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"Inspector Lewis" (2006) More at IMDbPro »"Lewis" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
Year: 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Reputation

29 January 2006
DI Robert Lewis teams up with DS James Hathaway to look into the murder of an Oxford mathematics student.

Charlie Cox ... Danny Griffon

Sophie Winkleman ... Regan Peverill
Colin Starkey ... Bernard Beech
Jack Ellis ... Rex Griffon

Jemma Redgrave ... Trudi Griffon
Dennis Matsuki ... Mr. Tanigaki

Flora Spencer-Longhurst ... Jessica Pollock

Danny Webb ... Tom Pollock

Laurence Fox ... DS Hathaway

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Rosalyn Wright ... Air Stewardess
Alex Knight ... DI Knox

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Lizzy McInnerny ... Kate Jekyll

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Marc Elliott ... Hal Bose

Michael Maloney ... Ivor Denniston

Michael Hobbs ... Club Secretary
Adam Smethurst ... Locksmith
Mark Small ... Uniformed PC
Janet Maw ... Secretary
Colin Dexter ... College Porter (uncredited)
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. Foster (uncredited)

Curtis Rivers ... Johnny Griffon (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: Whom the Gods Would Destroy

18 February 2007
A middle-aged Oxford graduate is found murdered. The investigation implicates a senior university figure and leads to a long-hidden secret.
Sasha Behar ... Catherine Linn

Richard Lintern ... Sefton Linn
Crispin Redman ... Dean Greely

Sian Thomas ... Ingrid Nielson

Adrian Rawlins ... Harry Bundrick

Richard Dillane ... Theodore Platt

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Anna Massey ... Prof. Margaret Gold
Diana Payan ... Petra Bundrick

Anna Madeley ... Anne Sadikov

Ellie Kendrick ... Megan Linn
Nicola Redmond ... Tina Daniels
Martyn Whitby ... John Staunton
Mark Spalding ... Love Lines Supervisor

Andi Osho ... Receptionist (scenes deleted)
Colin Dexter ... Oxford Don in Dining Room (uncredited)

Christopher Fosh ... Policeman (uncredited)
Brian Teles ... Forensic Technician (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Old School Ties

25 February 2007
A former criminal computer hacker turned best-selling celebrity and one of his student sponsors are murdered after being invited to lecture at Oxford.

Owen Teale ... Nicky Turnbull
Don Gallagher ... Professor Weller
James Russell ... David Harvey
Frances Albery ... Jo Gilchrist
Emma Campbell-Webster ... Caroline Morton (as Emma Campbell Webster)
Tom Harper ... Stephen Gilchrist

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Stuart Milligan ... Webster

Sarah Quintrell ... Chloe
David Glover ... Rev Kennedy

Kay Lovelle ... Hotel Cleaner (as Ksenia Lavrentieva)

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Alex McSweeney ... Paul
Illona Linthwaite ... Daphne

Gina McKee ... Diane Turnbull

Pieter Lawman ... Jarvis
Maeve Malley-Ryan ... 2nd Reporter (as Maeve Rya)
Neil Madden ... 3rd Reporter
David Baukham ... Norman

Peter Symonds ... Jackson - Porter
Michael Wilson ... Prison Officer

Cathy Tyson ... Dr Patterson
Niall Refoy ... Charlie Read
Louis Hilyer ... Ray Hanson
Peter Aubrey ... Skinner

Ben Loyd-Holmes ... Muscle boy (uncredited)
Marlon Williams ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Expiation

4 March 2007
When an Oxford housewife is found hanged in her home, Lewis and Hathaway unearth a far darker murder case than the initial suicide verdict suggests.

Emma Croft ... Rachel Mallory

Eva Sayer ... Anna Mallory

James Wilby ... Hugh Mallory
Julia Joyce ... Izzie Mallory
Adam Parkinson ... Michael Hayward
Jonathan McCausland ... Lucas Hayward

Vincent Regan ... David Hayward

Lucy Robinson ... Louise Hayward

Pip Torrens ... Malcolm Croft
Ben Peel ... Student

John Wood ... Edward le Passiter

William Houston ... George Stoker
Carolyn Pickles ... Jane Templeton

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent
Sanchia McCormack ... Bella Shepherd
Josette Simon ... Stephanie Fielding
Jermaine Woods ... Daniel Fielding

Wanda Ventham ... Eleanor Mallory
Simon Evans ... Dr. Martin Cook (as Si Evans)

Timothy Carlton ... Harris

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Phoebe Nicholls ... Caroline Croft
Chris Sunley ... Technical Officer
Alma Ferovic ... Irina (uncredited)

Christopher Fosh ... Policeman (uncredited)
Louise Hickson ... Neurotic Client (uncredited)

