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Season 1 episodes (7)
1 Episode One
In the Cambridgeshire village of Grantchester, the funeral of a parishioner leads to local vicar Sidney Chambers (James Norton) becoming embroiled in a murder investigation.
2 Episode Two
When Amanda’s engagement ring is stolen on the same night a murder is committed, Sidney and Geordie investigate whether there might be a connection between the two crimes.
3 Episode Three
After the death of two elderly sisters, Sidney and Geordie try to track down a man on the run. Will they be able to catch the killer before he strikes again?
4 Episode Four
When a personal tragedy threatens to overwhelm Geordie, his relationship with Sidney is pushed to the limit—will they be able to put their differences aside to help catch a killer?
5 Episode Five
Sidney and Geordie travel to London for a night at Johnny Johnson's jazz club, but they soon discover that policemen and clergymen can never truly be off duty.
6 Episode Six
With Amanda and Guy’s wedding fast approaching, Sidney is thrown into crisis—is he truly cut out for life as the vicar of Grantchester?
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PBS and Masterpiece talk with the cast and creators of the new series GRANTCHESTER. Featuring James Norton (Sidney Chambers) and Robson Green (Geordie Keating).
About this show
James Norton is Sidney Chambers, the crime-fighting clergyman, and Robson Green is his partner in crime, DI Geordie Keating. Season 4 brings Will Davenport (Tom Brittney) as the new vicar, who is as drawn to mysteries as his predecessor.
Love this series ..James Norton is my favorite actor & looks like my grandson now 23 & resembles my late hubby of 55 yrs when we first met both are redheads now called " gingers" hope to see James other shows..great in War & Peace
March 28, 2016
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January 19, 2015
A breath of fresh air, not too much drama, but refreshing better than Father Brown