Rosemary & Thyme: Season 2, Episode 1

The Memory of Water (3 Oct. 2004)

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While working on restoring an Elizabethan garden, Rosemary witnesses the owner's cousin commit suicide only to later see him alive and well at an open-air market.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Beard ...
Martin Frazer
Carolyn Backhouse ...
Suzanne Frazer
Sandra Reinton ...
Gwynne Evans
Simon Kunz ...
Chris Stevens
Danielle Tilley ...
Katie Stevens
Philip McGough ...
George Hamilton Teed
Simon Lenagan ...
Warwick Jardine
Sebastian Abineri ...
George Plummer
James Smith ...
Huxton Rymer
Jonathan Slinger ...
Rupert Waldo


While restoring a walled garden at Lyvedon Manor, a member of the property owner's family is thought to have drowned. When he is seen alive, Laura and Rosemary decide to investigate this family, their friends, and the prisoners hired for the garden restoration, only to discover the true identity of the victim and the reason behind the deadly masquerade. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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The author of the book "Oktober", which proves to be a clue in the mystery, is Stephen Gallagher, the writer of this episode. See more »


When Laura picks up the bloodied hammer from the pile, you can see the camera peeking out from under the tarp to her left. See more »


Chris Stevens: Anyone can have a wild and irrational flight of fancy any time. I know I can.
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References The Quatermass Xperiment (1955) See more »

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Interesting episode -- part two...
30 June 2009 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

ROSEMARY & THYME fans should enjoy this episode--although I've only seen Part Two. I stayed with it until the conclusion.

Part II doesn't spend as much time in the garden routine as other episodes but has a wider scope including what appears to be an accidental drowning--or was the man pushed? As usual, the two friends go about quietly sniffing for clues and everyone is under suspicion. Principal character called Martin gets the most attention and is well played by TOM BEARD.

FELICITY KENDAL and PAM FERRIS are excellent, as always, and the busy plot will have you guessing "who done it" and why.

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