Kevin Whately stars as Inspector Robbie Lewis, ably assisted by Laurence Fox as his partner DS James Hathaway. Together they investigate more murder mysteries against the historic and glorious backdrop of Oxford and its University Campus. Clare Holman returns as Dr Laura Hobson, alongside Rebecca Front as Chief Superintendent Innocent.
Down Among the Fearful.
When psychologist Reuben Beatty is murdered while moonlighting as a psychic Lewis and Hathaway struggle to unpick his baffling double life. Dark forces are at work, and not just in the afterlife. Written by Simon Block and directed by Brian Kelly, Down Among the Fearful will guest star Neil Stuke (Poirot, Silk), Dominic Mafham (DCI Banks, Land Girls) and Sanjeev Bhaskar (Silent Witness, The Indian Doctor).
The Ramblin' Boy.
Chief Superintendent Martin Cornish goes missing and a recently embalmed body is discovered by an isolated farm track - could there be a link? Hathaway goes on sabbatical and Lewis takes an awkward young constable under his wing. The Ramblin' Boy is written by Lucy Gannon and directed by Dan Read. The film guest stars Peter Davison (Law and Order:UK, New Tricks), Lucy Speed (EastEnders, The Bill) and Tom Brooke (Restless, Mrs Biggs).
After seven years of ducking the question, Lewis and Hobson are embarking on a relationship. Meanwhile an elderly don is murdered on the night of his release from prison. Written by Stephen Churchett and directed by Tim Fywell, the guest stars include writer Stephen Churchett (Law and Order: UK, EastEnders), Alison Steadman (Little Crackers, Gavin and Stacey), and Edward fox (Marple, Oliver Twist).
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Lewis - Series 7 is fantastic.
Great series very well acted, Hathaway has probably the best dialogue line ever when he finally realizes that Lewis and Laura have finally got together ( its at the end of episode 2 ) As with all the previous episodes they are so well done they can be watched over and over. Well worth the money.
Lewis - Series 7 is an excellent series.