his conscientious objector status.

Nicholas Audsley ... David Beale
Madeleine Worrall ... Florence Beale

Oliver Ford Davies ... Lawrence Gascoigne
Ian Peck ... Policeman 1

Anthony Flanagan ... Policeman 2

Tony Maudsley ... Bill Ferris
Michael Simkins ... Hugh Reid

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

John Shrapnel ... Raymond Brooks

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Allan Corduner ... Carlo Lucciano

Danny Dyer ... Tony Lucciano
Gregg Prentice ... Joe Cooper

Sophia Myles ... Susan Gascoigne

Cheryl Campbell ... Emily Gascoigne
Christopher Fox ... Jack Winters

David Tennant ... Theo Howard

Elliot Cowan ... Peter Buckingham
Mali Harries ... Jane Milner
Ian Puleston-Davies ... Eric Cooper

Ken Drury ... Kenneth Hawkins

Season 1, Episode 4: Eagle Day

17 November 2002
Foyle investigates a man found with a knife in his stomach in a bombed out building while son Andrew gets involved in a top secret radar program.
Bill Thomas ... Willis
Katy Brittain ... Joyce Davies
Fergus Webster ... PC Fisher
Tom Bowles ... Graham Davies

Jamie Parker ... Bruce Leighton-Morris

Julian Ovenden ... Andrew Foyle

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner
Hugh Lloyd ... Frank Watson

Anthony Calf ... Martin Keller

Roger Allam ... Alastair Graeme
Louise Breckon-Richards ... Jane Holdsworth
Naomi Frederick ... Anne Roberts
Geoffrey Hutchings ... Harold Smith
Eileen Davies ... Enid Smith
Adam Kotz ... Henderson

Anton Lesser ... Austin Carmichael
Stephen Moore ... Iain Stewart
Ifan Huw Dafydd ... Creavey
Michael Simkins ... Hugh Reid
Jane Booker ... Elizabeth Graeme
Will Harrow ... Boy (as Joe Johnson)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Fifty Ships

16 November 2003
After Foyle is a guest at a friend's home at a dinner for an important American diplomat, a suicide victim and German agent both are discovered near the house.

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Rebecca Johnson ... Jenny Wentworth

Steven O'Donnell ... Henry Jamieson
Marlene Sidaway ... Mrs. Esther Harrison
Clive Merrison ... Dr. Alan Redmund
Paul Foster ... Colin Morton
John Rake ... Air Raid Warden

Bryan Dick ... Kenneth Hunter

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle
Nicholas Le Prevost ... Arthur Lewes

Amanda Root ... Elizabeth Lewes

Anthony Howell ... Sgt. Paul Milner

Sam Redford ... Tom Fairweather

Tim Treloar ... Bob Fraser
Tom Georgeson ... Richard Hunter
Kathryn Pogson ... Valery Hunter

Henry Goodman ... Howard Paige

Guy Henry ... John Bishop
Janine Duvitski ... Eve Redmond

Jonathan Coy ... Hans Maier
Geoffrey Freshwater ... Sergeant Rivers
Jack Chissick ... Jack Dunning

Richard Durden ... Letwin
Mali Harries ... Jane Milner
Geoffrey Chater ... Professor Phillips
John Rowe ... Commander Simmons

Season 2, Episode 2: Among the Few

23 November 2003
Sam volunteers to go undercover to discover how rationed gasoline is being stolen from a fuel depot, and Andrew becomes a suspect in a murder case.
Mark Umbers ... Rex Talbot

Julian Ovenden ... Andrew Foyle

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Edward Clayton ... Home Guard
Bill Davey ... Fred Pierce

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Simon Chandler ... Leonard Evans
Christopher Staines ... Douglas Wright

Lisa Kay ... Connie Dewar

Damian O'Hare ... Sean O'Halloran

Christina Cole ... Violet Davies
David Troughton ... Michael Bennett
Selina Cadell ... Pamela Bennett
Justin Salinger ... Frank Gannon
Sean Baker ... Carter
Martin Turner ... Wing Commander Turner
John Branwell ... Barman

David Ryall ... Dr. Henderson
Simon Cole ... Bomb Disposal Officer
Allistair Wyndham ... Wing Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: War Games

30 November 2003
When a British food corporation signs a secret agreement with the Nazis to provide essential food services to the enemy during wartime, murders result.
Ian Redford ... Sir Reginald Walker
Tim Preece ... Philby
Caroline Faber ... Agnes Browne