Ben Loyd-Holmes ... Muscle Boy (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: And the Moonbeams Kiss the Sea

24 February 2008
The murder of a maintenance worker at the Bodleian Library and the death of a popular Art student seem to be linked.
Darren Clarke ... Chapman

Haydn Gwynne ... Sandra Walters
Sam Alexander ... Eric Jameson

Emily Beecham ... Nell Buckley

Tom Riley ... Philip Horton

Neil Pearson ... Dr. Stringer

Ian Burfield ... Jeffreys

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
James Weaver ... Baxter
Felix Scott ... Franklin (as Felixstowe Scott)

Jack Gordon ... James Coupland

Jeany Spark ... Jane Evans
Caleb Rowe ... Charles Williamson

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent
Julia St John ... Naomi Norris

Caroline O'Neill ... Susan Chapman (as Caroline O'Neil)
Billy Geraghty ... Jackson
Pippa Haywood ... Veronica Gray

William Hope ... Quentin Jackson (uncredited)

Ciaron Kelly ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Music to Die For

2 March 2008
Lewis investigates the garroting of an aging Oxford don planning an Wagnerian festival and discovers a tenuous connection to his former boss, Inspector Morse.

Tom Goodman-Hill ... Richard Helm
Niall Buggy ... R.G. Cole

Ben Batt ... Milo Hardy

Bradley James ... Jack Roth

Joanna Christie ... Sarah Kriel

Cheryl Campbell ... Valli Helm

Rachael Blake ... Ann Kriel
Paul Venables ... Hansie Kriel

Andrew Knott ... Ryan Gallen
Hosh Kane ... Tom Pettigrew

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

John Salthouse ... Charles Acres

Erich Redman ... Handke
Carl Isherwood ... Gateman (uncredited)
Laurence Richardson ... Police Constable (uncredited)

David Ross Elliott ... Art Gallery Owner (uncredited)
John Snowden ... Fight Promotor (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Magnus Helm (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Life Born of Fire

9 March 2008
The suicide of Hathaway's old friend tests his relationship with lewis as he must come to terms with ambivalence about his own sexual past.

Philip Battley ... Will McEwan

Matthew Marsh ... Henry McEwan

Ian McNeice ... Rev King

Rachael Stirling ... Zoë Kenneth

Chiké Okonkwo ... Jonjo Read

Kate Miles ... Nova Rose

Bruce Mackinnon ... Conan Jones (as Bruce MacKinnon)

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Michael Pennington ... Dr. Melville

Deborah Findlay ... Lady Hugh
Gillian Bevan ... Sadie McEwan

David Ryall ... Mr. Cooper

Oliver Milburn ... Charlie Newton

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent
Colin Dexter ... Man at Merton College Entrance (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Great and the Good

16 March 2008
Lewis and Hathaway become involved in the drugging and rape of a schoolgirl and discover that it is connected to several bizarre murders.
Laura Rees ... Beatrice Donnelly

Richard McCabe ... Gavin Matthews
Kwame Kwei-Armah ... Danny Adebayou

Jason Watkins ... Oswald Cooper

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis
Daniela Nardini ... Magda Donnelly

Sean McGinley ... Keiran Donnelly
Laura O'Toole ... Doctor

Emily Bruni ... Jessamine Matthews
Marian McLoughlin ... Phoebe

Tim Dutton ... Simon Ashton
Wendy Nottingham ... Susan Whelton

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Beth Goddard ... Belinda Ashton

Paul Anderson ... Frank Sporetti

Greg Bennett ... Police Constable (uncredited)
Colin Dexter ... Man Talking to Innocent at Party (uncredited)
Martin Heathcote ... Custody Sergeant (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Allegory of Love

21 February 2009
The fabulously successful Oxford-based fantasy novelist seems to Lewis to be the key to solving the bizarre murder of a beautiful woman with a mirror.

Katia Winter ... Marina Hartner

Tom Mison ... Dorian Crane

Louise Dylan ... Melanie Harding

Olly Alexander ... Hayden Wishart

Cara Horgan ... Alice Wishart

Art Malik ... Professor Hamid Jassim

James Fox ... Professor Norman Deering

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Anastasia Hille ... Ginny Harris
Adrian Lukis ... Jem Wishart

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Claire Brown ... Kelly Belford

Farzana Dua Elahe ... Leyla Adan

Selina Cadell ... Professor Rutherford
Mike Burnside ... Pub Landlord

Simon Kerr ... Canadian Tourist
Colin Dexter ... Man Leaving The Randolph (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Quality of Mercy

28 February 2009
Lewis investigates the murder of student Richard Scott. He was killed just before premiering The Merchant of Venice. During the investigation Lewis gets personally involved.
Jo Herbert ... Sally

