Staffel werden die Ermittlungen von Inspector Tom Barnaby (John Nettles) und seiner Assistenten in den Mittelpunkt gestellt. Dabei steht Barnaby bis zur sechsten. Seit über 20 Jahren ermitteln Inspector Tom Barnaby (Shakespeare-Darsteller und Buchautor John Nettles) und sein Nachfolger und Cousin Inspector John. Liegt es an der einmaligen Verbindung aus Spannung und Humor, mit der es den Chefermittlern Tom Barnaby (John Nettles) und später seinem Cousin John.
02 PuppenmordeNeil Dudgeon, Nachfolger von John Nettles, ermittelt als Inspector Barnaby in der fiktiven und mörderischen Grafschaft Midsomer. Seit über 20 Jahren ermitteln Inspector Tom Barnaby (Shakespeare-Darsteller und Buchautor John Nettles) und sein Nachfolger und Cousin Inspector John. Doch wie DCI John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) und sein Assistent DS Jamie Winter (Nick Hendrix) schnell herausfinden, kümmerte sich.
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Barnaby is a sagacious and perceptive individual, able to recognise seemingly obscure clues. Barnaby's social life revolves around his wife Joyce and his daughter Cully, who often provide a personal connection with the crimes that he is investigating.
Barnaby's parents are both deceased by the episode "Blue Herrings". In his last appearance, "Fit for Murder", we learn that his father died on his birthday, at Barnaby's current age.
Detective Sergeant later Inspector Gavin Troy Daniel Casey main: series 1—7; guest: series 11 —DCI Barnaby's first assistant.
Troy is bright and ambitious. In "Market For Murder" and "Destroying Angel" Troy provides valuable insight, finding out how the killers committed the murders, so oddly it was not Barnaby who solved those cases.
In "Painted In Blood", Barnaby is forbidden to take part in the investigation, but Troy supplies him with information.
Later on, Barnaby is taken hostage in a bank robbery and might have died until Troy snuck in and attacked the robber, yet at the same Troy would himself have been killed had Barnaby not stepped in, but together they overpower the robber.
Troy's relationship with Barnaby is warm, and the two make a formidable pair. Troy was promoted to Inspector and transferred to Northumbria in the first episode of the seventh series, called "The Green Man".
Doctor George Bullard Barry Jackson series 1—14 —Causton's resident pathologist. Bullard goes about his work with a professional skill and a cheery personality.
He is a good friend of Tom Barnaby's and has been a regular throughout the series save for a brief spell, when his place was taken by Dr Dan Peterson played by Toby Jones.
In later episodes Bullard has often played a greater role in the plot, even making a sterling appearance in the Midsomer Worthy Choir in "Death in Chorus".
In one episode he admits to the "accidental" death of his first wife while on tour at a slaughter house.
At the end of "The Oblong Murders" Bullard tells Barnaby that he's going to take some time off: "I've decided to do some fishing. Like Tom.
He suggested a holiday in Ireland. Joyce Barnaby Jane Wymark series 1—13 —DCI Tom Barnaby's long-suffering wife. She is tolerant of her husband, despite his being a workaholic who spent their honeymoon solving the case of the " Pimlico Poisoner", which suggests that they met in London.
Joyce is an easy-going and friendly woman who likes to be involved in community activities. John Nettles Daniel Casey Barry Jackson Jane Wymark Laura Howard Toby Jones John Hopkins Jason Hughes Kirsty Dillon Neil Dudgeon Fiona Dolman Tamzin Malleson Gwilym Lee Manjinder Virk Nick Hendrix Annette Badland.
Brian True-May 1—89 Jo Wright 90— Jonathan Fisher from Michele Buck from Stereo — Dolby Digital 5. Main article: List of Midsomer Murders characters.
Characters and the series where they appeared Character Actor Series 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 DCI Tom Barnaby John Nettles Main Joyce Barnaby Jane Wymark Main DS Gavin Troy Daniel Casey Main Guest Dr George Bullard Barry Jackson Main Main Recurring Main Dr Dan Peterson Toby Jones Recurring Main DS Daniel Scott John Hopkins Main DS Benjamin Jones Jason Hughes Main Guest DC Gail Stephens Kirsty Dillon Recurring Main DCI John Barnaby Neil Dudgeon Recurring Main Sarah Barnaby Fiona Dolman Main Dr Kate Wilding Tamzin Malleson Recurring Main DS Charlie Nelson Gwilym Lee Main Dr Kam Karimore Manjinder Virk Main DS Jamie Winter Nick Hendrix Main Dr.