Laurence Fox ... Simon Walker

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Alan Howard ... Stephen Beck
Will Knightley ... Arthur Browne
Charlie G. Hawkins ... Brian (as Charlie Hawkins)

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Barney Clark ... Tim (as Barney Clarke)
Geoffrey Freshwater ... Sergeant Rivers

Emily Blunt ... Lucy Markham
Luke de Woolfson ... Harry Markham (as Luke De Woolfson)
Christopher Benjamin ... Brigadier Harcourt
Richard Wills-Cotton ... Captain Devlin
Sarah Winman ... Lady Alice Walker
Darren Tighe ... Clarke
Tom Fisher ... Connor
Ian Barritt ... Vicar
Ellie Haddington ... Hilda Pearce

Season 2, Episode 4: The Funk Hole

7 December 2003
Foyle's investigation of the death of a young black marketeer and stolen food is interrupted by his suspension on charges of sedition.

Andrew Lee Potts ... Dan Parker
Jonathan Moore ... Leonard Holmes

Tom Bennett ... Matthew Farley
Bill Moody ... Home Guard

Richard McCabe ... Colin Fowler
Susan Porrett ... Deidre Simms

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Annabelle Apsion ... Kate Farley
Adrian Lukis ... Blake Hardiman

Jonathan Tafler ... Max Joseph

Phoebe Nicholls ... Amanda Reece
Caroline Harker ... Jane Hardiman

Thom Fell ... Mark Wilson

Richard Hope ... Frank Vaudrey

Joanna David ... Wendy Powell
Michael Bertenshaw ... Malcolm Powell

Julian Ovenden ... Andrew Foyle

Corin Redgrave ... A.C.C. Rose

Nicholas Farrell ... James Collier

Mary Healey ... Edith Bradley
Jon Rake ... Warden (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The French Drop

24 October 2004
February 1941: Foyle again pursues a position that would allow him to contribute more to the war effort. But a local murder investigation sidetracks this endeavor as Foyle finds himself caught between rival spy organizations.

Jake Harders ... French Agent
Mark Berry ... William Messinger / Facteur

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle
Amanda Pointer ... Admiralty Receptionist

Samuel West ... Lt. Col. James Wintringham

Timothy Carlton ... Admiral James Francis

Ronald Pickup ... Sir Giles Messinger
Rupert Frazer ... Commander Charles Howard

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Brian Poyser ... Rev. Aubrey Stewart
Ellie Haddington ... Hilda Pierce
Dave Hill ... Jack Fenner

Anthony Howell ... Sergeant Paul Milner
Geoffrey Freshwater ... Sergeant Eric Rivers
John Grillo ... Watchmaker

Deborah Findlay ... Mrs Thorndyke / Evelyn Cresswell

Lydia Leonard ... Marion Greenwood
Angela Thorne ... Lady Anne Messinger

Goran Kostic ... Jan Komorowski
Markus Napier ... German SD Officer

Raymond Coulthard ... Mark Nicholson

Murray McArthur ... Guard at Hill House

Tony Haygarth ... Leo Maccoby
Paul Brennen ... Eric Stafford
Timothy Kightley ... Cooper (Publican)
William Scott-Masson ... Jacques Dumont

Season 3, Episode 2: Enemy Fire

31 October 2004
February 1941: When a local manor house is commandeered for use as a special burn unit for treating injured RAF pilots, Foyle is called in to investigate a series of strange accidents.

John Wood ... Sir Michael Waterford
Sandra Voe ... Mrs Roecastle

Bill Paterson ... Patrick Jamieson
Jonathan Slinger ... Dr. Brian Wrenn

Dearbhla Molloy ... Matron Grace Petrie
Peter Blythe ... Grp Cpt. Lawrence Smythe

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Julian Ovenden ... Andrew Foyle

Shaun Dooley ... Gordon Drake

Simon Woods ... Greville Woods
Geoffrey Freshwater ... Sergeant Rivers
Richard Huw ... Peter Preston

Anthony Howell ... Sergeant Paul Milner
Martin Turner ... Wing Commander Turner

Alexandra Moen ... Mary Wrenn

Jemma Powell ... Anne Bolton

John Lloyd Fillingham ... Johnny Bridges
Charlotte Emmerson ... Beryl Drake
Gareth Glen ... Aircraftsman
Duncan Clyde ... Aircraftsman (as Duncan Watkinson)
Richard Henders ... Patient as Jamieson
Bennet Thorpe ... Patient as Foyle
Colin Sell ... Pianist