Bryan Dick ... Phil Beaumont

Ronan Vibert ... Simon Monkford
Shaughan Seymour ... Graham Wilkinson
Aled Pedrick ... Duffy

Daisy Lewis ... Emma Golding

Daniel Sharman ... Richard Scott
Abby Ford ... Isabel Dawson
Tariq Jordan ... Barham Rezvani

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Sonya Cassidy ... Alison
Maureen Beattie ... Professor Denise Gregson

Geoffrey Breton ... Joe Myers (as Geoff Breton)

Annabelle Dowler ... Christine Harper
Nicholas Pritchard ... Professor James Alderson

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Shereen Martin ... Amanda Costello (as Shereen Martineau)

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent
Penny Bunton ... Mrs Scott
William Petrie ... Webster

Gwilym Lee ... Terry Bainbridge
Jeanie Gold ... Sunbed Lady (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Point of Vanishing

7 March 2009
A former religious fanatic who deliberately tried to kill an outspoken atheist in a car crash but only succeeded in crippling his daughter is murdered.

Ophelia Lovibond ... Jessica Rattenbury
Danny Midwinter ... Steven Mullan
Dougal Irvine ... Alex Hadley

Julian Wadham ... Tom Rattenbury

Jenny Seagrove ... Cecile Rattenbury

Zoe Boyle ... Hope Ransome

Ben Aldridge ... Daniel Rattenbury
Kellie Shirley ... Madeleine Cotton

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Catherine Walker ... Fiona McKendrick

Tim Treloar ... Marc Cotton
Susan Tracy ... Frances Wheeler

Michael Simkins ... Manfred Canter
Simon Shackleton ... Canter's Lawyer
Alan Bond ... Reporter (uncredited)
Colin Dexter ... Man in wheelchair in gallery (uncredited)
Emma Holmes ... Journalist (uncredited)
Simon John Wilson ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Counter Culture Blues

14 March 2009
The lead singer of a 60s rock band who is believed to have committed suicide 35 years earlier suddenly materializes and wants to reorganize the group.

Daniel Kaluuya ... Declan
Paul Panting ... Craig Bell

Tom Kane ... Lucas (as Thomas Kane)

Perdita Weeks ... Kitten

Nick Malinowski ... Reverend Armstrong

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

David Hayman ... Richie Maguire
Trevor Byfield ... Bone (as Zig Byfield)

Joanna Lumley ... Esmé Ford

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway
Jessica Manley ... Jo
Renee Montemayor ... Jacinta

Anthony Higgins ... Franco
Philip Correia ... Concierge

Simon Callow ... Vernon Oxe

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Isobel Middleton ... Samantha Wheeler

Harry Lloyd ... Peter

Junix Inocian ... Felipe

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent
Hilton McRae ... Mack
Olivia Scott ... Receptionist

Shola Adewusi ... Cleaner
Jane Bertish ... Dr Frisch

Helen Baxendale ... Caroline

Nicholas Briggs ... Solicitor
Maggie Bell ... Esmé Ford (singing voice) (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Dead of Winter

2 May 2010
Murders occur in Crevecoeur Hall, a lavish Oxford estate where Hathaway's father was in service and he spent his boyhood.

Season 4, Episode 2: Dark Matter

9 May 2010
An Oxford professor, also an amateur astronomer and recently renewed churchgoer, is found dead in the school observatory under suspicious circumstances.

Warren Clarke ... Roger Temple

Deborah Cornelius ... Dr Ella Ransome

Christopher Bowen ... Professor Andrew Crompton

Sophie Ward ... Isobel Crompton

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Robert Hardy ... Sir Arnold Raeburn
Ruby Thomas ... Kate Cameron

Diana Quick ... Gwen Raeburn

Anthony Calf ... Malcolm Finniston
Jonathan Cullen ... Father Francis

Annabelle Apsion ... Babs Temple

Andrew Hawley ... Jez Haydock (as Andrew Hawyley)

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Bernard Lloyd ... Ted Temple
Liz Crowther ... Mrs Leeming

Ben Addis ... Junior Porter
Nicholas Howe ... Undergraduate

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent
Robin Kermode ... Interviewer
Chris Wilson ... Police Firearms Tech (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Your Sudden Death Question

16 May 2010
Six couples gather at Chaucer College for a competitive weekend 5000 pound trivia contest but several of he participants are summarily murdered.

