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Grantchester

Grantchester
  • Bewertung: 8,00
  • Jahr der Ersterscheinung: 2014
  • Genres: Mystery, Drama
  • Länder: United Kingdom
  • Dauer: 45 Minuten
  • Komplexität: 10


Das kleine Dorf Grantchester wird von einer Eilmeldung erschüttert – dem Tod eines Gemeindemitgliedes der örtlichen Kirche. Der Priester und frühere „Scots Guard“Sidney Chambers und Detektiv Geordie Keatinguntersuchen dieses und weitere Verbrechen, die das sonst so ruhige Leben in dem kleinen Dorf stören.

  • 1. Episode #1.1
    After a mourner at a supposed-suicide's funeral confides her suspicions of murder to young vicar Sidney Chambers, he joins forces with Inspector Geordie Keating.
  • 2. Episode #1.2
    Sidney attends a dinner party that ends with two mysteries: a missing engagement ring and a dead body.
  • 3. Episode #1.3
    Sidney gives up alcohol and tries to renew his focus on clerical duties, but is dragged into another case when there are mysterious deaths in the village.
  • 4. Episode #1.4
    A fire in the village leads Sidney to another investigation. Meanwhile, a family crisis causes Geordie to become distracted and detached from his job.
  • 5. Episode #1.5
    Sidney takes Geordie on a night out to a London jazz club, where the reverie is interrupted by a brutal murder.
  • 6. Episode #1.6
    Sidney and Geordie investigate the murder of a local policeman, and find the killer's motive is connected to events that took place in the Second World War.
  • 1. Episode #2.1
    After a day out with Geordie's family Sidney is arrested, following allegations in 15 year old Abigail Redmond's diary that she had sex with him. Later Abigail is found dead at the studio of photographer Daniel Marlowe, who took revealing shots of her and who has now disappeared. Young mechanic Gary Bell is also named in Abigail's diary, which nobody can find, but Gary suggests that Abigail's father Harding had a less than proper relationship with her. Then Sidney discovers that Abigail had a secret, which unlocks the mystery of how she died.
  • 2. Episode #2.2
    Sidney and Geordie investigate a Cambridge lecturer's fatal fall from the college spires.
  • 3. Episode #2.3
    A young man confesses to killing his landlord with a knife in Sydney's church.
  • 4. Episode #2.4
    Sidney visits Gary Bell, charged with Abigail Redmond's murder, in prison, to local disapproval. Meanwhile widowed stable owner Reggie Lawson asks Sidney to exorcise the spirit of his wife Anna, who killed herself but next day Reggie is also found hanged. Sidney doubts that it was actually suicide and believes that the poltergeist evidence was manufactured, with Anna's brother Laszlo, Reggie's new wife Kitty and adoring housekeeper Mrs Elton being suspects. Success in one matter and failure in the other leads Sidney to seek advice from Amanda, who has troubles of her …
  • 5. Episode #2.5
    Sidney is the only friend Gary Bell has left as he waits for news about whether he will be offered a reprieve.
  • 6. Episode #2.6
    Sidney has entirely stopped caring about his responsibilities as a clergyman following the difficult events of the past few weeks.
  • 1. Episode 1
    Sidney receives a series of anonymous phone calls, which he realises may be linked to a series of murders in which the victims were all important community figures killed by someone who leaves dead birds as a grisly calling card. The threat forces Sidney to question whether he can reconcile his relationship with Amanda and his calling as a vicar. Leonard bonds with Hilary as she cares for her dying father, while Geordie's investigation of the killings leads him to a mysterious home for people with disabilities.
  • 4. Episode 4
    After a guilt-induced sermon about desire and duty, Sidney questions himself about Amanda. He wants to resist but soon finds himself in an embrace with her, which is spotted by Leonard who berates Sidney for being such a hypocrite.

    Meanwhile, Mrs Maguire is shocked when she is met by a visitor on her morning walk – the face from the past leaves her rattled to the core and she enlists Sidney’s help in dealing with her emotions.
  • 5. Episode 5
    Having left his Grantchester life behind to do some soul searching, vicar Sidney Chambers finds himself heading toward a Romani travellers’ camp in Lincolnshire.

    Having tracked down the culprit, Sidney tells himself he is there to retrieve Mrs Maguire’s life savings from the man who stole them but it soon becomes apparent, Sidney is just running from his old life and has no idea what he is going to do.

