Murder in Midsomer

There is one county in England which is notorious for its high murder count and the weirdness of its locals – they get up to all sorts there, including ritual murder, incest, and every kind of skullduggery imaginable.

The county is  called Midsomer – and it’s the (fictional, honestly) setting for the ITV series Midsomer Murders, which has been running for yoinks.  And this Wednesday’s episode (26th October, 8pm) is cowritten by my wife Sally Griffiths, together with her writing partner Rachel Cuperman.

I’ve read the script (numerous times!) and it’s fab.  If you’re based in the UK, do try and tune in. If you live elsewhere in the world – catch a plane to Blighty for heaven’s sake!

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