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"Midsomer Murders" (1997) More at IMDbPro »

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Year: 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Killings at Badger's Drift

23 March 1997
An elderly woman is found dead in her own cottage and DCI Tom Barnaby is convinced the death is not a simple accident.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Renée Asherson ... Emily Simpson (as Renee Asherson)
Rosalie Crutchley ... Lucy Bellringer

Jonathan Firth ... Michael Lacey

Emily Mortimer ... Katherine Lacey

Julian Glover ... Henry Trace

Selina Cadell ... Phyllis Cadell

Christopher Villiers ... David Whitely
Richard Cant ... Dennis Rainbird

Elizabeth Spriggs ... Iris Rainbird
Bill Wallis ... Dr. Trevor Lessiter

Diana Hardcastle ... Barbara Lessiter

Jessica Hynes ... Judith Lessiter (as Jessica Stevenson)

Barbara Young ... Anne Quine
Avril Elgar ... Mary Sharpe
Cory Pulman ... Terry Bazely
Peter Jordan ... Counseller 1

Marlene Sidaway ... Counseller 2
Jonathan Oliver ... Counseller 3
Simon Godwin ... Giovanni
Neil Conrich ... Duty Police Officer

Paul Putner ... Policeman
Nigel Asbridge ... Vicar
Guy Normas ... Grave Digger (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Written in Blood

22 March 1998
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Anna Massey ... Honoria Lyddiard

Joanna David ... Amy Lyddiard
David Troughton ... Brian Clapper

John Shrapnel ... Max Jennings
Jane Booker ... Laura Hutton
Judith Scott ... Sue Clapper
Robert Swann ... Gerald Hadleigh

Una Stubbs ... Selina Jennings
Annoushka Le Gallois ... Barbara Neale

Marlene Sidaway ... Mrs. Bundy
Nancy Lodder ... Edie Carter
Daniel Newman ... Tom Carter
Marcus Rogers ... Denzel
Zoot Lynam ... Collar
Mark Bagnall ... Boreham
John Bardon ... Mr. Belgrove
Jacqueline Morgan ... Miss Panter

Timothy Bateson ... James Jocelyne
Jay Barrymore ... Liam
Murray Ewan ... Liam's Father
Neil Conrich ... Police Constable Angel

Paul Putner ... Policeman 2

David Maybrick ... Policeman 3
Brian Parr ... Mr. Baker
Bryan Burdon ... Barman
Richard Parkin ... Brad (Cully's Boyfriend) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Death of a Hollow Man

29 March 1998
Barnaby donates time to the local amateur when Joyce is cast in a revival of "Amadeus," but complications arise when the leading man is murdered onstage.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard
Denyse Alexander ... Agnes Gray
Janine Duvitski ... Deirdre Tibbs
Ian Fitzgibbon ... David Smy
Geoffrey Hutchings ... Colin Smy
Bernard Hepton ... Harold Winstanley

Angela Pleasence ... Doris Winstanley
Sarah Badel ... Rosa Carmichael
Ed Waters ... Nicholas Bentley

Nicholas Woodeson ... Avery Phillips (as Nick Woodeson)
Richard Huw ... Tim Young

Nicholas Le Prevost ... Esslyn Carmichael
Debra Stephenson ... Kitty Carmichael
Vivienne Moore ... Jenny Evers
John Cater ... Mr. Tibbs
Hilary Crane ... Mrs. Maddox
Robert McIntosh ... Charles Makepeace
Patricia Heneghan ... Peggy Marshall
Michael Cronin ... Emperor Joseph
Elizabeth Tyrrell ... Elderly Lady
Neil Conrich ... Police Constable Angel
Megan Fisher ... WPC Hitchens
Eunice Roberts ... TV Announcer

Sonya Walger ... Becky Smith
Alan Leith ... Mr. Green
Iain Fraser ... Constable
Catherine Bott ... Solo Voice
Tim Packham ... Man Walking Dog (uncredited)
Laurence Richardson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Faithful unto Death

22 April 1998
When the wife of a wealthy local businessman disappears, Barnaby finds that Fawcett Green harbors a complex web of financial and romantic entanglements.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Paul Brooke ... Nigel Anderson
Rosalind Ayres ... Doreen Anderson
Eleanor Summerfield ... Elfrida Molfrey
Peter Jones ... Bunny Dawlish

Tessa Peake-Jones ... Sarah Lawton

Lesley Vickerage ... Simone Hollingsworth

Roger Allam ... Alan Hollingsworth

Michele Dotrice ... Felicity Buckley
Paul Chapman ... Reg Buckley
Sophie Stanton ... Brenda Buckley

Mark Bazeley ... Gray Patterson
Alwyne Taylor ... Catherine Bullard
Andrew Powell ... Vince Perry
David Daker ... Harry Vellacott
Neville Phillips ... Richard
Ann Queensberry ... Hermione
Tom Mullion ... Freddy
Oliver Lavery-Farag ... School Boy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Death in Disguise

6 May 1998
DCI Barnaby needs all his wits about him as he investigates a string of deaths at a local New Age commune.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Judy Cornwell ... May Cuttle

Charles Kay ... Arno Gibbs

Michael Feast ... Ian Craigie
Colin Farrell ... Ken Beavers
Diane Bull ... Heather Beavers

Stephen Moyer ... Christopher Wainwright

Miles Anderson ... Guy Gamelin
Susan Tracy ... Felicity Gamelin
Robert Pickavance ... William Carter
Daniel Hart ... Tim Riley

Tilly Blackwood ... Trixie Channing
Anna Bolt ... Suhami / Sylvie Gamelin

Mary Healey ... Mrs. Cook
Graham Turner ... Raymond Jennings

Dolly Wells ... Ava Rokeby

Ashley Artus ... Terry Lightfoot
Caroline Lintott ... Researcher
Jon Glover ... Interviewer
Geoffrey Beevers ... Newscaster
Siobhan O'Carroll ... Waitress
Brett Allen ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Guy Thompson ... Roman General (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Death's Shadow

20 January 1999
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.

Season 2, Episode 2: Strangler's Wood

3 February 1999
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby
Peter Eyre ... Leonard Pike

Kathleen Byron ... Dorothea Pike
Frank Windsor ... George Meakham
Anne Stallybrass ... Emily Meakham

Trudie Styler ... Liz Frances
Jeremy Clyde ... Bill Mitchell

Phyllis Logan ... Kate Merrill

Nicholas Farrell ... John Merrill (as Nick Farrell)
Tom Eilenberg ... David Merrill

Debbie Chazen ... Anna Santarosa
Betty Romani ... Carla Constanza (as Betti Romani)

Toby Jones ... Dan Peterson
Cyril Shaps ... Sebastian Renwick
Katy Brittain ... Gloria Bradley
Neil Conrich ... Police Constable Angel

Frank Carson ... Nick (as Frankie Carson)
Anthony Howes ... Milkman
Elizabeth Tyrrell ... Ticket Seller
Tara Hugo ... Ad Woman
George Cooper ... Brazilian Bandit (as George Lane Cooper)
Rebecca Charles ... Path Lab Assistant

Season 2, Episode 3: Dead Man's Eleven

12 September 1999
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Robert Hardy ... Robert Cavendish

Anthony Calf ... Stephen Cavendish

Annabelle Apsion ... Jane Cavendish

Felicity Dean ... Tara Cavendish
Penelope Beaumont ... Mrs. Wilson
Duncan Preston ... Colin Cooper

Imelda Staunton ... Christine Cooper
Terence Rigby ... Ian Frasier

Delia Lindsay ... Zelda Frasier
Zoë Hart ... Patricia Smith (as Zoe Hart)
Terence Corrigan ... Charles Jennings

Toby Jones ... Dan Peterson
Hilda Braid ... Doreen Beavis
Susan Field ... Emily Beavis

Eileen Davies ... Olive Beauvoisin
Joss Gower ... Matthew Draper
Ella Jones ... Young Trish

Amanda Walker ... Edwina the Rambler

Richard Dee-Roberts ... Police officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Blood Will Out

19 September 1999
The murder of a village blow-hard, who had few supporters among his neighbors, happens while a gathering of travelers is taking place.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. George Bullard

Kevin McNally ... Orville Tudway

John Duttine ... Will Saxby

Elizabeth Garvie ... Muriel Saxby

Paul Jesson ... Hector Bridges
Tricia George ... Jenny Bridges

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Fleur Bridges
Rowena Cooper ... Tilly Dinsdale

Phyllida Law ... Felicity Dinsdale
Ian Thompson ... Peter Fairfax
Daniel Betts ... Stefan Miller
Jerome Willis ... John Smith

Nick Moran ... Michael Smith
Elizabeth Thomas ... Rachel Smith
David Allister ... Maj. Harry Tomkinson
Francis Lee ... Shop Assistant
Brett Reylander ... Police Sergeant (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Death of a Stranger

31 December 1999
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Richard Johnson ... James Fitzroy

Jennifer Hilary ... Sarah Fitzroy

Dominic Mafham ... Grahame Tranter
Diane Fletcher ... Marcia Tranter
Sarah Winman ... Kate Tranter

James Bolam ... Ron Pringle
Janet Dale ... Betty Pringle
Jeanne Hepple ... Linda Wagstaff
Peter Bayliss ... Tramp
Jane Wood ... Cathy Gurdie
Fred Ridgeway ... Ben Gurdie

Tom Smith ... Billy Gurdie

Jonie Broom ... Dave Hedges

Simon McBurney ... Henry Carstairs

Toby Jones ... Dan Peterson
Patricia Valentine ... Sandra
Arlene Cockburn ... Charlotte

David Maybrick ... Policeman

Shenagh Govan ... Matron
Frank Mills ... Fred Rodale
Eve Pearce ... Lady Bracknell

Grant Gillespie ... Jack Worthing
Simon Greiff ... Director
Tim Burrett ... Hunt Follower (uncredited)

Richard Dee-Roberts ... Police officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Blue Herrings

22 January 2000
A visit to his convalescent aunt prompts Barnaby to investigate a series of suspicious deaths at the nursing home where she is staying.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby
Phyllis Calvert ... Alice Bly

Nigel Davenport ... William Smithers
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Arthur Prewitt

Mary Wimbush ... George Watson
Gudrun Ure ... Celia Armstrong
Angela Down ... Pru Bennett
Colin Tierney ... Mungo Mortimer
Clive Wood ... Dr. Clive Warnford

