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The following is an episode list for the television series M.I. High, a children's adventure programme on the UK TV channel CBBC.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Original Air Dates DVD Release Dates
Series Premiere Series Finale Region 2 Region 4
1 10 8 January 2007 5 March 2007 21 January 2008[1]
(episodes 1-5)
2 March 2010[2]
(episodes 1-5)
2 13 7 January 2008 24 March 2008 N/A N/A
3 13 5 January 2009 30 March 2009 N/A N/A
4 13 4 January 2010 15 March 2010 N/A N/A
5 13 10 January 2011 21 March 2011 N/A N/A
6 13 7 January 2013 25 March 2013 N/A N/A
7 13 13 January 2014 31 March 2014 N/A N/A

Episodes[edit]

Series 1 (2007)[edit]

The BBC confirmed on 12 November 2006 that a 10 episodes series, lasting 30 minutes each would be transmit early 2007 on CBBC channel.[3] M.I. High was shown as part of the BBC's HD trial, available to viewers with HD services and was the first CBBC television program to be filmed and transmitted in High Definition.[3] John East Head of BBC Drama and producer of M.I. High said "Filmed in High Definition, a first for CBBC, with jaw dropping stunts and hi-tech wizardry, M.I. High brings the quality of Spooks to a children's drama."[3]

The main cast was confirmed as Bel Powley (as Daisy), Moustafa Chousein-Oglou (as Blane), Rachel Petladwala (as Rose) and Danny John-Jules (as Lenny).[3]

Episode No. Title Villains Director Writer Original Air Date
1 (1) "The Sinister Prime Minister" The Grand Master and The Guinea Pig Toby Haynes Keith Brumpton[4] 8 January 2007 (2007-01-08)[5]
Their first mission, Lenny tells the team, Daisy, Blane and Rose, that some surprising events have passed with the Prime Minister. He wants to wage war over the whole of Europe, and make all the territory British. Lenny devises a plan so the Prime Minister will visit their school, St Hope's, and Daisy goes undercover as a news reporter. While undercover, she gets locked into a room and lasers her way out with a laser lipstick. Blane discovers some weird signals on his best friend Stewart's radio machine, and Rose follows the signal to the hideout of the Guinea Pig, a mutated scientist. Rose takes control of the Guinea Pig's machine and while stopping the start of World War Three, states to the public, as the prime minister that "Science is cool!"
2 (2) "Eyes on Their Stars" Tony Frisco Toby Haynes Keith Brumpton 8 January 2007 (2007-01-08)[6]
Zombie kids are on the rampage, ransacking music stores; M.I.9 suspect boy-band Crush. Mega-fan Daisy goes undercover to examine their hypnotising methods.
3 (3) "The Big Freeze" Sonya Frost and The Grand Master Toby Haynes Nathan Cockerill 15 January 2007 (2007-01-15)[7]
Daisy and Rose's relationship gets frosty as Britain is plunged into a new ice age. When Sonya Frost failed to predict a gale, she built a weather machine – to accurately forecast weather she created. But The Grand Master has a more destructive plan – to freeze the world into submission.
4 (4) "The Power Thief" Brent Gilbert Toby Haynes Elly Brewer 22 January 2007 (2007-01-22)[8]
When freak power-cuts sweep the nation, the teenage spies are in the dark about who (or what) is to blame. A mysterious voice transmits a ransom demand – pay up, or Britain will be sent back to the dark ages. Blane thinks there's some truth in Stewart's hair-brained theory that ley lines are sucking up electricity. Rose is unimpressed by Blane's hocus-pocus. Blane also uncovers some truths about Daisy's personal life (about which she never talks), after she realised that Blane wasn't going to tell anyone.
5 (5) "Nerd Alert" The Worm Toby Haynes Keith Brumpton 29 January 2007 (2007-01-29)[9]
Expert hacker The Worm has taken control of Britain's space defences, and left the country vulnerable to attack. Blane's brother (a special-forces soldier) is in the firing line. The team's computer skills are no match for The Worm, and they need help.
6 (6) "Super Blane" Chad Turner and The Grand Master Simon Hook Nathan Cockerill 5 February 2007 (2007-02-05)[10]
When Daisy falls for a new member of the spy team, the charismatic teen CIA officer Agent Chad, Blane's jealousy drives him to take a crazy risk. After his humiliation on the football pitch, Blane puts on the MT-3000 (a device which gives its wearer superhuman strength). He uses it to show off but he starts to realise that something is wrong with it.
7 (7) "Spy Animals" Silas Fenton and The Grand Master Simon Hook Nathan Cockerill 12 February 2007 (2007-02-12)[11]
An inventor attaches surveillance equipment to animals to identify the spies at the school.
8 (8) "Forever Young" Vanessa Zeitgeist and The Grand Master Simon Hook Keith Brumpton 19 February 2007 (2007-02-19)[12]
In her quest for beauty, Vanessa Zeitgeist creates Formula-66, but instead of renewing looks it regresses the mind, causing the police to revert to children. The Grand Master is overjoyed because there is no one to stop SKUL. Daisy goes undercover to retrieve the formula from Zeitgeist.
9 (9) "Red Button Rampage" General Ryan Scarp Simon Hook Nathan Cockerill & Elly Brewer 26 February 2007 (2007-02-26)[13]
The team must protect a boy and his invention – a missile disarmer – but it all goes wrong when Daisy and the boy are kidnapped.
10 (10) "The Fugitive" Air One Simon Hook Keith Brumpton 5 March 2007 (2007-03-05)[14]
A UFO has crash-landed in England near St. Hopes. The team must work with Air One, operated by Lenny's ex-trainee Carla to capture the alien pilot. But the team betray Lenny and Carla and discover that the alien is a boy.

