Mysterious lights are seen in the sky over famous UFO hot-spot Cooper Hill. When a local forest ranger suffers a strange death, the visiting UFO spotters are convinced aliens are responsible.
The head of a local biscuit manufacturer, in Denmark to clinch a major export deal, is poisoned with strychnine. The investigation takes Barnaby and Nelson to Denmark, where they uncover a 20-year-old love affair.moreless
The owner of an airfield is dropped from an aeroplane into a reservoir, killing him instantly. The detectives uncover ancient enmities and a smuggling operation.
A wealthy landowner is tied to a tree, covered in truffle oil and eaten alive by wild boar. Barnaby's investigations lead him to a restaurant run by a celebrity chef.
A masked woman is found drowned in a river, and her father-in-law is crushed to death at a builder's yard. The retired local vicar claims that the murders are punishments for sinners, as depicted in a medieval fresco.moreless
A man is fatally stabbed with an antique sword during a ghost-hunting party at a manor house. New DS Charlie Nelson assists DCI John Barnaby.
A woman who works at the dairy behind the world-famous Midsomer Blue is crushed to death by a giant round of cheese. Barnaby and Jones uncover intrigue at the dairy.
The president of the chess society is found dead with an ice axe in his back and a chess notation in his mouth. Barnaby and Jones wonder whether an attack that left a young woman for dead could be linked to moves on a chess board.moreless
A holywood star, sister of a local actress, returns to Midsomer with her producer husband after an absence of 40 years. Meanwhile, a series of murders takes place, each echoing an incident in a film starring a member of the family.moreless
Barnaby and Jones investigate the murder of an amateur astronomer killed by a blow to the head during a total solar eclipse and uncover the inevitable sexual intrigue and academic rivalry.
Convicted killer Grady Felton returns to his childhood home after 18 years, causing anger in the community. A barrister who defended him in the trial is murdered and suspicion falls on Grady. Grady has an alibi though and when he ends up being critically injured in an arson attack it looks like somebody is out to take revengemoreless
Bentham DeQuetteville falls from the roof of his family estate after seeing a headless horseman, the ghost of his ancestor who died in the Civil War.
As more family members die, Barnaby and Jones have to discover the identity of the rider and why the DeQuetteville's are being targetted.moreless
The President of the Midsomer-in-the-Marsh bird watching society is murdered after an argument about the sighting of a rare bird. Barnaby has too work out what really motivated the murder
Midsomer Priory is vandalised but the reclusive nuns want no help from the police until one of the nuns is found strangled.
A VAT inspector disappears while investigating illegal distilling in Midsomer Abbas and Midsomer Herne. His body turns up in a barrel of cider while Barnaby and Jones are enjoying the annual cider festival.moreless
A farmer is murdered and suspicion falls on the local druids.
A young woman is dressed like a bride and drowned in a bath, but this is only the first of weeding-themed murders in Great Worthy. New mysteries to solve for Barnaby and Jones.moreless
A reclusive couple find their lives coming under police scrutiny after a social services investigator is killed. Barnaby finds out about generations of family secrets and has to decipher astronomical charts to discover the identity of the killer. Barnaby's wife arrives in the village as the head teacher at a local school.moreless
Inspector Barnaby's birthday is soon coming up, and Tom is reminded that he's nearing the age when his father died prematurely of a stroke. He starts thinking about his existence and how he wants to spend the rest of his life. Together with Joyce he goes to Midsomer Health Farm for a peaceful weekend. His weekend naturally ends up far from being peaceful...
This is John Nettles' last episode of Midsomer Murders.