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aired from: Jan 1987 to: Nov 2000 33 eps ITV 120 min stereo closed captioned

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    1st Series 1987

  1. "The Dead of Jericho"
    gs: Gemma Jones [ Anne Staveley ], Patrick Troughton [ George Jackson ], James Laurenson [ Tony Richards ], Norman Jones [ Ch Insp Bell ], Spencer Leigh [ Ned Murdoch ], Annie Lambert [ Adele Richards ], Richard Durden [ Alan Richards ], Charlotte Mitchell [ Mrs Staveley ], Philip Voss [ Coroner ], Wayne Morris [ PC Dixon ], Sally Cooper [ Receptionist ], Richard Cubison [ Pharmacist ], Souad Faress [ Hospital doctor ], Christopher Guinee [ Grimes ], Charles Hodgson [ Jack Hornsby ], Rupert Holliday Evans [ David ], David Michaels [ Pete ], Gary Powell [ Constable ], Irene Sutcliffe [ Mrs Hornsby ], Gary Webster [ Colin ], Paul Dixey [ Tutor ], Charlotte Stone [ Charlotte ], Colin Dexter [ Man passing Morse when visiting Ned Murdock (uncredited) ]

    rc: Max

    A friend of Morse's, Anne Staveley, is found hanging in her home in the Jericho quarter of the town. The evidence points to suicide, but Morse has his own reasons for believing it to be murder.

    b: 6 Jan 87 w: Anthony Minghella s: Colin Dexter d: Alastair Reid
  2. "The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn"
    gs: Michael Gough [ Philip Ogleby ], Clive Swift [ Dr Tom Bartlett ], Frederick Treves [ Dean of Lonsdale College ], Barbara Flynn [ Monica Height ], Roger Lloyd Pack [ Donald Martin ], Anthony Smee [ Christopher Algernon Roope ], Julie Neubert [ Mrs Martin ], Phil Nice [ Nicholas Quinn ], Elspet Gray [ Mrs Bartlett ], Arthur Cox [ Noakes ], Philip Voss [ Coroner ], Gabrielle Blunt [ Mrs Evans ], Angela Barlow [ Nurse ], Denyse Alexander [ Cinema manageress ], Stefan Schwartz [ Richard Bartlett ], Saul Reichlin [ Sheik of Al-Jamara ], Diana Blackburn [ Lip-reading teacher ], Malcolm Mudie [ Mr Parker ], Hugh Evans [ Landlord ], Kate O'Connell [ Barmaid ], Colin Dexter [ Man drinking in the Syndicate in opening credits (uncredited) ]

    rc: Max

    Someone is selling the secrets of Oxford University's examination-setting syndicate. Nicholas Quinn, a hard-of-hearing new member of the exam board is then found dead at his home, poisoned by cyanide, after he finds out something he shouldn't know when he overhears a conversation. During the investigation, Morse is repeatedly drawn to Monica Height, a woman who he fears may be mixed up in it all.

    b: 13 Jan 87 w: Julian Mitchell s: Colin Dexter d: Brian Parker
  3. "Service of All the Dead"
    gs: Angela Morant [ Ruth Rawlinson ], Maurice O'Connell [ Harry Josephs ], Judy Campbell [ Mrs Rawlinson ], Michael Hordern [ Dr Starkie ], John Normington [ Lionel ], Norman Jones [ Ch Supt Bell ], James Griffiths [ Paul Morris ], Chrissy Iddon [ Brenda Josephs ], Karl Francis [ Taffy ], Michael Goldie [ Jimmy ], Michael Fenner [ Det Con Mitchell ], Bev Willis [ Denman ], Bill Moody [ Police sergeant ], Saul Jephcott [ Waterman ], Stuart Saunders [ Church warden ], James Greene [ Defence counsel ], Robert Gary [ Prosecuting counsel ], Ric Morgan [ Landlord ], Paul Ridley [ Husband ], Maureen Bennett [ Wife ], Andrew Read [ Peter Morris ], Norma Shebbeare [ Hotel proprietor ], Christopher Gray [ Policeman ], Joanna Wake [ Nurse ], Gina McKee [ Girl in betting shop ], Malcolm Kaye [ Gambler ], Salome Bulle [ Choirboy ], Colin Dexter [ Man standing with woman with bike when Morse goes to see Bishop (uncredited) ]

    rc: Max

    Harry Josephs, the church warden of a small parish church is murdered there during a service, and Morse is called in. He discovers that a tramp who was thought to be the vicar's brother was seen in the vicinity, and has now disappeared. When Morse & Lewis come to the church to question the vicar, he throws himself off the tower. Then the bodies start piling up, and the chase is on, but Lewis discovers that Morse doesn't have a head for heights.

    b: 20 Jan 87 w: Julian Mitchell s: Colin Dexter d: Peter Hammond

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    2nd Series 1988

  4. "The Wolvercote Tongue"
    gs: Simon Callow [ Theodore Kemp ], Kenneth Cranham [ Cedric Downes ], Roberta Taylor [ Sheila Williams ], Robert Arden [ Eddie Poindexter ], Christine Norden [ Laura Poindexter ], Bill Reimbold [ Howard Brown ], Helena Stevens [ Shirley Brown ], John Bloomfield [ Phil Aldrich ], Mildred Shay [ Janet Roscoe ], Jane Bertish [ Marion Kemp ], Christine Kavanagh [ Lucy Downes ], Cherith Mellor [ Fiona Hall ], Nicholas Bell [ Dr Swain ], Tim Faulkner [ Hotel manager ], Iain Ormsby-Knox [ Duty sergeant ], Maureen Morris [ Nurse ], Sara Coward [ Lynn (hotel receptionist) ], Ron Copsey [ Waiter ], Teddy Thompson [ Waitress ], Colin Dexter [ Man behind Morse in The Chapters Bar of Randolph Hotel (uncredited) ]

    rc: Max

    When a wealthy American tourist is found dead in her hotel, apparently from a heart attack, Morse suspects that it was not that simple. She was due to return a valuable archaeological piece to an Oxford museum, and it is missing. The most obvious suspect suddenly disappears, and then one of the tourist party's lecturers turns up in the River Cherwell.

