Series Three of Midsomer Murders premiered 31 December 1999, and concluded on 5 February 2000.

Main Cast
Name Portrayed by Occupation Notes
Tom Barnaby John Nettles DCI Causton CID
Gavin Troy Daniel Casey DS Causton CID
Joyce Barnaby Jane Wymark Wife of DCI Barnaby
Cully Barnaby Laura Howard Daughter of DCI Barnaby Beyond the Grave was the last episode in which Cully appeared until her return in the beginning of Series Six.
Dr. George Bullard Barry Jackson Chief pathologist of Midsomer County. Dr. Bullard did not appear in Death of a Stranger, Blue Herrings and Judgement Day
Dan Peterson Toby Jones Pathologist of Midsomer County Substitute for Dr. Bullard
Did not appear in Blue Herrings and Beyond the Grave
Episodes
Ep Nr Ep ID Title Director Writer Air Date
10 3.1 Death of a Stranger Moira Armstrong Douglas Watkinson 31 December 1999
A tramp is murdered in the woods near the village of Marshwood and Superintendent Ronald Pringle makes a quick arrest and retires in a blaze of glory. Barnaby suspects an innocent man has been arrested and his instincts are reinforced when the murder triggers an apparent suicide at the scene of the crime.
11 3.2 Blue Herrings Peter Smith Hugh Whitemore 22 January 2000
Barnaby's favourite aunt, Alice Bly, enters a nursing home where residents believe the doctor assigned to the home is working with the home's manager to get them to change their wills. When two more deaths occur at the home, Barnaby and Troy investigate.
12 3.3 Judgement Day Jeremy Silberston Anthony Horowitz 29 January 2000
A local thief and womanizer is brutally killed with a pitchfork, and the residents of Midsomer Mallow fear the hug has blighted their chances to win the Perfect Village competition. As the judges, who include Barnaby's wife Joyce, arrive in Midsomer Mallow, high hopes for a blue ribbon are dashed when two of the judges are also killed.
13 3.4 Beyond the Grave Peter Cregeen Douglas Livingstone 5 February 2000
The slashing of a 17th century painting in Aspern Tallow museum appears to herald the start of a series of ghostly goings-on. Is someone attempting to communicate beyond the grave or is something more sinister afoot?
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