Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Created by Barry Thomas, the weekly British drama series Wings was set during WWI. The series' 26 episodes dealt with the exploits of the Royal Flying Corps, specifically the division commandeered by Alan Farmer (Tim Woodward), Charles Gaylion (Michael Cochrane), and Richard Bravington (David Troughton, son of Doctor Who star Patrick Troughton). Naturally, these courageous aviators found time to dally with various damsels, among them Alan's wife Molly (Anne Kristen) and the toothsome Lorna Collins (Sarah Porter). Premiering January 2, 1977, Wings lasted two seasons.