Michael Kitchen and Malcolm Sinclair facing off on screen again.
From The Guardian:
“I am arresting you for the murders of Det Chief Superintendent Meredith and Henry Scott and for the attempted murder of Det Sgt Milner. D’ye have anything to say?” “Whatever are you talking about?” gasps the man of God. “D’ye have anything else to say?” says Foyle, a master of the laconic and how to talk through tightened teeth. Terse hardly covers it. He is as buttoned up as winter combinations. Foyle is such a masterclass in inhibition that you wonder how long it takes Michael Kitchen to defrost after each series.
I hardly like to mention it, but he has absolutely no evidence at all against the parson. Who, however, is indeed a German spy and shows a very proper spirit by shooting himself.