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'''Series Two''' of ''Midsomer Murders'' Series two premiered 20 January 1999, and concluded on 19 September 1999.
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{{Infobox series|image1 = Series-2.jpg|number_of_episodes = 4|date_first_episode_aired = 20 January 1999|date_last_episode_aired = 19 September 1999}}'''Series Two''' of ''[[Midsomer Murders]]'' premiered 20 January 1999, and concluded on 19 September 1999.
   
== Cast==
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|+ style="height:30px;Font-size:20px;background-color:#a1d9ff; border:1px solid grey;padding-left:40px;"|Main Cast
===Series Regulars===
 
 
{|cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" width="800" summary="List of Episodes" border="1"|-valign="bottom"
 
!'''Name'''
 
!'''Portrayed by'''
 
!'''Occupation'''
 
!'''Notes'''
 
 
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|Detective Chief Inspector [[Tom Barnaby]]
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|style="width:15%;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Name
|[[wikipedia:John Nettles|John Nettles]]
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|style="width:15%;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Portrayed by
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|style="width:30%;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Occupation
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|style="width:40%;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Notes
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|-
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|[[Tom Barnaby]]
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|[[John Nettles]]
 
|DCI Causton CID
 
|DCI Causton CID
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|Detective Sergeant [[Gavin Troy]]
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|[[Gavin Troy]]
|[[wikipedia:Daniel Casey|Daniel Casey]]
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|[[Daniel Casey]]
 
|DS Causton CID
 
|DS Causton CID
 
|DCI Barnaby's partner
 
|DCI Barnaby's partner
 
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|Mrs. [[Joyce Barnaby]]
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|[[Joyce Barnaby]]
|[[wikipedia:Jane Wymark|Jane Wymark]]
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|[[Jane Wymark]]
 
|Wife of DCI Barnaby
 
|Wife of DCI Barnaby
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|[[Cully Barnaby]]
 
|[[Cully Barnaby]]
|[[wikipedia:Laura Howard|Laura Howard]]
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|[[Laura Howard]]
 
|Daughter of DCI Barnaby
 
|Daughter of DCI Barnaby
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|Dr. [[George Bullard]]
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|[[George Bullard]]
|[[wikipedia:Barry Jackson (actor)|Barry Jackson]]
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|[[Barry Jackson]]
 
|Chief pathologist of Midsomer County.
 
|Chief pathologist of Midsomer County.
 
|He did not appear in both Strangler's Wood and Dead Man's Eleven
 
|He did not appear in both Strangler's Wood and Dead Man's Eleven
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|[[ Dan Peterson|Dan Peterson]]
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|[[Toby Jones]]
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|Pathologist of Midsomer County
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|Substitute for Dr. Bullard
 
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== Episodes ==
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{|cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" width="800" summary="List of Episodes" border="1"
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|+'''''Midsomer Murders Series One Episode List'''''
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|- height="30"
!scope="col"|Overall Episode Number Within the Series
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| style="height:30px;width:55px;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Ep ID
!scope="col"|Series Number
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| style="width:252px;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Title
!scope="col"|Order Number
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| style="width:140px;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Director
!scope="col"|Title
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| style="width:183px;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Writer
!scope="col"|Broadcast Date
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| style="width:167px;text-align:center;background-color:#a1d9ff;"|Air Date
!scope="col"|Screenplay or Episode Writer
 
!scope="col"|Director
 
!scope="col"|Notes
 
 
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|6
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| style="height:21px;text-align:center;"|2.1
|2
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Death's Shadow]]
|1
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Jeremy Silberston]]
|Death's Shadow
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Anthony Horowitz]]
|20 January 1999
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| style="text-align:center;"|20 January 1999
|Anthony Horowitz
 
|Jeremy Silberston
 
|The first episode not based on a novel.
 
 
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|7
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| colspan="5" |A successful theatrical director, [[Simon Fletcher]], arrives in Badger's Drift, his head filled with disturbing childhood memories. Shortly after his arrival, [[Richard Bayly]], a wealthy property developer is brutally murdered. Bayly, who had recently been diagnosed as having a brain tumour, was planning to redevelop a local estate in the village, much to the anger of the residents. Barnaby and Troy are called to investigate.
|2
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|- height="21"
|2
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| style="height:21px;text-align:center;"|2.2
|Strangler's Wood
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Strangler's Wood]]
|3 February 1999
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Jeremy Silberston]]
|Anthony Horowitz
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Anthony Horowitz]]
|Jeremy Silberston
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| style="text-align:center;"|3 February 1999
|Barry Jackson did not appear in this episode
 
