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Adam and his associates ponder the cause of the behavior changes of some of the town people who became part of the Happy Day group then consult Dai who Matt says is immune to the Happy Day influence. Then Matt demonstrates the ability to see the activities of Dr. Lyle in a vision that doesn't match the doctor's story. Written by David Foss

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The series places a great deal of emphasis on the stones surrounding the village, with the inhabitants trapped within, while Hendrick's manor house is in the relative center of the circle. None of this matches the actual layout of the stones at Avebury (where the series was filmed) which form two small and one broader circle slightly east of the town while most of the town itself, including the manor house and church (where much of the series action is set) are well outside the stone circle's circumference, See more »

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Time is beginning to run out.
31 December 2015 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Adam, Matthew, Margaret and the kids explain their theories about Milbury to the Doctor, but are they confiding in the right person or not? Rafael Hendrick extends an invitation to dinner to Adam and Margaret. Matthew picks up the Doctor's gloves and has a vision, but even the Doctor seems to have fallen under the spell of the stones, there are very few normal people left.

Iain Cuthbertson is a brilliant actor, extremely charismatic, he's been quite low key in the first few episodes, but now he is coming to the fore and becoming more prominent.

I found Part 4 more interesting, the story is finally beginning to unravel a bit more, are people turning into stones?

7/10


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