Adam James ... Ethan Croft
Susannah Doyle ... Jean Croft
Ruth Gemmell ... Robyn Strong

Sally Bretton ... Eve Rigby

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Ian Mercer ... Lester Garvey

Anna Koval ... Diane Baxter

Jamie Michie ... Brian Kaye

Alan Davies ... Marcus Richards

Timothy West ... Donald Terry

Jack Fox ... Alfie Wilkinson

Tabitha Wady ... Ava Taylor

Nicholas Farrell ... Charles Milner
Natalie Dew ... Sophie Barton

Alastair Mackenzie ... Sebastian Anderson
Emma Cleasby ... Jessica Neill

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Rose Heiney ... Rosamund Franklin
Kazia Pelka ... Susan Banks
Helen Grace ... Gwen Milner

Paul Reynolds ... Mr. Davies

Season 4, Episode 4: Falling Darkness

30 May 2010
During a Halloween, one of Dr Hobson's college roommates is found dead with a stake through her heart and a garlic bulb in her mouth.

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things

3 April 2011
As the last remaining all-women's college in Oxford is bidding farewell to one of its most distinguished professors, murder rears its ugly head.

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Zoe Telford ... Freya Carlisle
Melanie Kilburn ... Pauline Turrill

Kathryn O'Reilly ... Poppy Toynton

Juliet Stevenson ... Diana Ellerby

Shannon Tarbet ... Samantha Coyle (as Shannon Tarbett)
Joanne Pearce ... Marion Ferber

Hattie Morahan ... Ruth Brooks
Stephanie Street ... Lakshmi Eyre

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Antonia Campbell-Hughes ... Chloe Brooks

James Davies ... Jarvis Patterson (as Brenan Davies)

Saskia Reeves ... Alison McLennan

Hassani Shapi ... Dr. Copeland
Ian Bleasdale ... Mr. Festing
James Rochfort ... Edward Florey
Adam Garrett ... Delivery Man

Orlando Seale ... Dr. Beckham
Dylan Charles ... Adrian Royal
Violet Macdonald ... Young Freya (uncredited)

Susannah Todd ... Alumnae guest (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Wild Justice

10 April 2011
During an ecumenical conference in formerly Catholic St. Gerard's college, the poisoning of a female black American bishop triggers a series of bizarre murders.

Ronald Pickup ... Fr Moreno Mancini

Siân Phillips ... Adele Goffe

Pamela Nomvete ... Helen Parsons

Christopher Timothy ... Barry Winter

Daniel Ryan ... Felix Sansome

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Amelia Bullmore ... Caroline Hope

Sorcha Cusack ... Prof Joanna Pinnock

Amanda Ryan ... Gina Goffe

Paul Anderson ... Alastair Darlow

Nicholas Sidi ... Stephen Blackmore (as Nick Sidi)

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Aisling Bea ... Hotel Receptionist

Scott Arthur ... Constable
Amber Aga ... DC Karen Middleton (as Amber Agar)

Graham Curry ... City Council Worker (uncredited)
Ruth Rickman ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: The Mind Has Mountains

17 April 2011
The ethics of a questionable drug on the Oxford campus of anti-depressants calls into account the questionable judgment of a psychiatry professor.

Douglas Henshall ... Alex Gansa

Jack Roth ... Jack Collins

Nichola Burley ... Karen Wilde
Florence Brudenell-Bruce ... Amy Katz
Sophie Stanton ... Shauna Malin

Thomas Brodie-Sangster ... Adam Douglas

Lucy Liemann ... Bethan Vickery

Christina Cole ... Claire Gansa

Sam Hazeldine ... Dane Wise

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Fiona Wade ... Meera

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Alex Macqueen ... Dr. Julius Fisher (as Alex MacQueen)
Michael Shelford ... PC Baynes
Alton Letto ... Gurdip Sohal
Kemi-bo Millar ... WPC Julie Lockhart
Jay Villiers ... David Katz

Sylvestra Le Touzel ... Caroline Eagleton

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent
Ben Righton ... TV News Reporter

Pippa Bennett-Warner ... Female Reporter
Teresa Mahoney ... Alumnae (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: The Gift of Promise

24 April 2011
When a retired MI5 official writes her best-selling memoirs, a chapter in her book about an unsolved IRA cold case causes consternation and ultimately several murders.
Matt Orton ... Elmo Woodeson

Cherie Lunghi ... Grace Orde

Lucy Boynton ... Zoe Suskin

David Westhead ... Leon Suskin

Anna Chancellor ... Judith Suskin

Lorcan Cranitch ... Liam Cullen
Charlie Roe ... Ronald Marsden

Mark Aiken ... Donald Voss

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Elize du Toit ... Andrea De Ritter (as Elize Du Toit)

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Gabrielle Lloyd ... Eileen Norman

Leanne Rowe ... Carly Cliff

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Sagar Arya ... Doctor

Michelle Luther ... Nurse
Joy Blakeman ... DC Madge
Edsel Kragg ... Police Sergeant (uncredited)

Natalia Ryumina ... Karolina (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: The Soul of Genius

16 May 2012
A scholar obsessed with Lewis Carroll's poem "The Hunting of the Snark" is found buried in the botanical gardens frequented by the author during his life.