Series 2 (2008)[edit]

The BBC announced on 14 August 2007 that M.I High was commissioned for a second series.[15] The main cast returns from series one Bel Powley, Moustafa Chousein-Oglou, Rachel Petladwala and Danny John-Jules as Daisy, Blane, Rose and Lenny.[15]

Episode No. Title Villains Director Writer Original Air Date
1 (11) "It's a Kind of Magic" Leah Retsam and The Grand Master Toby Haynes Keith Brumpton, Nathan Cockerill 7 January 2008 (2008-01-07)[17]
New series. The team are stunned – not just because the President of the US was kidnapped during a magic act, but because neither the magician (Alan Cox) or The Grand Master are responsible. The team are left to find out who is.[16]
2 (12) "You Can Call Me Al" A.L.L.E.N. Toby Haynes Ben Ward 7 January 2008 (2008-01-07)[18]
A hapless inventor (Paul Reynolds) brings trouble to St Hope's when his artificial-intelligence computer tries to enforce school rules using all of the school's electronic equipment.
3 (13) "Evil by Design" Lorenzo Ferrago and The Grand Master Toby Haynes Nathan Cockerill 14 January 2008 (2008-01-14)[19]
A new fashion rage is imprinting logos onto kids, with weird side effects. Unless M.I.9 can stop Lorenzo Ferrago, children all over Britain will become half-human, half-clothing. Unfortunately, Daisy has entered Nice Magazine's "Find Me a Model Contest", and the grand prize is a photo opportunity with Lorenzo Ferrago.
4 (14) "Fit Up" Maximus Fiticus and The Grand Master Toby Haynes Keith Brumpton 21 January 2008 (2008-01-21)[20]
When a strange sleeping sickness hits Britain's kids, the team investigate; when Daisy is tricked and falls into a deep sleep, the spies are under pressure.
5 (15) "Face Off" Charlie 'Chuckers' Chuckworth Toby Haynes Nathan Cockerill 28 January 2008 (2008-01-28)[21]
Mysterious robberies are happening across the city, and (to M.I.9's surprise) Lenny was caught stealing some priceless diamonds; he was arrested by M.I.9, who investigate. They find that the robberies were all done by students (including Stewart Critchley), so Daisy and Blane interview the students; getting nowhere, Rose breaks into M.I.9 headquarters and speaks to Lenny (who is as confused as they are) about the raids. Reviewing the tape of Lenny stealing the diamonds, the team wonder how Lenny could jump far with his war wound. Rose calculates the body movement and concludes it was an ex-M.I.9 agent, Charlie Chuckworth (Lenny's old friend). Blane, Daisy and Rose go to Chuckworth's last known address and discover that Chuckworth (and his nephew, Lewis) are behind the robberies with a plasma face-changing machine.
6 (16) "Big Sister" Mary Taylor (AKA Big Sister) Simon Hook Katie Douglas, Keith Brumpton 4 February 2008 (2008-02-04)[22]
The spies investigate when a child-hating MP threatens to send Britain's kids to a remote island.
7 (17) "The Cold War" Gesundheit and The Grand Master Simon Hook Keith Brumpton 11 February 2008 (2008-02-11)[23]
The Grand Master unleashes his own "cold war" with a flu epidemic.
8 (18) "Nano Nits" Nora Braithwaite and The Grand Master Simon Hook, Nathan Cockerill 18 February 2008 (2008-02-18)[24]
Daisy must overcome her biggest fear when the kids at St Hope's catch nits (and become master criminals).
9 (19) "The Others" James Blonde Zam Salim Ben Ward 25 February 2008 (2008-02-25)[25]
The spies are stunned when they are forced to team up with old foes Violet Webb, Lewis Chuckworth and The Worm to battle ex-agent James Blonde (Simon Farnaby).
10 (20) "The Big Bling" Reginald Lacey (AKA Mr. B) Simon Hook Nathan Cockerill 3 March 2008 (2008-03-03)[26]
When seven of the eight most-famous diamonds in Britain are stolen, the team investigate the captain of the England football team for crimes against bling.
11 (21) "Spy Plane" Irena Ryfield Zam Salin Nathan Cockerill 10 March 2008 (2008-03-10)[27]
Blane and Rose goes undercover to investigate the disappearance of the X20 spy plane. Meanwhile, Daisy goes undercover to see if Blane had told Stewart about their spy work.
12 (22) "Greenfinger" Charlie Darwin Zam Salin Keith Brumpton 17 March 2008 (2008-03-17)[28]
Plants rise up and attack anti-green targets, so Blane goes into action.
13 (23) "Asteroid Attack" Doctor Von Quark (AKA Reverend Nye) Simon Hook Keith Brumpton 24 March 2008 (2008-03-24)[29]
An asteroid threatens to destroy Earth, and the vital person to stop this is missing. The team is stunned, because the person is the last one they would expect.

Series 3 (2009)[edit]

A third series was confirmed by the BBC 6 February 2008, with 13 episodes each lasting 30 minutes in length to transmit in 2009.[30] It was confirmed that Rachel Petladwala would return as her character Rose, with new actor's Charlene Osuagwu (as Carrie), Ben Kerfoot (as Oscar) and Jonny Freeman (as Frank London) would replace Bel Powley, Moustafa Chousein-Oglou and Danny John-Jules.[31]

