The Resource Midsomer murders. Set 18
- Midsomer murders. Set 18
- Statement of responsibility
- produced by Brian True-May ; directed by Peter Smith, Renny Rye, Richard Holthouse ; Bentley Productions ; All 3 Media
- Murderers -- England -- Drama.
- Detective and mystery television programs
- Fiction television programs
- Barnaby, Chief Inspector (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Action and adventure television programs
- Video recordings for the hearing impaired
- Mystery television programs
- Television serials
- Detectives -- England -- Drama.
- Television series
- Murder -- England -- Drama.
- Criminal behavior -- England -- Drama.
- Criminal investigation -- England -- Drama.
- Small mercies : "The village of Little Worthing prides itself on two tourist attractions: the annual boat race and an elaborate model village. Then the body of troublemaker Richard Tanner turns up bound on the model with string and pegs like a passage from Gulliver's Travels. As Barnaby and Jones investigate, they discover that outsized passions swirled around the tiny figurines and that this model hamlet hides troubling personal histories."--Container
- The creeper: "A cat burglar called the Creeper stalks the homes of Causton, putting residents on high alert. But more than jewelry and electronics are at stake, as the long-secrets of the aristocratic Chettham family start to come to light. The Chetthams have staved off financial ruin by selling their home to their friend Jack Filby. When a man is suffocated and his valuables stolen at a birthday party hosted by Filby, it seems the Creeper has turned killer. Barnaby receives unexpected aid to uncover the truth."--Container
- Great and the Good :"Educator Connie Bishop faces a slew of troubles. A decline in pupils may close down her village school, and she herself suffers from night terrors. But has she been imagining an intruder in her home, or are her suspicions well founded? When a local politician dies in her garden, it confirms her worst fears. As Barnaby and Jones investigate, another man is murdered on Connie's property. Is the sweet-natured schoolteacher a victim--or a killer?"--Container
- Cataloging source
- Credits note
- Music composed by Jim Parker ; editor, John Blackwell ; director of photography, Colin Munn
- Dewey number
- Intended audience
- Not rated
- Language note
- Subtitled in English for the deaf and hard of hearing
- LC call number
- LC item number
- .M53 2011
- John Nettles, Jason Hughes, Jane Wymark, Barry Jackson
- live action
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