    b: 25 Dec 87 w: Julian Mitchell s: Colin Dexter d: Alastair Reid
  5. "Last Seen Wearing"
    gs: Peter McEnery [ Donald Phillipson ], Fiona Mollison [ Sheila Phillipson ], Suzanne Bertish [ Cheryl Baines ], Glyn Houston [ George Craven ], Frances Tomelty [ Grace Craven ], Elizabeth Hurley [ Julia Rawsley ], Philip Bretherton [ David Acum ], Nicholas Pritchard [ John Maguire ], Melissa Simmonds [ Valerie Craven ], Michèle Winstanley [ Fiona ], Julia Sawalha [ Rachel ], Auriol Goldingham [ Lesley ], Venetia Barrett [ Mrs Webb ], Geoffrey Church [ PC Franks ], Maggie Holland [ Martha ], Elizabeth Kettle [ Policewoman ], Roger Booth [ Bartender ], David Trevena [ Porter ], Susanna Nicholas [ Receptionist ], Amanda Dickinson [ Check-out girl ], Charles Gilmore [ Charlie ], Clare Bennett [ Becky Phillipson ], George Gilmore [ George Phillipson ], Colin Dexter [ Man walking across quad when Morse visits Sheila Phillipson in library (uncredited) ]

    rc: Max

    Valerie Craven, a 16-year-old schoolgirl from a wealthy family has been missing for six months, and was last seen leaving her private school, the Homewood School for Girls. Morse is convinced she has been murdered, but Lewis is less pessimistic. Their investigations reveal that there's more going on at her school than meets the eye. But before Morse can unravel the mystery, the deputy headteacher, Cheryl Baines, is found dead at her home in suspicious circumstances.

    b: 8 Mar 88 w: Thomas Ellice s: Colin Dexter d: Edward Bennett
  6. "The Settling of the Sun"
    gs: Anna Calder-Marshall [ Jane Robson ], Robert Stephens [ Sir Wilfred Mulryne ], Avis Bunnage [ Mrs Warbut ], Derek Fowlds [ Kurt Friedman / Michael Robson ], Robert Lang [ Ch Supt Dewar ], Amanda Burton [ Mirella Lunghi ], Philip Middlemiss [ Graham Daniel ], Eiji Kusuhara [ Yukio Li ], Tim Barker [ Ralph Thomas ], Llewellyn Rees [ Rev Robson ], Blue MacAskill [ Alex Robson ], Ellis Van Maarseveen [ Heidi Vettinger ], Ian McCurrach [ Swedish student ], Jack Ellis [ Sergeant ], Kenneth Hadley [ Peters ], Gordon Kennedy [ Dewar's detective ], Michael Goldie [ Tramp ], Elizabeth Kettle [ Policewoman ], Basienka Blake [ Gardener ], Colin Dexter [ Doctor sitting on next bed to Jane in last scene (uncredited) ]

    rc: Max

    The tranquil cloisters of Lonsdale College, Oxford are shattered when a Japanese student on a summer course is discovered brutally murdered in what appears to be a ritual killing. Morse realises that he has unwittingly provided all his murder suspects with a watertight alibi, as they were all at a dinner he was attending, and he suspects he has been set up. Investigations reveal that more than one of the college staff have reasons to be anti-Japanese, and that the drugs squad had been watching the man.

    b: 15 Mar 88 w: Charles Wood s: Colin Dexter d: Peter Hammond
  7. "Last Bus to Woodstock"
    gs: Anthony Bate [ Bernard Crowther ], Terrence Hardiman [ Clive Palmer ], Fabia Drake [ Mrs Jarman ], Jill Baker [ Jennifer Coleby ], Holly Aird [ Angie Hartman ], Paul Geoffrey [ Peter Newlove ], Ingrid Lacey [ Mary Widdowson ], Shirley Dixon [ Margaret Crowther ], Ian Sears [ John Sanders ], Perry Fenwick [ Jimmy ], Shirley Stelfox [ Mrs Kane ], Jenny Jay [ Sylvia Kane ], Diana Payan [ Vikki Phillips ], Anne Havard [ Sally ], Vass Anderson [ Mr Bentley ], Jo Unwin [ Receptionist ], Ian Bleasdale [ Time & motion expert ], Steph Bramwell [ Senior sister ], Amanda Wenban [ Typist ], P J Davidson [ Gamekeeper ], Dave Roberts [ Police officer ], Steven Law [ Shop assistant ], Paul Lawrence Davis [ Doctor ], Colin Dexter [ Man behind Morse in Crowther's lecture (uncredited) ]

    rc: Max

    When Morse investigates the death of a young secretary, whose body is found in a pub car park, he suspects it was murder and uncovers a complex web of relationships, passion and corruption. The lies and unhappiness of the people Morse questions confirm his belief that the bachelor life is not so bad.

