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Series 1 - Episode 4
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“One collects them, the other executes them,” observes Larry with a sneer as he surveys youngest brother Gerry’s expanding menagerie of wildlife along with the victims of Leslie’s hunting expeditions. And it’s Leslie’s gun-toting activities that are causing the most grief around the island of Corfu. His “friends” Sotos and Fotis may sound like a comedy duo, but they get Leslie involved in something that’s potentially rather serious.
On a more light-hearted note, Margo finds a handsome new object for her youthful lust at the Countess Mavrodaki’s and Louisa makes some headway with her monosyllabic Scandinavian neighbour. This Sunday-night escapism is as warming as the Corfu sun.
Leslie falls in with a bad crowd and ends up being falsely accused of armed robbery, prompting Louisa to take desperate measures to save him. Margo takes a shine to a gardener at the Villa Mavrodaki, Captain Creech returns, and the family realises the extent of Gerry's passion for animals when he turns his bedroom into a centre for scientific learning. Guest starring Leslie Caron.
Cast & Crew
Ulric Von Der Esch
Sally Woodward Gentle
Full Episode Guide
Meet the cast of The Durrells series two
Keeley Hawes heads up the Durrells family as the ITV show returns to Corfu
BAFTA TV Awards 2017: winners in full
The Durrells: meet the kids
"Unseasonably wet" year made filming The Durrells a logistical nightmare
Follow in the footsteps of The Durrells and discover Corfu's unspoilt north-east coast
What do we know about the real-life Durrells and their adventures in Corfu?
Did you know the actor who plays Spiros in The Durrells is an A-List celebrity in Greece?
The Durrells' Keeley Hawes on how she juggles family life with being TV's most sought-after actress
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When are the BAFTA TV Awards and how do I watch the ceremony?
When is The Durrells back on TV?
Put your questions to Keeley Hawes at the Radio Times Festival