Daisy May ... Mia Wallace
Oliver Johnstone ... Vincent Vega

Annabel Mullion ... Thea Falconer

James Fleet ... Dr. Alex Falconer
Nadine Lewington ... Liv Nash

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Alex Jennings ... Rev Conor Hawes

Barry Aird ... Security Man

Matilda Ziegler ... Helena Wright

Richard Durden ... John Gracey

Celia Imrie ... Michelle Marber
Lotte Rice ... Kirsty
Paul Jerricho ... Mr. Atkins
Carol Cummings ... Academic (uncredited)
Martyn Mayger ... Gardener (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Generation of Vipers

23 May 2012
When it becomes widely known that a best-selling feminist author and lecturer has joined an Internet dating site, she apparently commits suicide.

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Jason Durr ... DI Peterson

Julie Cox ... Miranda Thornton
Royce Pierreson ... Oliver Bowcock

Freddie Fox ... Sebastian Dromgoole

Roxanne McKee ... Briony Keagan
Jack Holden ... Ben Newbound

Josh O'Connor ... Charlie Stephenson

Toby Stephens ... David Connelly

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Don Warrington ... Marcus Harding
Alexander Hanson ... Francis Mitchell (as Alex Hanson)

Katie McGuinness ... Samantha Earnshaw

Kemi-Bo Jacobs ... WPC Julie Lockhart

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Daniel Lapaine ... Kit Renton

Kate Maravan ... Susanna Leland
Alton Letto ... Gurdip Sohal

Tanya Moodie ... Felicity Prior
Jo-Anne Stockham ... Helen Mitchell
John Flanagan ... Tony Mangold

Greg Bennett ... Police Constable (uncredited)
Colin Dexter ... Man talking with Marcus Harding in courtyard (uncredited)
Fred Dinenage ... TV News Presenter (uncredited)

Lee Nicholas Harris ... SO19 Armed Police Officer (uncredited)
Glen Stanway ... Police Constable (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Fearful Symmetry

30 May 2012
After a pretty graduate student moonlighting as a baby sitter is found bound on a bed and smothered, it is found that she posed for provocative bondage photos.

Abigail Hardingham ... Jessica Lake

Georgia Taylor ... Honey Addams

Ciarán McMenamin ... Nick Addams

Lucy Cohu ... Marion Hammond

Gregor Truter ... Dr. Joshua Ezrin

Con O'Neill ... Dr. Bob Massey

Katrine De Candole ... Davina Garland

Gary Kemp ... Tom Garland

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Leila Mimmack ... Yasmin Randall
Pierro Niel-Mee ... Gideon Massey

Merveille Lukeba ... Kyle Hutchinson

Bronson Webb ... Silas Whittaker

Kirsty Osmon ... Midge Davies

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent
Georgina Strawson ... Lucy Bond

Anna Wilson-Jones ... Stanza Massey
Chloe Rose ... Zoe
Colin Dexter ... Visitor at Ashmolian (uncredited)
Shaun Lucas ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Glen Stanway ... Fingerprint Officer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: The Indelible Stain

6 June 2012
A visiting lecturer at the college of criminology who holds controversial theories on genetic predisposition toward criminal behavior is found hanged.
Harriet Madeley ... Emily Robinson

Richard Southgate ... Will Pascoe

David Soul ... Paul Yelland

David Calder ... Andrew Lipton

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Pippa Bennett-Warner ... Nina Clemens (as Pippa Bennet-Warner)

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Jason Durr ... DI Peterson

Jake Curran ... Adam Pettle

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Nancy Carroll ... Anne Rand

Patrick Baladi ... Robert Fraser

Nina Sosanya ... Lilian Hunter
Sian Webber ... Myra Barnet

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Kemi-Bo Jacobs ... DC Lockhart
Alton Letto ... Gurdip Sohal
Huw Higginson ... Stephen Pettle
Amy Neilson Smith ... Dental Nurse
Rita Davies ... Edna O'Brien

Josephine Tewson ... Hazel O'Brien

Greg Bennett ... Police Constable (uncredited)

Lee Nicholas Harris ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Martyn Mayger ... Passer by (uncredited)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Down Among the Fearful: Part 1

7 January 2013
A psychological researcher who moonlights as a clairvoyant psychic with grieving survivors is found murdered.