Episode No. Title Villains Director Writer Original Air Date
1 (24) "Art Attacks" The Grand Master and Brian Gainsborough Simon Hook Keith Brumpton 5 January 2009 (2009-01-05)[33][34]
Two new agents, Carrie and Oscar, team up with Rose as they find out about their first mission together. Famous landmarks (such as the Eiffel Tower and the Great Wall of China) are being graffitied. The team must try to keep their first mission on track and ensure that a new anti-SKUL treaty is signed, but with the countries blaming Britain for the graffiti, they have next to no chance.[32]
2 (25) "The Mole" Luke Withers Simon Hook Nathan Cockerill 12 January 2009 (2009-01-12)[36]
High security banks in Britain are being robbed by a mystery machine that tunnels up and out of the ground. All fingers are pointed at the notorious criminal called 'The Mole'. Only problem is that he's been a prisoner of M.I.9 for 2 years. The M.I. High team must discover where the attacks are going to strike next, and whether The Mole is behind the attacks, or if there is a copycat. At St. Hope's, Mrs. King moves into Mr. Flatley's office, much to Flatley's dismay.[35]
3 (26) "Agent X" The Grand Master Simon Hook Ben Ward 19 January 2009 (2009-01-19)[38]
Oscar is in danger when SKUL finds him on the internet, and gets their best agent to retrieve something important.[37]
4 (27) "Mind Machine" The Grand Master
and fake Dr Wallis (SKUL Agent)
Simon Hook Jeff Dodds 26 January 2009 (2009-01-26)[40]
Oscar, Carrie and Rose must find out why the kids at St. Hope's are turning into Japanese fighting fish and keep an eye out for the SKUL agent. Carrie is hypnotised into becoming a fighting fish, forcing the others to try to solve the case without her.[39]
5 (28) "Dark Star" Colt Winchester Simon Hook Jonny Kurzman 2 February 2009 (2009-02-02)[42]
The team discover that Frank has an enemy, who has escaped from jail to seek revenge.[41]
6 (29) "Fit to Wurst" The Grand Master, Jed Black and Ivor Mat King Adrian Hewitt 9 February 2009 (2009-02-09)[44]
Special wursts are being distributed across Britain, which is not as benign as it seems.[43]
7 (30) "The New Grand Master" The Grand Master Mat King Nathan Cockerill 16 February 2009 (2009-02-16)[46]
After setting a clever trap, M.I.9 gain knowledge that there is going to be a secret meeting at the head of SKUL. It includes SKUL's Big 6, who are the top 6 criminals in SKUL, including The Grand Master. Unfortunately, gadgets to help the team find he meeting are misplaced and find their way into the hands of Scoop. Making matters worse, Scoop gets kidnapped by SKUL.[45]
8 (31) "Think Tank" Dr Leonard Vince Mat King Ben Ward 23 February 2009 (2009-02-23)[48]
Rose has been accepted into the National Academy of Brilliance, but she is devastated; she has to leave M.I. High for good! Frank tasks Oscar and Carrie with a mission to infiltrate Dr Leonard Vince's research facility. Dr Vince is a genius, whose inventions (that surpass any by M.I.9) pose a threat to national security. When Rose gets to her new school, she is shocked to find that everyone (except the headmaster, Dr Vince) is stupid. Vince is sucking knowledge out of the children with his mind-sucker machine; this leaves Rose an idiot, leaving Oscar and Carrie to stop Vince without their brain-box.[47]
9 (32) "Family Tree" The Uzhmani Group Mat King[50] Keith Brumpton 2 March 2009 (2009-03-02)[51]
Scientist Katrina Houseman has asked the team to look for the top secret Project N80. Project N80 is a real life Neanderthal that has broken out of his cage. Katrina thinks that an Uzhmani group took him so they can clone him and create a super army of Neanderthals, but our spies don't think Katrina is trustworthy.[49]
10 (33) "The Glove" Allanah Sucrose Richard Elson Jess Williams 9 March 2009 (2009-03-09)[53]
The country's power supply is being sucked dry by an evil villain, and the only thing to stop it is an invention by Raymond Stilt called the glove. At St. Hope's, an eco-friendly expert comes to the school to explain about saving the environment, but the team thinks that she is the one stealing all the power. The eco-friendly expert uses special perfume she has to make boys like her, which puts Frank under her spell. The country's power levels are at a dangerous minimum and the team must help Raymond finish The Glove before it is too late.[52]
11 (34) "The Visit" Per Trollberger Richard Elson Keith Brumpton 16 March 2009 (2009-03-16)[55]
Carrie faces a big problem. She must put her friendship with Boldovian gymnast, Lena Larsson, on the line. She's coming to compete in an international gymnastics tournament at St. Hope's. While the event is happening, the Prime Minister is kidnapped so he can release The Boldovian 3, Boldovia's most feared secret agents, from an M.I.4 prison.[54]
12 (35) "Operation Flopsy" The Grand Master Mat King Keith Brumpton and Ben Ward 23 March 2009 (2009-03-23)[57]
After tricking the country into thinking that all white rabbits are prone to a new virus, the team briefly captures The Grand Master before he escapes, but he leaves Flopsy behind! The team put Flopsy up for ransom in exchange for Oscar's Mum, surely The Grand Master won't be able to resist and Oscar will finally be reunited with his Mum.[56]
13 (36) "Moontaker" Venus Houston and The Grand Master Richard Elson Keith Brumpton 30 March 2009 (2009-03-30)[59]
M.I.9 find a SKUL space probe on the Moon. The team investigate, but get trapped in a rocket that then launches into space. With the rocket's computer systems damaged, Rose must calculate the rocket's re-entry path, but she's frozen in shock. Meanwhile at St. Hope's, the students try to raise money for an excursion to NASA HQ.[58]

Series 4 (2010)[edit]

It was confirmed on 19 March 2009 that M.I. High would return for a Fourth series, with 13 episodes each lasting 28 minutes.[60]