    b: 22 Mar 88 w: Michael Wilcox s: Colin Dexter d: Peter Duffell

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    3rd Series 1989

  8. "Ghost in the Machine"
    gs: Patricia Hodge [ Lady Prudence Hanbury ], Clifford Rose [ Dr Charles Hudson ], Bernard Lloyd [ Prof Edward Ullman ], Michael Godley [ Sir Julius Hanbury ], Michael Thomas [ John McKendrick ], Patsy Byrne [ Mrs Maltby ], Irina Brook [ Michelle Réage ], Lill Roughley [ Betty Parker ], Robert Oates [ Ted Parker ], John Elmes [ Roger Meadows ], Rainbow Dench [ Georgina Hanbury ], John Cater [ The Dean ], Michael Bertenshaw [ Detective ], Jonathan Donne [ Constable ], Alan Barker [ Plain clothes officer ], Eunice Roberts [ Policewoman ], Trevor Martin [ Porter ], Seeta Indrani [ Laboratory assistant ], Claire Skinner [ Girl pupil ], Colin Dexter [ Man drinking pint in pub (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Grayling Russell

    Morse and Lewis are sent to investigate the apparent burglary of some erotic paintings belonging to a local baronet, Sir Julius Hanbury, who also seems to have disappeared during the election of the new Master of Courtney College, for which he is a candidate. When Morse discovers his body, it at first looks like murder, but then the new pathologist, Dr Russell, suggests it may have been suicide. Then there is a real murder, but what is the connection with the first death?

    b: 4 Jan 89 w: Julian Mitchell s: Colin Dexter d: Herbert Wise
  9. "The Last Enemy"
    gs: Barry Foster [ Sir Alexander Reece ], Michael Aldridge [ Arthur Drysdale ], Tenniel Evans [ Dr David Kerridge ], Beatie Edney [ Deborah Burns ], Sian Thomas [ Carol Sharp ], Lana Morris [ Miss Tree ], Bert Parnaby [ Ben ], Jill Johnson [ Mrs Burns ], Kevin McMonagle [ Geoff ], Mark Tandy [ Collins ], Albert Welling [ Chris Stonely ], Pauline Muntre [ Dentist ], Michael Percival [ Landlord ], Philip Bloomfield [ Sam ], Gertan Klauber [ German man ], Jakie Buchanan [ German woman ], Susannah Hitching [ Girl on boat ], Nikki Brooks [ Young girl ], Nathan Lewis [ Young man ], Laura Sadler [ Sabena ], Colin Dexter [ Man on canal bank in opening scene (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Grayling Russell

    A body is found in the canal and the only clue to its identity points to a connection with one of the university's colleges. It happens that intense rivalry for one of the most prestigious posts in the university has led to murder. But which one of the highly respected contenders is the calculating killer?

    b: 11 Jan 89 w: Peter Buckman s: Colin Dexter d: James Scott
  10. "Deceived by Flight"
    gs: Norman Rodway [ Roland Marshall ], Sharon Maughan [ Kate Donn ], Daniel Massey [ Anthony Donn ], Jane Booker [ Philippa Foster ], Nicky Henson [ Vince Cranston ], Bryan Pringle [ Barker ], Nat Parker [ Jamie Jasper ], Geoffrey Beevers [ Peter Foster ], Stephen Moore [ Radio producer ], Peter Amory [ Det Const Hilaire ], Andrew Paul [ Suspect interviewee ], Martin Chamberlain [ Captain ], Adam Tomlinson [ Batsman ], Kit Jackson [ Player ], Charles Collingwood [ Cassidy (fast bowler) ], Ann Bryson [ Radio producer's PA ], David Shaw-Parker [ Forensic sergeant ], Elin Jenkins [ WPC ], John Patrick [ Patrol officer ], Brian Johnston [ Radio cricket commentator (Himself) ], Colin Dexter [ Man walking behind Lewis & Roland in college (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Grayling Russell

    Morse discovers that cricket is the last thing on the mind of the Clarets XI old boys' team when their annual match is brought to an abrupt halt by the untimely death of one of their players.

    b: 18 Jan 89 w: Anthony Minghella s: Colin Dexter d: Anthony Simmons
  11. "The Secret of Bay 5B"
    gs: Mel Martin [ Rosemary Henderson ], Marion Bailey [ Fran Pierce ], Andrew Wilde [ Edward Manley ], Philip McGough [ Brian Pierce ], George Irving [ George Henderson ], Susan Kyd [ Camilla ], Kate Lansbury [ Mrs Cameron ], Cathryn Bradshaw [ Janice ], Tom Radcliffe [ Ray Miles ], Pamela Miles [ Amy Morris ], Brian Poyser [ Insp Dewar ], Ivor Roberts [ Mr Waugh ], Michael Haughey [ Undertaker ], Robert Gladwell [ Bandleader ], Cheryl Moskowitz [ Nurse ], John Dixon [ Constable #1 ], John Bleasdale [ Constable #2 ], Richard Hawley [ Orderly ], Catherine Livesey [ Aerobics teacher ], Michael Mellor [ Decorator ], Fraser Dowie [ Mick ], Colin Dexter [ unknown cameo (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Grayling Russell

    When playboy architect Michael Gifford is found strangled in his car in Bay 5B of the Westgate multi-storey car park, the only clues are his diary and the car park ticket. The list of suspects grows and grows as Morse & Lewis uncover a love triangle involving the dead man, who had had a number of lovers, but became very possessive and threatening when they tried to break off their relationships. Meanwhile, Morse considers asking Dr Russell out for a romantic evening.

