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Meditated in Murder 

A spiritual leader is strangled at an exclusive resort, and seemingly only one of the guests could have killed him.

Director:

Ian Barnes

Writers:

Robert Thorogood (created by), Damian Wayling
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Episode cast overview:
Sam Hoare ... Daniel Friend
Katy Wix ... Eva Ingram
Zoe Boyle ... Cressida Friend
Harry Richardson ... Gabe Lee
Richard Harrington ... Bryn Williams
Ardal O'Hanlon ... DI Jack Mooney
Joséphine Jobert ... DS Florence Cassell
Danny John-Jules ... Officer Dwayne Myers
Tobi Bakare Tobi Bakare ... Officer J.P. Hooper
Don Warrington ... Commissioner Selwyn Patterson
Elizabeth Bourgine ... Catherine Bordey
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Daniel Friend is strangled at the spiritual retreat he ran with his wife Cressida, yet Cressida and the other three guests were all meditating at the time. Chief suspect is undercover journalist Bryan Williams, out to expose Daniel as a fraud whilst young medic Gabe Lee had issues with the victim, who apparently was violent towards his wife. A revelation of Daniel's criminal past, however, is the clue to solving the murder. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Country:

UK | France | Guadeloupe

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 February 2018 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Deshaies, Guadeloupe, France

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Richard Harrington (Bryn) and Harry Richardson (Gabe) have both had roles in Poldark, though not acted in the same episodes. See more »

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Not bad, but too silly.
9 February 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

DI Mooney has to investigate when the leader of an exclusive spiritual retreat is murdered, logically one of the guests as the resort must be the killer. Meanwhile JP uses a self help book to gather evidence, Dwayne remains unconvinced.

I hate to say I thought this episode was poor, I've been complimentary of every episode in this season, but this one was lacking in that quality. The writing was a bit lazy, a theme that has been recycled and done to death, last week's was so original and fresh, this one felt tired. Why on Earth cast an actor like Richard Harrington, and give him no screen time? The same can be said for Sam Hoare and Katy Wix, none of the guest cast seemed to get any on screen time, it's baffling.

I didn't like the episode, but I thought Ardal was excellent, he's now settled so comfortably in the role, he's charismatic and amusing, he bounced very well off Don Warrington, Commissioner Patterson remains aloof. I thought Dwayne was shocking in this episode, it seemed a bit like he was sending the show up, it was a poor performance, I know the character is meant to be laid back, but come on, he was a clown the whole way through, that stupidity had also seeped into JP's character, how long before they're doing silly walks, we already have silly hats. Thank goodness for Florence, she was great.

A duff.


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