Midsomer Murders: Set 20 Blu-ray
When world-famous pianist Sir Michael Fielding offers an audition-only master class in Midsomer, the competition is fierce. Introverted, anxious piano prodigy Zoe Stock wins a place in the class, but soon afterward witnesses a drowning that reminds Barnaby of a 20-year-old case. The detectives race to investigate a scandal from the past in order to prevent another death in the present.
The Noble Art
When Midsomer Morchard resident John Kinsella wins an international boxing title, it seems that everyone in town is delighted with his success, especially wealthy landowner Gerald Farquaharson. However, the celebrations sour during a reenactment of a Victorian prizefight, which reveals a story of greed, resentments, and complex entanglements that threaten to turn deadly.
Not in my Back Yard
Maureen Stubbs of the Midsomer Conservation Society is aghast at a wealthy builder's plans for a modern development in bucolic Pelfe Chase. After Stubbs is brutally murdered with a broken bottle, the detectives' investigation reveals that she may have been responsible for a string of burglaries and vandalism targeting supporters of the development. When the project's lead architect is found dead, Barnaby and Jones focus their suspicions on the conservation society-with surprising results.
Fit for Murder
A relaxing weekend at the spa turns into yet another murder investigation when Joyce finds a body in the spa's flotation chamber. The detectives discover several possible motives, including a feud between the spa's owners and their neighbors and a mysterious manuscript. After solving the crime, Barnaby decides it's time to pass the torch to his cousin, DCI John Barnaby.
- "Barnaby Through the Years" photo gallery
- "Saying Goodbye to Barnaby" essay
Run Time: 360 minutes, plus bonus programming
Number of Discs: 2
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 1080i/16:9
I have every other Midsomer Murders DVD so it was natrual to also purchase this one. OH NO! Tom Barnaby has retired! WE'll see what happenms from here on out.
We love DET CI Barnaby
We have avidly followed , and acquired, the Midsomer Murders dramas from their beginning and have enjoyed them over and over. Set 20 was a bit different in tone and presentation, but still totally engrossing. I am not certain the series will survive the change in main characters but time will tell.
I have always liked the series and I hate to see John Nettles leave.
I definitely don't like the new guy. story lines are good .But he needs to go
We have all 20 sets of Midsomer Murders and they are all wonderful. I would recommend them to anyone who enjoys a really good murder mystery. The settings are beautiful and the cast is first rate.