Fleur Perkins Annette Badland Main. Main article: List of Midsomer Murders episodes. The Guardian.
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Jamie and Barnaby talk to a young man, Zachary Lambert, in the wake of a murder in Sawleyton, really only intending to talk to his grandparents.
That was all. Jamie definitely didn't intend for it to turn into something else, especially not like this.
Archive of Our Own beta Log In User name or email: Password: Remember Me Forgot password? Barnaby and Troy set out who would want to kill a dying man.
With many hidden secrets to uncover within the village the truth finally emerges but not until two further deaths occur. Nine years ago, a series of women were strangled with a neck-tie and left naked in woodland on the edge of Midsomer Worthy.
When a Brazilian woman who had recently arrived in the village is also found murdered in the same way within the woods.
Tara Cavendish, the second wife of local landowner and cricket captain Robert Cavendish, has since gone missing after taking their dog for a walk.
When her body is later discovered near to a disused quarry, with the weapon, a cricket bat lying next to her.
The detectives set out to find that years before there had been an explosion at the quarry which killed a man.
Making them believe that someone could be out for revenge. The case gets more complex when a blackmailer is stabbed during the cricket match and learn that the previous housekeeper of Cavendish, fell into the quarry eighteen months earlier.
Moira Armstrong. Shortly after two groups of travellers arrive in the village of Martyr Warren, local magistrate Hector Bridges is killed with his own shotgun.
Barnaby and Troy had to dissuade him from forcefully evicting the travellers with help from his army friends and learn Hector was a bully and disliked by many who knew him.
The detectives have to unravel a tangle of relationships before they track down the culprit. Shortly before his retirement, Superintendent Pringle arrests a local poacher for the murder of a tramp during a fox hunt in woodland close to the village of Upper Marshwood.
DCI Barnaby is unsure that the poacher was the killer. As they reopen the investigation, they find many hidden secrets amongst the villagers.
Hugh Whitemore. Alice Bly arrives at Lawnside, a nursing home in Aspern Tallow to rest after having hospital treatment.
She soon suspects something is not right when a fellow resident seemingly dies the night after her arrival. Jeremy Silberston. Anthony Horowitz. Barnaby and Troy discover that he had been stabbed with a pitchfork while squatting at a abandoned farm.
The detectives deduce if one of his burglary victims, his accomplice in the robberies or another disgruntled villager may have been the killer.
As the competition unfolds on the village green, one of the judges is poisoned and killed in front of the detectives and the entire village.
Barnaby and Troy have to travel back in time to identify the killer. A slashed portrait of Jonathan Lowrie in the museum at Aspern Tallow, brings Barnaby and Troy to investigate.
The villagers of Midsomer Deverell are angered over plans by the Inkpen family to convert the public memorial garden into a tea shop.
Barnaby and Troy suspect that someone maybe determined to stop the destruction. As their investigations continue they discover a web of snobbery, greed, illegitimacy and mourning.
When Elspeth, herself is murdered while staying at the vicarage, they need to find the truth and catch the culprit.
When Gregory Chambers, manager of the Easterly Grange Hotel, goes missing just before the funeral of Karl Wainwright, his employer.
After venturing into the woods to collect wild mushrooms. His wife tells everyone, including the police that nothing is untoward.
During a search of the woods, a severed hand is found. Barnaby and Troy have their work cut out with rivalries, secret affairs and loves, jealousies and hatred.
Before more bodies turn up, with one again in a crop circle. The village doctor of Newton Magna, involves the police after he accidentally hits a man in the road following a party.
They find that the injured man is nowhere to be found. When the body of Robin Wooliscroft is discovered and who disappeared over a year before is pulled up from a well.
The detectives start their case, they come up against, suspicions, lies, disapproving families, resentments and hidden secrets, before another victim is found and get to the truth.
Barnaby and Troy, together with WPC Jay Nash start investigating. They discover that he had slept with many women in the village.
A witness later recalls having heard strange s dance music before the murder. When others become victims to the killer, they need to find a possible link to connect them before Jay gets into a perilous situation herself.
In the affluent village of Midsomer Malham, Melissa Townsend is found murdered by an injection of barbiturates. Miss Townsend had angered many and had received death threats after being blamed for the death of a local tenant.
