Foyle's War: Season 2 (2003)


Season 2
Foyle's War

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Air date: Nov 16, 2003

September 1940: A bomb decimates Sam's boarding house and Foyle investigates the looting of some valuable items belonging to Sam's battle-axe landlady, Mrs Harrison. -- (C) PBS

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Air date: Nov 23, 2003

September 1940: When Foyle and Sam are shot at and almost run over by a speeding vehicle, they inadvertently uncover an illicit fuel racket. In an attempt to track down the culprits, Sam eagerly goes undercover at the local fuel depot run by Michael Bennett, using her mechanical training to pose as a newly recruited tanker driver. -- (C) PBS

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Air date: Aug 1, 2004

October 1940: When Foyle arrives at the ransacked country home of a wealthy industrialist, Sir Reginald Baker, at first it appears that this is just another case of domestic burglary -- though Foyle is not so sure. Then, Harry Markham, a member of the Home Guard, is shot and killed during a large-scale exercise on the Sussex Downs, where Foyle is acting as police referee. Is it simply a tragic accident? -- (C) PBS

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Air date: Dec 7, 2003

October 1940: In their efforts to find young Mathew Farley, who has disappeared, Milner and Sam interview a number of 'guests' from London, quietly sitting out the war up at Brookfield Court. -- (C) PBS

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Air date: Aug 1, 2004

Crime drama set during World War II. Michael Kitchen stars as Christopher Foyle, a police detective who finds that if anything crime on the streets of London has intensified during the outbreak of war. Each episode of Foyle's War mixes real-life warstories with tales of treachery. Foyle and his colleagues investigate sabotage, looting, stolen food, police brutality, treason, and murder.

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Air date: Aug 1, 2004

Conclusion. Foyle probes a burglary at the country home of a businessman who hadn't reported it, and the death of the same burglar during a war exercise in which he hadn't been taking part.

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Air date: Aug 8, 2004

Crime drama set during World War II. Michael Kitchen stars as Christopher Foyle, a police detective who finds that if anything crime on the streets of London has intensified during the outbreak of war. Each episode of Foyle's War mixes real-life warstories with tales of treachery. Foyle and his colleagues investigate sabotage, looting, stolen food, police brutality, treason, and murder.

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Air date: Aug 8, 2004

Conclusion. Foyle is accused of sedition and is suspended as the investigation of a man's death begins.

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Set in late 1940, the British mystery series' second season finds Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle (Michael Kitchen) investigating an apparent case of looting after a German bomb destroys the boarding house where Sam (Honeysuckle Weeks) lives. As if that's not enough, at the same time he looks into a possible suicide and a suspected German spy; and reunites, albeit under less-than-ideal circumstances, with an old flame. For her part, the suddenly homeless Sam accepts an offer from Milner (Anthony Howell) to bunk at his place, though the innocent arrangement turns awkward when Milner's wife, who had been away visiting relatives, unexpectedly returns home; and later goes undercover to help her boss investigate a bootleg fuel operation. Other cases involve suspected Nazi sympathizers; and claims that Foyle made seditious statements in a London bunker during an air raid.

Critic Reviews for Foyle's War Season 2

All Critics (1) | Top Critics (1)

We have seen what a diligent man is Foyle. Now the immensely pleasing Michael Kitchen returns to play him in the second series of Anthony Horowitz's exploration of life on the home front.

Feb 27, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Foyle's War: Season 2

  • Jun 23, 2020
    Great stories and acting. Absolutely love the characters.

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