First broadcast: Sunday 28th February 1999
Simon Harrison arrives at the base and is shocked to find that despite only having 2 members of staff of an intended 300, they still have nothing to do! He feels he has no option other than to recommend the site's closure - until the local village's schoolteacher catches his eye.
First broadcast: Sunday 7th March 1999
When the Met Office decide to collect forecast data from the base, Simon hatches a plan to falsify the figures in order to win a large bet. Meanwhile, Campbell-Stokes isn't too pleased to notice that the villagers are divulging "confidential military information".
First broadcast: Sunday 14th March 1999
Whilst the base takes delivery of a new early warning system - acquired from North Korea via 'contacts' rather than the normal routes - Ian has guests staying in the hotel, and is shocked to find that he's listed in a guide book for the location's tranquility.
First broadcast: Sunday 4th April 1999
Simon invites Eilidh to the base for a romantic dinner, but an act of 'quick thinking' by Airman Tench upon Campbell-Stokes's unexpected arrival results in the four of them being locked in the base's nuclear bunker - for three months.