Midsomer Murders

8:30pm Saturday, October 2 on Prime

Crime

Who Killed Cock Robin

On tonight’s instalment of Midsomer Murders a pub owner calls on Barnaby when the local doctor thinks he may have hit someone while driving home from a party at the glamorous Francesca Ward’s riding school, and an Irish stranger apparently vanishes at the same time.

8:30pm Saturday, September 25 on Prime

Crime

Electric Murders

A series of murders starts with the discovery of the naked body of a man in the centre of a mysterious crop circle. Rumours spread of alien activity, but Barnaby has other ideas, particularly when another body is found.

8:35pm Saturday, September 18 on Prime

Crime

On tonight’s Midsomer Murders the owner of Easterly Grange Hotel has died and left the hostel to four people. One of them is also the local Punch and Judy man, who goes missing shortly afterwards. When his severed hand is discovered in nearby woods, a murder enquiry is launched.

8:35pm Saturday, September 11 on Prime

Crime

Controversial plans to turn a memorial garden into a tea-room have upset the community, but things turn deadly when a young member of the family planning the tea-room is found murdered. A few days later her mother dies of poisoning, with the possibility of suicide firmly denied by her family and friends. Barnaby investigates the deaths and finds older and more deep-seated motives for murder lurking in another ancient family.

8:35pm Saturday, July 31 on Prime

Crime

Worm In The Bud

When Susan Bartlett’s body is discovered in the woods, villagers assume she killed herself (perhaps due to her depression about her infertility) but the ensuing murder investigation soon finds Barnaby and Troy in the midst of witchcraft, ancient potions, infidelity and land feuds.

8:30pm Saturday, July 24 on Prime

Crime

Market For Murder

In the beautiful village of Midsomer Market, five local women meet up for their reading club. But are their regular gatherings really as innocent as they sound? When the leader is found battered to death in her own home, the club’s secret activities are exposed.

8:30pm Saturday, July 3 on Prime

Murder on St Malley’s Day

The village of Midsomer Parva is dominated by the imposing Devington School – as a seat of learning, Devington may be undistinguished in the great world, but it is socially well-connected and it has economic clout. When the College’s Pudding Club sets off a murderous chain of events, ranks begin to close against Barnaby and Troy, and they need inside information to catch the killer. Is it someone from the local village who has a grudge against the school or is the killing motivated by activities at the school?

UKTV – Mondays from 7 June, 8.30pm

Wedding bells ring out in Midsomer at the start of this series as proud father DCI Tom Barnaby looks forward to walking his daughter Cully down the aisle at her marriage to fianc� Simon.

But when another wedding day in the picturesque countryside is shattered by the fatal stabbing of the bride’s maid of honour, Barnaby finds once again that murder and mayhem drag him away from his family.

As wife Joyce despairs and Cully suffers last-minute nerves, can Barnaby discover the dark secrets haunting the upper crust Fitzroys at their country seat of Bledlow Hall, and still make it to the church on time?

This episode, “Blood Wedding”, marks the beginning of four new cases facing Barnaby and his sidekick DS Ben Jones during the series.

John Nettles (Bergerac) and Daniel Casey (Steel River Blues), Jane Wymark (A Touch of Frost), Laura Howard (Casualty, The Bill).

8:30pm Saturday, May 29 on Prime

Weekend Murders

Ring Out Your Dead

Someone is killing off the bellringers of the parish church, the week leading up to a big bell-ringing competition. One young woman on the team is even shot dead in the churchyard on her wedding day! Before he can crack the case, Barnaby has to understand the significance of an old killing in the same village in the year 1840, when the Midsomer Wellow Vicar of the day, the Reverend Jonathan Ebbrell, was murdered and thrown down a well by the bellringers of his church.

8:30pm Saturday, May 22 on Prime

Weekend Murders

Tainted Fruit

The beautiful but spoilt daughter of the manor of the village of Midsomer (Melissa Townsend) starts receiving threatening letters. Soon after a break-in at the local vets Melissa is found dead having been injected with a lethal substance. Barnaby and Troy must solve the young girl�s murder, which proves even more difficult as key suspects needed to help solve this case are also found murdered.