Barnaby and Jones find themselves investigating the extended Butler family, uncovering hidden secrets, illegitimate children and elusive treasure in the process. While checking out, they mention they haven't been able to find what they're looking for: something old and derelict that they can do up. Vicar Magnus Soane and his curate repeatedly clash over these traditions. As tensions begin rising in the village, Barnaby soon suspects that something has happened to Alan's wife, Simone, when his behaviour suddenly changes. Eventually, the Barnaby family plus Jones make it to a 40s style dance night at the village hall before more villagers start turning up dead.
It quickly transpires that many in the village had hated the magistrate, who lied, bullied, and committed many an injustice, leaving the detectives determined to find who among them had pulled the trigger after Bridges pushed them past their breaking point. It's not long before legal documents, resentment of the family, and odd sightings, add to the mystery of the investigations. From familiar faces, to drunken boasts and hidden obessions, it slowly becomes clear that the mother's daughter might be the key to solving the murder, when more deaths follow. Barnaby and Jones find themselves delving into a mixture of fraud, smuggling, and lies, trying to piece together the truth. All is not as it seems.
As they investigate the mystery, Barnaby encounters an old adversary who is working to help renovate the village and whose daughter is getting married to a local boy. Slowly but surely, both begin uncovering a web of lies, affairs and domestic arguments, alongside a mysterious recluse with a hidden past. If you have any legal complaints please contact the appropriate media file hosters. At the Midsomer Abbas spring fayre which celebrates its friendship with Midsomer Herne, Barnaby and Jones sample the local cider, while temperance preacher Norman Grigor calls on residents to repent of their drunken ways. When more people suddenly die from bouts of spontaneous human combustion, the detectives soon suspect someone is using the illusion of witchcraft to cover up the real motive behind the murders.
When Barnaby and Jones investigate to determine who wanted Hopkirk dead, they find out that he secretly came to the village under various aliases for sexual rendezvous with various women in fantasy role-playing scenarios, and that he had been making further investigations on the future development site and having doubts over claims it was contaminated. Yet their investigation also turns up a wealth of secrets, lies, affairs, blackmail, and a mysterious death that occurred shortly before a break-in, before matters are complicated when another murder occurs during the cricket match. He soon realises the paintings are not what they seem — but the death toll is rising. When one of the members is initially suspected of the murder, but later murdered a short while after she is cleared of suspicions, Barnaby discovers the second victim was having secret affairs, leading him to believe the killer is privy to secrets within the village. For Barnaby and Troy, suspicions are drawn in on Robert's son, who openly resented his father's wife, and who owned the cricket bat that killed her. It quickly transpires that the victim not only had a secret lover, but had also smuggled a rare, priceless, one-of-a-kind orchid - the Yellow Roth - out of Borneo.
During a Wild West show at the local faire, the witch on the 'Dunk the Witch' stall is well and truly dunked but laughter soon turns to horror when she doesn't get up and the water in the tank starts to turn red. Barnaby investigates a possible murder when one skeleton is discovered to have teeth bearing modern dental work. Anne Merrick tells them that Winyard, the perfect abandoned cottage in the woods, might be for sale. Things soon come to a head when independent environmental supervisor, Frank Hopkirk, is found stabbed to death at a Jubb's Timber Yard, the site of the new supermarket, by a pair of children. Furthermore, they've got to find Miss Sharp and their investigation leads them to linking Simon and Laura with the villagers of Morton Fendle, who met at Elaine Trim's dancing classes. But can they intervene before the body count escalates and will the talented Zoe survive her master class? As he and Troy investigate the area, including a local tobacco company the victim was associated with, they soon encounter several matters, including a retired detective obsessed with the previous murders, problematic evidence, family troubles, and secret affairs, before another death follows. At the lavish reception at Bledlow Hall that follows, however, tragedy strikes - maid of honour Marina Fellowes is found murdered in one of the rooms by some of the guests.
Later that night a body is discovered in the old cemetery. As they investigate, finding themselves drawn to the seaside, they slowly uncover deception, theft, attempted blackmail and hatred. Then David is murdered during the climax of a summer solstice celebration, while performing a ceremony to save his failing marriage. Naturally, he joins the trip, but during their time in Brighton, a hated property developer is beheaded on a ghost house ride, prompting Barnaby to team up with his cousin to determine whether the developer's renters, the mayor, a gloomy reverend , or the lady of a large estate are responsible, and soon discovers a hotbed of jealously, debt, lies and more, conceal a far darker secret. And once he is replaced on the case, finding the culprit seems less likely than ever, as his replacement is more concerned of an upcoming wedding than the investigation. Will Jack Purdy's quick temper lead to violence? Barnaby and Jones wonder who wanted him dead, but when the woman he was secretly meeting is killed during the village's Crazy Craft race, the pair have to delve in and discover who might be lying and hiding secrets. As Barnaby and Jones try to find out the truth behind the ghostly figure, their investigation uncovers shocking secrets about the DeQuettevilles.