Season 3, Episode 3: They Fought in the Fields

7 November 2004
April 1941: Foyle questions three Land Army girls about a murder that occurs on a Hastings farm.

Tom Frederic ... Sabartovski
Peter Stark ... Schimmel

Jack Gustav ... Kraus
Paula Jennings ... Rose Henshall
Jenny Platt ... Joan Dillon
Stella Gonet ... Barbara Hicks

Nigel Terry ... Hugh Jackson

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner
Michael Cronin ... Home Guard Captain
Trevor Cooper ... Curling
Gus Gallagher ... Soldier

James Wilby ... Major Cornwall

Joe Armstrong ... Tom Jackson

Anatole Taubman ... Raimund Weiser
June Barrie ... Ellen McGee
Marian McLoughlin ... Postmistress

Philip Martin Brown ... Andrew Neame

Season 3, Episode 4: A War of Nerves

14 November 2004
June 1941: A.C. Rose orders Foyle to delegate his investigation of black marketing ring and personally look into the possibly seditious acts of a Socialist activist.

Samuel Oatley ... Jack Archer
David Alexander ... Derek Woodgate
Eamon Geoghegan ... Publican

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Charles Pemberton ... Policeman

Corin Redgrave ... Asst. Commissioner Rose
Geoffrey Freshwater ... Sergeant Eric Rivers

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Anthony Howell ... Sergeant Paul Milner
Peter-Hugo Daly ... Kimble / William Mason
Dugald Bruce Lockhart ... Captain Ralph Hammond (as Dugald Bruce-Lockhart)
Fergus O'Donnell ... Ernest Jones
Tony Turner ... Warden

Peter Capaldi ... Raymond Carter

Valerie Edmond ... Lucinda Sheridan
Elodie Kendall ... Receptionist
Toni Palmer ... Brenda Wilson
Joanna Horton ... Gwen Rivers

David Westhead ... Mark Talbot
Matthew Flynn ... Peter Talbot

Helen Lindsay ... Magistrate
Lynda Rooke ... Joanne Mason
Angela Curran ... Nurse Jenny Wright

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Invasion

15 January 2006
American troops arrive in Britain and the Corps of Engineers building an airstrip on a Hastings farm is met with resentment.
Robert O'Sullivan ... Boy at Roadside
Jay Benedict ... Captain John Kieffer

Zoë Tapper ... Susan Davies

Philip Jackson ... Alan Carter
Andrew MacLachlan ... Dr Mark Rogers
Peter Jonfield ... Harold Grayson

Corey Johnson ... Sergeant Jack O'Connor

Jonah Lotan ... Joe Farnetti
Keith Barron ... David Barrett

Sam Hazeldine ... Will Grayson

Anthony Howell ... Sergeant Paul Milner
John McArdle ... Stan Davies
Jane Wood ... Mary Davies

Jay Simpson ... Sergeant Ian Brooke

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Peter Youngblood Hills ... James Taylor
Jacob Gaffney ... First GI
Brian Flaherty ... Second GI

Julian Ovenden ... Andrew Foyle (voice)

Tom Bennett ... Ben Barrett
Michael Parkhouse ... Jeremy Simms (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Bad Blood

22 January 2006
Foyle investigates the a mysterious disease affecting local farm animals and looks into the arrest of a pacifist accused of stabbing a war hero.
Peter Sandys-Clarke ... Mark Wilcox
Ben Meyjes ... Simon Higgins
Philip Franks ... Captain George Halliday

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Jonah Lotan ... Joe Farnetti

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Jay Simpson ... Sergeant Ian Brooke

Anthony Howell ... Sergeant Paul Milner
Caroline Martin ... Edith Ashford
Tom Harper ... Leonard Cartwright
Roy Marsden ... Ted Cartwright
Kenneth Colley ... Brian Jones
Gawn Grainger ... DCS David Fielding
Tim Delap ... Martin Ashford

Anthony Flanagan ... Tom Jenkins
Claire Cox ... Elsie Jenkins
Andrew Alston ... Doctor Brindley
Hugh Sachs ... Henry Styles
Robert McIntosh ... Home Guard
Rupert Young ... Armed Guard

Season 4, Episode 3: Bleak Midwinter

11 February 2007
The apparently accidental death of a young woman in a munitions factory becomes linked with the murder of Milner's estranged wife as he falls under suspicion,
Kate Ambler ... Grace Phillips
Gavin Brocker ... Harry Osborne
Ann Beach ... Hilda Greenwood
Sian Brooke ... Phyllis Law (in closing credits) (as Siân Brooke)

