Sharpe's Comapny, the third of the television adaptations of Bernard Cornwell's novels, sees Sharpe lose his captaincy to new officers who have bought commissions over him. It also sees him re-united with his old enemy from India, Obadiah Hakeswill (played devilishly by Pete Postlethwaite).
Set in 1812, Sharpe leads the Folorn Hope against Badajoz to recapture the town and his captaincy.
Sharpe's Enemy, the fourth of the television adaptations of Bernard Cornwell's novels, sees Sharpe in 1813 Portugal, hunting for a band of deserters including his old enemy Obadiah Hakeswill who have captured two women and are holding them hostage in a small fortress town. Sharpe must rescue them before he can take news back to Wellington of a planned French offensive.
With these episodes, the series is really starting to get itself established and into its stride. Well worth watching.