Opening three episodes of the wartime drama series. In 'Dead Man's Shoes', royal engineer officer Brian Ash (Anthony Andrews) finds himself posted to the newly formed Bomb Disposal Company in the wake of the Blitz. 'Unsung Heroes' sees Ash learning the hard way that there are some wartime rules one simply doesn't break. In 'Just Like a Woman', the company experience the tragedy of war first hand.
Three more episodes of the wartime drama. In 'Cast Iron Killer', Lieutenant Brian Ash (Anthony Andrews) and his bomb disposal squad are used to test a new anti-booby trap device. 'The Quiet Weekend' sees Brian's relationship with Susan continuing to develop, despite the unexpected return of her husband. In 'The Silver Lining', 347 Section are forced to tackle a bomb which it is said cannot be defused.
Three more episodes of the wartime drama starring Anthony Andrews. In 'Digging Out' the team desperately try to rescue a woman trapped in rubble and lying next to a ticking bomb. In 'Bad Company' the stress of the job is getting to the team. Finally '17 Seconds to Glory' Ash helps the Navy defuse a land-mine that gives a man only 17 seconds to get as far away as possible. Meanwhile Susan leaves him just after accepting his proposal of marriage.
The final four episodes of the wartime drama starring Anthony Andrews. 'Butterfly Winter' sees the team having to locate and diffuse a cluster of butterfly bombs. 'Dead Letter' sees Ash running across Susan after 14 months, 'The Pier' sees the team re-locate to the coast to clear the beaches and Susan once again accepts Ash's proposal of marriage. Finally 'With Love From Adolf Ash is injured in an explosion and fears returning to the job'.