From PBS and Masterpiece: Lewis and Hathaway are called in to examine the brutal death of a chemistry professor recently released from prison. There may be a connection to the discovery of a murdered Oxford student reported lost for 15 years. As more casualties and suspects emerge, Lewis considers his future on the force. Edward Fox (Ghandi, "Foyle’s War") guest stars.
From PBS and Masterpiece: With DS Hathaway on holiday, Inspector Lewis is assigned a new partner to investigate the discovery of an elderly man's body in a field. Finding that the man had already been embalmed, the inquiry leads to a funeral home and those connected to it, including one of Lewis' former colleagues. Peter Davison ("Doctor Who") guest stars.
From PBS and Masterpiece: When a psychic is found murdered, Inspector Lewis and DS Hathaway discover that the victim is really an Oxford psychology research fellow. As they probe further, the truth behind the psychic's double life unravels, revealing numerous suspects.
When controversial American academic Paul Yelland is invited to speak at Oxford's Department of Criminology, it stirs up latent emotions campus-wide. And when he is found strangled in his room later that night, Lewis and Hathaway have plenty of suspects—but was his murder motivated by politics, ambition, or vengeance?
When babysitter Jessica Lake is discovered dead, Lewis and Hathaway are drawn into diverse new worlds beyond their usual Oxford College haunts—squats and swinging suburbia, monkey labs and fetish photography. But which of these new realms led to Jessica’s murder?
Lewis believes a subversive media blog holds the clues to a violent murder—despite Dr. Hobson’s opinion that the victim’s death was a suicide. Did lonely Miranda Thornton really kill herself when her online dating profile was leaked to TheBarker.biz, or was her death actually part of an intricate revenge plot?
When botanist Liv Nash accidentally digs up the body of the recently buried Murray Hawes, Lewis and Hathaway embark upon a seemingly impossible quest. Murray was a man possessed, fixated upon "solving" an impossible riddle by Lewis Carroll. But could his obsession have been dangerous enough to get him killed?
Lewis and Hathaway are called in when local businesswoman Andrea de Ritter is brutally bludgeoned to death in an apparent blackmail plot gone wrong. But if that's true, why is MI5 involved-and why won't they help?
When a student dies during a controversial clinical trial for a new anti-depressant drug, is it murder or suicide? And as the body count rises, Lewis and Hathaway uncover a web of lies, jealousy, and madness-to which Lewis himself could fall victim.
In the run-up to an election at Oxford's prestigious St Gerard's Hall, the college is shocked by a string of brutal murders, someone seems to be picking off the candidates one-by-one. As Lewis and Hathaway investigate further, they become embroiled in a revenge tragedy which began thirty years ago.
Oxford's last surviving all-female college is bidding farewell to one of its most prominent professors, and a leading light in the feminist movement-but not before Lewis and Hathaway are called in to investigate two murders that may be linked to the college and its decade-old secrets.
Dr. Hobson finds herself caught up in a decades-old vendetta when one of her university friends is murdered, and another young student is killed in the house Hobson and her friends shared years ago. Obviously unable to act as the pathologist in the case, Hobson instead finds herself and her remaining friends—Dr. Ellen Jacoby and playboy Alec Giles (Rupert Graves, Sherlock)—suspects, and Lewis is forced to subject her to questioning.
Lewis and Hathaway find themselves up against a slick quizmaster (Alan Davies, Jonathan Creek) when the standout competitor at a private quiz weekend is killed before the competition even begins. But is competition the motive, or is it just a convenient cover to settle old scores?
Andrew Crompton, Master of Gresham College and amateur astronomer, is found dead only days before Dr. Ella Ransome, Crompton’s wife’s best friend, is also murdered. Are the two crimes connected? Facing a list of suspects that includes everyone from Sir Arnold Raeburn (Robert Hardy, Harry Potter) right down to the head porter, Lewis uncovers infidelity, blackmail, and madness.
After wrapping up a gruesome case that leaves him shaken, Hathaway finds himself investigating a murder at Crevecoeur Estate, where he spent much of his childhood. Do his old playmates—including his first love— know more than they’re letting on? And was the accidental shooting of Crevecoeur’s Philip Coleman (Nathaniel Parker, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries) really an accident, or was it meant to be a distraction?
Lewis is star-struck when he’s sent out on a disturbing the peace call, only to come face to face with The Midnight Addiction, a rock and roll band from the ‘70s on its way to a comeback—thanks to the lead singer’s (Joanna Lumley, Absolutely Fabulous) timely return from the dead.
Inspector Lewis movie trailer - starring Kevin Whately, Clare Holman, Laurence Fox, Charlie Cox, Rebecca Front. Directed by Bill Anderson. Genre: Drama
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