    Seduced by the intoxicating, welcoming community he finds himself in Sidney begins to wonder if he’ll ever return home. But murder is never far from Sidney’s door and when one of the community is killed, Sidney the ‘outsider’ is suspect number one.
  • 6. Episode 6
    On a Sunday morning in Grantchester, Sidney visits the Archdeacon to discuss his resignation. Sidney has lost his faith in a church that won't allow him to be married to the woman he loves. With a heavy heart the Archdeacon tells Sidney he must go away and write a resignation letter in order to make it official. Sidney visits Amanda, revealing his plan. Their moment of joy is cut short when Amanda asks if Sidney has told Mrs Maguire or Leonard… To Sidney's relief, Leonard seems happy for them, but Mrs Maguire can't contain her upset. On his way out of the vicarage the next morning, Sidney spots Mrs Maguire crying, and then encounters Leonard, who is now wondering about his own future, should a less tolerant vicar move in. Sidney feels incredibly guilty but tells Leonard it has to be his decision. In church, Sidney puts on his dog collar and leads a service, thinking his days within the village are now numbered but when a little boy called Jacob is abducted Sidney finds that the community need him more than ever. Meanwhile, Mrs Maguire must prepare for her own future whilst struggling to come to terms with Sidney's imminent departure. Geordie's behaviour grows increasingly erratic as he struggles to cope with the mess he's made of his family life, and as Sidney and Geordie move closer to discovering who has kidnapped Jacob, Sidney must choose to move forward with Amanda in London, or be there for his best friend Geordie in his hour of need.
  • 1. Episode 1
    It's 1956 and with Amanda long gone, Sidney's life now revolves around the church services and the interminable meetings of the Parochial Council and their plans for a village fete. He yearns for some excitement, and Geordie has noticed that Sidney's devil-may-care attitude feels increasingly like a death wish.
  • 2. Episode 2
    With Violet gone, Sidney loses himself in drink. He wakes on the vicarage couch after a seriously heavy drinking session. It transpires that he was the last person to see a young woman alive but Sidney struggles to remember her final words. Mrs C and Leonard worry about his behaviour but Sidney shrugs off their concern. On his own, his smile fades – he feels wretched, lost and badly misses Violet.
  • 3. Episode 3
    Geordie is called to investigate an apparent break-in at a computer laboratory. When the head of the lab keels over and dies from mercury poisoning, Geordie suspects foul play.
  • 4. Episode 4
    A relaxed Will is installed as the new vicar, though is only just back at the vicarage when Geordie drops by requesting his help. Initially reluctant to be drawn in, Will is swayed when he learns that the matter concerns Adam, a profoundly deaf boy from a devout family, whose mother has recently died following a fall. Adam's father thinks his son was responsible and the truth needs uncovering to help the family heal. Will's own troubled past threatens to colour his view of the case - and Geordie realises his new friend has demons of his own.
  • 5. Episode 5
    An unexpected phone call summons Will back home, and he asks Geordie for his help: Will’s father has got himself into some trouble. When one vicious beating leads to a grisly murder at a sprawling ancestral home, scandal threatens to engulf the Davenport Family, and life will never be the same for Will again.
  • 6. Episode 6
    Will, reeling from his family tragedy and daunted by the choice he now faces, seeks distraction in Geordie’s world. A curious new case unfolds: the murder of a Teddy Boy at a dance hall, which Geordie concludes is proof that the country’s truly gone to the dogs.
  • 1. Episode 1
    It's Spring Ball season, which is proving to be less ‘dinner and dancing' and more ‘disturbing the peace'. When a student from a prestigious all-female college is found dead, Will and Geordie must infiltrate the murky world of campus politics and university societies to find the killer.
  • 2. Episode 2
    Will and Leonard witness a deadly and deliberate hit-and-run in Grantchester. Geordie traces the car to a pair of decidedly dysfunctional brothers whose house lies far off the beaten path. The victim's wife, his employee and the two brothers are all damaged characters caught in a web of lies and betrayals, and it’s not just secrets that are hiding within the brothers' grounds.
  • 3. Episode 3
    After a bumpy start to their relationship, Will and journalist Ellie go on their first date with a trip to the ‘flicks’. But a scream from the projection booth cuts the romance short as they discover a brutal murder has taken place within the cinema.
  • 5. Episode 5
    When two boys are found near death, locked up together in the boxing ring, Will must face up to his own part in the tragedy in his greatest test of faith yet.
  • 6. Episode 6
    When a woman is found dead, laid out in the shape of a crucifix on Jesus Green, Will and Geordie discover the ring on her finger proves she was married to God.

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