When a traditional festival is revived at Midsomer Parva, it goes disastrously wrong, with the gay curate being burnt alive inside a straw effigy of a woman. Starring John Nettles, as Detective Inspector Tom Barnaby.
Badgers Drift, a tranquil English village, is home to Miss Emily Simpson, a well liked spinster. But a stroll in the nearby woods brings an abrupt end to her peaceful existence. Who will be found responsible?
Nine years after the suicide of Ferdy Villiers his family gather to celebrate Christmas. However, not everyone is in the festive spirit as it becomes apparent that certain family members have dark secrets to hide.
Suspicions focus on a spiritualist group following the murder of an undertaker. When Joyce's friend dies, Barnaby and Scott suspect a link between the funeral parlour and the spiritualists.
A body is found in the Thames: Guy Sweetman appears to have been killed after arguing with his friends. Barnaby and Scott's investigation uncovers a tangled web of money problems and sexual jealousy.
When one of the world's rarest orchids is smuggled illegally into Midsomer Malham, it triggers a catalogue of passion, jealousy and death. Stars John Nettles.
Barnaby and Scott enter the world of horseracing when the trainer of thoroughbred Bantling Boy is battered to death. Starring John Nettles, as Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby.
After the Midsomer Worthy's writers circle invite best-selling novelist Max Jennings to one of their meetings, their secretary Gerard Hadleigh, is found dead. Can DCI Barnaby unravel the truth?
Barnaby and Scott investigate a death in Midsomer Mere, where villagers seem to have the ability to predict future events. Starring John Nettles, as Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby.
When solicitor Nick Turner falls to his death from a roof, Barnaby and Scott must discover if it is suicide or murder. Starring John Nettles, as Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby.
A tour of Plummer's famous relish factory ends in tragedy when one of the visitors is crushed against towers of relish bottles and dumped naked into a 200-degree sterilizer. Stars John Nettles.
Series Final. Forgery, old grudges and murder, is centred on a piece of music and its deceased composer. Starring John Nettles, as Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby.
Barnaby and Jones set about investigating the garrotting of a couple outside a deserted house. The house is considered to be haunted by the locals and so the murders draw a lot of attention.
At the corn exchange preparations are in full swing for the forthcoming production of Amadeus, unaware that the body of a local resident Agnes Gray, is about to be found floating in the river.
Barnaby and Jones are called out to investigate an apparent suicide. A woman's body is found in the river and no one seems surprised that she might have committed suicide, but Barnaby is sceptical.
The death of Sir Freddy Butler brings Barnaby and Jones to the privileged surroundings of Haddington Hall. He seems to have suffered a heart attack but Barnaby feels there has been foul play.
Martin Barrett is shot dead through the window of his home. Barrett is immaculate and cultured - and also has a penchant for blackmail, which Barnaby and Jones discover as they search for his killer.
Local Choir member, Connor Simpson, is found dead in his cottage. A pig's heart and unsavoury message lie as evidence in his kitchen bin. Barnaby and Jones are called to the scene.
Frank Hopkirk is found dead in a deserted timber yard by truanting school children. Frank indulged in some of the local "pursuits" and Barnaby and Jones must discover who stabbed him to death and why.
Blackmail, deceit and murder abound when a project to redevelop the old mill is struggling financially and many of the inhabitants of Morton Fendle believe that they've been conned out of a considerable amount of money.
Annie Woodrow is arrested for the murder of her old school friend. When her case comes to court ten months later, Barnaby is still not convinced that the full story has come out.
At the Skimmington Fayre, misogynistic Reverent Anthony Gant is shot dead, not long after his cousin Mildred has passed away. Barnaby is not convinced that Mildred died from natural causes.
When the body of a young man is found in a World War Two Humber full of exhaust fumes it looks like suicide. But Simon Bright was not alone - and he was hit on the head before he died.
When Faith Alexander arrives in Midsomer Deverell to meet her long-lost uncle Rex Masters, she is surprised to find he has disappeared and told everyone she was killed in a plane crash.
King's Crystal, a glassware factory, faces ruin following the death of its co-owner Alan King. His widow then marries Alan's brother Charles, and rumours circulate that Charles embezzled funds.
A body is found at the Lodge of the Golden Windhorse and Barnaby and Troy are called in to find out if this was a simple accident or if there are more sinister goings on.
When old rockers Hired Gun reform to play a gig at the Midsomer Rocks Festival, paranoid lead singer Gary Cooper is convinced someone is trying to warn them off.
When Dr Alan Delaney is killed, Barnaby realises the real target was Delaney's senior partner, Dr James Kirkwood. Is the killer trying to prevent James from marrying beautiful divorcee Delyth Mostyn?