Both Barnaby and Troy soon discover that the barbiturates had been stolen in a burglary at the local vets surgery. With attempted blackmail, greed, jealousy and secrets in the mix, the detectives have to set out to catch the killer, not long after more villagers start turning up dead.
During one evening in Midsomer Market, a car belonging to wealthy stock broker Selwyn Proctor is set ablaze, shortly after he has started its ignition and narrowly escaping.
The body of Marjorie Empson, the head of a local ladies reading club is found in her own home. The detectives quickly discover that the two events may be connected, when it transpires that the club was secretly investing in the stock market.
With an array of suspects and motives, they both uncover hidden passions, secrets and jealousy, before more murders occur.
DCI Barnaby and DS Troy discover that the wood is at the centre of a court case over a proposed redevelopment between neighbouring farmers Simon Bartlett and James Harrington.
The detectives quickly suspect murder when two curious children tell them they found the body the previous afternoon while at play in the woods.
As they investigate they uncover a web of witchcraft, potions and hidden secrets to identify the guilty. Including hoping to win the annual striking competition.
Someone begins to target the bell-ringers one by one, when one of them is found shot in the heart in the belfry. Barnaby and Troy begin to investigate and step back in time needing to follow the lines of a well known poem left by each victim, to identify the killer.
During the annual St. DCI Barnaby and DS Troy discover that Daniel had wanted to run away during the race. Whose members are not readily forthcoming with information, before more bodies are found.
Again more suspects and motives abound leaving the police to eliminate the innocent from the guilty.
In the village of Malham Bridge, eccentric widow Isobel Hewitt and adulterous doctor Duncan Goff are both murdered while fly fishing near the riverbank.
DCI Barnaby and DS Troy question if one or the other was the target and whether one just happened to stumble across the other.
Many suspects and motives abound, as the detectives try to find out. When the body of Martin Wroath is found in his home in Midsomer Worthy.
From first appearances it looks as though he had committed suicide by shotgun. Evidence soon suggests that he was murdered.
When a second murder takes place, in the grounds of the cottage hospital. The detectives need to uncover any possible connections to link the deaths.
Wading through many grudges, jealousies and lies in the process, before rope starts mysteriously disappearing from the village.
Joyce joins the local watercolour society for an open-air art class, upon the village green in Midsomer Florey. Shortly before taking a break, she stumbles across the body of elderly Ruth Fairfax, a fellow artist found in the undergrowth.
It turns out that she had more to her than meets the eye. His family quickly suggest that it was someone from the rival village of Lower Warden. Barnaby and Troy have to investigate, blackmail, affairs, secrets and more to find out why.
In the village of Midsomer Magna, the body of a man is found who had apparently drowned himself. The post-mortem says that he was indeed murdered.
Whilst DS Troy assists a pretty wildlife liaison officer with an investigation into the illegal sale of protected birds eggs. Both Barnaby and Troy find their cases intertwining when another man who owned a collection of illegal birds eggs is also murdered.
Last regular appearance of DS Gavin Troy. Peter J. First appearance of DS Dan Scott. Back in , Roger Heldman died in what appeared to be an accident, during a dig at Midsomer Barrow.
It unearthed two important Celtic pieces, a spear and chalice. Barnaby and Troy find themselves investigating, rituals, plagiarism, lies and a tangle of relationships.
DCI Barnaby and DS Scott arrive in Midsomer St. Michael, to investigate the death of a former prize-winning author Richard Rackham. With village preparations well underway for its 12th Literary festival, it brings with it feuding writers, publishers and editors.
The village pub of Midsomer Worthy, The Maid in Splendour, is the workplace of many locals. One night a popular barman Jamie Cruickshank is found dead near an abandoned cottage in the woods.
The new manager Stephen Bannerman who is thoroughly disliked by many wants to sell the Maid to property developers in secret.
When Stephen is murdered, Barnaby and Scott have to find out whether Jamie was the intended target. The villagers of Midsomer Parva have all come out one evening to see the revival of an old Pagan festival.
The centrepiece is a straw effigy of a woman. When it is set alight and people look on in wonder, it soon turns to horror when the local curate screams out in pain from within the effigy.
The villagers quickly turn against Liz Francis, a local teacher who had organised the event.Repeat screenings are also aired on the subscription channels UKTV and 13th Street. Show all 51 episodes. Fast forward to today, the Serien Stream Home has gained popularity across the globe on popular streaming sites.