Ron Cook ... Eddie Baker
Caroline Martin ... Edith Ashford

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle
Michael Parkhouse ... Brian Tremayne

Alexander Perkins ... PC Peters

Jay Simpson ... Sgt Brooke

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Will Beer ... Eric Clayton

John Kane ... Neville Johnson
Mali Harries ... Jane Milner

Paul Jesson ... Godfrey Watson
Richard Syms ... Vicar
Liz Fraser ... Mollie Summersgill
John Nettleton ... Sam Bradshawe
Tony Turner ... ARP Warden Perkins
Henry William Galpin ... Munitions Worker (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Casualties of War

25 February 2007
Foyle has his hands full dealing with illegal gambling, sabotage, and his needy goddaughter who shows up on his doorstep with her traumatized son.

Gerard Kearns ... Frank Morgan

Harry Eden ... Terry Morgan

Stanley Townsend ... Jose De Perez

Kate Fleetwood ... Lydia Nicholson
Joshua Lewis ... James Nicholson

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle
Richard Clothier ... Captain Boothroyd

Dermot Crowley ... Henry Townsend
Søren Byder ... Hans Lindemann (as Soren Byder)
Abigail Cruttenden ... Evelyn Richards

Kevin Doyle ... Michael Richards

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Michael Jayston ... AC Henry Parkins

Jay Simpson ... Sgt Brooke

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Shane Attwooll ... Hendry
Nigel Harrison ... Riley
Roger Monk ... Howarth
Sam Beazley ... George Woodridge
Dominic Howell ... Nicholas
Stephanie Jacob ... Mother Superior

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Plan of Attack

6 January 2008
Milner is unhappy with his new DCS and has asked for a transfer, but after he is murdered, Foyle comes out of retirement to replace him.
Martin Hutson ... Henry Scott

Malcolm Sinclair ... Father Martin Keppler

Fiona Glascott ... Jane Hudson
Vince Leigh ... Adam Everitt

Julian Wadham ... W / Cmdr Stephen Foster
Sheila Ballantine ... Victoria Hammond

Nicholas Day ... DCS John Meredith

Jay Simpson ... Sgt Brooke

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Philip Fox ... Bill Burton

Robert Whitelock ... Richard Waterlow

Elizabeth McKechnie ... Joyce Meredith
Brian Poyser ... Rev Aubrey Stewart
Clifford Rose ... Bishop Francis Wood

Michael Jayston ... AC Henry Parkins

Season 5, Episode 2: Broken Souls

23 March 2008
Foyles hones in on two murders: an unpopular psychiatrist in a trauma facility and a low security German POW on work release to a local farm.

Joseph Mawle ... Fred Dawson

Jonathan Forbes ... Johann
Louis Nummy ... Daniel Dawson
Natasha Little ... Rose Dawson

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Nicholas Woodeson ... Josef Novak
Danny Worters ... Tommy Crooks

Jay Simpson ... Sgt Brooke

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Anthony Howell ... Paul Milner
Duncan Bell ... Iain Campbell
Alexander Gilmour ... Peter Phelps
Sally Leonard ... Joy Phelps

Phyllida Law ... Lady Muriel Sackville

Graham Crowden ... Sir John Sackville

Oliver Kieran-Jones ... Julian Worth
Roger Sloman ... Ernie Pond

Jesse Birdsall ... Morris Crooks
Murray Ewan ... Truck Driver
Kevin Hudson ... Orderly (uncredited)
Teresa Mahoney ... Matron (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: All Clear

24 March 2008
Foyle joins a municipal committee that's preparing for the now imminent V-E Day celebration but soon finds himself investigating the deaths of two of its members.
Jay Benedict ... Major John Kiefer
Joe Montana ... Colonel Steve Lukacks
Caroline Lintott ... Receptionist

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Mark Hadfield ... Spiv
Ian Hughes ... Ray Ingleton

Anthony Howell ... DS Milner
John Ramm ... Dr Henry Ziegler

Polly Maberly ... Edith Milner

Jay Simpson ... Sgt Brooke

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Martin Savage ... Mark Griffiths
Jamie de Courcey ... Pete Charman (as Jamie De Courcey)

Mark Bazeley ... Martin Longmate
Frances Grey ... Janice Hylton
Rowena Cooper ... Eunice Griffiths
Frank Mills ... Michael Brown
Carolyn Pickles ... Anne Calder

