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THE MADE TO MEASURE MURDERS

THE MADE TO MEASURE MURDERS

When Sonia Woodley is stabbed two years after the death of her abusive husband Gerald, Barnaby and Jones investigate - and the village starts to reveal its secrets.

THE SWORD OF GUILLAUME

THE SWORD OF GUILLAUME

Barnaby joins a trip from Midsomer Parva to Brighton because he's suspicious about a land deal planned by Causton's mayor. During the visit, a hated property developer is beheaded.

BLOOD ON THE SADDLE

BLOOD ON THE SADDLE

The danger of the Wild West comes to Midsomer as a feud over land escalates during a cowboy fair.

THE SILENT LAND

THE SILENT LAND

On a dark night in the village of March Magna, Barnaby's wife Joyce swerves her car to narrowly miss a shadowy figure in the road. Or so she thinks.

MASTER CLASS

MASTER CLASS

During a master class for talented young musicians held by famous pianist Sir Michael Fielding, prodigy Zoe Stock is shocked to witness a woman drowning in the river.

THE NOBLE ART

THE NOBLE ART

When Midsomer Morchard's very own boxer John Kinsella wins a world title in New York, the success stirs up hidden passions among the villagers.

NOT IN MY BACKYARD

NOT IN MY BACKYARD

A planning dispute turns to murder after a leading light in the Midsomer Conservation Society suspects her neighbors are involved in a money-making development scam.

FIT FOR MURDER

FIT FOR MURDER

Barnaby reluctantly accompanies Joyce on a spa weekend to Swavely Manor. But as he attempts to de-stress, a woman is found dead in the floatation chamber.

ABOUT

The rural countryside of a fictional county in England provides the backdrop for this long-running crime series based on the novels of Caroline Graham. A lush visual style, quirky characters and ubiquitous red herrings recall classic public television British mysteries of the past. At the center of the MIDSOMER MURDERS investigations is Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby, played by actor John Nettles (Bergerac), and Detective Sergeant Daniel "Dan" Scott (John Hopkins).