Midsomer Murders

Written In Blood

S1 / E2

After a noted author speaks before a group of local Midsomer writers, the naked body of the event's host is found bludgeoned to death in his bedroom.

S1 : E1

The Killings at Badger's Drift

An elderly woman is found dead in her own cottage and DCI Tom Barnaby is convinced the death is not a simple accident.

S1 : E2

Written In Blood

After a noted author speaks before a group of local Midsomer writers, the naked body of the event's host is found bludgeoned to death in his bedroom.

S1 : E3

Death of a Hollow Man

C.I. Barnaby donates time to the local amateur dramatic society when his wife Joyce is cast in a revival of "Amadeus," but complications arise when the leading man is murdered onstage.

S1 : E4

Faithful unto Death

When the wife of a wealthy local businessman disappears, Barnaby finds that Fawcett Green harbors a complex web of financial and romantic entanglements.

S1 : E5

Death in Disguise

DCI Barnaby needs all his wits about him as he investigates a string of deaths at a local New Age commune.

S2 : E1

Death's Shadow

The Barnabys plan to renew their wedding vows for their 25th anniversary when Tom is distracted by a murder committed with an Indian sword in Badger's Drift.

S2 : E2

Strangler's Wood

The nude body of a Brazilian woman is found strangled in the woods, which suggests that a serial killer from nine years before has begun killing again.

S2 : E3

Beyond the Grave

Fletcher's Cross is preparing for annual cricket match when the wife of local landowner and cricket captain is murdered after taking dog for a walk.

S2 : E4

Blood Will Out

The murder of a village blow-hard, who had few supporters among his neighbors, happens while a gathering of travelers is taking place.

S3 : E1

Dead Man's Eleven

Fox hunting, taxidermy and Oscar Wilde are part of the backdrop as Barnaby and Troy investigate a series of murders, beginning with that of a tramp in the woods.

S3 : E2

Blue Herrings

A visit to his convalescent aunt prompts Barnaby to investigate a series of suspicious deaths at the nursing home where she is staying.

S3 : E3

Judgement Day

When a local thief and womanizer is killed with a pitchfork, the residents of Midsomer Mallow fear for their chances in the Perfect Village Competition.

S3 : E4

Death of a Stranger

Barnaby and Troy, with an actor tagging along for research, investigate a slashed painting at a museum, which later turns out to be the site of a murder.

S4 : E1

Garden of Death

When an arrogant aristocratic family's decision to develop a memorial garden into a commercial tea shop has the villagers up in arms, murders past and present rear their heads.

S4 : E2

Destroying Angel

When a hotel owner dies, the manager misses the reading of the will that names him part-owner.

S4 : E3

The Electric Vendetta

The body of a criminal is found in a crop circle, and the locals blame Extra Terrestrail activity for the death. But Barnaby is not convinced.

S4 : E4

Who Killed Cock Robin?

Barnaby and Troy are drawn to Newton Magna where their search for a horse whisperer allegedly struck by a car is complicated by the discovery of a body in the town well.

S4 : E5

Dark Autumn

The near decapitation of the local postman, whose hyperactive libido also makes him the village lothario, leads to a series of grisly murders involving other promiscuous villagers.

S5 : E1

Tainted Fruit

When an arrogant aristocratic family's decision to develop a memorial garden into a commercial tea shop has the villagers up in arms, murders past and present rear their heads.When Barnaby and Troy discover the dead body of arrogant,beautiful, and spoilt daughter of the manor, Melissa Townsend, by a swimming pool at her house in Midsomer Malham, their investigation uncovers a seedy world of adultery and deceit within the affluent rural community.

S5 : E2

Ring Out Your Dead

The church bell ringers at Midsomer Wellow are being picked off one by one by a gun-toting assassin the week before a big bell-ringing competition. Before he can crack the case, DCI Barnaby has to unravel the significance of a killing in 1840, when the Midsomer Wellow Vicar of the day was murdered and thrown down a well.

S5 : E3

Murder on St Malley's Day

The village of Midsomer Parva is dominated by the imposing and exclusive Devington School. So when the college's Pudding Club sets off a murderous chain of events, ranks begin to close against Barnaby and Troy. Without access to inside information, catching a killer who is obsessed by loyalty, finding the school's hidden secrets puts the two detectives to the test.

S5 : E4

Market For Murder

When the founder of the women's reading club is found murdered with her own walking stick, it soon becomes clear to Barnaby and Troy that the wealthy village of Midsomer Market is not the genteel and cultural seat it appears.

S5 : E5

Worm In The Bud

The ancient Setwale Wood has provided remedies for the people of Midsomer Abbey for many decades, now it is the subject of court action by villagers to prevent the impecunious owner of Abbey Farm, James Harrington, from cutting it down. However, when the body of Susan Bartlett is food in the woods, Barnaby and Troy are sent to investigate what at first appears to be suicide, but smells suspiciously like murder.