The greater Political emphasis begins to take over.
Martin watches in horror as the house, letter and poor Mrs Miller are destroyed in the explosion. At the inquest, Mrs Williams broadcasts that there were irregularities with the ship, not just a fishing trawler, but a ship spying on the USSR. An old journalist friend of Martin's confirms that story, highlighting the high tech equipment on the Caistor. Martin has made too many noises and drawn too much attention to himself, and Main orders him to be dealt with.
A drama that could have only been made during the eighties, it's still very enjoyable, slightly slower paced, it's becoming way more of a political drama. I've always thought that Peter Eyre stole this drama, and he's beginning to come into his own now.
Joey the dog wins no prizes for his acting, shocking how healthy that dog looked.
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