Deborah Findlay ... Hilary Richards
Carolyn Pickles ... Sister Lovelace
Miranda Kingsley ... Nurse Bartlett
Mali Harries ... Nurse O'Casey
Sam Beazley ... Cyril Toft
Matyelok Gibbs ... Muriel Harrap
Georgine Anderson ... Madge Fielding
Daphne Goddard ... Miss Laybourne
Arthur Cox ... Landlord
Cyril Shaps ... Jeweller

Caroline John ... Florist
Sarah Ball ... Shop Assistant
Katherine Tozer ... Hotel Receptionist
David Killick ... Waiter

Richard Dee-Roberts ... Police officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Judgement Day

29 January 2000
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sergeant Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Timothy West ... Marcus Devere

Hannah Gordon ... Bella Devere

Richard Hope ... Gordon Brierly

Marsha Fitzalan ... Laura Brierly
Maggie Steed ... Rosemary Furman
Nickolas Grace ... Frank Mannion

Josephine Tewson ... Samantha Johnstone

Barbara Jefford ... Barbara Drinkwater
Moray Watson ... Edward Allardice
Shelagh Fraser ... Jane Rochelle

Orlando Bloom ... Peter Drinkwater

Chloe Tucker ... Caroline Devere
Bill Thomas ... Ray Dorset

Tobias Menzies ... Jack Dorset

Toby Jones ... Dan Peterson

Caroline Faber ... Ruth Weston

Richard Trinder ... Michael Weston
Emily Canfor-Dumas ... Annabel Weston

Marlene Sidaway ... Mrs. Foster

Robert Goodale ... Dr. Sellers
Malcolm Rennie ... Alderman
Dominic Childs ... Alex
Cassian Horowitz ... James
Liam Ryan ... Boom Operator (uncredited)
Jeremy Silberston ... Jeremy the Director (uncredited)
Roger Tooley ... Camera Operator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Beyond the Grave

5 February 2000
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. George Bullard

Malcolm Sinclair ... Alan Bradford

Cheryl Campbell ... Sandra MacKillop

David Robb ... Charles MacKillop

James Laurenson ... James Tate

Prunella Scales ... Eleanor Bunsall

Patricia Brake ... Anne Quarritch

Sylvestra Le Touzel ... Linda Marquis
Roger Sloman ... Ralph Bailey
Ed Waters ... Nico Bentley
Charles Simon ... Marcus Lowrie
Neil Conrich ... Police Constable Angel
Alwyne Taylor ... Dr. Catherine Bullard
Chris Stanton ... Vicar

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Garden of Death

10 September 2000
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sergeant Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Sarah Alexander ... Fliss Inkpen-Thomas
Dean Batchelor ... Michael
Anthony Bate ... Augustus Deverell
Raymond Bowers ... Desmond Cox

Anna Calder-Marshall ... Susan Millard

Tom Chadbon ... Charles King

Simon Chandler ... Richard Deverell

Elaine Donnelly ... Elaine
Kate Duchêne ... Jane Bennett (as Kate Duchene)

Neil Dudgeon ... Daniel Bolt

Victoria Hamilton ... Hilary Inkpen

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard
Shirley King ... Marie Widger
Belinda Lang ... Elspeth Inkpen-Thomas
Valerie Minifie ... Cynthia
Neville Phillips ... Archie Craddock
David Ross ... Rodney Widger
Katherine Stark ... Mary
Frederick Treves ... Gerald Bennett
Michael Tucek ... Dean

Margaret Tyzack ... Naomi Inkpen
Sam Cox ... Shaun Widdowson (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Destroying Angel

26 August 2001
When a hotel owner dies, the manager misses the reading of the will that names him part-owner.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Electric Vendetta

2 September 2001
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Patrick Baladi ... Steve Ramsey

Daisy Bates ... Lucy Ramsey
Michael Bertenshaw ... Michael Rycroft
Graham Bill ... Driver

Jonie Broom ... Dave Hedges

Kenneth Colley ... Lloyd Kirby
Amy Darcy ... Young Isabel
Alison Fiske ... Beatrice Chatwyn
Donald Gee ... Reverend Ellis
Nigel Harrison ... Dave Ripert
Ursula Howells ... Lady Isabel Aubrey
Merelina Kendall ... Miss Alice Leonard
Charmian May ... Miss Marian Leonard

Alec McCowen ... Sir Christian Aubrey

Amanda Mealing ... Sally Boulter
Eleanor Moriarty ... Lynn
Laurence Penry-Jones ... Young Peter Rhodes
Peter Penry-Jones ... Peter, Marquis of Ross

Simon Quarterman ... Young Christian Aubrey

John Woodvine ... Sir Harry Chatwyn

Season 4, Episode 4: Who Killed Cock Robin?

9 September 2001
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby
Patrick Drury ... Robin Wooliscroft
Mick Ford ... Frank Lightbourne
Jonathan Hackett ... Reverend Thorne

Polly Hemingway ... Bubbles Stockard

Noah Huntley ... Noel Wooliscroft
George Innes ... Jackie Marsh

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Larry Lamb ... Melvyn Stockard

Jane Lapotaire ... Mary Mohan

Gabrielle Lloyd ... Valerie Megson

Polly Maberly ... Julie Stockard
Linda Marlowe ... Bridget Wooliscroft

Sean McGinley ... Sean O'Connell

Ian McNeice ... Dr. Burgess
Robert Oates ... Bill Pitman
Toni Palmer ... Lily Marsh

Mel Raido ... Chris Megson
Malcolm Storry ... Joe Megson
Yolanda Vazquez ... Francesca Ward

Christopher Lee ... Dracula (archive footage) (uncredited)
Laurence Richardson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Dark Autumn

16 September 2001
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.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby
Fleur Bennett ... Debbie Shortlands
Adam Blackwood ... Keith Shortlands
Prue Clarke ... Mary Yeatman

Robert Glenister ... John Field
Del Henney ... Mike Yeatman
Nicky Henson ... Simon Reason

Alan Howard ... Owen August

Celia Imrie ... Louise August

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard
Gillian Kearney ... WPC Jay Nash

Kate Maberly ... Holly Reid
Marian McLoughlin ... Barbara Judd
Morris Perry ... Ben Barrow
Neville Phillips ... Priest

Kim Thomson ... Janet Reason
Rupert Walz ... Dave Cutler

Philip Whitchurch ... Ade Jessell
Peter Whitear ... Dog Handler
Rachel Woolrich ... Tammie
Ray Donn ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Tainted Fruit

23 September 2001
When the body of a local beauty is discovered by the pool at her manor house, Barnaby and Troy uncover a seedy world of adultery and deceit within the affluent rural community.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby
Ann Bell ... Cherrie Balcombe
Richard Clothier ... Postman
Charles Collingwood ... Lord Hislop
Eleanor David ... Georgina Canning
Ellie Haddington ... Joan Farley
Terence Harvey ... Archie Townsend

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Sara Mair-Thomas ... Liz Keyne

John McGlynn ... Raif Canning
Pamela Miles ... Lady Hislop
Terry O'Brien ... Dog Owner
Brian Poyser ... Derek
Claire Price ... Sally Rickworth

Lucy Punch ... Melissa Townsend

Adrian Rawlins ... Adam Keyne

Miles Richardson ... Frederick Bentine-Brown

Amanda Walker ... Gwen

Benjamin Whitrow ... Hugo Balcombe

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Market for Murder

16 June 2002
An investigation of a car fire and a bludgeon murder lead Barnaby and Troy to investigate the members of a local reading club which has an agenda that goes beyond books.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sergeant Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Jesse Birdsall ... Harry Painter
Eamon Geoghegan ... Barman
Serena Gordon ... Ginny Sharp
Caroline Harker ... Tamsin Proctor

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard
Dilys Laye ... Vera Hopkins

Barbara Leigh-Hunt ... Marjorie Empson
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Dr. Rupert Bradshaw

Anton Rodgers ... Lord James Chetwood
Jay Smith ... Police Technician
Gerda Stevenson ... Sandra Bradshaw

Angela Thorne ... Lady Lavinia Chetwood

Rupert Vansittart ... Selwyn Proctor
Catherine Bott ... Solo Voice (voice)

Season 5, Episode 2: A Worm in the Bud

23 June 2002
A woman is found dead in Setwale Wood, an apparent suicide, except that her suicide note is emailed after her body has already been sighted.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sergeant Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby
Gillian Barge ... Hannah Harrington

Rosie Cavaliero ... Denise Fielding

Wendy Craig ... Victoria Bartlett
Janie Dee ... Caroline Harrington
Ian Driver ... Edmund Nelson
Charlie Hicks ... Sean Fielding

Ian Hogg ... Jonah Bloxham
Clarista Hoult ... Julie Fielding

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Emily Joyce ... Bernadette Sullivan
Adam Kotz ... James Harrington
Paul Venables ... Simon Bartlett
Chris Walker ... Sam Fielding
Jeffry Wickham ... Judge

Andy Capie ... Fireman
Jeremy Peters ... Bus Driver

Season 5, Episode 3: Ring Out Your Dead

15 September 2002
Someone is killing off bell ringers of parish church in the week before a big bell-ringing competition takes place in the village of Midsomer Wellow.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sergeant Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Hugh Bonneville ... Hugh Barton
Dugald Bruce-Lockhart ... Greg Tutt
Harry Burton ... Dennis Ebbrell

Graham Crowden ... Reggie Barton
Jamie de Courcey ... Marcus Steadman (as Jamie De Courcey)

Carmen Du Sautoy ... Rosalind Parr

Clare Holman ... Sue Tutt

Gemma Jones ... Maisie Gooch
Caroline Lintott ... Jen

Lyndsey Marshal ... Emma Tysoe (as Lyndesy Marshal)
Steven Pimlott ... Judge

Adrian Scarborough ... Peter Fogden
Julia Swift ... Angie Blunstone

Gwen Taylor ... Frances Le Bon
Seamus Whitty ... Liam Booker

John Warman ... Bell Ringer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Murder on St. Malley's Day

22 September 2002
Barnaby investigates the murder of a boy during a traditional annual race at an exclusive private school but meets with resentment.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sergeant Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Nicholas Audsley ... Marcus Heywood
Desmond Barrit ... Jonathan Eckersley-Hyde
Tom Beard ... Martin Fulmer
Eamon Boland ... Ray Starkey
Roger Brierley ... Doctor

