Monique (Angela Richards) and Madeleine (Hazel McBride) must make important decisions as World War II ends.
Hans fights in the Arnhem parachute bridgehead, while Monique and Kessler are given opportunities to start over.
Lifeline members face terror when Monique (Angela Richards) and Kessler (Clifford Rose) mysteriously disappear.
The Allies, still outside Brussels, are the only hope for Albert when the Communists accuse him of collaboration.
Albert sits helplessly in prison as the Allies enter Belgium and Lifeline awaits reprisal for their actions.
Bradley uses his private army of evaders to act in the matter of the V-2 weapons.
Bradley makes a serious mistake after a shipment of rocket parts puts Lifeline in danger of sabotage by the Germans.
Lifeline's members contract a horrible, life-threatening illness that endangers the operation's very existence.
Monique (Angela Richards) takes control of Lifeline when Albert (Bernard Hepton) is jailed, and confronts a two-time evader.
Lifeline prepares to fight back at the restaurant when the Communists take revenge for Max's death.
The security of Lifeline and safety of the Chantal sisters is endangered when the operation's principal haven is discovered.
Albert must reconsider his strategy as enemies seek retribution for Max's death and Brandt's replacement arrives.
A Belgian pilot endangers his own people and Lifeline when he seeks revenge on the Gestapo for his brother's death.
Albert (Bernard Hepton) transports a German with special knowledge to England and arranges for Max's destruction.
Communist Max Brocard (Stephen Yardley) exposes his true allegiance by causing a death within Lifeline.
Lifeline must pay children to speak with Lifeline's seriously wounded evader on the feast of St. Nicholas.
Versatile Cmdr. Kelso reluctantly disguises himself as an elderly woman to complete an assignment.
The group risks heavy losses when it targets Berlin, and fliers shot down and captured by Germans may lose their lives.
Two U.S. citizens take hostages to ensure their escape, including -- unbeknown to them -- the chief of the Gestapo in Brussels.
Lifeline must discover which person in their recent group of 19 escapees is a German infiltrator.
London's experienced officer sent to help with the new situation instead makes a deal with the Germans.
The Germans receive a tip about one of Lifeline's helpers, but Barsacq's blindness complicates matters.
The authorities try to contact hospitalized Monique's (Angela Richards) relatives when she is shot in France.
Lifeline arranges the escape of a seriously wounded Pole with extensive secret knowledge of German experimental weapons.
The latest arrivals at the restaurant are Russians who walked across Germany and speak only their native language.
Lifeline is ordered to prevent the interrogation of a senior army officer with extensive knowledge of a Middle East offensive.
Curtis escapes to Switzerland while on a day excursion with the local Hitler Youth.
Curtis (Christopher Neame) is arrested on a murder charge, but the enemy cannot find enough evidence to hold him.
Maj. Kessler (Clifford Rose) stages a living Passion play when a monk offers assistance to an escapee.
Maj. Brandt (Michael Culver) frees an elderly woman from a Gestapo plot in order to capture people he is pursuing.
Yvette, and a mysterious second person, do not want to rescue a minister of the puppet government.
Albert later learns that while dealing with an infiltrator, he shot his mistress's lover.
A young airman tells Lifeline a detailed but false story about his official background.
Yvette (Jan Francis) is arrested and later rescued; Yvette's uncle sacrifices his life to save his friends.
Curtis (Christopher Neame), carefully watched by Lifeline, becomes the executioner in an act of retribution.
A British expatriate's concern for his own safety leads to one man's capture and another man's death.
A young boy who helps a British flier in trouble is unwittingly responsible for his own mother's death.
Curtis diverts German suspicion from the Cafe Candide when an escapee prefers Switzerland to England.
Maj. Brandt (Michael Culver) discovers the truth, and only a French policeman's patriotism saves Yvette (Jan Francis).
Curtis (Christopher Neame) forces Yvette (Jan Francis) to pay a debt, but she is too late to save a Jewish family.
A Royal Air Force NCO's suspect must be eliminated when his sensitivity endangers the escape route.
John (Christopher Neame) contacts Yvette (Jan Francis) after Maj. Kessler (Clifford Rose) arrives in Brussels.