Barnaby is implicated in a murder when a photo of him in a passionate embrace with another woman is displayed shortly before the woman's estranged husband, photographer Lionel Bell, is strangled.
The director of a new film of 'The Scarlet Pimpernel' is beheaded by a guillotine on set. Can Barnaby and Jones find the killer before the case becomes as bloody as the French Revolution?
A sex scandal which took place at Causton police station 16 years ago comes back to haunt Barnaby when an old colleague is battered to death.
Shortly after the successful theatrical director, Simon Fletcher arrives in Badgers Drift, a wealthy property developer, Richard Bayley, is brutally murdered. Who will be found responsible for his death?
Barnaby becomes an unwelcome guest at local baron Ned Fitzroy's wedding when the maid of honour is stabbed to death. What secrets are lurking in Midsomer high society?
A family feud dating back to WWI comes to a head when retired colonel Henry Hammond is murdered. Barnaby and Jones discover the dysfunctional families are connected by dangerous secrets.
A mystery from his schooldays comes back to haunt Jones following a spate of killings in the village. Could the murders be linked to a fatal accident and the disappearance of a teenager 20 years ago?
Already disliked for his negative reviews of local businesses, the owner of country magazine Midsomer Life Guy Sandys comes under scrutiny from Barnaby and Jones when a body is found near his house.
Jean Wildacre, a grandmother and magician's assistant, drops dead during a stage show, poisoned by a deadly tropical frog. Barnaby and Jones investigate the secretive world of Midsomer's Magic Circle.
A death stirs up bad memories for the residents of tranquil Midsomer Worthy. They fear the person behind three unresolved murders of girls in the wood is starting to kill again, nine years later.
Barnaby and Jones investigate an explosion at a haulage yard run by a Territorial Army commanding officer and his son James. James is ruthless in business but is he capable of arson or murder?
Two couples vanish in the tiny village of Monks Barton, amid rumours of witchcraft and haunted woods. A body is found and Barnaby and Jones must discover the secret of Barton Woods to find the killer.
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.
A newly discovered masterpiece by landscape artist Henry Hogson causes a stir when it is auctioned for £400,000 just hours before its former owner is tortured and killed. Barnaby decides to become an expert on the painter.
A former secret agent Geoffrey Larkin arrives in Midsomer Parva and stays at Allenby House, a country mansion run by former spies Sir Malcolm Frazer, his son Nicky and Nicky's wife Jenny as a safe house.
When an unpleasant and unpopular local magistrate is found shot dead in his house - what will investigations uncover about his past that may help find his murderer?
Midsomer University science fellow George Jeffers threatens to make public a problem with his state-of-the-art invention. When a schoolteacher is killed in a hit-and-run, Barnaby suspects Jeffers was the intended target.
In the village of Little Worthy, Bob Moss goes to open up his beloved model village to find a gruesome extra attraction. A young local has been stabbed and his corpse tied down like Gulliver in Liliput.
A cat burglar is on the loose, but what connects the victims? And has "the Creeper" now resorted to murder? This seems to be the case when David Roper is found smothered in his bed on the Chettham family estate.
A sleep-walking school teacher starts to believe she is slitting the throats of men in her sleep, but Barnaby isn't convinced that she is the culprit.
When Sonia Woodley is stabbed in the churchyard two years after the death of her abusive husband Gerald, Barnaby and Jones investigate - and the village starts to reveal its secrets.
The slashing of a 17th-century painting in Aspern Tallow museum appears to herald the start of a series of ghostly manifestations by the ghost of Jonathan Lowrie.
Tom Barnaby heads to Brighton to investigate a shady land deal involving the Mayor of Causton. With help from his cousin DCI John Barnaby, the detective sets out to crack the case.
During a Wild West Show, the witch on the 'Dunk the Witch' stall is well and truly dunked. Barnaby and Jones need to be quick on the draw to track down the murderer.
On a dark night Barnaby's wife Joyce swerves her car to narrowly miss a shadowy figure in the road. Or so she thinks. Did Joyce hit someone after all or was the victim killed by one of the villagers?
Barnaby and Jones start investigating a possible drowning, but can they intervene before the body count escalates?
When Midsomer Morchard's very own boxer John Kinsella wins a world title, betrayal, infidelity and blackmail all come to the surface among the villagers, even Barnaby finds his judgement is clouded.
Troy is in the Midsomer Worthy cricket eleven for the annual match against Fletchers Cross, so he is on the spot when the wife of Robert Cavendish, the Team Captain, is found bludgeoned to death with a cricket bat.
A series of inventively savage murders faces Barnaby and Jones as tensions rise over the development of an area of land in the village of Great Pelfe.