Starring: Sharon Small, Nathaniel Parker, Mary Stockley, Ben Lannoy, Liza Tarbuck, Nicholas Gleaves, Adrian Rawlins.
Production Company: BBC, WGBH
Kent Location: Dungeness
The Inspector Lynley Mysteries is a BBC One drama series about Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley of Scotland Yard and Detective Sergeant Barbara Haves who work together to solve unusual murder cases.
In ‘Natural Causes’, Detective Barbara Havers has been left without a partner after Detective Lynley’s suspension for threatening a suspect and is called in to solve the murder of a young woman, whose body was found after her car was shunted into a lake. Detective Lynley can’t help getting involved in the investigation, but will his participation help or hinder the case?
The series stars Sharon Small (About a Boy, Dear Frankie), Nathaniel Parker (Far From the Madding Crowd, Haunted Mansion), Mary Stockley (V for Vendetta, The Woman in Black), Ben Lannoy (Judge John Deed), Liza Tarbuck (Mount Pleasant Bonkers), Nicholas Gleaves (Scott & Bailey, Waterloo Road) and Adrian Rawlins (Dickensian, Harry Potter series).
Dungeness was used in Natural Causes as the area where the victim lived and Detective Barbara Havers (Sharon Small) and Detective Inspector Fiona Knight (Liza Tarbuck) interviewed the victim’s family and questioned suspects. The end of the episode culminates in a dramatic scene at the top of the Old Lighthouse in Dungeness.
Dungeness is a vast, natural space on the Kent coast and has a shingle beach, two lighthouses and power station. Dungeness is a popular film location having been used for ITV drama The Poison Tree (2012), Nicki Minaj music video, BBC drama series Parades End (2012) as well as various photo shoots.
The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Natural Causes was shown on BBC One in July 2006 and is now available to buy on DVD.
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For more information about the programme visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007rr0c
For more information on Dungeness visit: http://www.dungeness.org.uk/
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