    b: 25 Jan 89 w: Alma Cullen s: Colin Dexter d: Jim Goddard

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    4th Series 1990

  12. "The Infernal Serpent"
    gs: Michael Attwell [ Parsons ], Ian Brimble [ Phil Hopkirk ], Cheryl Campbell [ Sylvie Maxton ], George Costigan [ Ron Garrett ], John Joyce [ Mr Gray ], Barbara Leigh-Hunt [ Blanche Copley-Barnes ], David Neal [ Dr Julian Dear ], Geoffrey Palmer [ Matthew Copley-Barnes ], Pearce Quigley [ Mick McGovern ], Irene Richard [ Imogen Garrett ], Tom Wilkinson [ Jake Normington ], Denys Hawthorne [ Ch Supt Rennie ], Sydnee Blake [ Mrs McGovern ], Phillipa Howell [ Ward sister ], Michelle Wesson [ Mandy Hopkirk ], Catherine Terris [ Hopkirk's housekeeper ], Colin Dexter [ Man in chapel at funeral (uncredited) ]

    Morse investigates the tangled web of evidence surrounding the mysterious death of an eminent environmentalist, killed just minutes before he was to give a controversial lecture at Oxford's Beaufort College. He finds skeletons can be hidden in even the most respectable of academic families, as well as conflicts of interest between academic sponsors and the work of the college.

    b: 3 Jan 90 w: Alma Cullen d: John Madden
  13. "The Sins of the Fathers"
    gs: John Bird [ George Linacre ], Isabel Dean [ Isobel Radford ], Lisa Harrow [ Thelma Radford ], Lionel Jeffries [ Charles Radford ], Andy Bradford [ Trevor Radford ], Kim Thomson [ Helen Radford ], Trevor Martin [ Alan Sowden ], Paul Mooney [ Pathologist ], Simon Slater [ Norman Weeks ], Kamilla Blanche [ Gail ], Jean Ainslie [ Cleaning woman ], Noel Johnson [ Butler ], Paul Shelley [ Stephen Radford ], Alex Jennings [ Victor Preece ], Betty Marsden [ Cynthia Preece ], John Golightly [ Alfred Nelson ], Bernard Brown [ Wheatley ], San Lee [ Maid ], Maggie Wilkinson [ Shirley ], Elizabeth Kettle [ WPC ], Andrew Ray [ unknown ], Colin Dexter [ unknown cameo (uncredited) ]

    Called in to investigate the murder of Trevor Radford, the managing director, at the family-run Radford Brewery, Morse becomes immersed in the complex internal politics of the Radford family and the mystery surrounding a hostile take-over bid for the brewery by a conglomerate, Farmers of Banbury, run by Morse's old friend George Linacre.

    b: 10 Jan 90 w: Jeremy Burnham s: Colin Dexter d: Peter Hammond
  14. "Driven to Distraction"
    gs: Julia Lane [ Jackie Thorn ], Tariq Yunus [ George ], Tessa Wojtczak [ Angie Howe ], Patrick Malahide [ Jeremy Boynton ], David Ryall [ Derek Whittaker ], Richard Huw [ Det Const Dearden ], Christopher Fulford [ Tim Ablett ], Carolyn Choa [ Philippa Lau ], Ken Nazarin [ Whyting Lau ], Mary Jo Randle [ Det Sgt Maitland ], Cheryl Miker [ Paula Steadman ], Malcolm Raeburn [ Martin Cass ], Jake Wood [ Jimmy ], Kate Doherty [ Driving instructor ], Lynne Morgan [ Sandra ], Steve Shill [ Deaf salesman ], Richard Vanstone [ Gerry Firth ], James Duggan [ Prison warden ], Colin Dexter [ Man in launderette with Tim Ablett & Angie Howe (uncredited) ]

    The apparently motiveless murder of two young women points to a psychotic killer. Morse's speculations on what they might have in common leads him to a local garage owner, Jeremy Boynton, who knew them both, and who arouses his suspicions and dislike. Convinced that Boynton holds the key to the crime, Morse begins to hound him, despite having no firm evidence. Morse is also faced with the possible loss of his beloved red Mk II Jaguar.

    b: 17 Jan 90 w: Anthony Minghella s: Colin Dexter d: Sandy Johnson

    NOTE: The music playing when Morse is alone in the car is J S Bach's Cello Suite No 3 pt 6; the music playing when Morse is with the female sergeant in the car is J S Bach's Cello Suite No 1 pt 1; and the piece Morse plays when they are in the office is Mozart's Horn Concerto.
  15. "Masonic Mysteries"
    gs: Madelaine Newton [ Beryl Newsome ], Ian McDiarmid [ Hugo De Vries ], Celestine Randall [ Sandra Machin ], Roland Oliver [ Conductor ], Richard Kane [ Ch Insp Bottomley ], John Arthur [ Hall porter ], Steven Elliott [ Officious constable ], Richard Huw [ Det Const Deardon ], Iain Cuthbertson [ Desmond McNutt ], Mark Strong [ PC Mike Butterworth ], Diane Fletcher [ Marion Brooke ], Ken Drury [ Norman ], James Smith [ R G Prettyman ], Jenny Howe [ Angry neighbour ], Piers Ibbotson [ Ambulance man ], Yvonne Gidden [ Yvonne (Marion's maid) ], Michael Mears [ Wine merchant ], Tip Tipping [ PC Dene ], Colin Dexter [ Man in choir next to Morse, and at police questioning (uncredited) ]

    Morse finds himself at the top of the suspect list when his lady friend, Beryl Newsome, is stabbed at a dress rehearsal for the local amateur dramatic society's production of The Magic Flute. Then Lewis starts uncovering more incriminating evidence, and Morse becomes the target of direct attacks. Who is it that wants to get at Morse so badly?

