Beneath the placid facade of Canberra, amidst rising tension between China and America, senior political journalist Harriet Dunkley uncovers a secret city of interlocked conspiracies, putting innocent lives in danger including her own.
Feef Symonds is a young British training to become a spy oversees when the WWII ends and her aspiration of living an exciting life full of purpose ends. She is then approached by her American lover, who is working for the American intelligence. He recruits her to Work fo the Americans as she becomes a civil servant secertary in order to find Russian moles, which they believe infiltrated the British govermemt. Pressure rapidly grows as alliences are tested and she learns that in the spying game you cannot really trust anyone.Written by
Completely destroyed by bombing in May 1941, the House of Commons at the Palace of Westminster was not used again until rebuilding was completed in 1950. The Commons used the House of Lords chamber instead, so the parliamentary scenes should show red seating, not green. See more »
A series everyone should watch, no matter their age.
The characters may not be real but the story facts are. If you research the history of post war England, you will better understand it. This is not different than todays political climate. This is the first episode and I can see the character build up. It is going to be a very touchy, political series and I suppose people who do like this series care about how the current political world evolved and is going. The world today is in political disarray and due to many developments and leaders, especially with Trump being the President of a sliding nation. If you wasn't impressed with the first episode, hang in there, things will become more clear.
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