Episode No. Title Villains Director Writer Original Air Date
1(37) "Run Carrie Run" The Grand Master Mat King Nathan Cockerill 4 January 2010 (2010-01-04)[61]
The Grand Master steals a despair bomb from M.I.9 and captures Rose, Oscar and Chief Agent Stark. Carrie must put a stop to The Grand Master's evil plan before he plunges the world into eternal despair.
2 (38) "The Bunny Whisperer" The Grand Mistress (A.K.A. Anita Kane) Simon Hook Keith Brumpton and Ben Ward 4 January 2010 (2010-01-04)[62]
When a massive crime wave hits Britain, the team immediately suspect The Grand Master. But after they track him down to an abandoned house, they discover that he's been overthrown by his deputy Anita Kane, now calling herself The Grand Mistress! They discover that they must work with The Grand Master, their mortal enemy, to defeat The Grand Mistress and stop the crime wave.
3 (39) "Quakermass" Well Fit Jim Simon Hook Ben Ward 11 January 2010 (2010-01-11)[63]
After Britain is shaken by a massive earthquake, the team is contacted by former seismologist Professor Quakermass who discovered that there wasn't just one tremour, but several. Their investigation leads them to Carrie's idol Well Fit Jim, who she claims is innocent.
4 (40) "Mrs. King - License To Spy" Walter Bailey Simon Hook Jonny Kurzman 18 January 2010 (2010-01-18)[64]
When Mrs. King's memory wipe begins to fail, the team craft an elaborate scheme to make her believe that her memories about them and M.I. High were just dreams. But when she starts believing she's a MI9 agent herself, and finds a SKUL agent lurking about the school, the team don't believe her.
5 (41) "Don't Cook Now" Waitress Brie, Sous Chef Elmer Pantry and The Grand Master Mat King Keith Brumpton and Nathan Cockerill 18 January 2010 (2010-01-18)[65]
The team investigate celebrity chef Tommy Blumenheck's restaurant. This where the Head of M.I.9 and financial heads meet to exchange bank code numbers, but each time they do, SKUL somehow intercepts the code and empties each bank's cash reserves. Meanwhile at St. Hope's, the pupils have a protest against their nasty cafeteria food.
6 (42) "Return of the Mummy" The Grand Master and Jade Dixon Halliday Richard Elson Keith Brumpton and Ben Ward 25 January 2010 (2010-01-25)[66]
M.I.9 receive an emergency transmission from Oscar's Mum, she reveals that she's a mole that has been leaking top secret SKUL data for the last two years. Her cover's been blown and the team must break her out, but they believe that it is all a trap.
7 (43) "Doppelgängers" Andrea Ivanovic Simon Hook Adrian Hewitt 1 February 2010 (2010-02-01)[67]
Rose, Carrie and Oscar are caught on CCTV stealing top secret files from M.I.9 HQ. But it wasn't them, merely robots that were made to look like them. Frank believes that they are innocent, but Stark shows no hesitation in pursuing them. After Frank helps them to escape, they discover the truth about who made the robots.
8 (44) "High School Spy Movie" Sydney Barbour Richard Elson Keith Brumpton and Ben Ward 8 February 2010 (2010-02-08)[68]
For over a thirty year period, items of great historical value have been stolen every five years. The team suspect eccentric film director Lars von Tripod. They lure him to St Hope's where he intends to make a film about teenage spies, but their instigation merely opens the door for more and more suspects.
9 (45) "Black Hole" Terry Zucker Richard Elson Nathan Cockerill 15 February 2010 (2010-02-15)[69]
An expensive golden statue has been stolen from the PM. The team's investigation brings them to Terry Zucker, inventor of the Zucker vacuum cleaners that move around all by themselves. But the get more than they bargained for when Zucker's new Mega-Zucker accidentally activates, creating a black hole!
10 (46) "Three Spies and a Baby" The Grand Master Mat King Jonny Kurzman 22 February 2010 (2010-02-22)[70]
The team are tasked with protecting Hannah and Olaf Stein, the smartest people in the world, who have just reinvented maximum security to the MI9 mainframe. When they're kidnapped by SKUL, Stark tasks the team with looking after Grace, the Stein's baby daughter, to which Oscar is overjoyed, since he's always wanted a younger sibling. Meanwhile The Grand Master forces the Steins to hack the M.I.9 mainframe, and then build a new one for SKUL.
11 (47) "Millionaire Flatley" Dwayne Flatley Mat King Simon Hook 1 March 2010 (2010-03-01)[71]
After Mr Flateley find out that he's entitled to £1 million after the death of his Great Aunt, he receives a threat to blow up the school unless he turns down his share. The team suspect one of Flatley's relatives, who each get a share of the fortune. But when they reveal to all have received threats themselves, the team discover a more sinister motive.
12 (48) "Skuldiggery" Toby Bleach Mat King Keith Brumpton and Ben Ward 8 March 2010 (2010-03-08)[72]
Roman remains have been found at St Hope's. Archaeologists have uncovered remains from the Ninth Legion, who's disappearance was one of the greatest mysteries in the world. But when a SKUL gadget is found at the dig site, the team's jobs are at stake. Furthermore, the dig is getting dangerously close to the lift shaft.
13 (49) "The Octopus" The Octopus (A.K.A. Charlton London) Richard Elson Keith Brumpton 15 March 2010 (2010-03-15)[73]
Pirates have been raiding numerous trade ships, stealing components to make a nuclear warhead. Their leader The Octopus, has plans to blow up Antarctica and flood the world to protect the world's marine life from humans. The team is tasked with protecting a ship with the final component for the warhead, but when they are captured, Frank finds out the Octopus is really his cousin, who was said to be lost at sea years ago.