Paul Thornley ... Edward Hylton

Julian Ovenden ... Andrew Foyle
Charlie Clarke ... Kid
Richard Hodder ... Ambulance Man
Ellie Haddington ... Hilda Pierce
Jed Burns ... Paperboy

Greg Bennett ... Station Constable (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: The Russian House

11 April 2010
A Russian POW who fought for the Axis panicked that he may be repatriated back to Stalinist Russia and escapes in Brighton only to become a suspect in a local murder.
Sam Marks ... Anton Valyshkin

Marek Oravec ... Ivan Spiakov
Rob Heanley ... Army Sergeant
Giles Taylor ... Andrew Bennet

Tim Pigott-Smith ... Brigadier Timothy Wilson

Tom Goodman-Hill ... Maurice Jones
Valerie Minifie ... Woman

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Michael Elwyn ... Police Officer
Jon Glover ... Police Officer

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Dimitry Drannikov ... Nikolai Vladchenko
Christopher Good ... Sir Leonard Spencer-Jones

Anthony Howell ... DI Paul Milner

Polly Maberly ... Edith Milner

Tom Brooke ... Tom Bradley

Ryan Kiggell ... Joe Bradley
Jem Wall ... Police Sergeant
Fred Pearson ... Fisherman
Eleanor Bron ... Elsa Konstantin
Adam Englander ... Russian Agent

Marcel Iures ... Monsieur Duveen
Emil Hostina ... Alex Anokhov
Alister Cameron ... Walter Hardiman
Roger Swaine ... Vicar
Joseph Kloska ... DC Perkins
Linda Marlowe ... Edna Howard

Max Brown ... Adam Wainwright
Chris Sunley ... Ambulance Man

Ashley Horne ... Newsboy

Season 6, Episode 2: Killing Time

18 April 2010
A local girl, whose pre-War prizefighter boyfriend was a conscientious-objector, has a baby girl by a black American GI whom she wishes to marry.

John Sharian ... Sgt Calhoun
Obi Abili ... Gabe Kelly

Gary Carr ... Paul Jennings

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Nick Dunning ... Harry Delmont

Joseph Long ... Fred Stuart

Adam James ... Major Wesker
Andrew Hawkins ... Hawkins

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Max Brown ... Adam Wainwright

Charlotte Riley ... Mandy Dean

Zoe Telford ... Lucy Jones
Christopher Mellows ... Mr Duff

Nicholas Gleaves ... Larry Hains
Gillian Bevan ... Mrs Dean

Sam Spruell ... Tommy Duggan
Neil McCaul ... Jimmy

Nicholas Shaw ... DC Hadley

Trevor White ... George Hall
Victoria Lennox ... Mrs Phillips
Billy Burke ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: The Hide

25 April 2010
Foyle battles to save a young man accused of high treason from the executioner's noose in a case that will shatter his personal world to the core.

Andrew Scott ... James Devereaux
Richard Goulding ... Jack Stanford
Tim Van Eyken ... Singer

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart

Max Brown ... Adam Wainwright
Richard Braine ... Mr Harmworth
Rupert Frazer ... Commander Howard
Kirsty Besterman ... Caroline Devereaux
Will Keen ... Alan Deakin
Georgie Glen ... Mrs Ramsay

Anthony Howell ... DI Paul Milner
Joseph Kloska ... DC Perkins
David Yelland ... Sir Charles Devereaux
Anastasia Hille ... Jane Devereaux
Finn Bennett ... Young James Devereaux
Steven Pacey ... Michael Harrison
Robert Ashcroft ... Prison Warder
Maggie Service ... Sylvie Johnstone

Hugh Ross ... Richard Carstairs KC
David Baron ... Old Bailey Judge
Paul Webster ... Henry Blakesway
Leon Lissek ... Isaac Rothstein

Rik Makarem ... Simon Rothstein
Ian Bartholomew ... Dillon
Denyse Alexander ... Miss Longbridge

Dominic Jephcott ... Edward Brenner

Greg Bennett ... Station Constable (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... DCS Clark (uncredited)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: The Eternity Ring

24 March 2013
MI5 suspects British atomic research has been infiltrated, and ask Foyle to investigate whether a Russian spy network could be at work in the heart of London.
Ken Bones ... Max Hoffman
Stephen Boxer ... Professor Fraser
Kate Duchêne ... Helen Fraser (as Kate Duchene)

