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Episode #2.4 

Married by Beocca to Gisela, Uhtred joins Ragnar and Alfred's brother, the reluctant Aethelwold, and others including Hild and Beocca to travel north and defeat Sigefrid and Erik - and ... See full summary »

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Jon East

Writers:

Bernard Cornwell (based on the novels by), Sophie Petzal
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alexander Dreymon ... Uhtred
Peri Baumeister ... Gisela
Tobias Santelmann ... Ragnar
Emily Cox ... Brida
Harry McEntire ... Aethelwold
David Dawson ... Alfred
Millie Brady ... Aethelflaed
Ian Hart ... Beocca
Eva Birthistle ... Hild
Adrian Bouchet ... Steapa
Mark Rowley ... Finan
Simon Kunz ... Odda
Eliza Butterworth ... Aelswith
Henrik Lundström ... Rollo
Ole Christoffer Ertvaag ... Sven
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Married by Beocca to Gisela, Uhtred joins Ragnar and Alfred's brother, the reluctant Aethelwold, and others including Hild and Beocca to travel north and defeat Sigefrid and Erik - and ultimately Kjarten, meeting up with Brida on the way. An early victory sends the treacherous brothers into exile and later brings Uhtred's party to visit a contrite Guthred, who now approves the storming of Durham, and release of Ragnar's sister, Thyra. The town is successfully captured and Ragnar faces Kjartan in single combat, a victory for justice, though Thyra does not react as hoped. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Action | Drama | History

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TV-14
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6 April 2017 (UK) See more »

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This and the previous three episodes cover the novel 'The Lords of the North'. But the foe is Ivarr Ivarsson. Sigefrid and his brother Erik only appear in the 4th novel, 'Sword Song' See more »

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Fabulous espisode
25 March 2018 | by jmariani-69084See all my reviews

This episode was incredible for several reasons! First, it is all about revenge and justice, something Uhtred has been denied too many times. Second, the character development is fabulous and the acting superb. Third, the script and camera work is excellent. There is not a wasted moment in this episode. It is action-packed from the beginning and leaves the viewer wanting to immediately view it again to absorb all that took place. If I have any complaint about episode 4, it would be that it would have been a better ending to cut it off at after the action at Dunholm, which felt like a perfect ending for this episode. Otherwise, this is great entertainment done very, very well.


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