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A map of the relationships in Poldark

Who's Who in 'Poldark'

Even if you're a devoted Poldark fan, it can be hard to keep track of everyone: who they hate, where they live, if they're a real historical character, who they jilted at the altar. So we've put together a map tracking the relationships of the important characters.
Amina Chaudhury in Press. Photo: Lookout Point / Ludovic Robert

'Press' Recap: Episode 2

As Amina angers her reporters with a business decision to increase revenue, Holly investigates high mortality rates at a hospital. Ed is forced to cover the entertainment beat in a humiliating way in order to dig up gossip, and Duncan gives up on his marriage.
Luke Norris as Dr. Dwight Enys in season 5 of Poldark. Photo: Mammoth Screen

'Poldark' Recap: Season 5 Episode 3

As Dwight becomes increasingly well-known for his expertise in mental illness, George descends further in his condition and is mistreated by his uncle. Ross and Ned engage in heroics at a mine, while Demelza hatches a plan to benefit the villagers.
Spyros in season 4 of the Durrells in Corfu. Photo: Sid Gentle Films 2019

'The Durrells in Corfu' Recap: Season 4 Episode 3

When Louisa finally meets Spyros's wife and politely asks her to join the Durrells on a picnic excursion, an extremely awkward day ensues, in which nearly everything goes wrong. Margo finds her way in England, while Larry jaunts off on more adventures. 
Duncan Allen (BEN CHAPLIN) and Lucy Redford (LAURA JANE MATTHEWSON) in Press. Photo: Lookout Point /Colin Hutton

'Press' Recap: Episode 1

As an editor at a high-minded paper tries to investigate a hit-and-run involving the police, a rival, sensationalist paper manipulates a government official and the parents of a soccer player who committed suicide in search of a popular story. 
Eleanor Tomlinson as Demelza in season 5 of Poldark. Photo: Mammoth Screen

'Poldark' Recap: Season 5 Episode 2

Demelza believes she, Ross, and their friends are being followed while Ross tries to help clear Ned's name and Dwight testifies on behalf of an assassin. George and Cary move towards a business deal with Hanson, but Elizabeth continues to haunt George. 
Daphne (ELLI TRINGOU) & Leslie Durrell (CALLUM WOODHOUSE) in The Durrells in Corfu. Photo: Sid Gentle Films 2019

'The Durrells in Corfu' Recap: Season 4 Episode 2

Margo decides to assert her independence by disappearing from the house, leaving Louisa stuck with a bunch of men, including an over-the-top army colonel who enlists Leslie to go hunting, much to Gerry's chagrin.
Aidan Turner as Ross Poldark in season 5. Photo: Mammoth Screen

'Poldark' Recap: Season 5 Episode 1

Poldark is back for its final season! New characters are introduced as old stalwarts forge on, with Ross again becoming embroiled in intrigue, this time relating to West Indian rivalries. George is seeing ghosts, Demelza makes an enemy, and Geoffrey Charles looks to the future.
Gerry and Louisa Durrell with their new owl Ulysses. Photo: Sid Gentle Films 2019

'The Durrells in Corfu' Recap: Season 4 Episode 1

When Louisa tries to make some money by transforming her home into a guesthouse, she takes in a mysterious visitor who brings some unwanted attention to the Durrells, in the premiere of the final season of the series. 
Tessa Peake-Jones as Mrs. C and Christian McKay as Anthony Hobbs in Grantchester. Photo: Colin Hutton/Kudos and MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Season 4 Episode 5

Cathy contrives a plan with Mrs. C to do something about the predatory Anthony, a situation that has made Geordie angry all the time and leads him to overstep in an investigation of the death of one of his daughter's classmates, in the season finale.
Will and Thomas Davenport in Grantchester. Photo: Kudos and MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Season 4 Episode 4

When a difficult incident brings Will home to his family, he asks Geordie to join him as he tries to confront his family. Will's unexpected background is revealed—and a sudden death leads to a murder investigation, while Leonard stews back in Grantchester. 
Geordie Keating in Grantchester. Photo: Kudos and MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Season 4 Episode 3

When a silent boy holding a bible appears at the police station in a bloodstained shirt, Geordie enlists the reluctant Will's help and they become embroiled in a Mennonite family's conflicts. Leonard fears what his falling out with Mrs. C will lead to. 
Geordie and Leonard in Grantchester. Photo: Kudos and MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Season 4 Episode 2

With Sidney gone, Geordie enlists Leonard to help him solve a case involving a brilliant researcher working with computers – and Leonard might have some special knowledge regarding the case. A replacement for Sidney is named as vicar of Grantchester. 
Robson Green as Geordie Keating and James Norton as Sidney Chambers in Endeavour. Photo: Kudos and MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Season 4 Episode 1, Part 2

Sidney drowns his existential distress in drink and has an encounter with a young woman – but when she shows up dead the next day, he can't remember much about her because he was too drunk. He makes a drastic decision to fix his troubled life. 
Simona Brown as Violet Todd and James Norton as Sidney Chambers in Grantchester. Photo: Colin Hutton/Kudos and MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Season 4 Episode 1, Part 1

A visiting civil rights activist's speech is interrupted by chaos and a murder, drawing Sidney into the orbit of the American civil rights movement while Geordie struggles to keep up with the changing times. Recap the first part of the return of Grantchester here.
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