208 : The Red Baron
209 : Vertigo
1006 : A Picture Of Innocence
There is a fierce rivalry between traditional and digital photographers in the village of Luxton Deeping. When the photographic society's committee decides not to accept digital images at the annual photographic exhibition, matters take an ugly turn and there is a confrontation. The following day, photographer Lionel Bell is found murdered in woodland, strangled with the cord of his light meter. As the detectives begin to investigate, evidence seems to implicate Barnaby in the murder and he is taken off the case. He is replaced by DI Martin Spellman, a colleague disliked by Tom, who appears more interested in his upcoming wedding than the case. When another photographer is murdered, Barnaby continues his investigation unofficially to discover who is framing him and bring the guilty party to justice.
1007 : They Seek Him Here
Inhabitants in the village of Midsomer Magna are in the spotlight when a film crew arrives at the village Manor House for a production of The Scarlet Pimpernel. Its presence coincides with the arrival of a well-known criminal, George Ince, who is spotted lurking around the Manor. When Nick Cheney, the film's director, is found dead by the use of the prop guillotine, the detectives have several motives to examine. The trail leads to an elaborate planned robbery before the truth emerges.
1008 : Death In A Chocolate Box
Ex-convict Ronnie Tyler departs from the village of Midsomer Holm, having successfully participated in a rehabilitation scheme for reformed criminals. At his send-off are DCI Tom Barnaby and Jack Colby, a disgraced ex-policeman and former colleague of Barnaby. Jack is decidedly frosty towards his former friend and refuses to chat. When Jack is later murdered, Barnaby must search for answers in his past for motives. Shortly afterwards another reformed criminal, Eddie Marston, is murdered after having attempting blackmail. Dark secrets resurface and Barnaby must deduce whether Colby's involvement in misconduct at Causton Police Station years earlier could be the key to the case.
0101 : The Killings At Badger's Drift
0102 : Written In Blood
Gerald Hadleigh, chairman of the Midsomer Worthy Writers Circle, is deeply troubled when the group decides to invite writer Max Jennings to their next meeting. The morning after Jennings's visit, Hadleigh is found bludgeoned to death at home by his housekeeper. Barnaby and Troy discover Hadleigh was somewhat of an enigma since a witness observed an unknown woman enter his house the night before his murder.
0103 : Death Of A Hollow Man
The peace of Ferne Basset is shattered when the body of quiet animal lover Agnes Gray is found floating in the nearby river. Soon afterwards her cousin, Esslyn Carmichael, inadvertently cuts his own throat on stage during the final act of the production of Amadeus. It turns out that the safety tape on the prop knife used by Esslyn on stage had been removed, making it lethal. As most of the other cast members of the Causton Amateur Dramatics Society loathed him, there are multiple motives and suspects for his murder.
0104 : Faithful Unto Death
0105 : Death In Disguise
0201 : Death's Shadow
The village of Badger's Drift is again at the center of attention when popular local property developer, Richard Bayly, is found decapitated in his own home. Richard had recently been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor and was now contemplating his likely premature death. The murder weapon, an Indian sword, is found near his body, and it turns out it was stolen in a burglary at the vicarage.
103 : Code Name: Honeymoon Lost
104 : Code Name: Strange Bedfellows
105 : Code Name: Million Dollar Ladies