A woman in pink lies dead in a derelict house. She is the fourth in a series of seemingly impossible suicides. DI Lestrade is the best Scotland Yard has got, but even he knows that there's only one man who can help. Elsewhere in London, a war hero, invalided home from Afghanistan, meets a strange but charismatic genius who is looking for a flatmate; Dr John Watson and Sherlock Holmes are meeting for the first time.
Thirty years past their prime, the band Hired Gun aims for a comeback at the Midsomer Rocks Music Festival. With Barnaby among the legions of fans who still love the band's music, their revival holds promise until someone sounds a discordant note by killing off the musicians, one by one
Ruby and Pearl Pratt face scandal when their estranged father returns to town. It’s bad news for the other Candleford residents too as the wily old rascal is working his scams – aided by Caroline, who is being pursued by a bailiff. Meanwhile, Laura ignores her father while out with Philip.
Alex thinks she’s close to death and has to keep her brain alive by solving the case: a raid at a Post Office. Gene believes the culprit is Chas Cale, a blagger he crossed swords with years ago. When Chas claims he’s too old, Gene reflects on whether he too is over the hill. For once, Alex needs Gene to be strong for her. She fears she can’t solve the case alone and is desperate not to die in 1981.
A carnival to celebrate Prince Arthur's birthday hides a deadly foe who promises to strike at the very heart of Camelot.
Copyright © 2021
All rights reserved.
Internet Service Terms
Apple TV & Privacy