The war is nearly over, but Fleming is convinced the Nazis are hiding nuclear plans and that the British need to find them before the Russians. Finally, Fleming is granted permission to go to Germany to attempt to retrieve the plans. He succeeds in tracking down the documents, but comes face to face with The Werewolves (renegade German soldiers who will die before giving up the cause). Back in London, celebrations are underway, but the arrival of peace also means wartime relationships will have to be reassessed. Will Fleming and Ann finally find a way to be together? Moreover, with the war in its final throes, Fleming's days in Naval Intelligence are numbered - what other ways will he find to channel his ingenuity and imagination?
Did You Know?
In the last scene of this episode the book on the table is "Field Guide of Birds of the West Indies", written in 1936 by the real James Bond (1900-1989), an American ornithologist. Fleming was a keen bird watcher and familiar with the book. He used Bond's name with his permission. See more
The story is still in the 1940's but in the soundtrack one can hear "Aquellos Ojos Verdes", recorded in Rio de Janeiro, at the Odeon-EMI studios, in 1959. See more
Do you remember that game we used to play at school? We'd mix up each other's first and last names to create something new.
I thought I'd take a couple of boys from my house. James Aitken and Harry Bond.
So, he'll be called...
I've Heard That Song Before
Written by Jule Styne
and Sammy Cahn
Performed by Tom Whitecross See more