Jeremy Child ... Anthony Talbot

Sam Crane ... Daniel Talbot
Luke de Woolfson ... Paul Starkey (as Luke De Woolfson)

Thom Fell ... Charlie Meynell

Patrick Godfrey ... Dudley Carew
Jane How ... Miranda Talbot
Paula Jacobs ... Mrs Bosworth
Roger Martin ... George Woodard
Bob Mason ... Dennis Carter
Janet Maw ... Sylvia Woodard

Anna Maxwell Martin ... Arabella Heywood (as Anna Maxwell-Martin)
Victoria Shalet ... Julia Carter

Peter Wight ... Ludlow
Janet Kay ... Mrs. Tudel (uncredited)
Jay Smith ... Police Technician (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: A Talent for Life

3 January 2003
Something is fishy about the clubbing deaths of two local residents.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Honor Blackman ... Isobel Hewitt
Philip Franks ... Quentin Roka

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Jane Downs ... Dixie Goff

Richard Durden ... Duncan Goff
Alison Rose ... Angela Goff
John Warnaby ... Keith Scholey

Amanda Root ... Ruth Scholey
Jonathan Cullen ... Melrose Plunkett
Suzanne Burden ... Rebecca Plunkett

Jeff Rawle ... Derrick Seagrove

Susan Wooldridge ... Margaret Seagrove
Will Knightley ... Andrew Turner
James Hazeldine ... Leo Bantock
Eileen Page ... Beatrice
June Barrie ... Gwen Dobson
Robert Putt ... Oyster Man
Peter Cellier ... Peregrine Slade
Malcolm Raeburn ... Steve
Ian Peck ... James Tapsell
Sidney Livingstone ... Barman / Landlord
Roger Swaine ... Customer

Season 6, Episode 2: Death and Dreams

10 January 2003
The investigation into an elaborate suicide leads Barnaby to suspect the dead man may have had help pulling the trigger.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Isla Blair ... Dr. Jane Moore

Perdita Weeks ... Hannah Moore
Mark Richards ... Guy Moore

Anna Maguire ... Ettie Moore
Jan Ravens ... Sarah Wroath
Philip Fox ... Gordon Leesmith (as Phillip Fox)

Stuart Bunce ... Tony Parish
Jonty Stephens ... Jeff Haskin

Paul Brennen ... Dean Hunniset
June Watson ... Mary May
John Branwell ... Mick May

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard
Jon Rake ... Ron
Susan Porrett ... Sonia
Sophie Holland ... Young Mother (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Painted in Blood

17 January 2003
Barnaby's wife finds a body on the Midsomer Florey village green while taking part in a watercolor painting class.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Leslie Phillips ... Godfrey Teal

John Sessions ... Barrett Filby
Barbara Durkin ... Linda Tyrell

Matthew Marsh ... Tony Carter
Clive Merrison ... Colin Hawksley
Dinah Stabb ... Tessa Hawksley
Denise Black ... Ann Carter
David Mallinson ... Alan Pinkney

Andrew Lancel ... DC Simon Backley

Nigel Lindsay ... DS James Noland
Anna Northam ... Ruth Fairfax
Sheila Reid ... Mrs. Metcalfe
Eamon Geoghegan ... Mike Weatherby
Jean Challis ... Mrs Bainbridge
Hilary Crane ... Mrs Partridge
Colin Higgins ... Mr. Miller
Michael Tucek ... Jason Hurst

Season 6, Episode 4: A Tale of Two Hamlets

24 January 2003
When heirs of the aristocratic Smythe-Webster family are killed, Barnaby's investigation uncovers long-hidden family secrets.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt. Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Ronald Pickup ... Rupert Smythe-Webster

Beth Goddard ... Wendy Smythe-Webster
Christopher Good ... Simon Smythe-Webster

Phoebe Nicholls ... Laura Smythe-Webster

Jonathan Hyde ... Frank Webster

Leo Bill ... Darren
Jo Stone-Fewings ... Danny Pinchel
Tim Preece ... Jack Wilson

Anne Reid ... Sarah Proudie
Alex Lowe ... Phil Harrison

Charlie Beall ... Larry Smith
Rebecca Johnson ... Anne
Danielle Tilley ... Emily
Katy Murphy ... Helen
Jack Chissick ... Murdoch

Season 6, Episode 5: Birds of Prey

31 January 2003
Investment in a secret invention leads to an apparent suicide in Midsomer Magna, and a plan to steal valuable falcon eggs leads to another death.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sgt Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Kate Buffery ... Mallory Edmonton

David Calder ... George Hamilton

Alexandra Gilbreath ... Naomi Sinclair
Robert Morgan ... Julian Shepherd
Rosalind Knight ... Eleanor Macpherson
Sheila Shand Gibbs ... Jane Macpherson

Anton Lesser ... Eddie Darwin
Candida Benson ... PC Sarah Pearce
Janet Maw ... Eileen Hamilton

Trevor Cooper ... Sean Moorcroft

Richard Todd ... Charles Edmonton
Kenneth Gilbert ... Hilary Carlton
Bernard Gallagher ... Vernon Surtees
Neil Conrich ... PC Angel

Jemma Churchill ... Maisie Cullen
Harry Gostelow ... Dr Robertshaw
Nicholas Pritchard ... Solicitor
Neville Phillips ... Vicar
Edward Clayton ... Butcher

Tim Treloar ... Thames Valley Constable

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: The Green Man

2 November 2003
Barnaby and Troy tackle two separate cases as Troy prepares to leave Midsomer after his promotion to DI.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
Daniel Casey ... Sergeant Gavin Troy
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

David Bradley ... Tom
John Carlisle ... Lord Fitzgibbon

Tim Woodward ... Timothy Webster

Cherie Lunghi ... Lillian Webster
Marc Buchner ... Daniel Webster

Henry Cavill ... Simon Mayfield

Jamie Thomas King ... Steven Curtis (as Jamie King)

Fred Pearson ... Charlie Birkett
Andrew Dunn ... Constable Crabbe

Terence Beesley ... Jerry Curtis
Nicola King ... Eleanor Curtis

Paul Thornley ... Sergeant Gill
Sally Mates ... Helen Cartwright

Season 7, Episode 2: Bad Tidings

4 January 2004
Barnaby's new Sergeant arrives on the day after the murder of a local shrew occurs, and he is immediately put to work.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

John Standing ... Charles Rust
John Normington ... Donald Tew

Helen Lindsay ... Mary Pearce
Michael Simkins ... Gary Thompson
Hilton McRae ... Mathew Spearman
Esther Hall ... Cassie Woods
Helen Grace ... Lynn Spearman

Ruth Jones ... Rachael Rose
Christine Moore ... Shirley Bennett
Daniel Crowder ... Noel Woods

Nina Marc ... Fiona Thompson

Paul Thornley ... Sergeant Gill
Chris Barnes ... Pub Landlord
Alex Belcourt ... WPC

Season 7, Episode 3: The Fisher King

11 January 2004
Long-suppressed family secrets, stolen ancient artifacts, and a thirty year old death at a Celtic burial site result in a series of murders in present day Midsomer.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Malcolm Tierney ... Per Hansen
Lynda Bellingham ... Jane Willows

Jim Carter ... Nathan Green
Diana Kent ... Anne Heldman

Nicholas Rowe ... David Heartley-Reade

Rebecca Saire ... Miriam Heartley-Reade
Susannah Doyle ... Vanessa Stone
Terrence Hardiman ... Dr James Lavery
Nick Barber ... Harry Green

Henry Ian Cusick ... Gareth Heldman

Tim Treloar ... Uniformed Police Officer
Sally Beaumont ... Hippy (uncredited)

Michael Thompson ... Hippy (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: Sins of Commission

18 January 2004
When Midsomer hosts its 12th Annual Literary Festival, an author is found with his neck broken. More writers will die before the winner of the competition is announced.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Susan Engel ... Camilla Crofton

Donald Sumpter ... Tim Settingfield
Stella Gonet ... Grace Maplin
Margot Leicester ... Kay Settingfield
Michael Harbour ... Harry Poulson (as Michael N. Harbour)
Tom Mannion ... Sam Callaghan

Robert Whitelock ... John Denton
Emma Buckley ... Jezebel Tripp

Victoria Wicks ... Helen Callaghan
Mark Umbers ... Neville Williams
Rachel Bell ... Mrs Hunnicutt
Damien Lyne ... David Lowry
Caroline Lintott ... Travel Agent
Alex Belcourt ... WPC

Season 7, Episode 5: The Maid in Splendour

25 January 2004
Midsomer Worthy's beloved local pub figures in a case involving unrequited love, secret business deals, and passionate affairs.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

William Gaunt ... Michael Bannerman
Frances Tomelty ... Audrey Monday

Alan Cox ... Stephen Bannerman

Freddie Jones ... Benbow

Raymond Coulthard ... Lawrence Haggard

Sophie Hunter ... Bella Monday
Dave Hill ... Clive Cruickshank
Peter-Hugo Daly ... Wesley
Rachel Power ... Lorna Bannerman

Leon Ockenden ... Jamie Cruickshank
Stephen Beresford ... Marcus Poole

Elaine Donnelly ... Maureen Cruickshank

John Sackville ... Architect

Siobhan Hewlett ... Amanda

Season 7, Episode 6: The Straw Woman

29 February 2004
Midsomer comes closer and closer to its boiling point when a priest is burned to death inside the effigy of a straw woman and more people burst into flames spontaneously as though by witchcraft.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Keith Barron ... Alan Clifford

Maggie O'Neill ... Agnes Waterhouse

Kelly Hunter ... Kate Malpas

Susannah Wise ... Liz Francis

Richenda Carey ... Margaret Hopkins

Richard Cordery ... Dr. John Cole

Jemima Rooper ... Jo Clifford

Daniel Weyman ... Matthew Cole
Jonathan Hackett ... Rev Jim Hale

Martin Herdman ... Jed Fox
Caroline Lintott ... Sally Middleton
Sarah Ball ... Denise Jenkins
Madeleine Rakic-Platt ... Lucy Middleton
Alex Belcourt ... WPC

John Warman ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 7: Ghosts of Christmas Past

25 December 2004
Nine years after Ferdy Villers killed himself, his family reunites for Christmas, unaware that someone is out for revenge.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Haydn Gwynne ... Jennifer Carter
Margery Mason ... Lydia Villiers
Bruce Alexander ... Dominic Jones
Mel Martin ... Kate Frears
Philip Quast ... Ross Villiers
William Chubb ... Digby Frears
Alice Patten ... Emily Hide
Dominic Colenso ... Aidan Carter
Rory Copus ... Howard Frears

