August 1940: During the blitz, a man is found in his bombed-out house, stabbed in the chest. The man was a lorry driver who was transporting works of art to Wales for safekeeping. Foyle suspects that the man's job and the art work are somehow related to his death. Foyle's son Andrew, an RAF pilot, stops in en route to his first operational assignment. Disappointed at not being assigned to a squadron, he finds that he is to assist in the development of a new technology - radar. Things get dicey when Andrew is accused of giving information to the enemy. Sam receives a visits from her clergyman father who insists that she pack it in and return home. Written by
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Bawdsey Manor, used as a filming location for the radar testing that Andrew Foyle takes part in, was the birthplace of Britain's radar defence network. See more
Andrew Foyle takes off in a late war grey/green Spitfire, yet is next seen flying a dark earth/green plane. Then in the rest of the episode the late war Spit is back. See more
Wing Commander Martin Keller
I was simply doing what I thought was best for the war!
DCS Christopher Foyle
I'm sure a great many Nazi's will be saying the same thing when this war is over.
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