This is a particularly wonderful story, the writing is incredibly intelligent, many have the opinion that life was all sunshine and roses for people after the war, when in reality it was a great struggle for many. Not many were aware of the plight of many Russians during the time, this gives a glimpse. We get to see the social change that came to Britain, with Labour replacing Churchill's government, and we also get a glimpse of the new feel of the show, the new espionage episodes.
The acting is flawless, the much missed Tim Piggot Smith is superb, his scenes throughout with Kitchen are marvellous, I also really liked the humour given by Linda Marlowe's thrifty hotel owner.
Plenty of action, some really gripping and exciting scenes, the show really did take on a new feel. Isn't it time Foyle made a long overdue return?
Quite brilliant 10/10