Lydia Leonard ... Phoebe Frears

Kevin Doyle ... Ferdy Villiers
Claire Carrie ... Clare English
Daphne Oxenford ... Muriel
John Burgess ... Douglas
Bryan Matheson ... Vicar
Harry Gostelow ... Doctor
Charles Millham ... Detective
Christopher Sutton ... Aidan Aged 11
Gemma Martin ... Phoebe Aged 12
Luke Foster ... Howard Aged 4

Tim Treloar ... Drinker in Pub
Laura Jeffree ... Girl
Zoe Verner ... Drunk Girl (uncredited)

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Things That Go Bump in the Night

10 October 2004
Undertaker Patrick Pennyman is found dead with his wrists slashed and suspicion turns towards a spiritualist church.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Dearbhla Molloy ... Elizabeth Key
Mary Jo Randle ... Janet Pennyman

Jonathan Slinger ... Thomas Marr

Cathryn Bradshaw ... Anne Marr

Liza Sadovy ... Rosetta Price

Philip Martin Brown ... John Whittle

Garry Cooper ... James Griss
Julian Curry ... Ronald Burgess
Linda Spurrier ... Sylvia Burgess
Kathryn Pogson ... Eve Whittle
Victoria Lennox ... Woman in Audience
Alex Belcourt ... WPS

Season 8, Episode 2: Dead in the Water

17 October 2004
During a regatta, the body of Rowing Club chairman Guy Sweetman is found bludgeoned and drowned. Bachelor Sweetman was prolifically promiscuous and jealousy would seem to be the motive.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Adrian Lukis ... Phillip Trent
William Scott-Masson ... John Parkway
Benedick Blythe ... Guy Sweetman

Diana Quick ... Clare Bonavita

Clemency Burton-Hill ... Hettie Trent (as Clemmie Burton-Hill)
Mark Frost ... Vic Lynton

Owain Yeoman ... Henry Charlton
Sean Baker ... Ivan Hawkins
Janet Brown ... Mrs Sharp
Jack Klaff ... Freddie Bonavita

Joe Armstrong ... David Cooke
Christopher Mellows ... Mr Stevens
Sandra Duncan ... Mrs Stevens
Emma Amos ... Sandra Tate

Steve Redgrave ... Scout (as Sir Steve Redgrave)
Alan Mathis ... Rower (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 3: Orchis Fatalis

9 January 2005
Barnaby and Scott follow a trail of dead people involved in the collecting of rare orchids.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Marty Cruikshank ... Madeline Villiers (as Marty Cruickshank)
Sai-Kit Yung ... Jimmy Fong (as Stuart Ong)

Harriet Walter ... Margaret Winstanley
Richard Attlee ... Henry Plummer (as Richard Atlee)
Amanda Harris ... Deborah Plummer
John Nettleton ... Munro Hilliard

Helen Ryan ... Mrs. Hilliard
Richard Simpson ... Feather
Geoffrey Streatfeild ... Jonathan Makepeace
Matt Bardock ... Harry Rose
Geoffrey Chater ... Brother Robert
Anthony Smee ... Captain Tucker
Victoria Lennox ... Mrs. Maitland

Timothy Bateson ... Mr. Jocelyn

Chooye Bay ... Weng Tu Ho (as Chooi Beh)

Mo Zinal ... Boy (as Mo Zainal)

Season 8, Episode 4: Bantling Boy

16 January 2005
A four-member syndicate owns a racehorse that two of them are desperate to sell and two of them are determined to keep. When one of them is murdered, Barnaby is on the case.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Caroline Blakiston ... Angela Hartley
Philip McGough ... Geoffrey
Simon Kunz ... Bruce Hartley

Anna Wilson-Jones ... Marianna Hartley

Barnaby Kay ... Dr Osgood

Charlie Condou ... Jake Foley

Julia Ford ... Joanna Craxton

Shane Attwooll ... Ray Craxton (as Shane Attwool)
Thomas Grant ... Peter Craxton

Geoffrey Freshwater ... Sam Tate
Richard O'Callaghan ... Trevor Machin
Hugh Dickson ... Major Dickson
Paul Viragh ... Vicar
Stewart Harwood ... Bookie

Season 8, Episode 5: Second Sight

23 January 2005
John Ransom collapses and dies outside a pub after a fight with his brother-in-law over the baptism of his niece. He has electrical scars across the top of his head.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Owen Teale ... Little Mal Kirby / Young Mal
Will Keen ... Preaching Pete Kubatski
Geoffrey Whitehead ... Dr. Gregory Ransom

Joe Anderson ... Max Ransom
Tom Frederic ... Ben Kirby
Bill Stewart ... Lucky Lol Tanner

Wanda Ventham ... Romany Rose

Sean Chapman ... Jimmy Kirby

Alexandra Moen ... Emma Kirby
James Hoare ... John Ransom
Imogen Holthouse ... Young Emma
Erin Oliver ... Christine Kirby
Lauren Oliver ... Christine Kirby

Season 8, Episode 6: Hidden Depths

13 March 2005
Troubled solicitor Nick Turner falls from the roof of his home, is this suicide disguised as murder?

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

John Lightbody ... Steve Hope
Vicki Hopps ... Sarah

Lucy Russell ... Felicity Turner

James Weber Brown ... Nick Turner

Nancy Carroll ... Antonia Wilmot

Oliver Ford Davies ... Otto Benham (as Oliver Ford Davis)
Sara Kestelman ... Bernie
Robert Daws ... Mike Spicer

Matthew Flynn ... Jack Wilmot
Rebecca Charles ... Jane

Simon Armstrong ... Viv Marshall
Caroline Laskowska ... Zara
Ian Talbot ... George
Philip Bird ... Jeff Martin

Robin Soans ... Mr. Perkins

Eileen Davies ... Estate Agent
David Hampshire ... Cabbie
Charles Millham ... Peter Blagdon
Nicky Lilley ... Princess Di

Season 8, Episode 7: Sauce for the Goose

3 April 2005
When a corporate giant tries to acquire a small but respected relish factory owned and run by a dysfunctional family, a naked body is found in the warehouse.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Annette Crosbie ... Amelia Plummer

John Quayle ... Mr Judd
Jasper Britton ... Anselm Plummer

Rod Hallett ... Dexter Lockwood
David Ross ... Sam Hardwick
Lizzy McInnerny ... Caroline Plummer

James Fleet ... Ralph Plummer
Ann Beach ... Sonia Hardwick
Geraldine Alexander ... Helen Plummer
Benedict Sandiford ... Alex Hardwick
Tom Bowles ... Milner

Steve Speirs ... Keith Carter
Pauline Whitaker ... Jackie Carter

Karl Johnson ... Derek Lockwood
Vivienne Ritchie ... Dr Stannard
Lucy-Ann Holmes ... Factory Worker

Season 8, Episode 8: Midsomer Rhapsody

2 October 2005
Deaths follow the discovery of a valuable musical manuscript sold cheaply at an auction.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby
John Hopkins ... Sergeant Dan Scott
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
June Whitfield ... Peggy Alder

Trevor Peacock ... Charlie Speight
Belinda Sinclair ... Melody Thorpe
David Lyon ... Alan Thorpe

Nicholas Amer ... Arthur Leggott

David Burke ... John Farrow / Hedge

Frank Middlemass ... Noah Farrow

Oliver Cotton ... Michael Maybury

Clare Higgins ... Laura Crawford

Christopher Benjamin ... Harvey Crane

Stephen Boxer ... Owen Swinscoe
Richard Vanstone ... Joe Smeeton
Julia Deakin ... Valerie Smeeton

Tom Ellis ... Lee Smeeton

Kate Fleetwood ... Sarah Douglas
Malcolm Raeburn ... Auctioneer

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: The House in the Woods

9 October 2005
A secluded old dark house, believed haunted by the residents of Midsomer Newton, becomes the scene of a double murder when a house-hunting yuppie couple is found garroted.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DC Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

George Baker ... Charlie / Jack Magwood
Ruth Gemmell ... Anne Merrick
Anita Carey ... Barbara Flux
Gawn Grainger ... Lesley Flux
Rebecca Egan ... Harriet Davis

David Westhead ... Gerry Moore
Andree Evans ... Grace Woodhall

Michael Elwyn ... Giles Cato
Katy Brittain ... Miss Owen
Ben Meyjes ... Harcourt

Caroline Faber ... Caroline Cave

Richard Trinder ... Peter Cave
Greg Sheffield ... Phillip Merrick
Charlie Lucas ... Danny Merrick
Jack McIntosh ... Brian
Lily-May Anson ... Tracey

Abigail Williamson ... Kylie
Alexander Wolfe ... Jason (as Alex Matten)

Jared Garfield ... Sean
Francis Lee ... Roman
Pauline Whitaker ... Hotel Receptionist
Adam Farr ... P.C

Season 9, Episode 2: Dead Letters

26 February 2006
Barnaby and Jones investigate a series of murders linked to the death of a beauty queen which occurred several years previously.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DC Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Elizabeth Spriggs ... Ursula Gooding

David Bamber ... John Starkey
Claire Askam ... Marion Slade

Tom Bennett ... Rob Pride
Richard Cant ... Alistair Gooding
Jenny Jackson ... Vicki
Tom Georgeson ... Ron Chalk

Tracy Brabin ... Ruth Chalk

Simon Callow ... Dr. Wellow

Caroline Goodall ... Grace Starkey

Sophie Thompson ... April Gooding

Paul Ireland ... Mark Castle
Louise Breckon-Richards ... Helen Castle

Cally Hamilton ... Sadie Castle
Clemmie Hooton ... Phoebe
Alice Knight ... Queen of Hearts
Josef Lindsay ... Robin Hood
Sarah Pritchard ... Bella

Season 9, Episode 3: Vixen's Run

5 March 2006
Sir Freddy Butler collapses during a speech. The PM suggests the death is due to natural causes, however Barnaby is not convinced. Sir Freddy's will is stolen and his lawyer's house is burned down in an arson attack.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DC Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Joss Ackland ... Sir Freddy Butler

Siân Phillips ... Lady Annabel Butler (as Sian Phillips)
Sheila Ruskin ... Lady Lucinda Butler

