The TV version shows George Fancy to be a Major in the British Army
(Intelligence Division, presumably).
The radio version of this story sees the record of Mein Leibling, Mein Rose
replaced with a completely different song, entitled Mademoiselle, mainly because in this
version, Emma and Max Prendergast had their rendezvous in Paris, rather than Berlin
(as in the TV episode).
Prendergast is said, in the radio adaptation, to have escaped from prison in France, rather than
Germany - to link in with the above change.
Steed, trying to find his way to Rousicana Hall in the fog, comes across a cheery local who
tells him that he's already there when Steed asks for directions. This is not present in the
television version of events.
In Episode Six, Emma tries to fire her gun at Oola and Prendergast, but the
gun merely clicks uselessly. Oola says that Emma's gun has blanks in it, but if this were the case,
there would still be the sound of the blank firing. The bullet chambers are actually empty...
Episode Five of this story is the only episode which exists with its original
Springbok Radio announcement. This is downloadable from the
Free Stuff section.