 
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|8
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| colspan="5" |The beautiful young Brazilian, [[Carla Constanza]] is the face of 'Carla' brand cigarettes, a popular brand of South American cigarettes in which Monarch Tobacco, a company based in [[Midsomer Worthy]], has a significant stake. When the body of a young Brazilian woman is found in Raven's Wood, strangled with a striped neck tie, Barnaby and Troy are called in to solve the crime.
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|3
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| style="height:21px;text-align:center;"|2.3
|Dead Man's Eleven
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Dead Man's Eleven]]
|12 September 1999
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Jeremy Silberston]]
|Anthony Horowitz
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Anthony Horowitz]]
|Jeremy Silberston
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| style="text-align:center;"|12 September 1999
|Barry Jackson did not appear in this episode
 
 
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|9
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| colspan="5" |The village of [[Fletcher's Cross]] is astounded when a rich businessman's wife is found bludgeoned to death by a cricket bat. Whilst the victim had no apparent enemies, her husband, [[Robert Cavendish]], was hated by all and sundry. Robert's arch enemy [[Ian Frasier]], who worked for Cavendish until a quarry explosion killed his partner, Cavendish's son [[Stephen Cavendish|Stephen]], who despised his father, [[Zelda Frasier|Zelda]], the sprightly, sly spinster who abhorred Cavendish because of his plan to fence off footpaths crossing his land. All had reasons for wishing harm on Robert, but why would anyone kill his wife? Barnaby and Troy set out to uncover the truth.
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|4
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| style="height:21px;text-align:center;"|2.4
|Blood Will Out
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Blood Will Out]]
|19 September 1999
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Moira Armstrong]]
|Douglas Watkinson
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| style="text-align:center;"|[[Douglas Watkinson]]
|Moira Armstrong
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| style="text-align:center;"|19 September 1999
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| colspan="5" style="height:119px;width:797px;"|Barnaby and Troy are called in to help keep the peace in the village of [[Martyr Warren]] when, to the extreme anger of Falklands War veteran Major [[Hector Bridges]], two rival clans of travellers arrive. The caravans keep coming and then on the afternoon of a pony chariot race, organised by the travellers, Major Hector is shot dead. Barnaby is convinced that there must be a link between a certain traveller's arrival and Hector's murder and begins to investigate Hector's past.
 
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Latest revision as of 03:56, September 18, 2018

Series Two of Midsomer Murders premiered 20 January 1999, and concluded on 19 September 1999.

Main Cast
Name Portrayed by Occupation Notes
Tom Barnaby John Nettles DCI Causton CID
Gavin Troy Daniel Casey DS Causton CID DCI Barnaby's partner
Joyce Barnaby Jane Wymark Wife of DCI Barnaby
Cully Barnaby Laura Howard Daughter of DCI Barnaby
George Bullard Barry Jackson Chief pathologist of Midsomer County. He did not appear in both Strangler's Wood and Dead Man's Eleven
Dan Peterson Toby Jones Pathologist of Midsomer County Substitute for Dr. Bullard
Episodes
Ep ID Title Director Writer Air Date
2.1 Death's Shadow Jeremy Silberston Anthony Horowitz 20 January 1999
A successful theatrical director, Simon Fletcher, arrives in Badger's Drift, his head filled with disturbing childhood memories. Shortly after his arrival, Richard Bayly, a wealthy property developer is brutally murdered. Bayly, who had recently been diagnosed as having a brain tumour, was planning to redevelop a local estate in the village, much to the anger of the residents. Barnaby and Troy are called to investigate.
2.2 Strangler's Wood Jeremy Silberston Anthony Horowitz 3 February 1999
The beautiful young Brazilian, Carla Constanza is the face of 'Carla' brand cigarettes, a popular brand of South American cigarettes in which Monarch Tobacco, a company based in Midsomer Worthy, has a significant stake. When the body of a young Brazilian woman is found in Raven's Wood, strangled with a striped neck tie, Barnaby and Troy are called in to solve the crime.
2.3 Dead Man's Eleven Jeremy Silberston Anthony Horowitz 12 September 1999
The village of Fletcher's Cross is astounded when a rich businessman's wife is found bludgeoned to death by a cricket bat. Whilst the victim had no apparent enemies, her husband, Robert Cavendish, was hated by all and sundry. Robert's arch enemy Ian Frasier, who worked for Cavendish until a quarry explosion killed his partner, Cavendish's son Stephen, who despised his father, Zelda, the sprightly, sly spinster who abhorred Cavendish because of his plan to fence off footpaths crossing his land. All had reasons for wishing harm on Robert, but why would anyone kill his wife? Barnaby and Troy set out to uncover the truth.
2.4 Blood Will Out Moira Armstrong Douglas Watkinson 19 September 1999
Barnaby and Troy are called in to help keep the peace in the village of Martyr Warren when, to the extreme anger of Falklands War veteran Major Hector Bridges, two rival clans of travellers arrive. The caravans keep coming and then on the afternoon of a pony chariot race, organised by the travellers, Major Hector is shot dead. Barnaby is convinced that there must be a link between a certain traveller's arrival and Hector's murder and begins to investigate Hector's past.
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