Series 5 (2011)[edit]

The BBC confirmed on 10 October 2009 that M.I. High would return for a fifth series,[74] It was confirmed that Rachel Petladwala, Charlene Osuagwu and Ben Kerfoot return as Rose, Carrie and Oscar.[74] Additionally starring Julian Bleach as the Grand Master and Tracy-Ann Oberman as the Grand Mistress.[74]

Episode No. Title Villains Director Writer Original Air Date
1 (50) "Vote SKUL" The Grand Master Mat King Ben Ward 10 January 2011 (2011-01-10)[75]
After signing a peace treaty with the Prime Minister making SKUL a legitimate organisation and The Grand Master a free citizen, The Grand Master decides to run in the general election. If he wins he plans to disband the security services! The team must stop him, but Frank refuses to intervene.
2 (51) "The B Team" The Grand Mistress Mat King Jonny Kurzman 10 January 2011 (2011-01-10)[75]
The Grand Mistress is released from prison and is allowed to give her input as to how M.I.9 could improve its operation as a part of her rehabilitation. She strands all M.I.9 operatives in the Himalayas and escapes. Stark enlists the help of Oscar, Rose and Carrie, but when they're captured, he and Frank use an old compound called 'Smart-Ease' to turn three more pupils into M.I.9 agents to stop The Grand Mistress and save Oscar, Rose and Carrie.
3 (52) "Ghosts" Crime Mat King Ben Ward 17 January 2011 (2011-01-17)[76]
After SKUL agent Theo Phantom destroys the world's first stable artificial intelligence, Bodlien, Rose is devastated and is ordered to take leave. Meanwhile, Oscar and Carrie must stop a mysterious hacker, but all of their suspects insist that they're innocent even though the evidence points straight to them.
4 (53) "Total Eclipse" The Grand Master and Egor Richard Elson Adrian Hewitt 24 January 2011 (2011-01-24)[77]
Rose and the other students at St. Hope's are hypnotised whilst watching a solar eclipse. Frank stops Carrie and Oscar from being hypnotised, and Mrs. King misses the solar eclipse. Oscar and Carrie must find out what has caused everyone's aggressive and destructive behaviour and reverse it.
5 (54) "The Gran Master" Beryl 'The Beefcake' Bagshot, George and Hilda Richard Elson Nathan Cockerill 31 January 2011 (2011-01-31)[78]
Notorious 85-year-old criminal, Beryl 'The Beefcake' Bagshot escapes from prison and regroups with her old team. They plan to steal The Invigatron, an M.I.9 invention that can heal any injury. But one member of her group is missing, Harry 'Fingers' Fulson. The team bring him to St. Hope's under the guise of him working as a handyman after Frank 'injured' himself. When Harry goes missing, the team must find him and stop Beryl's gang.
6 (55) "The Patient" SKUL ninjas and Troy Greek Mat King Jonny Kurzman 7 February 2011 (2011-02-07)[79]
Ex-SKUL con-man Troy Greek wants to give M.I.9 some valuable information, but some SKUL ninjas poison him. He is brought to St. Hope's for protection, but the ninjas have tracked him down. With their classmates camping in the gym, the team must stop the ninjas, protect their classmates, and keep their cover.
7 (56) "The Crystal of St Helena" Vincent Argyle and The Grand Master Simon Hook Adrian Hewitt 14 February 2011 (2011-02-14)[80]
The Grand Master had built a destructive super-weapon, but one component is missing - a crystal made from tritemorite, the rarest and most destructive element on the planet. The team, along with an eccentric archaeologist Vincent Argyle, must find the crystal before SKUL.
8 (57) "The Wasp" Lady and Philip Blahga Simon Hook Simon Allen 21 February 2011 (2011-02-21)[81]
The WASP, a new speech politeness system, is installed at St. Hope's which forces everyone to speak properly. The inventor Lady Blaga is visiting and the team discover that the system might overload and eventually blow up the school. A new girl has started at St. Hope's, and becomes the prime suspect, but Oscar thinks otherwise.
9 (58) "Bully Elliot" Elliot Cobbs Simon Hook Keith Brumpton and Simon Allen 28 February 2011 (2011-02-28)[82]
Steve Cobbs, CEO of PearNet has received numerous threats to stop the launch of the Pear-ental Guidance Kit. The team managed to stop a bombing, laid by a ballerina. The team investigates a ballet school and capture their suspect, but the real enemy is still lurking.
10 (59) "Tim Brown's SKUL Days" The Grand Master and Jade Dixon-Halliday Simon Hook Keith Brumpton and Nathan Cockerill 7 March 2011 (2011-03-07)[83]
When the team discovers that SKUL are running an academy that trains teenagers to be SKUL agents, Oscar goes undercover to investigate Operation Z-12 despite Stark's mistrust. But over time, Oscar's attitude towards M.I.9 changes, and The Grand Master has a surprise up his sleeve for Oscar.
11 (60) "The First to Crack" Quillian Pendrix and The Grand Master Richard Elson Nathan Cockerill 14 March 2011 (2011-03-14)[84]
When a deadly poison is stolen from M.I.9, the team suspects eccentric puzzle maker Quillian Pendrix. After he announces a competition with the five winners being given a tour of his puzzle factory, Rose steps up. The team must find the poison, get it back to M.I.9 safely, and avoid detection.
12 (61) "Day of the Jacket" Dr Carla Baxter and Ivan Orfalkald Richard Elson Peter Kerry 21 March 2011 (2011-03-21)[85]
M.I.9 scientist Dr Carla Baxter is kidnapped by an assassin, who wants to steal top secret files that have been transferred to St Hope's. Baxter's invention, the Camoguise Jacket has the ability to disguise anyone. Three new students start at St. Hope's and the spies believe that one of them is the enemy.
13 (62) "The Lost Hero" The Grand Master Mat King Nathan Cockerill 21 March 2011 (2011-03-21)[85]
After learning that his mother has been moved to a 'more comfortable cell', Oscar walks-out on M.I.9 and plans to infiltrate SKUL and destroy it from the inside. The Grand Master tests Oscar's loyalty by having him kidnap the Head of M.I.9, but locks him up with the Head, revealing that he never trusted him. Rose and Carrie find Oscar's missing father Edward who infiltrated SKUL and go to rescue Oscar and the Head. But The Grand Master has activated the base's self-destruct and with Edward's leg broken, they must leave him behind. Oscar refuses to let his father go and runs back into the base with only minutes left.

