When an early copy of Midsomer's beloved (and dead) composer Joan Alder's most famous work surfaces, people start dying. Barnaby is an old friend of the family and investigates the deaths, plus delves into the mystery surrounding Joan's love life and the reasons she left the village years earlier. Questions about the authenticity of the work threaten Joan's ex-husband's claim to the royalties still generated by the music. Written by
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While speaking to his wedding quests, Charlie Speight (Trevor Peacock) jokes that his family are all in prison then says "...no, no, no, no, no..", much like the character Jim Trott, played by Peacock in The Vicar of Dibley. See more
Good night, Arthur.
References The Great Escape