Annabel Mullion ... Lady Tara Butler
David Beames ... Richard Butler
Joanna Riding ... Sandra Butler
Matthew Tennyson ... Michael Butler
John Franklyn-Robbins ... Teddy Butler
Richard Clothier ... Simon Oliver
Carol MacReady ... Hatty Down (as Carol Macready)
Rebecca Johnson ... Jenny Down
Leslie Schofield ... Amos Brown

Charles Kay ... Henry York
Victoria Lennox ... Doris Maple
David Shaw Parker ... Bert Deling (as David Shaw-Parker)
Ian Barritt ... Finch
Neville Phillips ... Vicar
Naomi Hill ... Young Woman
Andrew Keelan ... Young Man
Ian Knight ... Bagpiper (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 4: Down Among the Dead Men

12 March 2006
Expert blackmailer Martin Barret is murdered and there is no shortage of suspects.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DC Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Grant Masters ... Martin Barrett
Charlotte Emmerson ... Hayley Redfern

Sam Kelly ... Jack Fothergill

Julia McKenzie ... Ruby Wilmott
Rob Edwards ... Richard Florian
Christine Kavanagh ... Margaret Florian
Arthur Kohn ... Billy

Derek Hutchinson ... Reg

Paul Freeman ... Sir John Waverley

Dermot Crowley ... Peter Hatchard

Polly Hemingway ... Carol Hatchard
Rebecca Lamb ... Staff Nurse
Duncan Clyde ... Policeman
Frank Mills ... Ted
John Snowden ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 5: Four Funerals and a Wedding

12 June 2006
A 90-year-old battle of the sexes comes to a head in Midsomer Broughton, with casualties on both sides.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DC Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Dominic Jephcott ... Henry Marwood

Joseph Kennedy ... Roland Marwood

Struan Rodger ... Doctor O'Dowd

Richard McCabe ... Rev. Anthony Gant
Shaughan Seymour ... Archdeacon Able
Andrew Hawkins ... Alan

Lloyd McGuire ... Bob
Lucy-Ann Holmes ... Polly (as Lucy-Anne Holmes)
Sian Thomas ... Peggy Aynscombe

Jessica Brooks ... Fiona Aynscombe
Ann Morrish ... Mildred Danvers
Sandra Voe ... Lorna Hastings
Hattie Ladbury ... Cathy Hewlett
Daphne Oxenford ... Muriel
John Snowden ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 6: Country Matters

19 June 2006
Controversy about a proposed supermarket ruining the quality of life in a small village, marital infidelity, contaminated soil, and kinky sex lead to murder

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DC Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Tim Hardy ... Frank Hopkirk

Juliet Aubrey ... Ginny Lamington

Jonny Phillips ... Orlando Lamington
Madeleine Potter ... Celia Patchett

John McAndrew ... Jeremy Patchett

Clare Holman ... Rose Southerly
Sophie Stuckey ... Dora Southerly
Kirsty Bushell ... Rev. Suze
Antony Byrne ... Gary Talbot
Elli Garnett ... Tracy Talbot

Dorian Healy ... Danny Piggott

Jack Crutch ... Otis Piggott
Jackie Morrison ... Miranda Harvey
Dominic Rickhards ... Dudley Painter

Maggie Ollerenshaw ... Mrs. Hopkirk

Miles Richardson ... Sir Charles

Stuart Milligan ... Mr. Hundsecker
Frank Mills ... Ezra

Season 9, Episode 7: Death in Chorus

26 June 2006
A heated competition among Midsomer church choirs is interrupted by the bludgeon murder of the Midsomer Worthy's tenor, a local artist.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DC Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Patrick Drury ... Connor Simpson

Peter Capaldi ... Laurence Barker

Annabelle Apsion ... Ellen Barker

Sara Stewart ... Carolyn Armitage

Ronan Vibert ... Giles Armitage

Scott Handy ... Stephen Latimer

John Shrapnel ... Leo Clarke
Michael Fitzgerald ... Francis Crawford
John Cording ... Sam Judd
Alwyne Taylor ... Kath Bullard
Anthony Farrelly ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Joyia Fitch ... Waitress (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 8: Last Year's Model

3 July 2006
Barnaby begins to think the damning evidence he helped provide to convict a murderess wasn't exactly as watertight as it first looked.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Saskia Wickham ... Annie Woodrow

Miles Anderson ... Lance Woodrow
Helen Dallimore ... Felicity
Brian Protheroe ... John Trevelyan
Emily Gloyens ... Ed Trevelyan
Rosa Hoskins ... Sophie Trevelyan
David Birrell ... Mark Thomas

Jamie Glover ... Jamie Cramner
Caroline Trowbridge ... Tanya Cramner

Guy Henry ... Marcus Bramwell

Barbara Young ... Gwen Trevelyan
Josette Simon ... Samantha Flint
Thelma Barlow ... Mrs Beverley

Siobhan Redmond ... Pru Plunkett
Charles Millham ... Clerk
Giles Havergal ... Judge
Stephanie Jacob ... Solicitor
Jon Rake ... Warden
Alex Belcourt ... Female Sergeant
John Snowden ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Dance with the Dead

12 November 2006
A young man's murder touches off a search for his girlfriend and partner in ballroom dancing classes.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Georgine Anderson ... Rosemary Wood

Felicity Dean ... Frances Kirby

Danny Webb ... Tony Kirby

Harriet Thorpe ... Elaine Trim

Derek Hutchinson ... Richard Budd
Nicola Redmond ... Marissa Clarke
Ifan Huw Dafydd ... Paul Bright

Wendy Wason ... Carol Prentice
David Henry ... Eric Usher
Geoffrey Leesley ... Jim Druce (as Geoff Leesley)
Lizzy Watts ... Laura Sharp
Edward Davenport ... Simon Bright
Isabella Furst ... Bella Prentice
Henry Pettigrew ... Sailor
Liza Pulman ... Crooner
Nigel Hyams ... Sailor (uncredited)
Paul Rawson ... Mustard Johnny (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 2: The Animal Within

19 January 2007
Faith's unannounced visit to her wealthy Uncle Rex's estate turns into quite a surprise. When Rex's body turns up, his would-be heirs engage in a battle of wills that exposes plenty of motives for murder.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Lisa Eichhorn ... Faith Alexander
Roger Bingham ... Taxi Driver
David Troughton ... Miles King

Emily Woof ... Janet Bailey

Linda Bassett ... Eileen Carnack
Malcolm Stoddard ... Richard Carnack

Samuel West ... Jeremy Thacker
John Cater ... Jack Pearce
Freda Dowie ... Amie Pearce

Richard Johnson ... Rex Masters
Helen Masters ... Jane Benbow
Mae Wright ... Young Faith

William Hope ... Alan Alexander
Adam Farr ... P.C.
Maggie Holland ... W.I. Woman

Season 10, Episode 3: King's Crystal

26 January 2007
When King's family enterprise shatters into pieces and its accountant winds up stabbed, Barnaby digs into rivalries of business and blood-while Jones explores secret Masonic rites.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Tony Haygarth ... Jack Tewson

John Castle ... Charles King

Ray Lonnen ... Peter Baxter

Joseph Rye ... James Taylor

Sam Heughan ... Ian King
Susan Tracy ... Hilary King

Flora Montgomery ... Sophie Baxter

Tim Delap ... David Monroe
David Henry ... Photographer
Hugh Sachs ... Harold Bumstead
Oliver Ryan ... Hamlet
Morris Perry ... Pub Landlord
David Firth ... Alan King
Charlie Brown ... Boy 1
Luke McMillan ... Boy 2
John Kinory ... Claudius (uncredited)
John Snowden ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 4: The Axeman Cometh

2 February 2007
Badger's Drift plays host to the Midsomer Rock Festival - with murderous consequences.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Annie Lambert ... Ingrid Peterson

Phil Davis ... Gary Cooper
David Horovitch ... James Hobson

James Cosmo ... Jack 'Axeman' McKinley

Fiona Button ... Willow McKinley
Michael Angelis ... Nicky Harding
Rachel Davies ... Jeannie Harding
Suzi Quatro ... Mimi Clifton
Robin Weaver ... Serena Stanton

Rupert Vansittart ... Desmond Harcourt

Tilly Blackwood ... Finola Harcourt

Sam Hazeldine ... Simon Dixon
Bryan Matheson ... Cedric
Ford Kenyon ... Roadie

Philip Madoc ... D.I. Owen Jenkins
Roger Chapman ... Himself
Geno Washington ... Himself
Mike Read ... Himself
Steve Simpson ... Guitarist
Caroline Fitch ... Young Mimi
Ian Mann ... (uncredited)

Brendan McCoy ... Band Member (uncredited)
John Snowden ... Detective (uncredited)

J.P. Turner ... Sound Recording Engineer (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 5: Death and Dust

8 May 2007
Barnaby and Jones are called to investigate a series of murders involving a pair of feuding families.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Sam Hazeldine ... Simon Dixon
Sharon Morgan ... Delyth Mostyn
David Yelland ... James Kirkwood
Simon Wilson ... Alan Delaney
Alwyne Taylor ... Kath Bullard

Jenny Livsey ... Megan Mostyn
Daniel Evans ... David Mostyn

William Thomas ... Bryn Williams

Gareth Thomas ... Huw Mostyn

Elizabeth Conboy ... Harriet Tidyman

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens

John Lightbody ... Jason Slater

Stephanie Cole ... Dorothy Hutton

Nigel Betts ... DC Briars
Bill Moody ... Clifford Rawnsley
Nicholas Pritchard ... Justin Pickard

William Ilkley ... Foreman
Nigel Hyams ... Rambler (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 6: Picture of Innocence

3 June 2007
Someone puts Barnaby in the frame in the murders of two rival photographers and is ordered to stay home on virtual house arrest.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Nigel Anthony ... Lionel Bell

Andrew Tiernan ... Steve Bright

Adrian Scarborough ... Eddie Carfax
Peter Eyre ... Headley Madrigal

Richard Lintern ... Martin Spellman

Martin Hutson ... Seb Madrigal
Montserrat Lombard ... Philomena Bell
Caroline Trowbridge ... Imogen
Ian Peck ... Adam Knox
François Domange ... Maitre d' Hôtel (as Francois Domange)
Malcolm Raeburn ... Hotel Manager
Liza Goddard ... Marion Bell
Francine Morgan ... Middle Aged Woman