    b: 24 Jan 90 w: Julian Mitchell d: Danny Boyle

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    5th Series 1991

  16. "Second Time Around"
    gs: Jenny Laird [ Mrs Keelan ], Oliver Ford Davies [ Frederick Redpath ], Kenneth Colley [ Ch Insp Patrick Dawson ], Maurice Bush [ Charlie Hillian ], Ann Bell [ Catherine Dawson ], Pat Heywood [ Mrs Mitchell ], Christopher Eccleston [ Terrence Mitchell ], Adie Allen [ Barbara Redpath ], Sam Kelly [ Walter Majors ], Robert Goodale [ Reardon ], Helena McCarthy [ Rose Lapsley ], Neale McGrath [ Cowan ], Peter Gordon [ Parks ], Russell Kilmister [ John Mitchell ], Peter Waddington [ Pathologist ], Shahnaz Pakravan [ Doctor ], Mark Draper [ Angry policeman ], Liz Kettle [ WPC ], David Bauckham [ Desk sergeant ], Claude Le Saché [ French man ], Pamela Stirling [ French woman ], Graeme du Fresne [ Photographer ], Matthew Green [ DoE official ], Simon Coady [ Street preacher ], Colin Dexter [ Man at Trout Inn when Morse meets Barbara Redpath (uncredited) ]

    The mysterious death of a former deputy police commissioner brings Morse into reluctant contact with an old rival, Ch Insp Dawson. Morse and Lewis, in uneasy tandem with Dawson, spot a link with the unsolved murder of a young girl 18 years earlier. To find the latest killer they have to unravel the first case again.

    b: 20 Feb 91 w: Daniel Boyle s: Colin Dexter d: Adrian Shergold
  17. "Fat Chance"
    gs: Maurice Denham [ Lance Mandeville ], David Gant [ Geoffrey Boyd ], Julian Gartside [ Desmond Kelly ], Caroline Ryder [ Dinah Newberry ], Zoë Wanamaker [ Emma Pickford ], Maggie O'Neill [ Hilary Dobson ], Sarah Carpenter [ Victoria Hazlett ], Una Brandon-Jones [ Nadine Stacy ], Arbel Jones [ Jane Barnes ], Nicholas Selby [ Dr Corder ], Eileen Dunwoodie [ Mrs Gardam ], Kenneth Haigh [ Freddy Galt ], Tilly Vosburgh [ Irene Saunders ], Alan Starkey [ Rowlands ], Ben Onwukwe [ Doctor ], William Roberts [ Hank Briardale ], Dorothea Alexander [ Mrs Hulme ], Josephine Welcome [ Judy ], Maureen Bennett [ Val Lewis ], Peggy Mount [ Nun ], Badi Uzzaman [ Chip van owner ], Colin Dexter [ Man in college grounds when Hilary Dobson goes in for interview (uncredited) ]

    Morse finds himself attracted to a female cleric when he is called upon to investigate the suspicious death of Victoria Hazlett, a woman deacon, while sitting an examination at Oxford. St Saviour's College is about to appoint Oxford's first ever female chaplain, and emotions are running high among the more conservative clerics, but Morse & Lewis find it hard to believe such feelings could lead to murder.

    b: 27 Feb 91 w: Alma Cullen d: Roy Battersby
  18. "Who Killed Harry Field?"
    gs: Trevor Byfield [ Harry Field, Jr ], John Castle [ Tony Doyle ], Geraldine James [ Helen Field ], Nicola Cowper [ Jane Marriott ], Steven Payne [ Sgt Taylor ], Andy Mulligan [ Gordon Collins ], Helena Lymbery [ Barmaid ], Sean Cranitch [ Patrolman ], David Belcher [ Landlord ], Maureen Bennett [ Val Lewis ], Philip Locke [ Freddie Mortimer ], Veronica Lang [ Julia ], Ronald Pickup [ Ian Matthews ], Freddie Jones [ Harry Field, Sr ], Vania Vilers [ Paul Eirl ], Jeremy Clyde [ Roger McMill ], Dicken Ashworth [ George Drummond ], Anna Patrick [ Eirl's secretary ], Stephen Grothgar [ Carl ], Brian Lipson [ McCabe ], Colin Dexter [ Man in group when Ian Matthews presents Morse with postcard (uncredited) ]

    An artist, fun-loving drinker and raconteur, Harry Field seems like a man after Morse's own heart. But when Morse and Lewis investigate his mysterious death, they discover that he was not such a lovable character. He had few original ideas, and was a copious imitator of the style of other artists, but all his paintings seem to be of the same woman, and it is not his wife. He did a good trade in made-up family coats-of-arms with joke latin mottos, but was he involved in more serious fakery?

    b: 13 Mar 91 w: Geoffrey Case d: Colin Gregg
  19. "Greeks Bearing Gifts"
    gs: James Hazeldine [ Digby Tuckerman ], Mike Kremastoules [ Nicos Capparis ], Andreas Markos [ Mr Papas ], Eileen Way [ Mrs Papas ], Jan Harvey [ Friday Rees ], Maureen Bennett [ Val Lewis ], Andrew Kazamia [ Dino Papas ], James Faulkner [ Basilios Vasilakis ], Eve Adam [ Jocasta Georgiadis ], Martin Jarvis [ Randall Rees ], Richard Pearson [ Jerome Hogg ], Elvira Poulianou [ Maria Capparis ], Carole Ashby [ Laura ], Lucy Maycock [ Daisy ], Rosalind March [ Susie Tuckerman ], Sarah Bullen [ Mrs Vasilakis ], Jonny Lee Miller [ Student ], Ian Sharp [ First angler ], Emma Cunningham [ Student union official ], Rebecca Lamb [ Mother's help ], Edda Sharpe [ Young wife on TV ], Stephen Holland [ Young husband on TV ], Colin Dexter [ Man in college porter's lodge when Morse leaves after dinner with Jerome Hogg (uncredited) ]

