Inspector Lewis, Season 5HDClosed Captioning
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From Masterpiece on PBS. Kevin Whately returns as Inspector Lewis for a fifth season of the popular detective series. In four new episodes, Lewis and his young partner DS Hathaway (Laurence Fox, MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “A Room With a View”) continue solving cases in the seemingly perfect academic haven of Oxford.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Soul of Genius||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?||1:29:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGeneration of Vipers||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?||1:28:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFearful Symmetry||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?||1:29:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Indelible Stain||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?||1:28:47||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Puts our US educational system to shame, to have two such learned scholars being police officers. It is worth watching for the scholarly wisdom with a bit of detective work thrown in for good additional brain teasing.
I loved every second. The dialogues, the plots, the sceneries, the characters of the figures in the play; all were really carefully crafted. Oxford has so many beautiful places and it is nice to see some of them in the series. I hope there will be more than only 4 episodes.
US Educational System?!?
You do realize that this series is set in Britain, not America? It's shown on the American PBS network but that's only because they help finance it. Sheesh!