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When Sidney's old friend Reverend Sam Milburn visits the parish claiming to be seeking forgiveness for his crimes, the vicar is torn. Matters complicate further when Harding Redmond finds out he has returned and makes threats against his life, and Sam flees. With his friend now missing, Sidney fears the worst and must once again join forces with Geordie to investigate. Meanwhile, Leonard continues to wrestle with his feelings for Daniel Marlowe, and a visit from Mrs Maguire leads to Amanda having a heart-to-heart with Guy.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Grantchester from 335 votes.
Amanda promotes a petition to stop the hanging of Gary Bell while Sidney has to solve the death of a wife beater in a locked cell after being arrested by Geordie who knows the beaten wife who had refused to make a complaint. Evidence of a false arrest and bruising on Geordie's hand and Margaret's statement raise doubts in Sidney's mind as to his innocence. Dead rats at the dead husband's house provide another solution. Sidney, present at Bell's hanging, is distraught and the attitude of Geordie to justice taking it's course.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Grantchester from 310 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Grantchester from 135 votes.
A factory worker dies in what appears to be a drunken accident, but Geordie suspects foul play. However, secret forces are determined to shut down his investigation. Mrs Maguire is confronted by a face from the past, while Sidney wrestles with his conscience, as his feelings for Amanda clash with his sense of duty - leading to accusations of hypocrisy from Leonard.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Grantchester from 347 votes.
Leonard gets caught up in an armed robbery at the village post office, and manages to identify the masked culprit. Geordie takes no chances when going to arrest the criminal, who has a record of similarly violent crimes - but is surprised to discover that the suspect has been murdered. Meanwhile, a second robbery occurs, carried out by a man and a woman who have adopted the dead robber's trademark of disguising himself with a gas mask. Back at the Vicarage, the atmosphere is tense between Sidney and Amanda.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Grantchester from 338 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Grantchester from 332 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Grantchester from 99 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Grantchester from 390 votes.
As the trial of local teen Gary Bell approaches, Sidney and Geordie find themselves at loggerheads regarding his guilt – not even building a go-kart together can get them to see eye to eye. Sidney's mind is taken off these matters when he finds the anxious Reggie Lawson at the graveside of his dead wife, Anna. Convinced that she still haunts his home and stable yards following her suicide he implores Sidney to come to his estate, Kingsbrook and perform an exorcism for him.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Grantchester from 301 votes.
Geordie and Cathy are on a mission to find Sidney a girlfriend – but nobody seems to be good enough for the choosy vicar. Geordie's plans are further thwarted when Sidney's old flame, Amanda Hopkins arrives in Grantchester while Guy is away on business.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Grantchester from 312 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Grantchester from 101 votes.
Sidney is unable to say no after he is pressured by his sister Jen into attending Amanda’s engagement dinner. As Sidney attempts to deal with the evening by having too many drinks, old tensions run high between the school friends of Amanda and Jen. After Amanda’s engagement ring goes missing, Jen’s boyfriend Johnny is accused of stealing it. The following morning, one of the guests at the dinner party is found dead.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Grantchester from 326 votes.
Amanda and Guy’s wedding is fast approaching, and Sidney's betrayal of Hildegard is still in his mind. Those closest to Sidney find it hard to get through to him. The murder of a local policeman doesn’t improve things, as Sidney allows himself to be pulled into another investigation rather than putting his house in order.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Grantchester from 266 votes.
As Will is preparing to be installed as the new vicar Geordie persuades him to involve himself in a case involving a young uncommunicative boy with blood on his hands.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Grantchester from 146 votes.
Sidney tries to put his life in Grantchester behind him by going in search of the man who stole Mrs Maguire's life savings, and ends up finding a new home in a travellers' community. However, he falls under suspicions when a murder rocks the camp. Geordie tracks his friend down and together they set out to solve the mystery - and hopefully give Sidney a sense of purpose in his life.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Grantchester from 323 votes.
A fire in the village leads Sidney to another investigation. Meanwhile, a family crisis causes Geordie to become distracted and detached from his job.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Grantchester from 302 votes.
After Sidney takes Geordie to Johnny Johnson’s London jazz club, they’re supposed to be leaving their worries behind them in Grantchester. After Amanda shows up unexpectedly, the night takes a rather different turn. Johnny’s sister is murdered, leaving everybody devastated. Johnny and Claudette’s father calls in his friend DCI Jacob Williams to work on the case.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Grantchester from 264 votes.
Guy and Amanda ask Sidney to perform their wedding ceremony and the upset vicar hits the bottle. After Mrs Maguire points out he is failing in his duties he decides to take a break from drinking and assisting in criminal investigations. Sidney helps Leonard as he moves into the vicarage, and assists parishioner Isabel as she gets ready for her upcoming wedding to new man in town called Arthur. After Daisy is found dead, her mother calls in Geordie to investigate. Sidney ends up being reluctantly being dragged into the investigation.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Grantchester from 301 votes.
Drama series set in the 1950s. When Grantchester vicar Sidney Chambers is accused of a terrible crime, unmasking the real culprit sends shockwaves through the community.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Grantchester from 331 votes.
After thoroughly modern Margaret’s visits to the vicarage start leaving Mrs Maguire’s nose out of joint, Sidney is hoping for a distraction – which arrives in the unexpected form of a young man sat alone in the church and covered in blood.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Grantchester from 303 votes.
Last updated: mar 06, 2021
Why the need to make up an extra story about cottaging? ITV can't seem to stop gratuitously inserting gay characters into period drama, and I say that as gay myself . . .
Although I watched the three seasons I always came away feeling somewhat disappointed, nay, frustrated by James Norton's wishy-washy insubstantial character compared to Robson Green's but at the same time felt a sense of loss when Norton left the show and wondered if the show would continue without him. However, I thoroughly enjoyed the first episode without James Norton and must admit I didn't miss him at all. I look forward to seeing how Tom Brittney will fill the role and have no doubt he will bring his own thing to the show.
This is now one of my favorite shows ♥️
This is now one of my favorite shows ♥️
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As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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