Series Seven of Midsomer Murders premiered 2 November 2003, and concluded on 29 February 2004.
|Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby||John Nettles||DCI Causton CID|
|Detective Sergeant Gavin Troy||Daniel Casey||DS Causton CID he was promoted to DI and transferred at the conclusion of The Green Man||Daniel Casey's final appearance as a series regular occurred in the premiere episode of series seven entitled The Green Man|
|Detective Sergeant Daniel Scott||John Hopkins||DS Causton CID||John Hopkins made his debut as DS Dan Scott in the episose entitled Bad Tidings|
|Mrs. Joyce Barnaby||Jane Wymark||Wife of DCI Barnaby|
|Ms. Cully Barnaby||Laura Howard||Daughter of DCI Barnaby|
|Dr. George Bullard||Barry Jackson||Chief pathologist of Midsomer County.|
|Overall Episode Number Within the Series||Series Number||Order Number||Title||Broadcast Date||Screenplay or Episode Writer||Director||Notes|
|29||7||1||The Green Man||2 November 2003||Michael Russell||Sarah Hellings||This was the final episode with Daniel Casey as a series regular|
|30||7||2||Bad Tidings||4 January 2004||Peter J. Hammond||Peter Smith||John Hopkins joined the series as DS Dan Scott|
|31||7||3||The Fisher King||11 January 2004||Isabelle Grey||Richard Holthouse|
|32||7||4||Sins of Commission||18 January 2004||Elizabeth Anne Wheal||Peter Smith|
|33||7||5||The Maid in Splendour||25 January 2004||Andrew Payne||Richard Holthouse|
|34||7||6||The Straw Woman||29 February 2004||Jeff Dodds||Sarah Hellings||This was the last episode of series seven.|
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