With their honeymoon cancelled, the Fitzroys must contend with a police presence in their home, as Barnaby and Jones try to learn more about the family history. Geoffrey is soon gashed to death after a cricket match in Midsomer Parva, and the locals blame the 'beast of Midsomer'. And do current events somehow relate to the death of Michael Wilson many years earlier? Following an explosion in a truck that had been stored in a truck depot, a body is soon discovered in a nearby lake, which turns out to be Alec Grainger, who had been seen arguing with James Parkes , the son of Colonel Matt Parkes. Their investigation quickly turns up hidden conspiracies concerning both the school and its secretive, elite group known as the Pudding Club, whose members throw up a wall of silence, just before more bodies turn up. So the CouchTuner is not liable for any copyrighted, legality or any other aspect of the linked sites mentioned. When the post mortem confirms her death was no accident, the pair discover that nothing is what it seems to be within the sleepy village as they try to find out what exactly she saw.
When they discover that Barrett was an expert blackmailer, his victims become prime suspects for his death - from a local pub landlord, a cleaner, a prominent member of the police board, to a former marine geologist. Not long after their investigation begins, a retired doctor, whom she had worked for, is murdered in his home during the village's open day with an apple left beside his body. Although they assume the motive was over the sale of the horse, they soon find a darker motive when one of the other owners is murdered in the exact same fashion, but with a pennant of cloth left in their mouth. But he and Barnaby soon start digging into an old case involving the death of a couple in a boat explosion. Help Tips: If the video stops:Refresh the page and play where it stopped. The current lead character is John Barnaby , who works for Causton.
As the detectives become aware of a feud between Guy and the proprietor of the Morecroft Hotel, tensions are also heating up between the locals and visiting Londoners. The show is based on 's book series, as originally adapted by. Can Barnaby riddle out the reason for the strange 1950s dance music heard playing at each murder scene? Grady has just returned to the village of Binwell where he committed the murder years ago amid much anger from locals. As of 17 March 2019, 118 episodes have aired over 20 series. First appearance of Simon Dixon Cully's boyfriend and later fiance, portrayed by Sam Hazeldine. His death quickly turns the community against Liz Francis, the local teacher who organized it, yet as Barnaby and Scott investigate his murder, they soon discover that the curate had been in conflict with Alan Clifford, a pornographer who had moved into the area recently.
Even Isobel's close family and members of a local fly fishing group are suspects as they investigate all possible angles. Date Aired Midsomer Murders Episodes Season 1 22 March 1998 29 March 1998 22 April 1998 06 May 1998 6 May 1999 Season 2 20 January 1999 03 February 1999 10 February 1999 19 September 1999 Season 3 31 December 1999 22 January 2000 29 January 2000 05 February 2000 Season 4 10 September 2000 26 August 2001 02 September 2001 09 September 2001 16 September 2001 23 September 2001 Season 5 16 June 2002 23 June 2002 15 September 2002 22 September 2002 Season 6 03 January 2003 10 January 2003 17 January 2003 24 January 2003 31 January 2003 Season 7 02 November 2003 04 January 2004 11 January 2004 18 January 2004 25 January 2004 29 February 2004 25 December 2004 Season 8 10 October 2004 17 October 2004 9 January 2005 09 January 2005 16 January 2005 23 January 2005 14 March 2005 03 April 2005 02 October 2005 Season 9 09 October 2005 26 February 2006 05 March 2006 12 March 2006 03 September 2006 10 September 2006 17 September 2006 24 September 2006 Season 10 12 November 2006 19 January 2007 26 January 2007 02 February 2007 08 May 2007 03 June 2007 07 October 2007 14 October 2007 Season 11 01 January 2008 10 May 2008 24 May 2008 31 May 2008 14 June 2008 05 August 2008 5 August 2008 Season 12 19 March 2009 26 March 2009 07 July 2009 21 July 2009 20 September 2009 27 September 2009 04 October 2009 2009 Season 13 10 February 2010 12 May 2010 08 September 2010 22 September 2010 06 October 2010 13 October 2010 12 January 2011 02 February 2011 Season 14 23 March 2011 30 March 2011 20 April 2011 25 May 2011 21 September 2011 12 October 2011 26 October 2011 11 January 2012 Season 15 01 February 2012 21 March 2012 25 September 2012 02 January 2013 09 January 2013 30 January 2013 Season 16 24 December 2013 30 November 2013 30 November 2013 30 November 2013 30 November 2013 Season 17 28 January 2015 04 February 2015 11 February 2015 18 February 2015 Season 18 06 January 2016 13 January 2016 27 January 2016 03 February 2016 10 February 2016 17 February 2016 Season 19 20 August 2017 27 August 2017 Season 20 13 May 2018 20 May 2018 27 May 2018 03 June 2018. In addition to strife between members of the family, the factory workers are outraged at the loss of their jobs. Even though her parents don't believe her, Julie Fielding is adamant she saw the woman's body. Despite having a week off from police work, her nephew Barnaby, concerned for her well being, decides to investigate the matter, and it is not long before he and Troy uncover theft, lies and secret flings, as more deaths follow. James appears to be involved in shady business deals and is blamed by his grandmother Caroline Halsey — and others — for the suicide of a woman he got pregnant two years before. The victim was well known to the family and had been on a tour of the factory the day before his body was found, around the same time that the Plummers had been discussing the state of the floundering business during a general meeting, to which Ralph Plummer had angered his siblings by refusing to sell it.