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Poldark Season 4 Episode 3 airs Sun 24 Jun on BBC-1



So despite last week thinking that his offer of standing for parliament would be just going through the motions, Ross Poldark has found himself an MP. Much to the disgust of George Warleggan, his arch rival naturally.

Ross makes his maiden speech in parliament and finds himself a little notoriety in London, where he also re-unites with a now adolescent Geoffrey Charles (Louis Davidson) at the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. It appears that Geoffrey Charles is living in an entirely different time zone to every one else. He is ageing rapidly while everyone around him looks the same. By the time of the fifth season it is expected that he will be giving old Mr Grace from Are You Being Served a run for his money.

In Cornwall, Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) contends with a failing mine and fixing Drake’s (Harry Richardson) broken heart. Dwight (Luke Norris) and Caroline (Gabriella Wilde) welcome a baby daughter, Sarah, into the world – but Dwight’s happiness is short-lived as he makes a disturbing diagnosis.

Ossie (Christian Brassington) meanwhile tends to a dying parishioner, Nathaniel Pearce (Mike Burnside), who confesses to losing his clients’ money on bad investments, money secured in Pascoe’s bank. Ossie takes the information to the Warleggans in the hope of selling the information to help pay for his Rowella (Esme Coy) habit.

George (Jack Farthing) hosts an extravagant party at Trenwith in the hope of buying his way back into Parliament, via purchasing a borough. His new friend, the dangerous socialite Monk Adderley (Max Bennett), makes the necessary introductions to set George on his way.

Once again, like last season, it feels like events are racing along at much too quick a pace. We have barely had time to digest one major event before another has come along. Ooh look Ross is an MP, ooh look a baby, ooh look another Geoffrey Charles.

Poldark Season 4 Episode 3 airs Sunday 24 June 2018 from 9.00pm-10.00pm on BBC ONE.



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