A Magnum for Schneider|
Episode Pilot, first aired 02/04/1967
Callen is called upon by Hunter, a boss from his former Intelligence days, to come work for him in a job to take out a gun smuggler who is arming terrorists.
The Good Ones are All Dead|
Episode 1-01, first aired 07/08/1967
Just like in the pilot, Callan is called back in from limbo for an assignment. His job is to keep tabs on a former SS officer who is hiding out as a Greek Cypriot.
Goodbye, Nobby Clarke|
Episode 1-02, first aired 07/15/1967
Callan learns that Hunter is planning to have an old friend of Callan killed for training mercenaries in Africa unless Callan can get him to stop.
The Death of Robert E. Lee|
Episode 1-03, first aired 07/22/1967
The CIA agents tell Hunter that the Chinese agent they need help eliminating is stealing nuclear secrets but in fact he is in the UK to kill Hunter.
Goodness Burns Too Bright|
Episode 1-04, first aired 07/29/1967
Hunter has a great plan to infiltrate a mole into East Berlin's operations but it involves setting Callan up as a sacrificial lamb.
But He's a Lord, Mr. Callan|
Episode 1-05, first aired 08/05/1967
A blackmailer is about to release the goods he has on various people, causing a lot of damage, unless Callan can eliminate him. One problem, though, is he is a member of the House of Lords.
You Should Have Got Here Sooner|
Episode 1-06, first aired 08/12/1967
Lonely has been beaten up while robbing a house that should have been empty. This angers Callan who soon finds a link to an enemy operative.
Red Knight, White Knight|
Episode 2-01, first aired 01/08/1969
A new Hunter brings Callan back into the Section on an official basis. His first job is to escort a Russian defector flying into London.
The Most Promising Girl of Her Year|
Episode 2-02, first aired 01/15/1969
When a government lab researcher expresses worry her work might be used as a weapon, Callan is ordered to check her out.
You're Under Starter's Orders|
Episode 2-03, first aired 01/22/1969
Callan pretends to go rogue but it is just to convince a smuggler of defectors and enemy operatives seeking to leave the country.
Little Bits and Pieces of Love|
Episode 2-04, first aired 01/29/1969
Callan's job is to follow and befriend a Polish emigre whose former husband is a bigwig back home, all in the hopes of luring him to the UK.
Let's Kill Everybody|
Episode 2-05, first aired 02/05/1969
The word has come that someone in the Section has been marked for death by an unknown person so everyone must be ready to fight for his or her life.
Episode 2-06, first aired 02/12/1969
Yet another new Hunter takes over but this one is still in East Germany undercover and Callan and Meres must head there to help him get out.
Land of Light and Peace|
Episode 2-07, first aired 02/19/1969
The spiritualist says she can see to the other side but she really has in possession microfilm that Callan has been ordered to get back.
Blackmailers Should Be Discouraged|
Episode 2-08, first aired 02/26/1969
A high ranking government official is being blackmailed and Callan is sent to end the extortion but he does get curious what goods are being held.
Death of a Friend|
Episode 2-09, first aired 03/05/1969
An old, former friend of Callan dies in a car accident, the victim of foul play, and Callan is ordered to protect his widow, who then gets kidnapped.
Episode 2-10, first aired 03/12/1969
A spy ring has gathered a considerable amount of intel and its leader is ready to flee the country with it unless Callan and Meres can stop him.
Once a Big Man, Always a Big Man|
Episode 2-11, first aired 03/19/1969
As Callan and Meres try to get their hands on a safe of a ship that went down during WWII to find a list of Nazi collaborators, a survivor of the ship is out to make sure they fail.
The Running Dog|
Episode 2-12, first aired 03/26/1969
The Chinese ambassador to the UK is the target of a group of fascists who want to cause trouble between the two nations.
The Worst Soldier I Ever Saw|
Episode 2-13, first aired 04/02/1969
When a retired British general takes a job with a sultan in the Middle East, Security calls upon Callan to keep him from leaving, even if it means killing him.
Nice People Die at Home|
Episode 2-14, first aired 04/09/1969
It is Callan's job to break up a Soviet spy cell and he does so by causing disorder and confusion amidst the members.
