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This series, set in a BBC newsroom in the 1950s, features renegade journalist Freddie, ambitious producer Bel and handsome anchor Hector as they create an investigative newsmagazine show called "The Hour." But tensions rise between the three when they become embroiled in a passionate love triangle. The show plays out against the backdrop of a mysterious murder and Freddie's controversial and dangerous investigation. The series explores the decade on the threshold of change, from the ruthless sexual politics of the time to the revelations that redefined the world for a new generation.

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Bel, Freddie and Hector are on the verge of breaking a huge corruption expose; things get complicated when one of them becomes the center of a tabloid sex scandal.
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Bel is shaken by news of a source's murder and tries to put a stop to the team's pursuit of Cilenti; Freddie and Hector discover the depths that the corruption has reached, leading to chaos at the club.
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Bel and Freddie pitch the exposure of Cilenti's vice network and police collusion; photos of a NATO summit reveal a connection.
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Kiki has gone missing and Hector's self-destructive behavior spirals out of control; Bel and Freddie search for the truth about what happened to Kiki; Randall tells Lix the real reason for his return.
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Hector's drunken late nights catch up with him when he is arrested on suspicion of beating up Kiki; Bel tries to clear Hector's name and hide his disappearance from Randall; Freddie decides to hold a controversial interview with a fascist.
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Nuclear hysteria grows; Bel thinks the increased crime is a story; Hector's decision draws him deeper into El Paradis.
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There are tensions for all as the show is about to go live; preparations have been made to defy government instruction and deliver a controversial episode on the crisis in Suez; Freddie finally learns what happened to Ruth.
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Violence erupts over the Suez Canal and British citizens riot in London; imposing censorship on the show; Bel risks cancellation.
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Freddie visits Kish's widow; the staff is fed up with Freddie's work habits; Hector has hit his stride.
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Freddie gets the opportunity to quiz Adam Le Ray about his relationship with Ruth; Hector's marriage is failing; suspicion mounts.
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With ratings down and terrible reviews, Bel may have a solution - an interview with an Egyptian diplomat; Freddie discovers a mysterious code which may provide a clue to Ruth's death.
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Reporters are approached about a current affairs show; Freddie covers an engagement party; Bel gets the producer's job.

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