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Father Brown Previous Broadcasts

The Eagle and the Daw (Episode #151H)

KQED Plus: Mon, Aug 28, 2017 -- 7:00 PM

Father Brown (Mark Williams) visits a women's prison to hear confession from Katharine (Kate O'Flynn) a woman waiting to be hanged for the murder of her husband. Under the seal of the confessional she tells him that she's arranged the death of her former lover, Raymond (Benjamin Fisher). Was that terribly naughty of her? Father Brown visits Raymond only to be startled by a gunshot - revealed to be Raymond scaring away an eagle. Raymond is packing up to leave Kembleford and entrusts Father Brown with a revolver inside a wooden box. His feelings of shame about Katharine give him dark thoughts and he doesn't trust himself with it. Father Brown crosses paths with Inspector Mallory (Jack Deam), on his way to investigate the gunshot, who observes the gun box. When the Inspector finds Raymond's body with a bullet wound to the head, he only has one suspect in mind...

Repeat Broadcasts:

  • KQED Plus: Tue, Aug 29, 2017 -- 1:00 AM

The Hand of Lucia (Episode #150H)

KQED Plus: Mon, Aug 21, 2017 -- 7:00 PM

As notorious author Lucia Morrell (Hetty Baynes) shouts at some removal men outside her new house, a vase is dropped on her head from high above... Bunty is shocked to hear about the attack - Lucia said in an interview she would reveal who Lulu, her sadistic former lover, was based upon in her next novel so perhaps someone was trying to protect their identity? Father Brown (Mark Williams) studies a list of 20 possible options and deduces that Lulu is most likely Lady Ursula. Meanwhile Lucia visits Lady Ursula (Carol Royle) and asks for money as she can't get a publishing deal. Lucia threatens to tell her son James (Kris Olsen) about their sordid past but Lady Ursula threatens her - she knows what she's capable of. Later when Father Brown and Bunty arrive at Lucia's they learn that not only has she been murdered, but that her hand has been chopped off...

Repeat Broadcasts:

  • KQED Plus: Tue, Aug 22, 2017 -- 1:00 AM

The Chedworth Cyclone (Episode #149H)

KQED Plus: Mon, Aug 14, 2017 -- 7:00 PM

Father Brown (Mark Williams) drops into Chedworth Boxing Club and sees London gangster Dennis Nelson (Martin Kemp) set Jeb (Chris Gordon) up for a crack at the Southern Area Belt at Cheltenham Town Hall. As Dennis leaves, washed up fighter Roy (Nicholas Cass) begs him for a fight but all Dennis can offer is some door work. As the big fight approaches Roy angrily spars with Jeb and blood is drawn. Trainer Teddy (Bill Fellows) smells the whisky on Roy's breath and tells him he's finished at the club. At the Red Lion, Father Brown and Bunty (Emer Kenny) observe a bookie's runner collecting bets - there's plenty of money on Jeb to win. The next morning Father Brown and Teddy discover Roy's body at the bottom of the stairs at the boxing club. When the police find blood upstairs a murder inquiry is opened... with Jeb as the prime suspect.

Repeat Broadcasts:

  • KQED Plus: Tue, Aug 15, 2017 -- 1:00 AM

The Eve of St John (Episode #148H)

KQED Plus: Tue, Aug 1, 2017 -- 1:00 AM

Lillith (Hara Yannas) walks through eerie Crows Wood with a feeling she's being followed. She runs and trips, crashing to the ground. As she turns to face her attacker a stone bears down on her head... Months later at the Kembleford parish council meeting Anglican Reverend Allsworthy (Oliver Gilbert) and Methodist Minister, Reverend Gillespie (John Sessions) report that the clergy have been tasked to form a committee to report about the moral threat of a coven in the village. Father Brown (Mark Williams) points out that witches aren't Satanists. However when the village drunk spies on an initiation ceremony in the coven, he's terrified to see High Priest Eugene (Ken Bones) raise a sword to Dione's (Estella Daniels) breast. When Inspector Mallory (Jack Deam) finds blood there the next day it would appear that the witches are not quite as benevolent as they maintain.. .

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