Death of a Hunter|
Episode 2-15, first aired 04/16/1969
Callan is captured and brainwashed into believing that Hunter is leaking intelligence and that he has killed Lonely and framed Callan for it.
Where Else Could I Go?|
Episode 3-01, first aired 04/08/1970
After months in the hospital, Callan must now face a battery of tests to prove himself fit even as Lonely is facing a long prison sentence unless Callan can get him off.
Summoned to Appear|
Episode 3-02, first aired 04/15/1970
Fellow Agent Cross has killed an innocent bystander but when Callan steps in to cover for him, he must wonder if the killing was an accident or not.
The Same Trick Twice Over|
Episode 3-03, first aired 04/22/1970
An exchange of captured enemy agents between the UK and the USSR goes terribly wrong and Callan is caught in the middle.
A Village Called G'|
Episode 3-04, first aired 05/13/1970
Something has gotten Hunter's secretary extremely upset and ready to kill, a task she should leave for Callan or his colleague Cross. They are the professionals.
Suddenly - at Home|
Episode 3-05, first aired 05/20/1970
When Callan and Cross are told to provide a woman with round-the-clock protection, Callan finds himself getting far too involved.
Act of Kindness|
Episode 3-06, first aired 05/27/1970
A down-on-his-luck, and quite disreputable former agent is being blackmailed and turns to his old 'friend', Callan, to get him out of trouble.
God Help Your Friends|
Episode 3-07, first aired 06/03/1970
The lonely female government translator has become enamored with a man who has too many ties to the Iron Curtain and Callan is directed to break it up any way he can.
Episode 3-08, first aired 06/10/1970
The order is to find and kill a Russian spy but Callan and Cross have to break the man out of prison first to do it.
Amos Green Must Live|
Episode 3-09, first aired 06/24/1970
Amos Green is a politician with the combustible view that "coloured immigration is dangerous to Britain and must stop".
That'll Be the Day|
Episode 4-01, first aired 03/01/1972
Callan is missing unless you talk to the KGB who insist he is actually quite dead.
Call Me Sir!|
Episode 4-02, first aired 03/08/1972
The KGB trades Callan back to the UK believing him to be a high ranking operative and when they learn the truth, they decide to eliminate him out of embarassment.
Episode 4-03, first aired 03/15/1972
Given the job of being Hunter, Callan's first emergency is to get back a stolen list of British operatives that the KGB want to buy.
Rules of the Game|
Episode 4-04, first aired 03/22/1972
Callan orders Cross to frighten a Russian family who have actually done nothing wrong. This is a job Cross should have enjoyed but does not.
If He Can, So Could I|
Episode 4-05, first aired 03/29/1972
The Section's shrink is ready to pull Cross from duty but Callan is determined to show his man is alright even if it means it can cost Callan his own position.
None of Your Business|
Episode 4-06, first aired 04/05/1972
Losing his new post as Hunter, Callan is ordered to take vacation. His desires to go abroad are hampered by the fact that he does not have a passport in his own name.
Charlie Says It's Goodbye|
Episode 4-07, first aired 04/12/1972
As Callan tries to leave the Section because his new girl friend does not like his job, a senior government official is trying to defect.
I Never Wanted the Job|
Episode 4-08, first aired 04/19/1972
When Lonely accidentally sees a mob hit, he turns to Callan for help which gets the Section involved and makes the new Hunter wonder is Lonely should be allowed to live.
Episode 4-09, first aired 04/26/1972
Callan used Lonely to help break into a government scientist's house to copy some plans he has but Lonely cannot help nicking an odd item or two which causes trouble for the both.
Episode 4-10, first aired 05/03/1972
A visiting Field Marshall is marked for assassination by someone so to find out who Callan takes the role of a paid assassin.
The Richmond File: Call Me Enemy|
Episode 4-11, first aired 05/10/1972
To debrief him, Callan takes a Russian spy defector to a lonely country estate where a major battle of wits between the two starts.
The Richmond File: Do You Recognise the Woman?|
Episode 4-12, first aired 05/17/1972
The real purpose for Richmond's defection begins to come to light.
The Richmond File: A Man Like Me|
Episode 4-13, first aired 05/24/1972
Richmond is on the loose ant getting desperate. He hides out in the home of a sleeper agent as Hunter throws everything to find him.