What did you do during the war, daddy? I was sitting in a hut, I can’t tell you where, I can’t tell you what I was doing, but it was vital for the war effort...
War puts together the unlikely team of code-breakers: Oxford linguist professor, Geordie Marxist, young mathematics genius and psychotic Polish resistance member.
A Bridge Too Far
Hut 33 staff plays against Hut 6 in the Bletchley Inter-hut Bridge Tournament, but for Charles and Archie another game is more important.
A posting to Iraq is available and it seems certain that Charles will get it, but Archie will do anything to stop him.
There seems to be a leak of secret informations from Bletchley Park and everyone is under suspicion. Even the attractive young woman, who suddenly is interested in Charles and Archie.
Don’t Bet On It
The hut will play a football match against the Italian prisoners from nearby camp, but no one is keen to take part. Until Charles finds a way to make some money on it.
There is food shortage in Bletchley Park and Archie, as future Marxist society leader plans to do something about it. Unfortunately Charles drops into their meeting...
Oh Brother Where Art Thou?
All the Bletchley Park members are obliged to fill the religion details in case of their death. This unexpectedly starts a religious conversion in Hut 33.