Edwin Thomas ... Reuben Beatty

Catherine Steadman ... Polly Beatty
Tallulah Fox ... Sarah Beatty
Fifi Fox ... Sarah Beatty

Beatie Edney ... Justine Skinner

Tuppence Middleton ... Vicki Walmsley
Marty Cruikshank ... Woman Interviewee (as Marty Cruickshank)

Neil Stuke ... Professor Andrew Crane

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis
Carol Harvey ... Mandy

Dominic Mafham ... Frank McLean

Adam Wadsworth ... Joshua Grace
Suzette Llewellyn ... Susan Smith

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Emily Joyce ... Jane Grace

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Sanjeev Bhaskar ... Kanan Dutta

Lesley Vickerage ... Katherine Dutta

Kirsten Foster ... WTC Stapleton (uncredited)
Hermione Gulliford ... Lucy Sopher (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Down Among the Fearful: Part 2

14 January 2013
Reuben's killer also murders his co-researcher and suspicion falls on fellow psychic Frank Mclean and tarot reader Justine Skinner.

Season 7, Episode 3: The Ramblin' Boy: Part 1

21 January 2013
When a body discovered in a wooded area is found already embalmed, the logical conclusion is that a murder victim must have been cremated in his place.
Simon Wilson ... Dr. Matt Whitby

Lia Williams ... Emma Barnes
Mark Powley ... Jack Cornish

Tom Brooke ... Brian Miller

Peter Davison ... Peter Faulkner
Camilla Power ... Tara Faulkner

Harriet Ballard ... Ruth Wilson

Taron Egerton ... Liam Jay
Nicholas McGaughey ... Johnny Jay
Jessica Harris ... Beverley Miller

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Lucy Speed ... Louise Cornish

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Anthony Edridge ... Tim
Victoria Ball ... Amy
Rosie Holden ... Claire

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Babou Ceesay ... DC Alex Gray
Carl Prekopp ... Derek
Timothy Davies ... Old Man
Emily Jewell ... Receptionist
Michael Webber ... Solicitor
Marc Small ... Police Officer
John Biggins ... Desk Officer
Richard Herdman ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Martyn Mayger ... University Lecturer / Passer By (uncredited)

Ed Pearce ... Undertaker (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: The Ramblin' Boy: Part 2

28 January 2013
The suspected identity of the cremated corpse keeps changing as attempts are made on the lives of two of the students involved in the case are made.

Taron Egerton ... Liam Jay

Babou Ceesay ... DC Alex Gray

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Harriet Ballard ... Ruth Wilson
Victoria Ball ... Amy

Lia Williams ... Emma Barnes
Camilla Power ... Tara Faulkner

Peter Davison ... Peter Faulkner

Lucy Speed ... Louise Cornish

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent

Tom Brooke ... Brian Miller
Rosie Holden ... Claire

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway
Granit Zallufi ... Child
Jessica Harris ... Beverley Miller
Mark Powley ... Jack Cornish

Anthony Edridge ... Tim
Emily Jewell ... Receptionist
Carl Prekopp ... Derek
Marc Small ... Police Officer
Michael Webber ... Solicitor

Shane Hart ... Gambler (uncredited)
Peter Jonathan Moore ... Soco (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 5: Intelligent Design: Part 1

4 February 2013
The day after an alcoholic college professor who killed a young girl in a drunken accident is released from prison and returns home, he is run over by his own car.
Stephen Churchett ... Richard Seager

Alison Steadman ... Rev Martha Seager

Crystal Leaity ... Rachel Cliff

Ariyon Bakare ... Carl Drew
Isabella Parriss ... Pupil One

Josh Bolt ... Adam Tibbit

Miranda Raison ... Stella Drew

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DS James Hathaway

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson
Jane Slavin ... Debbie Cliff

Edward Fox ... Dr. Yardley

Rebecca Front ... Chief Superintendent Jean Innocent
Norman Gregory ... Porter
Glen Davies ... Workman

Andrew Paul ... Ron Tibitt
Richard Herdman ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Scott Stevenson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 6: Intelligent Design: Part 2

11 February 2013
While Benison College is being renovated, the desiccated body of a student who disappeared 15 years earlier is found in an attic and linked to Seager's murder.

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Entry Wounds: Part 1

5 October 2014
Hathaway has been promoted to inspector after an extended break, and Lewis is enjoying retired life until he's asked to team up with his old colleague again.

Francesca Zoutewelle ... Jess Tallison

Jonny Phillips ... Alistair Stoke

Jack Helsby ... Student

Elizabeth Rider ... Lorraine Fernsby

Thusitha Jayasundera ... Ayesha Nooran (as Thusita Jayasundera)
Michael Karim ... Nabeel Nooran
Danielle Flett ... Kim

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox
Michael Peavoy ... Chris Fernsby

Robert Macpherson ... Jake (as Robert MacPherson)

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson
Aden Gillett ... Tom Marston

Anna Carteret ... Gillian Fernsby

Leo Staar ... Simon Eastwood

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Kara Tointon ... Erica Stoke

Ace Bhatti ... Rizwan Nooran
Richard Huw ... Solicitor

Phil Rowson ... Ian
Paul Blackwell ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Chris Cowlin ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Steve Munroe ... Pool Caretaker (uncredited)

