Grantchester (2014– )
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Episode #4.4 

As Will is preparing to be installed as the new Vicar of Grantchester, Geordie comes to him with a request of a religious nature. A young boy on a farm in the Fens has blood on his hands ... See full summary »

Director:

Stewart Svaasand

Writers:

James Runcie (based on novels "The Grantchester Mysteries" by), Daisy Coulam (developed for television by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robson Green ... Geordie Keating
Tom Brittney ... Will Davenport
Al Weaver ... Leonard Finch
Tessa Peake-Jones ... Mrs. Chapman
Kacey Ainsworth ... Cathy Keating
Gary Beadle ... Archdeacon
Christian McKay ... Anthony Hobbs
Alex Hassell ... Ernest Carter
Bradley Hall ... Larry Peters
Felix Scott ... Sean Donovan
Nick Brimble ... Jack Chapman
Emma Hindle Emma Hindle ... Hannah Carter
Eileen Davies ... Clara Carter
Niall Usher Niall Usher ... Adam Carter
Emma Corrin ... Esther Carter
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Storyline

As Will is preparing to be installed as the new Vicar of Grantchester, Geordie comes to him with a request of a religious nature. A young boy on a farm in the Fens has blood on his hands and is struggling to communicate. As Will starts to talk to the boy using sign language, the pair must come together to help the boy's family heal - while Will has demons of his own to wrestle with.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 July 2019 (USA) See more »

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PBS Masterpiece See more »
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Runtime:

(DVD)

Color:

Color
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Robson Green and Felix Scott previously worked together on Wire in the Blood, episode 4.3 - Hole in the Heart. Scott played a suicidal young man who is counseled by Green's clinical psychologist character, Dr. Tony Hill. See more »

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Superb first full episode featuring Brittney.
2 February 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Tom Brittney gets his first full episode as Will Davenport, and I've got to be honest, he was absolutely marvellous, I thought the show had run its course, but on this evidence, that is definitely not the case.

I loved last week's, but I think this was even better, the main plot was terrific, so original, made all the better by a top notch performance from Alex Hassell as the pious Mr Carter. The tragic, horrible story for poor Cathy was tough, awful seeing her suffer, let's hope her nasty colleague gets his comeuppance.

Grantchester is in safe hands with its new Vicar. 9/10


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