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Midsomer Murders Previous Broadcasts

Ghosts of Christmas Past, Part Two (Episode #714H)

KQED Plus: Sat, Jun 28, 2014 -- 2:48 AM

Barnaby looks forward, with reservations, to entertaining his in-laws for Christmas. Meanwhile, exactly 9 years after the suicide of Ferdy Villiers, his family and their guests arrive at the somewhat dilapidated Villiers home to celebrate the festive season. However, not everyone present is imbued with the holiday spirit and the already rather tense atmosphere begins to disintegrate even further when it becomes apparent that someone in the household is all too aware that certain family members have dark secrets to hide. When what initially appears to have been an accident is revealed to be murder, Barnaby and Scott discover that they must first unravel what really happened in the past in order to resolve the present.

Ghosts of Christmas Past, Part One (Episode #713H)

KQED Plus: Sat, Jun 28, 2014 -- 2:00 AM

Barnaby looks forward, with reservations, to entertaining his in-laws for Christmas. Meanwhile, exactly 9 years after the suicide of Ferdy Villiers, his family and their guests arrive at the somewhat dilapidated Villiers home to celebrate the festive season. However, not everyone present is imbued with the holiday spirit and the already rather tense atmosphere begins to disintegrate even further when it becomes apparent that someone in the household is all too aware that certain family members have dark secrets to hide. When what initially appears to have been an accident is revealed to be murder, Barnaby and Scott discover that they must first unravel what really happened in the past in order to resolve the present.

Ghosts of Christmas Past, Part Two (Episode #714H)

KQED Plus: Fri, Jun 27, 2014 -- 8:48 PM

Barnaby looks forward, with reservations, to entertaining his in-laws for Christmas. Meanwhile, exactly 9 years after the suicide of Ferdy Villiers, his family and their guests arrive at the somewhat dilapidated Villiers home to celebrate the festive season. However, not everyone present is imbued with the holiday spirit and the already rather tense atmosphere begins to disintegrate even further when it becomes apparent that someone in the household is all too aware that certain family members have dark secrets to hide. When what initially appears to have been an accident is revealed to be murder, Barnaby and Scott discover that they must first unravel what really happened in the past in order to resolve the present.

Ghosts of Christmas Past, Part One (Episode #713H)

KQED Plus: Fri, Jun 27, 2014 -- 8:00 PM

Barnaby looks forward, with reservations, to entertaining his in-laws for Christmas. Meanwhile, exactly 9 years after the suicide of Ferdy Villiers, his family and their guests arrive at the somewhat dilapidated Villiers home to celebrate the festive season. However, not everyone present is imbued with the holiday spirit and the already rather tense atmosphere begins to disintegrate even further when it becomes apparent that someone in the household is all too aware that certain family members have dark secrets to hide. When what initially appears to have been an accident is revealed to be murder, Barnaby and Scott discover that they must first unravel what really happened in the past in order to resolve the present.

The Straw Woman, Part Two (Episode #712H)

KQED Plus: Sat, Jun 21, 2014 -- 2:48 AM

The revival of a traditional festival at Midsomer Parva ends in tragedy when the curate is burned alive inside a straw effigy of a woman. Then his gay lover, Rev Jim Hale (Jonathan Hackett) dies too, a victim of apparent spontaneous combustion, in front of a severed pig's head on the altar. Amid rumors of witchcraft, some villagers blame Manor owner and orgy host Alan Clifford (Keith Barron), who has a secret of his own.

The Straw Woman, Part One (Episode #711H)

KQED Plus: Sat, Jun 21, 2014 -- 2:00 AM

The revival of a traditional festival at Midsomer Parva ends in tragedy when the curate is burned alive inside a straw effigy of a woman. Then his gay lover, Rev Jim Hale (Jonathan Hackett) dies too, a victim of apparent spontaneous combustion, in front of a severed pig's head on the altar. Amid rumors of witchcraft, some villagers blame Manor owner and orgy host Alan Clifford (Keith Barron), who has a secret of his own.

The Straw Woman, Part Two (Episode #712H)

KQED Plus: Fri, Jun 20, 2014 -- 8:48 PM

The revival of a traditional festival at Midsomer Parva ends in tragedy when the curate is burned alive inside a straw effigy of a woman. Then his gay lover, Rev Jim Hale (Jonathan Hackett) dies too, a victim of apparent spontaneous combustion, in front of a severed pig's head on the altar. Amid rumors of witchcraft, some villagers blame Manor owner and orgy host Alan Clifford (Keith Barron), who has a secret of his own.

