Midsomer Murders (1997– )
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Murder of Innocence 

When a barrister is killed in Midsomer, suspicion falls on convicted murderer Grady Felton. But Grady has a solid alibi. Barnaby suspects he is working with an accomplice - until Grady himself is targeted in an arson attack.

Director:

Renny Rye

Writers:

Elizabeth-Anne Wheal (screenplay), Caroline Graham (based on characters by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby
Jason Hughes ... DS Ben Jones
Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Tamzin Malleson ... Kate Wilding
Sam Callis Sam Callis ... Will Gideon
Lisa Dillon ... Deirdre Denning
Sharon Duce Sharon Duce ... Mandy Gideon
Rupert Hill ... Kyle Gideon
Georgia Mackenzie ... Susie Bellingham
Jamie Michie ... Gareth Dunbar
Ian Redford ... Ted Denning
Jack Pierce ... Grady Felton
Dylan Brown ... Fred Burns
Julie Teal Julie Teal ... Prosecuting Counsel
Kate Bowes Renna Kate Bowes Renna ... Defence Counsel
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Storyline

In 1994 teenager Grady Felton was jailed for killing land-owner Ted Denning's son Daniel, who caught him poaching. Ever declaring his innocence Grady is now back in Binwell, swearing vengeance on everybody who had a part in sending him down. However he has alibis for the deaths of the prosecuting and defending barristers in his case and is himself hospitalised after Denning's daughter Deirdre and reckless employee Kyle Gideon torch his house. After another murder Barnaby suspects that Grady has an accomplice, and then pathologist Kate Wilding makes a bizarre discovery, enabling him to solve the murder of innocence. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Christopher Mellows plays Giles Harrison in this episode. He previously played the role of Mr Stevens in episode 8.2, Midsomer Murders: Dead in the Water (2004). See more »

Quotes

[many years ago Grady Felton murdered a boy; having now been released from prison he has returned to the village to arrange to sell his house where the murder took place]
Grady Felton: I had an estate agent round yesterday. And he agreed to take the sale on. Phone call this morning, and he'd changed his mind. I go into Causton, slog round all the rest of them, and nobody will touch it.
DCI John Barnaby: That's not a police matter.
Grady Felton: [snarls] I want that money! Now they have got no right to take it from me.
DCI John Barnaby: [sarcastically] You ...
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Midsomer Murders
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Written by Jim Parker
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excellent episode
7 September 2016 | by blanche-2See all my reviews

I found this a particularly good episode, with lots of surprises along the way.

A teen named Grady Felton went to prison for killing Daniel Denning in 1994. Felton was from the wrong side of the tracks; the Dennings were landowners. Daniel apparently caught Grady poaching and Grady killed him.

Well, Grady is out of prison now and back in Binwell -- with a hit list, which includes Jones as well as the barristers who prosecuted him. And the people on the list start dying.

Then the pathologist discovers something interesting, and finally, Barnaby is able to solve the murders.

The script attempted, I think successfully, to humanize the new Barnaby more, as he prepares for a fitness test. Jones has a girlfriend who's a fireperson.

A lot was packed into this episode but it was a good story. I haven't watched Midsomer Murders in a while, but I'm back to it now. I'm looking forward to more like this.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

21 March 2012 (UK) See more »

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