Phil Brand is right to raise questions about the direction of the current series of Foyle's War (M Star March 19) which will have disappointed many viewers.
In the past it was possible to commend the series for its uncanny re-enactment of war-time Hastings, the quality of storyline and script and its honest portrayal of genuine anti-fascism, which even took root among the Sussex constabulary.
Foyle was always happiest when he was going after Hitler and Mosley sympathisers.
I suspect the script writers have been changed so that he henceforth gets equal glee from tracking down communists and progressives.
But the new writers should have read the old scripts because in them, Foyle's beloved spitfire pilot son joins the Communist Party while at Oxford.
I look forward to seeing how the programme-makers square that one.