Drama. Freddie gets an opportunity to quiz Adam Le Ray on his relationship with Ruth. Meanwhile at the office suspicion about Tom Kish is mounting and Isaac is on the case. Show more
Drama. The war in Suez has the country divided and McCain steps up his pressure on The Hour to toe a pro-government line. Show more
Drama. There are tensions for all as they prepare to defy government instruction and deliver a controversial episode on the crisis in Suez. Freddie learns what happened to Ruth. Show more
Drama. In 1956, two BBC reporters, Bel Rowley and Freddie Lyon, apply to join an ambitious new current affairs programme. A chance meeting involves Freddie in a dark conspiracy. Show more
Drama. As The Hour struggles with poor ratings, Bel pins her hopes on an interview with an Egyptian diplomat over the Suez crisis. Meanwhile Freddie discovers a mysterious code. Show more
Unwilling to hear the truth about her father, Donna hides his scans until she can get a second opinion. Chrissie struggles to hide her feelings for Oliver. Show more
When the body of a policewoman missing for a year is pulled from the Thames, Boyd and the team discover that she was being followed by two stalkers.
The team tracks down Debbie's married lover, but he denies killing her. Meanwhile, stalker Chris Redford is ready to confess, but Grace is not convinced he's the guilty man.
In Elizabethan England, William Shakespeare is under the control of witch-like creatures.