The Straw Woman, Part One (Episode #711H)

KQED Plus: Fri, Jun 20, 2014 -- 8:00 PM

The revival of a traditional festival at Midsomer Parva ends in tragedy when the curate is burned alive inside a straw effigy of a woman. Then his gay lover, Rev Jim Hale (Jonathan Hackett) dies too, a victim of apparent spontaneous combustion, in front of a severed pig's head on the altar. Amid rumors of witchcraft, some villagers blame Manor owner and orgy host Alan Clifford (Keith Barron), who has a secret of his own.

The Maid In Splendour, Part Two (Episode #710H)

KQED Plus: Sat, Jun 14, 2014 -- 2:48 AM

A barman from the Maid in Splendour pub is shot dead as he walks near a ruined cottage in the woods. Barnaby and Scott discover a clash of cultures at the pub, between locals and new money, and between charming old landlord Michael Bannerman (William Gaunt) and his bullish son Stephen. But when Stephen, too, is murdered, past passions become as important as current enemies.

The Maid In Splendour, Part One (Episode #709H)

KQED Plus: Sat, Jun 14, 2014 -- 2:00 AM

A barman from the Maid in Splendour pub is shot dead as he walks near a ruined cottage in the woods. Barnaby and Scott discover a clash of cultures at the pub, between locals and new money, and between charming old landlord Michael Bannerman (William Gaunt) and his bullish son Stephen. But when Stephen, too, is murdered, past passions become as important as current enemies.

The Maid In Splendour, Part Two (Episode #710H)

KQED Plus: Fri, Jun 13, 2014 -- 8:48 PM

A barman from the Maid in Splendour pub is shot dead as he walks near a ruined cottage in the woods. Barnaby and Scott discover a clash of cultures at the pub, between locals and new money, and between charming old landlord Michael Bannerman (William Gaunt) and his bullish son Stephen. But when Stephen, too, is murdered, past passions become as important as current enemies.

The Maid In Splendour, Part One (Episode #709H)

KQED Plus: Fri, Jun 13, 2014 -- 8:00 PM

A barman from the Maid in Splendour pub is shot dead as he walks near a ruined cottage in the woods. Barnaby and Scott discover a clash of cultures at the pub, between locals and new money, and between charming old landlord Michael Bannerman (William Gaunt) and his bullish son Stephen. But when Stephen, too, is murdered, past passions become as important as current enemies.

Sins of Commission, Part Two (Episode #708()

KQED Plus: Sat, Jun 7, 2014 -- 3:00 AM

A prize-winning author is murdered on the eve of the Midsomer Literary Festival. Barnaby and Scott discover the seemingly highbrow literary community of Midsomer St. Michael is in fact a hotbed of corruption, sexual scandal and financial mismanagement. But before they can discover which of their suspects is telling the truth, the death toll begins to rise.

Sins of Commission, Part One (Episode #707()

KQED Plus: Sat, Jun 7, 2014 -- 2:00 AM

A prize-winning author is murdered on the eve of the Midsomer Literary Festival. Barnaby and Scott discover the seemingly highbrow literary community of Midsomer St. Michael is in fact a hotbed of corruption, sexual scandal and financial mismanagement. But before they can discover which of their suspects is telling the truth, the death toll begins to rise.

Sins of Commission, Part Two (Episode #708()

KQED Plus: Fri, Jun 6, 2014 -- 9:00 PM

A prize-winning author is murdered on the eve of the Midsomer Literary Festival. Barnaby and Scott discover the seemingly highbrow literary community of Midsomer St. Michael is in fact a hotbed of corruption, sexual scandal and financial mismanagement. But before they can discover which of their suspects is telling the truth, the death toll begins to rise.

Sins of Commission, Part One (Episode #707()

KQED Plus: Fri, Jun 6, 2014 -- 8:00 PM

A prize-winning author is murdered on the eve of the Midsomer Literary Festival. Barnaby and Scott discover the seemingly highbrow literary community of Midsomer St. Michael is in fact a hotbed of corruption, sexual scandal and financial mismanagement. But before they can discover which of their suspects is telling the truth, the death toll begins to rise.

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