Patrick Joseph Byrnes ... American Scientist
Dylan Charles ... Aleksei Gorin
Tim McMullan ... Arthur Valentine
Joe Duttine ... Frank Shaw
Ellie Haddington ... Hilda Pierce

Nicholas Jones ... Sir William Chambers

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Sam Wainwright

Daniel Weyman ... Adam Wainwright
Jennifer Hennessy ... Ruth Shaw
Sam Clemmett ... Jack Shaw
Gyuri Sarossy ... Tomasz Debski
Steve Wilson ... Duty Police Officer
Nathan Gordon ... Marc Vlessing

Christopher Fulford ... Det. Supt. Cranborne

Anne Kent ... Woman on Stairs
Stephen Swift ... Radiation Soldier
Bush Moukarzel ... Soldier at Vlessing's
Peter O'Byrne ... Town Hall Official

Jeremy Swift ... Glenvil Harris
Philip Judge ... Cyril Conway

Gabrielle Lloyd ... Maureen Greenwood
Emma Lowe ... Jane Conway

Georg Nikoloff ... Russian Agent (as Georgi Nikoloff)

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle
Stuart Porteous ... Hitman (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: The Cage

31 March 2013
Foyle's investigation into the death of a nameless Russian leads to a mysterious military facility and the discovery that the victim was a spy with dangerous connections to British intelligence.
Laura Way ... Evelyn Greene (older)
Simon Coury ... George Greene

Norma Sheahan ... Nurse

Radoslaw Kaim ... Grigory Palenko (as Rad Kaim)

Rufus Wright ... Dr. Ian Ross

Rupert Vansittart ... Sir Alec Meyerson
Alexandra Clatworthy ... Charlotte
Ellie Haddington ... Hilda Pierce
Tim McMullan ... Arthur Valentine
Ross Armstrong ... Danny Wills

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Sam Wainwright

Daniel Weyman ... Adam Wainwright

Jeremy Swift ... Glenvil Harris
Ruth McCabe ... Mrs. Greene
Katherine Kanter ... Katrin
Thomas Padden ... DS Jones
Anne O'Neill ... Lady at Tea
Karl Shiels ... Man with Photographer

Donal Gallery ... Gate Guard at Barton Hall
Stephen Swift ... Soldier at Barton Hall

Tom Beard ... Captain McDonald

Jonathan Hyde ... Colonel Galt

Gerard Jordan ... Soldier in Barton Hall Basement
Lucy-Ann Holmes ... Evelyn Greene (younger)

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle

Season 7, Episode 3: Sunflower

7 April 2013
Foyle is drawn into the bizarre murder of an ex-Nazi defector and leading expert on Soviet intelligence who had been working for MI5.

Michael Kitchen ... Christopher Foyle
Lars Eidinger ... Karl Strasser
Jodie Hay ... Student
Charles Aitken ... Thomas Nelson

Rupert Vansittart ... Sir Alec Meyerson

Daniel Weyman ... Adam Wainwright
Mary Sheen ... Mrs. Jones

Jeremy Swift ... Glenvil Harris

Andrew Tiernan ... Geoffrey Helliwell

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Samantha Stewart
Jimmy MacDermott ... Dr. Phillips

Tamzin Outhwaite ... Brenda Stevens
David Hounslow ... Parry-Jones

Richard Dillane ... Charles Roper
Tim McMullan ... Arthur Valentine
Emma Colohan ... Miss Watkins
Robert Donnelly ... Simmonds

Daniel Hill ... Headmaster Donald Preston
Alexandra Clatworthy ... Charlotte

Colin Stinton ... Lt Colonel Hoyt Jackson
William Armstrong ... Ray Donovan
Ellie Haddington ... Hilda Pierce
Radeck Belchnerowski ... Tchorek

Fiona Button ... Mary Nelson

David Ryan ... Mr. Cranston
Paul Benzing ... George Gibson

Mark Huberman ... MI5 Guard
Andrew Bennett ... Dr. Trevelyan
Karl Shiels ... American Major

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: High Castle

4 January 2015
Foyle is drawn into the world of corrupt Nazi businessmen when a University Professor is found brutally murdered in a London park.

Season 8, Episode 2: Trespass

11 January 2015
Tasked with ensuring security at a high-level Palestinian conference, with signs that a plot to bomb the conference maybe underway, Foyle faces a race against time to uncover the truth.

Season 8, Episode 3: Elise

18 January 2015
When Hilda Pierce is nearly killed in an attempted assassination, Foyle must re-examine her top secret role during the war to find out if there was a traitor at the heart of SOE.

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