LEWIS: Behind the Scenes Photos from the Lewis Episodes, FEARFUL SYMMETRY & GENERATION OF VIPERS.

Hello fellow Lewisians and welcome to a new post.

As always a big thank you to Ken Coombs for the wonderful behind the scenes photographs.

Today’s post is behind the scenes photographs from the Lewis episodes Fearful Symmetry (Series 6, Episode 3) and Generation of Vipers (Series 7 Episode 1).

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First up Fearful Symmetry.

Lewis and Hathaway interview Gideon Massey (Around the ten minute mark)

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The squat where Silas Whittaker and Kyle Hutchinson live.

Laurence getting in a bit of fishing at the bottom of Tom Garland’s home.

The house of Tom Garland.

Oxfordshire Golf Hotel Spa

Worcester College.

Worcester College.

Worcester College Chapel.

Now onto Generation of Vipers.

Filming Kevin on what was referred to as Port Meadow.

Colin and friend at Queen’s College.

Filming in Holywell Street at the location used for Miranda’s home.

As above.

Kevin being interviewed between scenes.

University College Boathouse.

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Ken Coombs as the Lord Mayor for the garden party scene, Queen’s College.

I hope you enjoyed the photos.

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Author: Chris Sullivan

Up until a few years ago I was my mum's full time carer. She died in, 2020, of Covid. At the moment I am attempting to write a novel.

2 thoughts

  1. Hi Chris, I thought that the mutilated cats were in reference to the fact that Sturgis, as a young boy, was habitually cruel to animals, horribly so and had continued in that practice. In my psychology studies, a definite link has been established that cruelty to animals is often a harbinger to violent actions/crimes against people which proved to be true in his case. It also showed mutilated animals in his lab and those awaiting such a fate.

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