After being told it is dangerous for her to have more children, Lady Agnes joins her husband in entertaining American ambassador Kennedy and his family, along with charming Jewish self-made millionaire, Caspar Landry. Pritchard's pomposity forces Mrs Thackeray to resign and move in with relations, though they are unappreciative of her excessive cuisine, and she returns to Eaton Place. Mr Amanjit and Blanche combine to help in the organization of rescuing Jewish children from Germany, whilst Lady Persie, having seen its brutality first hand, ends her flirtation with Naziism and returns home. Written by
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Did You Know?
The German children's train has carriages in the two-tone, chocolate brown and cream livery of the Great Western Railway, yet Liverpool Street was a terminus of the London & North-Eastern Railway which had a one-tone teak livery for its carriages. See more
I Vow to Thee, My Country
Written by Gustav Holst
Performed by Nick Moss See more