Spellings of names in these cases is sometimes uncertain! All the Factfiile notes are drawn from what was actually shown on the screen – additional or contradictory material from the novelisations (etc.) is not included. carried dates for some of the episodes in this season – most of these were demonstrably wrong!All timings are from the UK DVDs of the show as released by Network – these will vary slightly on other releases of the show (e.g. Please see the Factfiles for, I hope, correct dating.deals with the years of the Great War, 1914-18, and is usually singled out as the strongest of the five series.This series is more "soap" oriented than previously and ideally requires viewers to have seen the previous episodes in the season.Writer: Rosemary Anne Sisson Designer: Roger Hall Director: Derek Bennett Regular cast: Hudson, Mrs Bridges, Rose, Richard Bellamy, Hazel Bellamy, Lady Prudence Fairfax, Lady Berkhamstead, Georgina Worsley, Edward, Daisy, Ruby Guest cast: Elma Soiron (Madame Huguot), Karen Glaser (Madame Chargon), Cyril Cross (Monsieur Chargon), Lala Lloyd (Mrs Hollins/Refugee Organiser), Ian Hoare (Jean-Paul), Lisa Moss (Celestine) James returns to 165 on leave from the front.
Grateful thanks are due to John Iodice – all of the synopses have been supplied by him and are used with permission.In addition to the listed writer/s, it should be assumed that the script editor, Alfred Shaughnessy, also had story input into each episode to a greater or lesser extent.Shaughnessy's own scripts were edited by John Hawkesworth, the producer.He is baffled at this news and goes to see his regimental colonel who is furious that strings have been pulled from on high in this way to benefit James.It appears that Sir Geoffrey, General Nesfield and Richard have leaked James' criticisms to the press to try to discredit Asquith's Liberal government and force a coalition with the Conservatives.