    When the chef at Lewis's favorite Greek restaurant is found murdered, and a baby goes missing, Oxford's close-knit Greek community closes ranks. Matters aren't helped when Morse has a bad-tempered exchange with the shipping millionaire who owns the restaurant.

    b: 20 Mar 91 w: Peter Nichols s: Colin Dexter d: Adrian Shergold
  20. "Promised Land", aka "Inspector Morse in Australia"
    gs: Con O'Neill [ Paul Matthews ], Bill Young [ Farmer in ute ], Vanessa Patterson [ Karen Harding ], Rhondda Findleton [ Anne Harding ], Marie Armstrong [ Sash (Nursing home matron) ], John Jarratt [ Sgt Scott Humphries ], Maureen Green [ Sal (Nurse) ], Noah Taylor [ Dave Harding ], Paul Hunt [ Shearing Foreman ], Max Phipps [ Det Insp Glen McAllister ], Peter Browne [ Det Gary Warrender ], Philip Anthony [ Newspaper editor ], Kevin Leslie [ Barman ], Paul Hunt [ Shearing foreman ], Shayne Foote [ Barmaid ], Colin Dexter [ unknown cameo (uncredited) ]

    Lewis experiences culture shock when the search for an ex-supergrass takes them from Oxford to the Australian outback.

    b: 27 Mar 91 w: Julian Mitchell d: John Madden

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    6th Series 1992

  21. "Dead on Time"
    gs: Joanna David [ Susan Fallon ], Samantha Bond [ Helen Marriot ], David Haig [ Peter Rhodes ], Adrian Dunbar [ Dr John Marriot ], Richard Pasco [ William Bryce-Morgan ], Susan-Jane Tanner [ Nurse Rogers ], James Walker [ Henry Fallon ], Christopher Owen [ Solicitor ], Richard Hampton [ Coroner ], Tony Matthews [ Pathologist ], Greer Gaffney [ Henrietta Fallon ], Michael Tomlinson [ Constable ], Dominic Keating [ Murray Stone ], Roger Frost [ Photographer ], Thomas Craig [ Desk sergeant ], Alexander John [ Court official ], Brendan O'Hea [ Telecom engineer ], Colin Dexter [ Man with back to camera at Schubert reception ? (uncredited) ]

    Morse investigates the apparent suicide of a terminally ill Oxford don and finds he has a personal connection with the family. As the case develops, Lewis worries that Morse's professionalism is being undermined.

    b: 26 Feb 92 w: Daniel Boyle d: John Madden
  22. "Happy Families"
    gs: Anna Massey [ Lady Emily Balcombe ], Gwen Taylor [ Margaret Cliff ], Alun Armstrong [ Supt Holdsby ], Rupert Graves [ Billy ], Charlotte Coleman [ Jessica ], Andrew Ray [ Alfred Rydale ], Sukie Smith [ Lorraine ], Martin Clunes [ James Balcombe ], George Raistrick [ Sir John Balcombe ], Jonathan Coy [ Harry Balcombe ], Mark Draper [ Constable ], Jamie Foreman [ Chas ], Elizabeth Kettle [ WPC ], Tony Guilfoyle [ Journalist #1 ], Sophie Heyman [ Journalist #2 ], Daniel Mitchell [ Journalist #3 ], Roger Demeger [ Forensic scientist ], David Bauckham [ Police sergeant ], Ralph Nossek [ Prof Joshua Masterson ], Richard Ireson [ Pathologist ], Jan Van Hool [ Receptionist ], Dorian Macdonald [ Constable ], Beryl Kip [ Nottingham lady ], John Styles [ Punch & Judy man ], Colin Dexter [ Tramp when Billy is on rooftops (uncredited) ]

    A business tycoon's wife and sons come under suspicion when he is found murdered in his country mansion. Morse clashes with a new chief superintendent and is targeted by the tabloid press.

    b: 11 Mar 92 w: Daniel Boyle d: Adrian Shergold
  23. "The Death of the Self"
    gs: Frances Barber [ Nicole Burgess ], Michael Kitchen [ Russell Clarke ], Georges Corraface [ Claudio Battisti ], Peter Blythe [ Kenneth Lawrence ], Jane Snowden [ Maureen Dyson ], Chris Hunter [ Andreas Heller ], Julia Goodman [ May Lawrence ], Kate Harper [ Patti Wilcox ], Alan Rowe [ Alistair Haines ], Jane Wenham [ Judith Haines ], Jolyon Baker [ Guido Ventura ], Giorgio Serafini [ Tomaso Salafia ], Tattiana Colombo [ Piera Conti ], Allan Mitchell [ Coroner ], Cesare Landricina [ Driver Ponso ], Valeria Fabbri [ Nicole's dresser ], Janis Kelly [ singing voice of Nicole Burgess ], Colin Dexter [ Man three seats to Morse's left in closing opera scene (uncredited) ]

    The strange death of an Englishwoman abroad takes Morse & Lewis to the beautiful city of Verona in northern Italy, famed for its open-air stagings of operas in its ancient amphitheater. Morse delights in being there and is entranced by the glamorous opera singer Nicole Burgess, but Lewis just wants to go home.

