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The British TV show Home Fires involves the different lives of members involved in The Women's Institute. This show takes place in Great Paxford during World War Two. The Women's Institute becomes reorganized in order to make this type of committee more personal, and in a more carefree environment for the members. When the war appears close to Great Britain, The Women's Institute starts putting a stop on available fruit by producing jam. Once the war is officially announced in Great Britain, a debate starts as to which men will enlist to go off to war. Some men are too ill to enlist while others dismiss their duties.

The Women's Institute become more supportive of the war effort by using unused land for the production of food. When the war on Great Britain is definite, the Women's Institute make a decision to put a "community air raid shelter" into place for those left in the community, in order to stay safe if there is any type of attack. The Women's Institute members deal with normal family problems such as keeping their family together, keeping their farm land, and dealing with others that decide to leave the area.

Home Fires is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on October 4, 2015.

Home Fires is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Home Fires on demand atAmazon Prime, Amazon, PBS, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

2 Seasons, 12 Episodes
October 4, 2015
Drama, History
Cast: Clare Calbraith, Brian Fletcher, Samantha Bond, Ruth Gemmell
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Home Fires Full Episode Guide

  • There's cause for joy in the village as everyone prepares for Nick and Teresa's wedding. Pat has a big decision to make, but as the country cheers the successes of the Battle of Britain, there's one more twist of fate in store.

  • It's harvest time, and Steph struggles with the work required, but time is running out to meet the quota required, and she risks losing the farm. Sarah finds herself in a dangerous situation, while Teresa has a big decision to make. Meanwhile, a newcomer to the village causes tension between Sarah and Frances, but there are more welcome visitors for Joyce and the Brindsleys. When Alison discovers the real reason behind the parachute accidents, she makes the horrifying connection to the factory-but can she warn Frances before it's too late?

  • Teresa is asked on a date, but can she throw off her old life so easily? Alison worries that her involvement with the Lyons could have dangerous consequences beyond just damaging her relationship with Frances. Pat and Marek reconcile, but when someone else sees them together, their relationship is in even more danger than before. The Brindsleys' happiness at David's return is marred when the long-term impact of his injuries becomes apparent. Meanwhile, there's joyful news in the Campbell house, which spurs Laura into action, and Joyce unexpectedly joins forces with Erica to organize a first aid meeting for the village.

  • As the Battle of Britain intensifies, the women must do all they can to keep spirits high. At a dance organized by the Czech soldiers, Joyce gives Sarah some unwelcome advice, and the stakes are raised for Pat when someone discovers her relationship with Marek. Frances learns that there is much more to Peter's affair than she realized, while Alison is forced to choose between her loyalty to Frances and her secret work for the police. Steph is increasingly concerned by Stan's behavior on the farm, worried it's having an unwelcome effect on Little Stan. Meanwhile, the Brindsleys receive some wonderful news.

  • News of the Bowers' divorce hits the papers and Laura's disgrace becomes public, which has grave consequences for her friendship with Tom, and the future of the surgery. With Bob back and injured in hospital, the attraction between Pat and Marek is thrown into sharp relief, but the risk of acting on their feelings is huge. Stan returns home on leave, but the happy reunion with Steph is soured by his worrying attitude towards invasion. At the reading of the will, Frances discovers that Peter was keeping an enormous secret from her, but the surprise return of one particular villager offers her some unexpected comfort.

  • It's June 1940, and Britain faces the threat of imminent invasion. As the Battle of Britain looms, the villagers of Great Paxford live under a cloud of fear and suspicion. Pat strikes up a friendship with a Czech soldier stationed nearby, but her joy at independence from Bob is short-lived. Meanwhile, Laura is forced to face the consequences of her affair with Richard Bowers, while Spencer and Claire's relationship takes an unexpected turn. Sarah receives some shocking news about Adam, but her sorrow is overshadowed by a tragedy for Frances. Meanwhile, Alison strikes a bargain with the police.

  • As war draws closer to home, the women have their own battles to fight: Frances tries to help Pat before it's too late.

  • Erica's friendship with Pat is tested, and a new evacuee in the village isn't quite what Frances bargained for.

  • Frances plans an air raid shelter. Alison breaks the law; so does Miriam. Steph hides a secret that threatens the farm. Kate gets shattering news.

  • Alison takes desperate steps to pay a bill. Claire asks Spencer out. Pat makes a speech but pays the consequences. The farmer and vicar do their duty.

  • The Women's Institute is in full swing just in time for the RAF to arrive. Pat struggles at home while Alison nearly looses her dog.

  • As World War II draws closer, Joyce has resigned as president of the Women's Institute. Joyce's resignation has Frances trying to start things up again with a jam making project.

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