Home Fires (2016): S02E04


Introduction

Home Fires is a British period television drama about the life of Women’s Institute members on the Home Front during the Second World War.

Set in a rural Cheshire community called Great Paxford, the series is produced by ITV, and launched its first series in May 2015. The first series is set between September 1939 and early 1940.

Outline

24 July 1940.

Frances has big plans for the factory now being in charge of the factory and decides that she can upgrade the working life, yet Frances also reveals to Sarah she has plans to rid herself of the 20% shareholder’s threat. Can Teresa change? This is what she asks of herself when she is asked on a date. Alison worries that her involvement with the Lyons could have dangerous consequences beyond just damaging her relationship with Frances. Marek and Pat meet and are clearly inseparable, but they are seen. David Brindsley is now home, but they discover that his injuries are more than on the surface. The Campbells receive good news for a change, which prompts Laura to volunteer for the ROC. Also a first aid training meeting is held in the village. Frances makes the decision to attempt to buy out Mr Lakin, and accidentally sees Noah while at the house. This causes friction between Frances and Sarah as while talking she blames Noah for all that has happened. Will Frances be able to sway Mr Lakin?

Home Fires Series

You can find a full index and overview of Home Fires here.

Production & Filming Details

  • Release Date: 24 April 2016.
  • Running Time: 44-46 minutes.
  • Rating: 12.
  • Country: UK.
  • Language: English.

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