Glenn Webster ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 2: Entry Wounds: Part 2

5 October 2014
A tricky case bridges the worlds of neurosurgery, blood sports and animal rights.

Kara Tointon ... Erica Stoke
Aden Gillett ... Tom Marston

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Thusitha Jayasundera ... Ayesha Nooran (as Thusita Jayasundera)

Francesca Zoutewelle ... Jess Tallison

Ace Bhatti ... Rizwan Nooran
Michael Karim ... Nabeel Nooran

Anna Carteret ... Gillian Fernsby

Leo Staar ... Simon Eastwood

Elizabeth Rider ... Lorraine Fernsby
Michael Peavoy ... Chris Fernsby

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox

Phil Rowson ... Ian

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent
Chris Cowlin ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Steve Munroe ... Pool Caretaker (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 3: The Lions of Nemea: Part 1

12 October 2014
After Lewis returns to his old job, he, Hathaway and DS Maddox are swept up in another murder investigation when an American classics student is killed.

John Light ... Felix Garwood

Sian Brooke ... Jennie Brightway

Wesley Smith ... Television Journalist
Clive Merrison ... Simon Flaxmore

Rosie Cavaliero ... Karen Newman
Kitty Rich ... Tabby Brightway

Andrea Lowe ... Philippa Garwood

Jessica Henwick ... Chloe Ilson
Michael Ryan ... Harrison Sax

Alisha Bailey ... Rose Anderson

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Jason Done ... Paul Brightway

Season 8, Episode 4: The Lions of Nemea: Part 2

12 October 2014
The investigation of American classics student Rose Anderson's brutal murder yields only secrets and murky motives.

John Light ... Felix Garwood

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox
Ian East ... Richard Vanbrooke

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway
Kitty Rich ... Tabby Brightway

Sian Brooke ... Jennie Brightway

Jason Done ... Paul Brightway
Clive Merrison ... Simon Flaxmore

Jessica Henwick ... Chloe Ilson

Andrea Lowe ... Philippa Garwood

Rosie Cavaliero ... Karen Newman
Jenny Howe ... Moira
Michael Ryan ... Harrison Sax

Season 8, Episode 5: Beyond Good and Evil: Part 1

19 October 2014
Lewis' reputation is jeopardized when the very first case that he solved as a DI is reopened for appeal and new murders are committed with the original weapon.

Susan Wooldridge ... Dr Sally Rook

Priyanga Burford ... Katherine Warwick

Alec Newman ... Graham Lawrie

Richie Campbell ... Douglas Wilkins

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent
Robin Weaver ... Pamela Carson
Tom Davey ... Dr Brendan Ward
Patrick Walshe McBride ... Luke Burgess

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Joe Dixon ... Tony Maddox
Gruffudd Glyn ... PC Mark Travis

Emily Houghton ... PC Kate Ballard
Martin Chamberlain ... Porter
Paul Lacoux ... Hugo Blayne
Holly Blair ... Receptionist
Sean Murray ... Judge

Tina Simmons ... Judge (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 6: Beyond Good and Evil: Part 2

19 October 2014
Several suspects are caught in lies and an unexpected death leads the detectives to the solution.

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox

Joe Dixon ... Tony Maddox

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Alec Newman ... Graham Lawrie

Richie Campbell ... Douglas Wilkins
Patrick Walshe McBride ... Luke Burgess
Robin Weaver ... Pamela Carson

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Rebecca Front ... Ch. Supt. Innocent
Paul Lacoux ... Hugo Blayne

Susan Wooldridge ... Dr Sally Rook
Tom Davey ... Brendan Ward

Priyanga Burford ... Katherine Warwick

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: One for Sorrow: Part 1

6 October 2015
Lewis and Hathaway are called in to investigate the apparent death by drug overdose of over achieving student and amateur taxidermist Talika Desai.
Helen Schlesinger ... Vivienne Tedman

Shanaya Rafaat ... Talika Desai

Tim Pigott-Smith ... Jasper Hammond

Andreea Paduraru ... Jenny March

Nicholas Jones ... Philip Hathaway

Ralf Little ... Sean Wilkinson

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Naomi Scott ... Sahira Desai

Finn Cole ... Ollie Tedman

Steve Toussaint ... Ch. Supt. Joe Moody

Steve Pemberton ... Ian Tedman
Paul Bigley ... Darren
Emma Cunniffe ... Bryony Willet
Doreen Mantle ... Joan

Dilyana Bouklieva ... Fetish party hostess
Chris Cowlin ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Rob Dennett ... Custody Officer (uncredited)
Ty Hurley ... Van Driver (uncredited)

Yves O'Hara ... Cafe Guest (uncredited)
Rob Pavey ... Indrek Kalda (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 2: One for Sorrow: Part 2

13 October 2015
Lewis' team must delve into the worlds of social media, drugs, taxidermy, alternative art and the homeless East European community.

