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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.
A prestigious golf club is the setting for murder when a player is bludgeoned to death on the 13th hole. Barnaby and Jones discover gambling, illegal money-lending and assault are rife among the snobbish members, who are also dismissive of the local villagers and only allow them on the course for a few hours a week. Before long, another body turns up, making the detectives doubly determined to catch this terror of the fairways.
Esteemed Midsomer artist, Henry Hogson, is at the centre of a case of art fraud and art theft which leads - inevitably - to murder.
Inspector Barnaby and DS Jones come face to face with MI6 in a case of murderous revenge.
An outspoken scientific genius and inventor stirs up resentment at the local university with murderous consequences.
The novel 'Gulliver's Travels' is re-enacted in Little Worthing's model village as the first of a series of mysterious murders.
Local aristocrats Sir William and Lady Isobel Chettham have a secret to hide, and The Creeper is burgling the homes of Midsomer's wealthy.
The village schoolteacher insists there is an intruder visiting her house at night, but why can no intruder ever be found? And why have two dead bodies been found in her garden?
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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