Next Episode of Midsomer Murders is
Season 19 / Episode 4 and airs on 18 January 2017 20:00
Based originally on the books by Caroline Graham, each self-contained episode of two hours is a classic whodunit revolving around Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby and his side-kick DS Ben Jones and their efforts to solve the numerous murders which take place in the picturesque countryside of Midsomer County.
An old feud between the Hammond and Hicks families appears to have escalated to murder when the grandfather of the Hammonds is found dead.
Barnaby becomes an unwelcome guest at a society wedding after the maid of honour is stabbed to death. Will he get to his own daughter's wedding in time to walk her down the aisle?
Near the construction site of a bypass an elderly couple are found dead in their home. Then later, the manager of the company building the bypass is found murdered.
When a man who has been missing for two weeks is found dead in the woods near Midsomer, Barnaby finds connections between him and a magazine editor known for his killing reviews of local hotels.
The traditions of a local cult in Midsomer, the Temple of Thoth, appear to be related to a series of murders using the poison of a tropical frog.
It's Christmas in Midsomer but there's little time for turkey and crackers for DCI Tom Barnaby and DS Ben Jones when an explosion rocks a haulage yard and a man's body is found in a trunk floating on a lake.
Barnaby finds connections between a supposedly haunted forest, the mystifying disappearances of two couples and a gang of thieves who specialise in antiques.
Susan Jameson(Germaine Troughton)
Fiona Dolman(Sarah Barnaby)
Natasha Little(Melody Henderson)
Nick Hendrix(DS Jamie Winter)
John Nettles(DCI Tom Barnaby)
Jason Hughes(DS Ben Jones)
Neil Dudgeon(DCI John Barnaby)
Gwilym Lee(DS Charlie Nelson)
Daniel Casey(Sgt Gavin Troy)
John Hopkins(Sgt Dan Scott)
Joe Dixon(Elliot Luthando)
Manjinder Virk(Dr. Kam Karimore)
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