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Kevin Whately (Joe Maddison's War, The Children) stars as Inspector Robbie Lewis, ably assisted by Laurence Fox (W.E., Wired) as his partner DS James Hathaway. Together they investigate more murder mysteries against the historic and glorious backdrop of Oxford and its University Campus. Clare Holman (Death in Paradise, Hunter) returns as Dr Laura Hobson, alongside Rebecca Front (The Thick of It, Grandma's House) as Chief Superintendent Innocent.
Episodes: Down Among the Fearful; The Ramblin' Boy; Intelligent Design
Down Among the Fearful
When psychologist Reuben Beatty is murdered while moonlighting as a psychic Lewis and Hathaway struggle to unpick his baffling double life. Dark forces are at work, and not just in the afterlife. Written by Simon Block and directed by Brian Kelly, Down Among the Fearful will guest star Neil Stuke (Poirot, Silk), Dominic Mafham (DCI Banks, Land Girls) and Sanjeev Bhaskar (Silent Witness, The Indian Doctor).
The Ramblin' Boy
Chief Superintendent Martin Cornish goes missing and a recently embalmed body is discovered by an isolated farm track - could there be a link? Hathaway goes on sabbatical and Lewis takes an awkward young constable under his wing. The Ramblin' Boy is written by Lucy Gannon and directed by Dan Read. The film guest stars Peter Davison (Law & Order: UK, New Tricks), Lucy Speed (EastEnders, The Bill) and Tom Brooke (Restless, Mrs Biggs).
After seven years of ducking the question, Lewis and Hobson are embarking on a relationship. Meanwhile an elderly don is murdered on the night of his release from prison. Written by Stephen Churchett and directed by Tim Fywell, the guest stars include writer Stephen Churchett (Law & Order: UK, EastEnders), Alison Steadman (Little Crackers, Gavin & Stacey), and Edward Fox (Marple, Oliver Twist).
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Series 7 is a three episode collection ( erroneously split by a week in installments). The subject matter is typical Oxford in the, dare I say it, 'Morse and Lewis' tradition. Lewis, however is his own man, and the finale is cleverly manouvered to the obvious personal end points for him, blind to the mutual needs of himself and colleague, pathologist Laura Hobson (Clare Holman) and Hathaway's self-searching need for fulfillment. A parting of the ways but the series remain for hours of pleasure. The last episode was melodramatic and emotional, but appropriate. Thanks to all involved.
Successful as always, but retirement age is approaching, so what next?
Each of the three episodes is feature-length, total running time is approximately 266 minutes; English subtitles; but no Specials! The three episodes:
Down Among the Fearful
Cramped in rooms in his Oxford college with his wife and baby, psychology student Reuben Beatty leads a double life, moonlighting as a psychic. He hopes to make more money for his young family, but these aspirations are dashed when he is found mysteriously murdered after a session; his wife has no idea what her husband has been up to. Lewis and Hathaway investigate the world of psychic mediums in Oxford, not all is easily explained through rational means. Meanwhile, Dr. Laura Hobson subtlety seems to recognize that her feelings for the kind and jocular Lewis have deepened.
The Ramblin' Boy
All goes awry after a party at a local big-shot's (Peter Davison) mansion. At the mortuary, bodies appear to be getting mixed-up, whilst an old philandering colleague of D.I. Lewis, Chief Superintendent Martin Cornish, has gone missing. The narrative expands from the environs of Oxford, to Bosnia. The best part of this is that it shows Hathaway off on a "sabbatical," searching for meaning by volunteering in poverty-stricken areas. One story-thread follows a suspicious female professor who has a bad history with men, who is overly obsessed with the girlfriend of another suspect, the "ramblin' boy," who is failing university. His emigre father has serious booze issues, and was present at the party that started the mystery. The relationship between Laura and Robbie deepens, over delicious take-out.
Beautifully filmed, in a loving ode to Oxford, this last mystery resolves loose threads; it's s worthy send-off. We're back in traditional Morse/Lewis habitat now, with power-hungry Oxford Dons, gleaming science laboratories, and voraciously ambitious students. A man is released from prison, soon to meet a grisly end. Turns out he is a highly accomplished Oxford scientist who thoroughly disliked his holier-than-thou wife, and that he had killed a young girl in a drunk driving accident. In true "Lewis" style, a la Morse, during construction, a dessicated body is found in the Church attic where the murdered man's wife is Reverend. Meanwhile, Lewis considers retirement, in order to spend more time with his family and on his relationship with Dr. Hobson. Hathaway is disgusted by his own growing cynicism towards all suspects. All concludes at a familiar table at a pub, with pints at sunset. Enjoy!
If only there were a Special, with interviews, to follow this up ...
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