Five more episodes of the second BBC drama following women prisoners-of-war during the Second World War. In the first episode it is revealed that Joss is actually Lady Jocelyn and some old camp mates are brought back. In the second episode Christina hopes the guards will be distracted by the Emperor's birthday so that Rose can secretly meet Bernard, whilst in the third episode the camp suffers because of the failure of this rendezvous. Dorothy learns that her friend, Shinya, shot Rose in the fourth episode and, in the final episode Yamauchi collapses leading to Christina discovering a Red Cross letter about aid parcels.
Episodes 6 to 10 of the third series of 'Tenko', which follows the lives of a group of women in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. Many of the women in the group have now died and morale is low. Christina sees a disturbing document in Yamauchi's office and the women arm themselves in case of attack. This DVD also contains the 1950 Reunion.
The first five episodes of the BBC drama which follows the fortunes of a group of women held in a Japanese prison camp in the Second World War. The nightmare of capture shatters the peace of their normal life, but as the brutality begins to take its toll they find strength in each other.
The last five episodes of the first series of the BBC drama which follows the fortunes of a group of women held in a Japanese prison camp in the Second World War. As the months pass, the women inside the camp find their yearning for home and loved ones is becoming even stronger. Their struggle and pain creates strong bonds of friendship and bitter rivalries. However, some of the women are accused of collaborating with their captors, and new questions of survival arise - like how far will they go to stay alive? Even though rations of food and water are in short supply, the women are beginning to feel stronger, physically and mentally. Visions of escape begin to beckon, however, but vicious rumours begin to circulate and a long-awaited birth ends in tragedy. When the life of one of the women is at stake, the rest of the prisoners forget about the tension and bitterness that surfaced after the failed escape. A new, stronger community is born, and together they enjoy some songs and laughter in their Christmas celebrations, and pull together even more in the face of the long march to the new camp.