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*Kingdom screens on ITV1 on Sundays* As series two ended, Peter KIngdom's hometown of Market Shipborough was being flooded by a violent storm and Peter was searching for his brother, Simon. As the new series begins, the town has recovered from the flood and the gentle and gracious Peter (Stephen Fry) is more at ease with himself knowing his brother is at peace. But work will provide new challenges. Peter's young colleague Lyle Anderson (Karl Davies) is now fully qualified and keen to prove himself. As he and Peter endeavour to help the townspeople with their legal issues in the third series, their cases will involve a war victim's bid for compensation, animal liberationists and mysterious crop circles. Outside the law, but inside his family, Peter also faces more problems, not least with his sister, Beatrice (Hermione Norris), who's adapting to motherhood in her own unique way. Beatrice will make a discovery that prompts her to reveal the identity of her baby's father and a lot of people will be hurt. Also back in recurring roles are Celia Imrie, Tony Slattery, Phyllida Law and John Thomson. Look out for Kingdom's numerous guest stars, including June Whitfield and Peter Sallis (episode one), Sandi Toksvig (episode two), Jaye Griffiths and Paul Kaye (episode three), Jack Dee (episode four) and Pippa Haywood. 

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