Series 6 (2013)[edit]

After a 16-month break, M.I. High was renewed for a sixth series in early 2013. The first broadcast of the show was aired on the CBBC channel on Monday 7 January 2013. Jonny Freeman was still playing his part as Frank London, the school caretaker and the head of the M.I. High project but was joined by four new characters: Zoe (Natasha Watson), Aniesha Jones (Oyiza Momoh), Dan Morgan (Sam Strike) and Tom Tupper (Oscar Jacques).[86] The M.I. High project has been moved to a new school called Bleakwood Academy but in the first episode it is later renamed as Saint Heart's.[87][88] However, in series 7 episode 2 St Hearts celebrates its centenary, suggesting that the year before they restored its previous name. With the character of Rose (Rachel Petladwala) leaving at the end of series 5, Mr. Flatley (Chris Stanton) is now the only character to appear in all of the series as the Headmaster of both schools that hosted the M.I. High project.

Episode No. Title Villains Director Writer Original Air Date
1 (63) "The Fall of SKUL" (Part 1) The Grand Master Simon Hynd
Richard Senior (title sequence)
Nathan Cockerill
Malcolm McGonigle (title sequence)
7 January 2013 (2013-01-07)[89]

The old M.I. High team have graduated and spy handler, Frank London, is on the lookout for a new bunch of intrepid young secret agents to face a global network of evil enemies. Three teenagers who use their unusual talents for dubious purposes are selected. Signing up for spy duties are: super resourceful action man Daniel Morgan, master of disguise Aneisha Jones and tech genius Tom Tupper. In this explosive first episode, the new team embark on their first mission, intercepting the shipment of SKUL's ultimate weapon. The weapon turns out to be a teenage girl called V:9:5:Z:0:E:6 (who later becomes Zoe), but there is an even deadlier enemy waiting in the wings.

Note: This episode was originally edited into a 55 minute special with Trojan KORPS[89] but has also be aired separately as a 28 minute episode, 12 February 2013.[90]
2 (64) "Trojan KORPS" (Part 2) The Crime Minister and The Mastermind Simon Hynd Ben Ward 7 January 2013 (2013-01-07)[89]

Tempers flare and loyalties are tested when a series of embarrassing incidents threaten to bring down M.I.9. The team suspect a resurgent enemy organisation called KORPS of coordinating a sting against them, but having seen KORPS destroyed ten years ago, Frank refuses to believe that they still exist. The team must figure out if there is an enemy agent in their midst or if they are dealing with a foe more cunning than SKUL.

Note: This episode was originally edited into a 55 minute special with The Fall of SKUL[89] but has also be aired separately as a 28 minute episode, 12 February 2013.[90]
3 (65) "Grosse Encounters" fake Edwin Grosse, The Crime Minister and
The Mastermind
Simon Hynd Malcolm McGonigle 14 January 2013 (2013-01-14)[91]
A mysterious fireball crashes in the woods near St. Heart's. Believing it to be a U.F.O., curious students swarm the crash site which turns out to be an enemy satellite with military base information from across Europe. Mr. Grosse, a government agent in charge of the crash site, is revealed to be an impostor working for KORPS. The team must recover the satellite's black box before it falls into enemy hands.
4 (66) "The Face Of Revenge" Cuthbert Peabody Richard Senior Nathan Cockerill 25 February 2013 (2013-02-25)
(Delayed Broadcast)[92]
Shunned by the pop world for not having superstar looks, embittered music mogul Cuthbert Peabody hijacks a new M.I.9 invention capable of changing a person's face. He turns popstar Calvin Lame's latest hit single into a weapon to use against the people who he holds responsible for his failure - pop fans. The team must crack an elaborate musical code in order to stop him, but without a musical bone between them, they must turn to an unlikely ally for help - Byron.
5 (67) "Mission: Incredible" Janus Simon Hynd Jonny Kurman 21 January 2013 (2013-01-21)[93]
The team are given their first international assignment in the rogue state of Boldovia where the local secret service has developed a data mining device capable of destroying M.I.9. On a high octane mission in a foreign land where nothing is what it seems and no one can be trusted, the team must succeed, or risk the destruction of M.I.9.
6 (68) "The Hive" The Crime Minister Adrian McDowall Jonny Kurzman 28 January 2013 (2013-01-28)[94]
On a campaign to get kids eating more healthily and concentrate at school, St. Heart's is chosen by celebrity chef Jimmy Jubbly as a test bed for his new health drink - Jubblyade. But Aneisha is quick to discover that it is affecting everyone's behaviour, making them operate with a hive mind.
7 (69) "Old School" Jemima Thursday Adrian McDowall Chris Lindsay (story)
David Hancock (editing)
Simon Allen (rewrites)
4 February 2013 (2013-02-04)[95]
Out of sync with the times, an old-school spy infiltrates the St. Heart's spybase and hijacks an M.I.9 invention capable of upgrading M.I.9's technology. Once she reverses it, she offers Dan the chance to join the 'old school spies'. With the world's technology being downgraded at an alarming rate, the rest of the team must convince Dan to change his mind, and reverse the damage.
8 (70) "The Germinator" Bobby Bleach and The Crime Minister Simon Hynd Nathan Cockerill 11 February 2013 (2013-02-11)[96]
Funded by KORPS, scientific genius Bobby Bleach has brought the country to its knees by releasing a plague of airborne supergerms which have incapacitated everyone who breathes them in. Tom is the only member of the team who escaped infection, and must overcome his fear of being in the field and stop Bleach before it is too late.
9 (71) "The Dark Wizard" The Dark Wizard
(A.K.A. William Todd Williams)
Richard Senior Jonny Kurzman 18 February 2013 (2013-02-18)[97]
Top secret scientific components are being stolen by a thief dressed as a character from a best-selling series of fantasy novels. The team go undercover at a fantasy convention only to discover the threat is far greater than they'd anticipated. Someone is plotting planet-wide destruction in order to make the post-apocalyptic world of the books a reality. Dan must put his faith in the power of imagination to defeat the evil Dark Wizard.
10 (72) "One Flew Over the Budgie's Cage" Dr Retentive and The Crime Minister Richard Senior Malcolm McGonigle 4 March 2013 (2013-03-04)[98]
After being haunted by memories of a terrible decision which cost the lives of his entire team in the final battle with KORPS over ten years ago, Frank is sent to a nightmare treatment centre to prevent his sleepwalking from blowing his cover. But KORPS have infiltrated the facility and have been stealing government secrets right from the brains of agents. With the threat of nuclear destruction looming, the team are faced with their most difficult dilemma yet - to save Frank's life, or rescue Britain from catastrophe.
11 (73) "Prison Break" Arme Gonnerson Richard Senior Ben Ward 11 March 2013 (2013-03-11)[99]
Sent to Uttland on the pretense of being on a school trip, the team must break into the country's deepest, darkest prison to help a former KORPS leader escape. But things go awry when their classmates are falsely imprisoned by fearsome prison warden, Arme Gonnersson. The team must jailbreak their entire class without blowing their cover. Zoe discovers from the former KORPS leader that she may be the daughter of The Mastermind.
12 (74) "Inheritance" Kloe (B:9:2:K:L:O:E:7) Adrian McDowall Ben Ward 18 March 2013 (2013-03-18)[100]
Briefed to protect Grand Duke Nicholas, the heir to the throne of a small European state who has had kidnap threats made against him, the team hide him at St. Heart's, where the arrogant prince must learn to behave as a commoner with hilarious consequences. During this episode, Zoe is still shaken by the fact that she may be the daughter of The Mastermind. She uses her DNA and finds she has a sister, B:9:2:K:L:O:E:7 (Kloe) who is later revealed to have tampered genes. She's dangerous, and can't become an M.I.9 agent. Kidnapping the heir and demanding 10 million pounds, Zoe must stop her sister, alone. After the mission is over, Frank tracks Zoe's DNA all around the world, and sees that there are many matches. Too many.
13 (75) "The Final Endgame" Dr Steinberg, The Crime Minister and
The Mastermind
Adrian McDowall Ben Ward
Ben Ward & Nathan Cockerill (story)
25 March 2013 (2013-03-25)[101]
Pieces of the jigsaw puzzle begin to fall into place when the team finally discover the grand scheme KORPS has spent the last ten years building towards. Zoe is kidnapped by KORPS and is revealed to be one of the many clones of The Mastermind. KORPS want to put his consciousness inside her brain, believing that she's the only perfect match. The team must find Zoe, and stop the mind transfer.