Michael Geary ... Lee Peters
Brian Parr ... Postman

Lynn Farleigh ... Sonia Madrigal
Steve North ... Nigel Woodley
Bill Thomas ... Newly Widowed (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 7: They Seek Him Here

21 August 2007
A film about the French Revolution is made in Midsomer. People lose their head in the guillotine, and it's not a film trick.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Marian McLoughlin ... Gwen Morrison

Richard Hope ... Neville Hayward
Jonathan Moore ... Jed Norris

Kieran Bew ... Danny Twyman

Emily Hamilton ... Leonie Charteris
Jay Villiers ... Nick Cheyney
Nicky Henson ... Terence Charteris
Fiona Mollison ... Diane Charteris

Matthew Marsh ... Jack Braxton

Paul Grunert ... Freddie Greenaway
Desmond Barrit ... Raymond Clandillon
Mark Webb ... Assistant Director

Gemma Page ... Lady Blakeney
Adam Farr ... Police Constable

Charlotte Moore ... Receptionist

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens
Gracie May ... Josh
Ava May ... Josh

Rebecca James ... Aristocrat (uncredited)
Tracy Redington ... Aristocrat (uncredited)
John Snowden ... Detective (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... Group Painter (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Police SOCO Officer (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 8: Death in a Chocolate Box

28 August 2007
Barnaby investigates a murder of a former friend and colleague in Midsomer Holm, a small village inhabited by reformed ex-cons.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Sam Hazeldine ... Simon Dixon
Pip Donaghy ... Jack Colby

Clare Higgins ... Gina Colby
Edward Petherbridge ... Lord Holm

Christopher Fairbank ... Ronnie Tyler
Nigel Harrison ... Eddie Marston

Chris Barrie ... Lionel Poulter
Philip Bond ... Dr Wyatt
Keith Drinkel ... Tommy Crinney
Marcia Warren ... Melissa Shrike
Sue Jenkins ... Angie Walker
Sion Tudor Owen ... Bob Walker
Martyn Whitby ... Lenny Leigh
Wendy Morgan ... Maria Godbold

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: Shot at Dawn

1 January 2008
A 90 years long feud between two families, the Hicks and the Hammonds, appears to have escalated to murder.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Donald Sinden ... Colonel Henry Hammond

Malcolm Sinclair ... Johnny Hammond

Samantha Bond ... Arabella Hammond
Charlotte Lucas ... Sophie Hammond
Charlie Covell ... Kate Hammond
George Cole ... Lionel Hicks

Brian Capron ... Dave Hicks
Gemma Craven ... Judy Hicks
Grant Ibbs ... Danny Hicks
Tom Harper ... Will Hicks
Lloyd Hutchinson ... Mickey Ryan
Marcia Ashton ... Biddy Dixon
Robert Morgan ... Martin Chadwick

Graham Seed ... Dr Tibbs

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens

Jeremy Gittins ... Officer
Robert Blythe ... George Miller

Barry Aird ... Derek
Josh Stanley ... Duggie Hammond
Will Featherstone ... Tommy Hicks

Season 11, Episode 2: Blood Wedding

10 May 2008
Barnaby has to deal with a murder at the wedding reception for a local aristocratic family as well as daughter Cully's upcoming nuptials.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Sam Hazeldine ... Simon Dixon
Daniel Casey ... Gavin Troy

Charles Edwards ... Ned Fitzroy
Mark Umbers ... Harry Fitzroy

Elisabeth Dermot Walsh ... Beth Porteous

Martin Wenner ... Robin Lawson
Nicholas Palliser ... Marcus Fitzroy
Simon Paisley Day ... Randall Colquhoun
Beth Chalmers ... Marina Fellowes
Veronica Roberts ... Mary Cooper
Emma Cunniffe ... Sally Fielding
Denyse Alexander ... Peggy Benson

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens
Patrick Barlow ... Maurice Morrison

Olivia Llewellyn ... Helen
Perri Snowdon ... James

James Howard ... Lord Fitzroy
Charity Reindorp ... Lady Fitzroy
Sally-Ann Burnett ... Young Peggy Benson (as Sally Ann Burnett)
Daphne Oxenford ... Cully's Grandmother
John Burgess ... Cully's Grandfather

Season 11, Episode 3: Left for Dead

24 May 2008
Jones is brought back to his home town to help investigate a series of murders linked to childhood friends and events that occurred years earlier.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Maggie Steed ... Lynne Fox
Harry Peacock ... Patrick Bradley

Albert Welling ... Ron Wilson

Indra Ové ... Charlotte Knight

Marion Bailey ... Alyssa Bradley

Ben Crompton ... Spud

Matthew Flynn ... Jack Purdy

Shaun Dooley ... Mark Purdy

Kate Miles ... Louise
Nia Roberts ... Stacey Purdy

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens
Danny Harfield ... Young Jack
Joseph Scatley ... Young Mark

Louisa Connolly-Burnham ... Young Lou
Jade Gould ... Young Charlie
Alfie Adams ... Young Patrick

Alex Blake ... Bailiff
Caroline Laskowska ... Young Mum

Nick Thomas-Webster ... Road Protester (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 4: Midsomer Life

31 May 2008
When a man who's been missing for two weeks is found dead in the woods near Midsomer, Barnaby finds connections between him and a magazine editor known for his killing reviews of local hotels and restaurants.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens

Simon Williams ... Guy Sandys

Pooky Quesnel ... Julia Benson

Selina Cadell ... Eleanor Crouch

David Crow ... Garth Platt

Debbie Chazen ... Gemma Platt
Thomas Lockyer ... Matt Morecroft

Daniel Hill ... Martin Reid
Serena Gordon ... Christina Finleyson

Samuel Oatley ... Brad

MyAnna Buring ... Mandy

Richard Morant ... Mr Tomlin

Mary Healey ... Mrs Wilson

Roger Evans ... Micky
Hazel McBride ... Governor
Christopher Sloman ... Shop Keeper (as Chris Sloman)
Maggie Turner ... Mrs. Wilson's Sister

Richard Ward ... Charlie Finleyson

Bruce Lawrence ... Trevor (uncredited)
Jennifer Nicholls ... Eve (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 5: The Magician's Nephew

14 June 2008
The traditions of a local cult in Midsomer, the Temple of Thoth, appear to be related to a series of murders using poison of the poison dart frog.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens

Stuart Wilson ... Aloysius Wilmington
Dominic Rowan ... Simon Wilmington
Sian Brooke ... Christine Turner
Michael Fitzgerald ... Hugo Cartwright

Ronald Pickup ... Ernest Balliol
Brigit Forsyth ... Estelle Balliol

Rachel Pickup ... Isolde Balliol

Tom Goodman-Hill ... Tristan Balliol
Rosemary McHale ... Rosemary Balliol
David Roper ... Anton Thorneycroft
Vivien Heilbron ... Felicity Brand
Kate Crutchley ... Jean Wildacre
Bill Thomas ... Derek Wildacre
Angela Rippon ... Interviewer
James Staddon ... Rector
Olivia Thomas ... Elisabeth Shepherd

J.P. Turner ... Customer (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 6: Days of Misrule

5 July 2008
During the Christmas days Barnaby has to solve an explosion as well as a number of murders near a freight company while trying to cope with his acting CS who has very strong beliefs about teamwork.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens

Tim Pigott-Smith ... Matt Parkes

Joseph Millson ... James Parkes

Niamh Cusack ... Penny Galsworthy

Judy Parfitt ... Caroline Halsey
Nick Fletcher ... CS John Cotton
Gus Gallagher ... Dale Mitchinson
Sidney Livingstone ... Don Mitchinson
Tom Beard ... Tim Galsworthy
Elspeth Rae ... Layla Barkham
Alexandra Morris ... Daisy
Tony Bell ... Ed Lovell
Alyson Spiro ... Nina Barkham

Philip Martin Brown ... George Barkham

Adam Kirley ... Harry
Anthony Farrelly ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 7: Talking to the Dead

5 August 2008
Barnaby finds connections between a supposedly haunted forest, the traceless disappearances of two couples and a gang of antiquity thieves.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens

Jeroen Krabbé ... Cyrus LeVanu

Paul Jesson ... Lynton Pargeter

Anton Lesser ... Reverend Wallace Stone

Victoria Wicks ... Sarah Stone

Bill Ward ... Sam Nelms
Richard Graham ... Stanley Goodfellow
Paul Greenwood ... John Temple

Anne Lambton ... Dr Mary McKay
Elizabeth Payne ... Nesta Goodfellow
Brian Parr ... Colin Thomas
Sarah Huntley ... Molly Thomas
Rufus Jones ... Talk Show Host

Clare Higgins ... 'Medea' read by (voice)
Chris Wilson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: The Dogleg Murders

19 March 2009
On the Midsomer Golfclub Whiteoaks a member is killed with a golfclub. In the course of the investigation they discover Whiteoaks to be full of hatred, gambling, violence, jealousy and extortion.

Season 12, Episode 2: The Black Book

26 March 2009
The sale of a previously unknown painting by an 18th century painter sends Barnaby into an investigation of murders as well as art forgery.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... WPC Gail Stephens

Ann Firbank ... Felicity Law

David Bamber ... Anthony Prideaux

Susannah Harker ... Matilda Simms

Paul Anderson ... Graham Spate

Christopher Fulford ... Alan Best
Sarah Badel ... Patricia Blackshaw
Paul Ridley ... Neville Blackshaw

Gavan O'Herlihy ... George Arlington

Charlotte Asprey ... Christine Miller
Paula Jennings ... Yvonne Best
Iain Mitchell ... Auctioneer
Victoria Lennox ... Librarian
Tim Stanmore ... Security Guard
Victoria Shalet ... Melony
Neville Phillips ... Admirer

Season 12, Episode 3: Secrets and Spies

7 July 2009
A number of murders near a government safe house in Midsomer appears to be connected to a group of British spies stationed in East Berlin during the Cold War.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... WDC Stephens

Clive Russell ... Seth Comfort

Neil Stuke ... Glen Jarvis
Jack Walker ... Harry Fowler

Benjamin Whitrow ... Sir Malcolm Frazer

Peter Davison ... Nicky Frazer

Alice Krige ... Jenny Frazer

John Bowe ... Jimmy Wells

Anna Massey ... Brenda Packard
Claudia Elmhirst ... Amanda Watson
Clive Wood ... Geoffrey Larkin
Josef Lindsay ... Young Boy

Timothy Carlton ... Chief Constable
Stephanie Jacob ... Alice

Tim Treloar ... PC Reg
Rosalind Drury ... Young Jenny

Tom Rooke ... Young Nicky

Marcus McSorley ... Jenny's Lover (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... Police Driver (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 12, Episode 4: The Glitch

21 July 2009
An air traffic computer system, based on theories from an eccentric college professor, is denounced by the scientist creating a financial crisis for its backers.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... DC Gail Stephens
Shaughan Seymour ... Norman Wayland-Smith

Philip Jackson ... Daniel Snape

Josie Taylor ... Emily Harte (as Josephine Taylor)

Nigel Whitmey ... Clinton Finn

Lucy Brown ... Helen Markham

Jim Norton ... Edward Canning

David Haig ... George Jeffers
James Musgrave ... Tom Jeffers (as James Musgrove)
Joanna Roth ... Melanie Jeffers

Simon Chandler ... Jonathan Canning
Jonathan Cecil ... Melville Dodgson
Hermione Gulliford ... Ursula Carroll
Ruth Shaw ... Cyclist Steward (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 12, Episode 5: Small Mercies

20 September 2009
The body of a local troublemaker and lady's man is found dead in the model village which is the chief tourist attraction of Little Worthy.