Finn Cole ... Ollie Tedman

Ralf Little ... Sean Wilkinson

Nicholas Jones ... Philip Hathaway

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Andreea Paduraru ... Jenny March

Sally Scott ... Nell Hathaway
Helen Schlesinger ... Vivienne Tedman
Emma Cunniffe ... Bryony Willet
Doreen Mantle ... Joan

Steve Pemberton ... Ian Tedman

Naomi Scott ... Sahira Desai

Tim Pigott-Smith ... Jasper Hammond

Shanaya Rafaat ... Talika Desai

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Steve Toussaint ... Ch. Supt. Joe Moody

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox
Paul Bigley ... Darren
Robin McCallum ... Doctor

Clare Holman ... Dr. Laura Hobson (credit only)
Rob Bennett ... Custody Officer (uncredited)
Chris Cowlin ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 3: Magnum Opus: Part 1

20 October 2015
When College Dean Phil Beskin is found bludgeoned to death with a rock in local woodland, Lewis and Hathaway are called in to investigate.

Martin Wenner ... Phil Beskin

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Carina Beskin
Daniel Flynn ... Jay Fennell

Stephen Boxer ... Wouter Eisler
Syreeta Kumar ... Annapurna Kinneson

Wil Johnson ... Dax Kinneson

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Sally Scott ... Nell Hathaway
Jaygann Ayeh ... Nate Hedesan
Isabella Laughland ... Gina Doran
Richard Rowe-McGhie ... Barman

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Steve Toussaint ... Ch. Supt. Moody

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox

Serena Evans ... Grace Beskin

Bobby Lockwood ... Sam Langton

Kaisa Hammarlund ... Bex
Chris Cowlin ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Rudy Valentino Grant ... Ritual Member (uncredited)
Charlotte Mellish ... Oxford Student / Cafe Waitress (uncredited)
Steve Saunders ... Cult Member (uncredited)
Tamara Sharpe ... Oxford Student (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 4: Magnum Opus: Part 2

27 October 2015
The team must uncover the guilty secret their victims share in order to learn the identity of not just the killer but the potential victim too.
Syreeta Kumar ... Annapurna Kinneson

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Carina Beskin

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox

Steve Toussaint ... Ch. Supt. Moody
Jaygann Ayeh ... Nate Hedesan
Isabella Laughland ... Gina Doran

Bobby Lockwood ... Sam Langton
Daniel Flynn ... Jay Fennell

Wil Johnson ... Dax Kinneson

Stephen Boxer ... Wouter Eisler

Serena Evans ... Grace Beskin
Paul Greenwood ... Father Placid

Kaisa Hammarlund ... Bex
Chris Cowlin ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Alex Jaep ... Hospital Porter (uncredited)
Tamara Sharpe ... Oxford Student (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 5: What Lies Tangled: Part 1

3 November 2015
When an idyllic Oxford summer's day is torn asunder by a gruesome parcel bomb, Lewis and Hathaway are called in to investigate.
Mali Harries ... Sarah Alderwood

David Warner ... Donald Lockston

Oliver Lansley ... David Capstone

Peter De Jersey ... Andrew Dimmock

Tristam Summers ... Adam Capstone

Zoë Tapper ... Elizabeth Capstone

Ian Puleston-Davies ... Frank Guitteau
Emerald O'Hanrahan ... Kate McMurdoch

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Steve Toussaint ... CS Joseph Moody

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox
Lynda Rooke ... Joyce Guitteau

Tosin Cole ... Djimon Adomakoh
Chris Cowlin ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Charlotte Mellish ... Oxford Student / Cafe Waitress (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 6: What Lies Tangled: Part 2

10 November 2015
With his six-month trip to New Zealand with Hobson on the horizon, Lewis is in a race against time to save both his career and relationship.

Zoë Tapper ... Elizabeth Capstone
Mali Harries ... Sarah Alderwood

David Warner ... Donald Lockston

Tosin Cole ... Djimon Adomakoh

Oliver Lansley ... David Capstone

Kevin Whately ... DI Robert Lewis

Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway

Steve Toussaint ... CS Joseph Moody

Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox

Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson

Ian Puleston-Davies ... Frank Guitteau
Emerald O'Hanrahan ... Kate McMurdoch

Peter De Jersey ... Andrew Dimmock

Nicholas Jones ... Philip Hathaway

Sally Scott ... Nell Hathaway
Lynda Rooke ... Joyce Guitteau
Chris Cowlin ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Colin Dexter ... Customer at Sidewalk Cafe (uncredited)
Janette Sharpe ... Police Officer (uncredited)

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