Series 7 (2014)[edit]

A seventh series was confirmed in 2013 with filming beginning in the summer of that same year. The series premiered on CBBC on 13 January 2014. Nathan Cockerill is contributing scripts,[102] and previous writers Malcolm McGonigle and Jonny Kurzman have also contributed one and two scripts respectively.[103][104] The series is produced by Eric Coulter.[104] The CBBC trailer confirmed the return of It confirmed the appearance of agents Tom Tupper, Dan Morgan,and (former) Zoe does not appear in series 7 but one of her sisters Keri does instead, Aneisha Jones, Frank and Stella; and the student/staff appearances of Mr. Flatley, Mrs. King, Roly, and two new students, Preston[105] and Lady J. Byron.[106]

Episode No. Title Villains Director Writer Original Air Date
1 (76) "The Mayze" Dr Linus Currie, The Crime Minister
and The Mastermind
Richard Senior[108] Ben Ward
Ben Ward & Nathan Cockerill (story)
13 January 2014 (2014-01-13)[107][109]
It is a new term at St. Heart's and with Zoe still away, spy handler Frank tasks the team with the mission of tracking down one of Zoe's remaining duplicates, Keri, who is the new intended host of The Mastermind's consciousness. It becomes a race against time to reach Keri first and save her from the clutches of KORPS.[107]
2 (77) "Frankenstein" Super-Soldier Frank Richard Senior[108] Nathan Cockerill
Nathan Cockerill & Ben Ward (story)
20 January 2014 (2014-01-20)[110]
Keri's first mission as a fully-fledged M.I.9 agent comes sooner than anyone expected when the team discover an abandoned KORPS base beneath the school playground. Keen to investigate, their efforts are repeatedly hampered by the Saint Heart's centenary celebrations. As a terrible storm closes in, Frank begins acting strangely. When they finally uncover the truth about KORPS' long-forgotten experiments to create monstrous Super-Soldiers, they worry that it is too late to save their beloved boss and prevent the fancy dress disco becoming a Gothic horror nightmare.[108]
3 (78) "The Man Who Drew Tomorrow" The Crime Minister Richard Senior[108] Jonny Kurzman 27 January 2014 (2014-01-27)[111]
The team are sent to investigate Derren Beige, a flamboyant clairvoyant whose previously pathetic predictions have suddenly become scarily accurate. But Derren is kidnapped from right under the agents' noses, leaving M.I.9 boss Stella far from impressed. Suspended from duty, the team must race against time to figure out how Derren uses drawings to predict the future, then rescue him before his new-found powers fall into the hands of his dangerous captives.[108]
4 (79) "Revenge is Sweet" President Carlotta James Henry Malcolm McGonigle 3 February 2014 (2014-02-03)[112]
When government food advisor George Monoblot is sacked after highlighting the dangers of a revolutionary sugar substitute, Cupodium, he seeks retribution and unleashes a virulent form of the substance into the food chain. The team must find the antidote and stop Monoblot before the school and whole country is affected and subsequently destroyed by the final stage of the compound - Rage.
5 (80) "The Shadow Games" Alexis von Hades and SKAPULA Assassins James Henry[113] Ben Ward
Ben Ward & Nathan Cockerill (story)
10 February 2014 (2014-02-10)[114]
During a successful M.I.9 mission to secure the deadly assassin Samantha Stiletto, KORPS mistakes Keri for the assassin. Keri takes Stiletto's place in the world's most deadly tournament, The Shadow Games, where the winner will become the new Shadow Master of SKAPULA, KORPS' assassination division. The team's only chance of rescuing her is to rely on ex-Shadow Master, Alexis von Hades, who is far from trustworthy.
6 (81) "The Beginning" Dr Linus Currie, The Crime Minister (present)
and Walter M Dainbridge (flashbacks)
James Henry[113] Nathan Cockerill
Nathan Cockerill & Ben Ward (story)
17 February 2014 (2014-02-17)[115]
After learning that KORPS have a weapon of mass destruction, the team travels back to the 1940s to learn about the origins of the 'WMD' and the true history of M.I.High.[115]
7 (82) "Return of the Dark Wizard" The Dark Wizard Adrian Mead[113][117] Jonny Kurzman 24 February 2014 (2014-02-24)[116]
Tom discovers the online Dark Wizard avatar from Blade Quest has become self-aware.[116]
8 (83) "Free Runner" Lloyd Lewis and Sergei Alexzandrov Adrian Mead[113][117] Nathan Cockerill
Nathan Cockerill & Ben Ward (story)
3 March 2014 (2014-03-03)[118]
Dan joins a free running group that has been accused of committing crimes. Stella goes undercover on a teaching job for Saint Hearts.
9 (84) "The League of Mata Hari[119]" Stella Knight and The League of Mata Hari Adrian Mead[113][117] Ben Ward
Ben Ward & Nathan Cockerill (story)
10 March 2014 (2014-03-10)[119]

