Season 32, Episode 13 Foyle's War: Eagle Day
First Aired: February 23, 2003
The series of “Foyle's War” mysteries concludes with “Eagle Day.” A German bombing raid destroys a Hastings house, but a man found dead in the rubble has a knife in his chest, so Foyle (Michael Kitchen) is called in to investigate. Meanwhile, the RAF has sent Foyle's son Andrew (Julian Ovenden) back to Hastings. “Some sort of cloak and dagger show,” he tells his father. It turns out to involve radar. And Foyle is disturbed at the prospect of losing his driver Sam (Honeysuckle Weeks), whose father is demanding that she return home.
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- Premiered: January 10, 1971
- Rating: TV-PG
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