The firefighters of Blackwall Station's Blue Watch return for this final series of the ever-popular, award-winning drama from LWT. The dramatic, sometimes tragic situations encountered by the team are counterpointed by the more personal stories of the firefighters, and it is this combination of famously realistic action scenes and personal issues that made 'London's Burning' a huge ratings success for ITV, its quirky and very human characters finding great affection among viewers.
Episode One Blue Watch seems to be thriving under station officer Mick Callahan. Recall plans his retirement, but there is something that he has kept secret.
Episode Two The Watch mourn Recall's death, and an internal inquiry is launched. Elaine decides to go through with the plans that she and Recall had, but has fears for Adam's future.
Episode Three A new recruit arrives, and Mooney begins his bid for leadership. Mick finds himself increasingly torn between his love for his wife and family, and his feelings for Sally.
Episode Four Mooney steps up his efforts to be the Watch's true leader, while new recruit Craig is eager to be tested on the fire ground; on attending his first fire though, he is terrified.
Episode Five Mick confesses to Adam that he knew about Recall's illness, and confronts Sally with the claim that she slept with Mooney. Shauna's mood swings become more extreme.
Episode Six On a family trip to Southend the Watch makes an unusual discovery, and relationships between Mick, Shauna, Mooney and Sally come to a head.
Episode Seven At a boxing match between the Brigade and the Met, Adam is trapped into confirming DI Roebuck's suspicions about who torched his car. Mooney opens his heart to Sally.
Episode Eight A redundant satellite is falling to Earth and south-east England lies in the path of its trajectory. With emergency services on standby, everyone has personal decisions to make...