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BBC TV had achieved worldwide success in the 1970s with wartime dramas such as 'Secret Army' & 'Colditz', but 1981 saw their coverage of the events of WWII expand with the arrival of Lavinia Warner's acclaimed series 'Tenko'. Based on real-life experiences, 'Tenko' is the powerful story of a group of ex-pat European women living in Singapore, whose lives are changed forever when they are imprisoned in brutal POW camps. A stellar cast was assembled from the cream of British acting talent; including Stephanie Beacham (Saving Grace, Bad Girls), Stephanie Cole (Waiting For God), Louise Jameson (Doctor Who), Elizabeth Chambers (To Play The King), while directing duties fell to Pennant Roberts (Howard's Way) and David Askey (The Gentle Touch). Series 1 is released across two volumes (each a double disc set). Series 1 / Part 2 contains Episodes 6-10.
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