Season 12, Episode 6: The Creeper

27 September 2009
A cat burglar named "The Creeper" is breaking into the estates of Causton, and an alcoholic writer threatening a "tell-all" book about his friends turns up dead.

Season 12, Episode 7: The Great and the Good

4 October 2009
A troubled schoolteacher subject to sleepwalking and quasi-paranoia feels that an intruder has been in her house, and doubters find dead bodies to confirm her fears.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... DC Gail Stephens

Nancy Carroll ... Connie Bishop

Bertie Carvel ... Justin Hooper

Paola Dionisotti ... Mrs Stroud

Monica Dolan ... Imogen Stroud

Paul Kaye ... Laurence Mann
Paul Chapman ... Howard Richardson
Suzanne Burden ... Zukie Richardson
Claire Oberman ... Jane Menzies
John Ramm ... Vince
Tim Wylton ... Jim Hanley
John Atterbury ... Mr Fuller
Deddie Davies ... Mrs Fuller

Maroussia Frank ... Housekeeper

Deborah Moore ... Mel
Clive Dancey ... Sonnyboy (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID officer (uncredited)

Season 13


Season 13, Episode 1: The Sword of Guillaume

10 February 2010
When the Causton Chamber of Commerce takes a bus trip to Brighton, a serial killer swinging an ancient sword decapitates some of them in the seaside resort.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... DC Gail Stephens

Lucy Cohu ... Jenny Russell
Rosina Carbone ... Lucy Terry
Darren Tighe ... Trent Terry

Tim McInnerny ... Hugh Dalgleish

Janet Suzman ... Lady Matilda William

Brian Capron ... Dave Hicks

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Saskia Reeves ... Marcia Macintyre
Colin Brummage ... Richard William

Mark Gatiss ... Rev Giles Shawcross
Julia Watson ... Christine Wakely

James Greene ... Douglas Wakely
Billy Geraghty ... Bill Russell

Robin Soans ... Perkins
Jamie Langlands ... Male On Ghost Train (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 13, Episode 2: The Made-to-Measure Murders

12 May 2010
A tailor dies of a heart attack. Two years later, his widow is murdered on her way to the vicarage. The vicar is also murdered after receiving a mysterious letter.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr Bullard
Maureen Beattie ... Sonia Woodley

Philip Bretherton ... Matthew Woodley

Karl Davies ... Luke Woodley

Sonya Cassidy ... Beatrice Daniels

Richard Cordery ... Morris Bingham

James Wilby ... Edward Milton

Nicholas Jones ... Reverend Moreland
Gwyneth Strong ... Katie Soper

Ian Burfield ... Derek Soper
Pax Baldwin ... Gary Soper
Carolyn Pickles ... Wendy Minchin
Carolyn Backhouse ... Deborah Milton
Nigel Williams ... Gerald Woodley
Brian Gwaspari ... Landlord
John Draycott ... Trevor Minchin

Season 13, Episode 3: Blood on the Saddle

27 July 2010
A Wild West show comes to Ford Florey and a serial killer starts to eliminate villagers in a "wild west" fashion related to a parcel of disputed swamp land.

Season 13, Episode 4: The Silent Land

3 August 2010
Jeff Bowmaker runs a profitable business in Midsomer Magna conducting spooky "ghost tours" at night when the unpopular village librarian turns up dead.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... DC Gail Stephens

Danny Webb ... Jeff Bowmaker
Aden Gillett ... Ian Kent
Emma Fielding ... Faith Kent
Rupert Holliday-Evans ... Adam Peach (as Rupert Holliday Evans)

Susannah Fielding ... Jessica Peach

Jack Roth ... Liam Peach
Suzy Aitchison ... Alice Carver
David Sibley ... John Carver

Christina Cole ... Sarah Sharp

Gabrielle Lloyd ... Mary Bishop
Tony Selby ... Vic Bishop
Victoria Lennox ... Ghost Walk Tourist

Season 13, Episode 5: Master Class

6 October 2010
A gifted young pianist with emotional issues is in competition with other young talents for a scholarship in a prestigious private musical academy.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... DC Gail Stephens

Michael Maloney ... Simon Sharpe
Katherine Press ... Francesca Sharpe

Lydia Wilson ... Zoe Stock

Ian Puleston-Davies ... Terry Stock
Janet Dibley ... Dawn Stock

Sylvestra Le Touzel ... Miriam Fielding

Frances Barber ... Constance Fielding

James Fox ... Sir Michael Fielding

Matthew James Thomas ... Orlando Guest

Richard Fleeshman ... Benedict Marsh
Clifford Rose ... Rev Gregory
Tristram Wymark ... Gordon Pope

Nadia Cameron-Blakey ... Penelope Guest

Harry Myers ... Jonas Slee
Elizabeth Bell ... Sister Agnes
Stephanie Jacob ... Middle Aged Woman

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 13, Episode 6: The Noble Art

13 October 2010
When a famous 1860 bareknuckle boxing bout is restaged in Midsomer Morchard with great pomp, dead bodies begin to pile up for Barnaby.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... DC Gail Stephens

Kevin McNally ... Gerald Farquaharson (as Kevin R McNally)
Matthew Douglas ... Sebastian Farquaharson

Daniela Denby-Ashe ... Camilla Farquaharson

Michelle Fairley ... Iris Holman

Ken Bones ... Giles Braithwaite

Glen Murphy ... Frank Bishop

Camille Coduri ... Grace Bishop

Phil Daniels ... Teddy Molloy

Tony Barton ... Ronnie Milsom

Deirdre Mullins ... Libby Morris

Henry Garrett ... John Kinsella
Daniel Llewelyn-Williams ... Ken Tuohy
Robert Cooper ... Kinsella's Opponent (as Rob Cooper)
Jensen Freeman ... Waiter (uncredited)

Alessandra Lèonie ... Waiter (uncredited)

Sue Parker-Nutley ... Villager (uncredited)

Season 13, Episode 7: Not in My Back Yard

12 January 2011
A group of conservationists object to the development of a pristine part of the village and adherents from both sides become victims of a mysterious killer.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Kirsty Dillon ... DC Gail Stephens

Peter Egan ... Norman Swanscombe

Jill Baker ... Eleanor Swanscombe

Dominic Mafham ... James Otley
Amanda Drew ... Liz Gerrard

Joan Blackham ... Maureen Stubbs

Dorothy Atkinson ... Angela Lawrence

David Annen ... Major David Walsh

Alistair Petrie ... Clifford Bunting
Linda Marlowe ... Fiona Conway

Hugo Speer ... Geoff Rogers
Polly Kemp ... Gemma Rogers
Ned Derrington ... Pizza Boy
Christopher Sloman ... Builder (as Chris Sloman)

Maroussia Frank ... Council Officer
Anthony Farrelly ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 13, Episode 8: Fit for Murder

23 January 2011
Joyce talks Barnaby into enrolling in a spa located in a remodeled manor house but the bodies start to pile up when he's there.

John Nettles ... DCI Tom Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Jane Wymark ... Joyce Barnaby

Laura Howard ... Cully Barnaby

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Kirsty Dillon ... DC Gail Stephens

Geraldine James ... Miranda Bedford

Jason Durr ... Luke Archbold

Lesley Manville ... Phoebe Archbold

Oliver Mellor ... Julian Woodley
Sally Giles ... Natasha Fox
Angus Barnett ... Kenny Pottinger

Ronni Ancona ... Kitty Pottinger

Shaun Dingwall ... Carter Smith

Miles Richardson ... Dr. Giles Danby
Gemma Dyllen ... Florence

Kimberley Nixon ... Cloud

Eric Carte ... Clarky

Sophie Dix ... Janet Smith
Ruth Rickman ... Gym Instructor (uncredited)
Allan Williams ... Pub Customer (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 14


Season 14, Episode 1: Death in the Slow Lane

23 March 2011
When a local DJ is crushed to death at a traditional girls' boarding school, DCI John Barnaby discovers that murder and deception are never far away from the quaint villages.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

David Warner ... Peter Fossett
Edna Doré ... Granny Brightwell
Susan Engel ... Harriet Wingate
Lucy Briers ... Jessica Wingate

Tim Dutton ... Jamie Cameron

Samantha Bond ... Kate Cameron

Clara Paget ... Charlotte Cameron

Luke Allen-Gale ... Dave Doggy Day
Sid Mitchell ... Thomas Brightwell
Gwyneth Keyworth ... Bethan
Daisy Keeping ... Nerys
Darren Clarke ... Daniel

Barry Aird ... Jock

Cate Fowler ... Mrs. Carter
Francine Morgan ... Deirdre

Nicholas Asbury ... Henry

Grahame Fox ... Nick the Money
Jack Bence ... Freddy
Josie Kidd ... Peggy
Leah Whitaker ... WPC

Richard Clifford ... Hugh Snape

James Richard Marshall ... Young Peter Fossett

James O'Donnell ... Duncan Palmer (uncredited)
James Philip Shaw ... Unruly Youth (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 2: Dark Secrets

30 March 2011
The reclusive lives of an elderly eccentric couple come under police scrutiny when a social services investigator is murdered.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby

Edward Fox ... William Bingham

Phyllida Law ... Mary Bingham

Neil Pearson ... Eddie Stanton

Beth Goddard ... Selina Stanton
Lucy Briggs-Owen ... Verity Stanton

Haydn Gwynne ... Maggie Viviani

Julian Ovenden ... Ben Viviani

Nick Brimble ... Adam Grace

Jeff Rawle ... Gerry Dawkins

Simon Dutton ... Laurence Fletcher
Abigail McKern ... Josie Parker
John Quentin ... Doctor Frost
Laura Rogers ... Jane Morris

Ifan Meredith ... Dave Taylor

Sue Vincent ... Matron Lynch
Helen Steinway Bailey ... Jennifer Bingham (as Helen Steinway-Bailey)
Arran Topham ... Robin Bingham

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 3: Echoes of the Dead

20 April 2011
The drowning of a woman in a bathtub becomes the first murder in a series of copycat murders imitating infamous murders from the past.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby

Sarah Smart ... Jo Starling

Ron Cook ... Bernard Flack

Adrian Rawlins ... David Orchard
Melanie Kilburn ... Yvonne Flack

Andrew Buckley ... Malcolm Merryman

Daisy Haggard ... Fran Carter

Thomas Arnold ... Sam Tomlin

Pam Ferris ... Liz Tomlin

Lee Boardman ... Matt Rowntree
Kacey Ainsworth ... Nikki Rowntree

Malcolm Terris ... Len Merryman
Jane Thorne ... Olive Merryman

Lisa Brookes ... Dianne Price
Edward Clayton ... Frank Bertram

Season 14, Episode 4: The Oblong Murders

25 May 2011
Barnaby sends Jones undercover into a New Age cult to investigate the disappearance of a young woman who entered an introduction course and then never left the movement.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Barry Jackson ... Dr. Bullard

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Will Knightley ... Max Fuller
Richard Albrecht ... Mr. Oliver
Heather Tobias ... Mrs. Oliver

John Woodvine ... Commodore

Kevin Doyle ... Paddy Powell

Holly Aird ... Claire Powell
Sophie Stanton ... Josie Palmer

Josephine Butler ... Freddie Raft
Paul Hilton ... Dominic Segal

Christine Bottomley ... Blaze Leadbetter
Simon Day ... Combover Guy

Charity Wakefield ... Ruth Lambert
Tom Fisher ... Crusty
Francesca Hunt ... Susan Crane

Barbara Flynn ... Millie Bullard
Elizabeth Crarer ... Lucy Oliver
Christina Greatrex ... Carolyn Lambert
Oliver Ryan ... Reporter
Greg Sheffield ... Lee

Jack Crutch ... Kevin
Lee Asquith-Coe ... Oblong Cult Body Guard (uncredited)
Jensen Freeman ... Reporter (uncredited)

Damien Gerard ... Oblong Cult Member (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 5: The Sleeper Under the Hill

21 September 2011
The gruesome discovery of a farmer's eviscerated body in an ancient stone circle is made just days before the spring equinox.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Tamzin Malleson ... Dr. Kate Wilding

Lee Ross ... Sergeant Trevor Gibson

Richard Leaf ... Evan Jago
Susan Brown ... Leticia Clifford

Alan Williams ... Ezra Canning

Robert Pugh ... Caradoc Singer
Claudia Harrison ... Eleanor Preston

Noah Huntley ... Aidan Hardy
Colin Tarrant ... Eric
Justin Shevlin ... Alex Preston

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 6: The Night of the Stag

12 October 2011
Local bootleggers come under suspicion after the disappearance of a government inspector.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Tamzin Malleson ... Dr. Kate Wilding

Warren Clarke ... Samuel Quested

Francis Magee ... Smudgepot
Ian Peck ... Wilberforce
Bernard Lloyd ... Byron Street

Greg Hicks ... Rev Norman Grigor
Beatrice Comins ... Evelyn Grigor
Niamh Quinn ... Prudence
Denise Black ... Chloe Baker
Natalie Klamar ... Esme Baker

Andrew Havill ... Rev Conrad Walker
Richard Hawley ... Will Green

Stephen Marcus ... Silas Trout

Patrick Ryecart ... Anthony Devereux
Eleanor Yates ... Alice Quested
Jonathan Jaynes ... Jonathan Oak

Richard Bradshaw ... Peter Slim
Jimmy Ryan-Shedden ... Abbas Man
Kelvin Wise ... Armed Response Unit
Ian Mann ... Cider Worker (uncredited)
June Smith ... Drunken Floozy (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 7: A Sacred Trust

26 October 2011
Vandalism and violence send shock waves through Midsomer's cloistered nunnery.

Season 14, Episode 8: A Rare Bird

11 January 2012
Barnaby and Jones investigate whether competition between ornithology enthusiasts led to murder.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Tamzin Malleson ... Kate Wilding

Genevieve O'Reilly ... Nina Morgan
Alexander Hanson ... Patrick Morgan (as Alex Hanson)
Paul Bigley ... Tim Whitley

James Dreyfus ... Ralph Ford

Allan Corduner ... Michael Hipsman

Paul Nicholls ... Dave Foxely

Tony Haygarth ... George Napier

Nicholas Boulton ... Dr. Markham
Amanda Lawrence ... Olivia Carter
Ella Al-Khalil Coyle ... Aimee Whitley
Carol Cummings ... SOCO (uncredited)
David Golt ... Parent (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Julie Vollono ... Pub Patron (uncredited)

Season 15


Season 15, Episode 1: The Dark Rider

1 February 2012
The DeQuettevilles and the Fleetwoods have been enemies since the English Civil War. Now the DeQuettevilles are dying, each first seeing a headless horseman. Is the ancient feud to blame? Or is there a modern murderer at large?

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Tamzin Malleson ... Kate Wilding

Eleanor Bron ... Izzy DeQuetteville

James Callis ... Toby DeQuetteville / Julian DeQuetteville

Raquel Cassidy ... Diana DeQuetteville

Kerry Fox ... Betty DeQuetteville

William Gaunt ... Ludo DeQuetteville

Natalie Mendoza ... Sasha Fleetwood

Paul Ritter ... Harry Fleetwood

Murray Melvin ... Bentham DeQuetteville

James Clay ... Simon DeQuetteville
Louisa Clein ... Amanda Harding
Sykes ... Sykes (as Skykes)
Anthony Farrelly ... C.I.D. Officer (uncredited)
David Golt ... Tourist (uncredited)

Robby Haynes ... Forensic Police Officer (uncredited)
Martyn Mayger ... Spectator at Battle Re-enactment (uncredited)
June Smith ... Battle Guest (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Julie Vollono ... Battle Guest (uncredited)

Season 15, Episode 2: Murder of Innocence

21 March 2012
When a barrister is killed in Midsomer, suspicion falls on convicted murderer Grady Felton. But Grady has a solid alibi. Barnaby suspects he is working with an accomplice - until Grady himself is targeted in an arson attack.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Tamzin Malleson ... Kate Wilding

Sam Callis ... Will Gideon
Lisa Dillon ... Deirdre Denning
Sharon Duce ... Mandy Gideon

Rupert Hill ... Kyle Gideon

Georgia Mackenzie ... Susie Bellingham
Jamie Michie ... Gareth Dunbar
Ian Redford ... Ted Denning

Jack Pierce ... Grady Felton

Dylan Brown ... Fred Burns
Julie Teal ... Prosecuting Counsel
Kate Bowes Renna ... Defence Counsel
Amanda Wright ... Police Instructor
Christopher Mellows ... Giles Harrison
Mark Armstrong ... PC
Joseph Scatley ... Young Daniel
Katie Buchholtz ... Young Deirdre

Matthew Hopkinson ... Young Grady
Helen Evans ... Policewoman
Mick Slaney ... Reporter
Sykes ... Sykes (as Skykes)
Lee Asquith-Coe ... Causton CID Officer (uncredited)

Pablo Bubar ... Hospital Policeman (uncredited)
Anthony Farrelly ... C.I.D. Officer (uncredited)
David Golt ... SOCO (uncredited)
Richard Herdman ... Hospital Orderly (uncredited)
Martyn Mayger ... Press Photographer (uncredited)
Pete Meads ... Police Officer (uncredited)
June Smith ... Nurse (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)
Fabio Vollono ... Gym User (uncredited)

Julie Vollono ... Gym User (uncredited)

Season 15, Episode 3: Written in the Stars

25 September 2012
During a total eclipse of the sun, an astronomer is bludgeoned to death by a meteor, and an astrologer claims to have predicted each subsequent murder.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Tamzin Malleson ... Kate Wilding

Harry Hadden-Paton ... Lawrence Janson
Kenny Ireland ... George Dormer

Soraya Radford ... Gagan Dutta

Jay Taylor ... Peter Groves

Barnaby Kay ... Adrian Sharp

Maureen Lipman ... Mags Dormer

Tim Wallers ... Jeremy Harper

Clare Calbraith ... Catrina Harper

Kelly Price ... Tanya Walker

Ace Bhatti ... Harry Dutta
Charles Daish ... Jack Clough
Sykes ... Sykes (as Skykes)
Paul Blackwell ... Eclipse Observer (uncredited)
Chris Cowlin ... CID Officer (uncredited)
John Duggan ... Yoga Student (uncredited)
Anthony Farrelly ... C.I.D. Officer (uncredited)

Susan Fordham ... Solar Eclipse Observer (uncredited)
Richard Herdman ... Solar Eclipse Observer (uncredited)
Shaun Lucas ... Torch Bearer (uncredited)

Nick Thomas-Webster ... CID Officer (uncredited)
Fabio Vollono ... Yoga Student (uncredited)

Season 15, Episode 4: Death and the Divas

2 January 2013
A film historian writing about a 1960s horror actress is killed in her home. It becomes the start of what appear to be a series of copycat murders based on the actress' films.

Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby

Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones

Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Tamzin Malleson ... Kate Wilding

Sinéad Cusack ... Stella Harris

Harriet Walter ... Diana Davenport

Henry Goodman ... Cy Davenport
Pearce Quigley ... Colin Yule

Alice Sykes ... Rosie Harris
Joseph Beattie ... Scott Davenport
David Bark-Jones ... Patrick Tilman

Pandora Clifford ... Juliet Tilman

Anna Wilson-Jones ... Emma Harris

Samuel Anderson ... Perry Stevens

Georgina Beedle ... Young Stella

John Carson ... Older Gentleman