Frank is asked to join a secret order within M.I.9 called the League of Mata Hari. However, the curious team uncovers a criminal conspiracy that runs throughout M.I.9.

Note: Listed on BBC iPlayer and CBBC website as "The League of Matahari".
10 (85) "Sad Men" Mr Scraper Adrian Mead[113][117] Simon Allen[120] 17 March 2014 (2014-03-17)[121]
M.I.9 have acquired a fragmented message from the terror organisation 99p. They are a group that is dedicated to bringing down the world's economy to 99p. The message reveals that the group is going to attack the M.I.9 Communication Centre and Dan, Aneisha and Keri go to investigate but are attacked by the group. After managing to escape, the team question how 99p managed to find the centre. An external breach is to blame, leading the team to believe that Scraper Associates are at fault, being the only non-M.I.9 personnel to have access to facilities. Meanwhile at St Hearts, after having many billboards installed, by the same Scraper Associates, Mr Flatley and the students try to come up with an advert to promote their school.
11 (86) "The Problem Probe" Android Mandy Pluckey
and The Crime Minister
Richard Senior[108] Simon Allen[120] 24 March 2014 (2014-03-24)[122]
Mandy Pluckley, the country's top 'agony aunt', has been abducted by KORPS. She is the sworn confidant of the Prime Minister and he is dependent on her. Without her guidance, he has started to lose his mind and sense of reality. Making matters worse, in three hours, the British Government is holding the Unity Summit which puts every country's defences under a single system. His only permitted aide is Mandy and the team need to find her so that the PM can complete his duties at the Summit. After barely competing their mission, the PM sees their close call as a danger and orders them to be stood down, permanently. Meanwhile at St Heart's, Mrs King is shocked when she receives a letter informing her that a student has complained to the Education Minister about her. She vows to find the culprit no matter what.
12 (87) "We Need to Talk About KORTEX" (Part 1) Hamish Campbell, The Crime Minister
and The Mastermind
Richard Senior[108] Ben Ward
Ben Ward & Nathan Cockerill (story)
31 March 2014 (2014-03-31)[123]

The MI High team have set up their own agency after being fired from M.I.9. After many unsatisfying missions and almost quitting the job completely, they get the call they've been waiting for. Edward Lambsbottom, a senior technician at GDHQ (the government's secret listening station), has intercepted a conversation with the Crime Minister. She was discussing KORTEX and that KORPS are planning to assassinate the Deputy Prime Minister. He tried getting this information to M.I.9 but saw his new boss, Martin Strong, destroying evidence. The MI High team take this information to Frank, who still has a job at M.I.9, to try and figure out what's going on.

Note: This episode was originally edited into a 55-minute special with "The Last Stand"[123] but will also be aired separately as a 28-minute episode, 6 April 2014.[124]
13 (88) "The Last Stand" (Part 2) Hamish Campbell, Mike Stern,
The Crime Minister and The Mastermind
Richard Senior[108] Nathan Cockerill
Nathan Cockerill & Ben Ward (story)
31 March 2014 (2014-03-31)[123]

The team, Frank, and Stella have gone into hiding as M.I.9 has been taken over by KORPS. As KORPS' plans are nearing completion, the team must act fast. Frank tells them about 'The Heart', a rumoured super computer that controls all of KORPS' networks. They plan to destroy it but the only problem is that it is located at KORPS Central HQ which has never been found. Tom comes up with an idea and the group break back into their base under St. Heart's. Tom reveals that he made a gadget that contains a microchip that holds an anti-virus before they were fired, it will make Keri reject The Mastermind's consciousness if KORPS try to transfer it. It also contains a tracking device, so if Keri gives herself up, KORPS will take her to their HQ, leading to The Heart. Keri accepts, but the team also have far more pressing matters to worry about. Meanwhile, Evelyn Baxter is bent on taking over the country, and then destroying it.

Note: This episode was originally edited into a 55-minute special with "We Need to Talk About KORTEX"[123] but will also be aired separately as a 28-minute episode, 13 April 2014.[125]

Future[edit]

In a web chat online question and answering session on the BBC website, the question was asked "Will there be another series of mi high?" and Johnny Freeman answered saying "There won't be a new series this year."[126]

On Richard Senior (director) Twitter account he posted a message saying "That's the end - for now. It's finished in its current form. But the M.I.High project has been reborn before..."[127]

Oscar Jacques who portrays Tom Tupper also confirmed this in a tweet.[128]

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