Midsomer Murders (1997– )
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Till Death Do Us Part 

Barnaby is less than impressed when Sarah drags him to a wedding. But things go from bad to worse when Barnaby must unveil a murderer with an apparent penchant for local brides.

Director:

Audrey Cooke

Writers:

Helen Jenkins (screenplay), Caroline Graham (based upon the books by)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby
Nick Hendrix ... DS Jamie Winter
Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Annette Badland ... Fleur Perkins
Camilla Arfwedson ... Serena Madison
Ella Balinska ... Grace Briggs
Kelly Brook ... Laurel Newman
Michael Fox ... Gavin Webster
Liz Fraser ... Marcia Jackson
Gabrielle Glaister ... Juliet Evans
Nick Hancock Nick Hancock ... Phil Webster
Colin McFarlane ... Jordan Briggs
Maya Sondhi ... Aisha Khalique
Fenella Woolgar ... Hazel Webster
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Clement-Horton David Clement-Horton ... Catwalk Audience
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Storyline

While Barnaby, his wife Sarah and Winter attend a wedding, the bride is killed in her suite, presumably by a strong man. While the detectives look into the wedding party and hotel staff's secrets, the murderer strikes again, another local bride with worrisome MO similarities, suggesting they may not be the ultimate target. Written by KGF Vissers

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Plot Keywords:

dancing | drinking | bed | in laws | dinner | See All (6) »

Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

6 July 2018 (Norway) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Maya Sondhi and Colin McFarlane both appeared previously in Citizen Khan: Citizen Khan: The In-Laws (2014). McFarlane only appeared in that episode whereas Sondhi was a regular cast member (Shazia Khan). See more »

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Midsomer Murders
(Theme Song)
Written by Jim Parker
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Run of the mill
13 September 2019 | by colinrogers1See all my reviews

This was a fairly forgettable episode for me. The quality has been nosediving during the John Barnaby era, his hang dog look and Stan Laurel grin doesn't inject any electricity into affairs as Tom Barnaby's did. With a few notable exceptions, The Lions of Causton as a recent stand out, the writing has felt really strained and recycled. With the 120 plus episodes admittedly under its belt it may be time to think about wrapping things up? Anyway, what I thought was hilarious in its daft ness was at the beginning where Sarah finds the first dead body and she is shown sitting in an ambulance with a blanket round her shoulders for her shock presumably, whilst grieving newlywed husband head in hands sits a few feet away. The paramedic then hands her a mug of tea and ignores him! Ridiculous!


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