The BBC’s epic new World War II drama World on Fire concluded in the UK tonight.
From the makers of Poldark, the seven-part series begins with the German invasion of Poland in September 1939 and ends with the Battle of Britain in 1940.
Here’s a plot recap for the seventh episode, which aired at 9pm on Sunday 10th November 2019:
Now part of the Special Operations Executive, Harry is about to embark on his first mission.
He’s stunned when Major Taylor tells him he must leave for Poland on a mission to intercept a resistance group who have been identified and targeted by the Nazis.
Meanwhile, in Warsaw Kasia is led to the gallows until a bomb explodes amongst the watching crowds.
Lois welcomes a baby daughter into the world, and it falls to Robina to break the news to Harry that he is now a father.
This spurs Harry to head to the Bennett House, where he is met by Douglas, who warns him to stay away.
Harry then heads to Poland, landing behind enemy lines.
Putting his language and military skills to the test, he meets with his Polish liaison. He’s led to a barn the network are using, and is at last reunited with Kasia.
Is this his chance to save his wife and bring her home to Manchester?