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|Row 5 info = [[Catherine Bullard]] (wife)}}Dr George Bullard was the pathologist working with the Causton police and the husband of [[Catherine Bullard]]. Bullard goes about his work with a professional skill and a cheery demeanour. He is a good friend of Barnaby. He has been a regular throughout the series (save for a brief spell, when his place was taken by Dr. Dan Peterson played by <u>Toby Jones</u>). In later episodes he has often played a greater role in the plot, even making a sterling appearance in the Midsomer Worthy Choir in "Death in Chorus". In one episode he admits to the "accidental" death of his wife while on tour at a slaughter house. He takes up the role of conductor when Laurence Barker (Peter Capaldi) disappears. In The Oblong Murders Bullard asks Tom's cousin John to go and find Lucy Oliver, the daughter of some friends and it is also reveals that he has a sister calle Millie who is a dog minder, and they leave Sykes the dog with her.
 
|Row 5 info = [[Catherine Bullard]] (wife)}}Dr George Bullard was the pathologist working with the Causton police and the husband of [[Catherine Bullard]]. Bullard goes about his work with a professional skill and a cheery demeanour. He is a good friend of Barnaby. He has been a regular throughout the series (save for a brief spell, when his place was taken by Dr. Dan Peterson played by <u>Toby Jones</u>). In later episodes he has often played a greater role in the plot, even making a sterling appearance in the Midsomer Worthy Choir in "Death in Chorus". In one episode he admits to the "accidental" death of his wife while on tour at a slaughter house. He takes up the role of conductor when Laurence Barker (Peter Capaldi) disappears. In The Oblong Murders Bullard asks Tom's cousin John to go and find Lucy Oliver, the daughter of some friends and it is also reveals that he has a sister calle Millie who is a dog minder, and they leave Sykes the dog with her.
 
==='''Relationships'''===
 
==='''Relationships'''===
Catherine Bullard
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Catherine Bullard - Wife
   
Millie Bullard
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Millie Bullard - Sister
   
DCI Tom Barnaby
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DCI Tom Barnaby - Friend
   
DCI John Barnaby
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DCI John Barnaby - Friend
   
DS Gavin Troy
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DS Gavin Troy - Friend
   
DS Dan Scott
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DS Dan Scott - Friend
   
DS Ben Jones
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DS Ben Jones - Friend
   
Joyce Barnaby
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Joyce Barnaby - Friend
   
Cully Barnaby
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Cully Barnaby - Family Friend
   
Sarah Barnaby
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Sarah Barnaby - Friend
 
[[Category:People|Bullard, George]]
 
[[Category:People|Bullard, George]]
 
[[Category:Fictional characters]]
 
[[Category:Fictional characters]]

Revision as of 17:00, September 19, 2017

Dr George Bullard

Episodes

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First episode

The Killings at Badger's Drift

Last episode

The Oblong Murders

Family

Millie Bullard (sister)

Relationships

Catherine Bullard (wife)

Dr George Bullard was the pathologist working with the Causton police and the husband of Catherine Bullard. Bullard goes about his work with a professional skill and a cheery demeanour. He is a good friend of Barnaby. He has been a regular throughout the series (save for a brief spell, when his place was taken by Dr. Dan Peterson played by Toby Jones). In later episodes he has often played a greater role in the plot, even making a sterling appearance in the Midsomer Worthy Choir in "Death in Chorus". In one episode he admits to the "accidental" death of his wife while on tour at a slaughter house. He takes up the role of conductor when Laurence Barker (Peter Capaldi) disappears. In The Oblong Murders Bullard asks Tom's cousin John to go and find Lucy Oliver, the daughter of some friends and it is also reveals that he has a sister calle Millie who is a dog minder, and they leave Sykes the dog with her.

Relationships

Catherine Bullard - Wife

Millie Bullard - Sister

DCI Tom Barnaby - Friend

DCI John Barnaby - Friend

DS Gavin Troy - Friend

DS Dan Scott - Friend

DS Ben Jones - Friend

Joyce Barnaby - Friend

Cully Barnaby - Family Friend

Sarah Barnaby - Friend

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