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Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 2, Episode 3

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I saw this ‘Grantchester’ episode twice, due to the fact that a heavy rainstorm occurred nearby to where I lived in Cardiff last Wednesday night. 😀 I’m glad I saw the episode twice since I found the conclusion to another murder mystery by Sidney and Geordie very satisfying to watch in the story. 🙂 Continue reading

Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 2, Episode 2

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Time for another review on a ‘Grantchester’ episode I’ve seen. I enjoyed Series 2, Episode 2 of the ‘Grantchester’ series. I like how Sidney and Geordie’s murder mysteries are interconnected with how their relationship pans out and how they interact with other people in a continuous storyline. 🙂 Continue reading

Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 2, Episode 1

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After enjoying Series 1 of ‘Grantchester’ on DVD, I was looking forward to checking out Series 2 of ‘Grantchester’ next  on DVD. James Norton and Robson Green return as Sidney and Geordie as they solve murder mysteries together in the Grantchester village. What mysteries will they uncover here? Continue reading

Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 1, Episode 6

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We’ve come to the end of Series 1 of ‘Grantchester’. Overall, I’ve enjoyed Series 1 of ‘Grantchester’ and found the character journeys of James Norton as Sidney Chambers and Robson Green as Geordie Keating fascinating. I’m currently looking forward to what happens next for these two guys. Continue reading

Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 1, Episode 5

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We’re back with another episode from Series 1 of ‘Grantchester’. Series 1, Episode 5 was engaging to watch and it was interesting to see how James Norton as Sidney Chambers isn’t the clear-cut vicar character he’s made out to be, even when he’s a detective. He can have his flaws and not be perfect. Continue reading

Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 1, Episode 4

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It’s time for the fourth episode of Series 1 of ‘Grantchester’! Incidentally, I’ve noticed that in each Series 1 episode so far that there are flashbacks to when James Norton as Sidney Chambers was fighting in the Second World War. I’m certain this will all build up to something in the season’s finale. Continue reading

Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 1, Episode 3

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I’ve seen the third episode of Series 1 of ‘Grantchester’ this week. I’m really getting into these early ‘Grantchester’ episodes and I’m enjoying them every Wednesday. I recognised some faces in this episode. There was even one face I thought I recognised but it wasn’t actually who I was thinking of. 😀 Continue reading

Quick TV Episode Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 1, Episode 2

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My parents and I have got into the routine of watching a ‘Grantchester’ episode on DVD every Wednesday. I suppose that is one of the good things about being in lockdown because of the current pandemic – please keep safe. Anyway, let’s talk about Series 1, Episode 2 of the ‘Grantchester’ series. Continue reading

TV Review – ‘Grantchester’, Series 5, Episode 6

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(sighs) Okay, let’s get this over with. It’s time for Series 5, Episode 6 of ‘Grantchester’. Let me tell you, I was hoping for a great climax to this season of ‘Grantchester’. After the build-up to what had been going on in the first five episodes, I was hoping for a good pay-off to all the characters I’d seen. Continue reading