    b: 25 Mar 92 w: Alma Cullen d: Colin Gregg
  24. "Absolute Conviction"
    gs: Diana Quick [ Hilary Stevens ], Sean Bean [ Alex Bailey ], Richard Wilson [ Brian Thornton ], Jim Broadbent [ Charlie Bennett ], Suzanna Hamilton [ Emma Cryer ], David Fielder [ Prison chaplain ], Tony Steedman [ Lawrence Cryer ], Susan Doran [ Young doctor ], Luke Williams [ George Newcombe ], Robert Pugh [ Harris ], Cheryl Hall [ Laura ], David Howey [ Dr Stephen Archer ], Steven Mackintosh [ Det Sgt Cheetham ], Jonathan Firth [ Peter Thornton ], Philip Davis [ Roland Sherman ], Sue Johnston [ Mrs Bailey ], Kevin Walsh [ Andy Metcalfe ], June Watson [ Mrs Harris ], James Aubrey [ Pathologist ], Sue Withers [ Court usher ], Richard Hampton [ Coroner ], Paul Dalton [ Photographer ], Pete Lee-Wilson [ Journalist ], Preston Lockwood [ College chaplain ], Georgia Mitchell [ Doctor in casualty ], Colin Dexter [ Prisoner being led from chapel, and listening to sermon ? (uncredited) ]

    Morse and Lewis experience life in HMP Farnleigh, an open prison, when they investigate the affairs of three imprisoned fraudsters, when one of them is murdered. Then an attempt is made on the life of a second.

    b: 8 Apr 92 w: John Brown s: Colin Dexter d: Antonia Bird
  25. "Cherubim and Seraphim"
    gs: Isla Blair [ Janey Wilson ], Sorcha Cusack [ Joyce ], Jason Isaacs [ Dr Desmond Collier ], John Junkin [ Ch Insp Holroyd ], Paul Brightwell [ Bristowe ], Liza Walker [ Vicky Wilson ], Charlotte Chatton [ Marilyn Garrett ], Charlie Caine [ Charlie Paget ], Anna Chancellor [ Sally Smith ], Freddie Brooks [ Jacko Lever ], Edwina Day [ Gwen Morse ], Matthew Tordre [ Ken Lewis ], Glen Mead [ Wayne ], Phillip Joseph [ Keith Garrett ], Christopher Benjamin [ Prof Furlong ], Larrington Walker [ Charlie Lever ], Doreen Ingleton [ Annie Lever ], Charlie Roe [ Mr Greenhill ], Anita Wright [ Mrs Venables ], Cinnamon Bone [ Lyn Lewis ], David Meyer [ Dr Hallett ], Rosalind Boxall [ Hilary Lane ], Bill Wallis [ Dr Hayward ], Julian Mitchell [ Publican ], Celia Blaker [ Nurse ], Michael Parkinson [ Police patrolman Tom ], Kay Clayton [ Lady on video ], David Bauckham [ Desk sergeant ], Louise Beattie [ Lizzy Haines ], Ian Reddington [ Estate agent ], Natasha Pope [ Bristow's girlfriend ], Colin Dexter [ Man next to Dr Collier at presentation (uncredited) ]

    Morse's step-niece commits suicide, and he takes compassionate leave. He starts to research her past to find the reason for it, and this confronts him with the generation gap. His investigation into the young girl's death leads him into an alien world of teenage hedonism: house parties, raves and designer drugs.

    b: 15 Apr 92 w: Julian Mitchell d: Danny Boyle

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    7th Series 1993

  26. "Deadly Slumber"
    gs: Carol Starks [ Jane Folley ], Jason Durr [ John Brewster ], Janet Suzman [ Claire Brewster ], Richard Owens [ Matthew Brewster ], Robert Swann [ Mark Felsham ], Brian Cox [ Michael Steppings ], Patrick Godfrey [ Dr Greer ], Penny Downie [ Nurse Wendy Hazlitt ], Connor Byrne [ Constable Willis ], Tim Morand [ Mr Hart (Landlord) ], Su Elliot [ Mrs Hart ], Peter Aubrey [ Sgt Benson ], John Bett [ Thomas Neely ], Carol Starks [ Jane Folley ], Jestyn Phillips [ Card player ], Adam Maxwell [ Policeman ], Ian McNeice [ Pathologist ], David Goudge [ Policeman ], Jenny Lynch [ WPC ], Kate Hiller [ Nurse ], Peter Leafe [ Caretaker ], Lou Wakefield [ Forensic scientist ], Nicholas Haverson [ Operator ], Fiona Farley [ Fingerprint officer ], Keith Hazemore [ Policeman ], Martin East [ Policeman ], Sarah Souster [ Nurse ], Colin Dexter [ College porter showing Morse & Lewis to Brewster (uncredited) ]

    The founder of a private hospital is found murdered in his car. Suspicion falls on a rich ex-bookmaker whose daughter developed severe brain damage during an operation at the hospital.

    b: 6 Jan 93 w: Daniel Boyle d: Stuart Orme
  27. "The Day of the Devil"
    gs: Keith Allen [ John Peter Barrie ], Harriet Walter [ Dr Esther Martin ], Patrick O'Connell [ Jack Vaizey ], Lloyd McGuire [ Clough ], Aran Bell [ PC Pringle ], Richard Graham [ PC Cobbs ], Patrick Drury [ Frank McTeer ], Peter Attard [ Mack Shaw ], Wayne Norman [ Larry Broomfield ], Richard Griffiths [ Humphrey Appleton ], Jacqueline Leonard [ Miss Spillers ], David Griffith [ Timothy Perry ], Katrina Levon [ WPC Nora Curtis ], Gilly Coman [ Holly Trevors ], Michael Culver [ Maugham Willowbank ], Gavin Richards [ Steven Trevors ], Anthony Carrick [ George Granger ], Martyn Read [ Sgt Brenner ], Sarah Booth [ Jane Post ], Mike Murray [ Mr Fox ], Kevin Stoney [ Heironymous St John ], Beverly Klein [ Barmaid ], Tony Collins [ Porter ], Martin Gower [ Fingerprint officer ], Nick Hobbs [ Nighthawk Two ], Andrew Bradford [ Nighthawk Three ], Bill McCabe [ Poacher ], Josh Bleasdale [ Desk sergeant ], Susan Ellen-Flynn [ Waitress ], Nicola Scott [ Press person #1 ], Richard Hoder [ Press person #2 ], Pamela Jikiemi [ Press person ], Naomi Capron [ Identikit officer ], Anthony Hunt [ Young porter ], Colin Dexter [ Man drinking tea on hotel lawn (uncredited) ]

