This unprecedented collaboration between the BBC and the Royal Navy gripped the nation with a fascinating insight into the lives of seamen on tour across the globe. From hot shot new Commander Glenn (Bryan Marshall) right down to the lower decks, the series follows the personal and professional lives of all the crewmembers as they sail across the world tackling dangerous sea-faring missions. Real Royal Marine Commandos mix with a cast that includes James Cosmo (Game of Thrones, Braveheart) and Andrew Burt (Emmerdale) as the series, shot on location aboard the HMS... Phoebe, blurs the lines between drama and documentary. Scottish Naval Officer and screenwriter Ian Mackintosh MBE teamed up with producer Anthony Coburn who wanted to create a series ‘that would do for the Navy what Z-Cars had done for the police.’ In this series the HMS Hero’s new captain is tested when he must navigate an Arctic ice field, Commander Glenn must choose between doing his duty or repaying a debt, Commander Nialls returns to the Hero and a court martial seems imminent when a cruiser suffers friendly fire from a naval jet. [show more]
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The second series of the 1970s drama, produced in collaboration with the Royal Navy, exploring the challenges faced by Royal Marines. Commander Nialls (Donald Burton) is the man at the helm of HMS Hero. With a crew that includes Lieutenant Commander Beaumont (David Savile) at his disposal, Nialls tackles a variety of problems at sea all around the world. The episodes are: 'The Raid', 'Without Just Cause', 'Who Runs Across the Sea', 'The Immortal Enemy', 'One of Those Days', 'The Man from the Sea', 'Nothing to Starboard', 'Distant Waters', 'Away Seaboat's Crew' and 'The Echo of Battle'.