Next Episode of Midsomer Murders is
Season 20 / Episode 3 and airs on 27 May 2018 19:00
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.
The appearance of a headless horseman at Quitewell Hall foreshadows a number of deaths amongst the aristocratic DeQuettevilles family. But what is the truth about the DeQuettevilles - and the ghostly rider?
When a barrister is killed suspicion falls on convicted murderer Grady Felton. But Grady has a solid alibi. Barnaby suspects he's working with an accomplice - until Grady himself is targeted in an attack.
During a total eclipse, amateur astronomer Jeremy Harper is murdered with a meteorite. He was campaigning to preserve a Bronze Age heritage site which houses a 1930s observatory that is to be pulled down.
The murder of a journalist has chilling echoes of a 1960s horror film starring Midsomer's own Stella Harris. When Stella's more famous sister returns after a 40-year family rift, the killings escalate.
Harriet Farmer wakes up after having been in a coma since the night she tried to elope, and her boyfriend Finn Robson has been missing since the couple tried to run away together a year before.
Debbie Moffet is crushed to death by a giant round of cheese just hours after an argument at a Parents' Council meeting at Midsomer Pastures Prep School. Barnaby and Jones investigate.
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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