    Morse and Lewis are drawn into the disturbing world of devil worship when they join the hunt for a violent rapist who has escaped from prison.

    b: 13 Jan 93 w: Daniel Boyle d: Stephen Whittaker
  28. "Twilight of the Gods"
    gs: Elaine English [ Tammy ], Alan David [ Sir Watkin Davies ], Celia Montague [ Adele Baydon ], Rachel Weisz [ Arabella Baydon ], Paul Rattigan [ Mark Scott ], John Bluthal [ Victor Ignotas ], Julian Curry [ Alan Cartwright ], Don Fellows [ Lyman Stansky ], Robert Hardy [ Andrew Baydon ], Joan Blackham [ Helen Buscott ], Michaela Noakes [ Janet ], Allan Corduner [ Gentile Bellocchio ], Harry Ditson [ Simon Vavasseur ], Caroline Berry [ Mari Probert ], Sheila Gish [ Gwladys Probert ], Paul Stacey [ Stephen Bartlett ], Jennifer Piercey [ Mrs Thompson ], John Gielgud [ Lord Hinksey ], Jean Anderson [ Lady Hinksey ], Steven Beard [ Florist ], Brian Bovell [ Pierre ], Julie Legrand [ Brigitte de Plessy ], Glen Davies [ Policeman ], James Naughtie [ Radio interviewer (Himself) ], Myles Hoyle [ Reporter #1 ], Janet Jefferies [ Reporter #2 ], Iain Rattray [ Fingerprint lab director ], Doug Bradley [ Clergyman Williams ], Charles Walker-Wise [ Page boy ], David Shimwell [ Constable ], Jason Arcardi [ Constable ], Billy Hartman [ Police sergeant ], Philip Childs [ Police sergeant ], Colin Dexter [ Man in Sheldon Theatre behind Lord Hinksey (uncredited) ]

    An unpleasant business tycoon and a world-famous opera singer are invited to receive honorary degrees by Oxford University, but the ceremony is halted when a sniper opens fire on the procession, and the singer is seriously wounded. But was she really the intended target?

    b: 20 Jan 93 w: Julian Mitchell d: Herbert Wise

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  29. "The Way Through the Woods"
    gs: Nicholas Le Provost [ Dr Alan Hardinge ], Malcolm Storry [ DCI Martin Johnson ], Neil Dudgeon [ David Michaels ], Michelle Fairley [ Cathy Michaels ], Vivienne Ritchie [ Claire Osborne ], Maggie Shevlin [ Margaret Daley ], Robin Soans [ Alisdair McBryde ], Chris Fairbank [ George Daley ], James D White [ Philip Daley ], Kay Stonham [ Lynne Hardinge ], Simon Scott [ Croxley ], George Beach [ Det Const Renton ], John Malcolm [ Williams ], Steven Crossley [ Prison chaplain ], Gary Powell [ Steven Parnell ], Peter Needham [ Estate manager ], Mark Feakins [ TV reporter ], Shaun Williamson [ Garage cashier ], Alex Richardson [ Mourner ], Colin Dexter [ Man at concert with Morse in opening scene (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Laura Hobson

    When a multiple-murder suspect is killed while on remand, the mystery of a missing fifth woman remains unsolved. In her effects was a postcard of a Pre-Raphaelite painting, the background of which was painted in some local woods. Morse is assigned to the case when what appears to be her body is discovered in those woods.

    b: 29 Nov 95 w: Russell Lewis s: Colin Dexter d: John Madden
  30. "The Daughters of Cain"
    gs: Gabrielle Lloyd [ Brenda Brooks ], Phyllis Logan [ Julia Stevens ], Amanda Ryan [ Kay Brooks ], Anthony Haygarth [ Ted Brooks ], Benjamin Whitrow [ Brownlee ], Lynn Farleigh [ Jane Cotterell ], Jason Riddington [ Ashley Davies ], Bernard Brown [ Dr Felix McClure ], Shane Hickmott [ Kevin Costyn ], Nadim Sawalha [ Dr Hassan ], Jeremy Peters [ Horse trainer ], Jasper Jacob [ Michael Mansell ], Angela Catherall [ Mrs Barnett ], Judi Armstrong [ Receptionist ], Steve Edwin [ Waterman ], Virginia Grainger [ Hospital sister ], Susie Fairfax [ Nurse ], Dominic Brunt [ Detective ], Josephine Clarke [ Nurse ], Anthony Blair [ Policeman ], Christopher Ashley [ Policeman ], Luke Pursey [ Student #1 ], Richard Claxton [ Student #2 ], Kate Anne [ Student #3 ], Chloe Tucker [ Student #4 ], Stephen Tindall [ Lab detective ], Andrew James-Spooner [ Lab detective ], Nicky Goldie [ Policewoman ], Richard Wellings-Thomas [ Policeman ], Colin Dexter [ Man with crutches in hospital waiting room (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Laura Hobson

    Murder strikes at the heart of Oxford's academic world when Dr Felix McClure, a retired university professor, is found stabbed to death. Morse and Lewis suspect the former custodian of McClure's room, Ted Brooks, who left his job abruptly after one of McClure's students committed suicide. The case heats up when Morse discovers that McClure, the suicidal student, and the student's roommate, Ashley Davies, were all in love with the same woman - who also happens to be Brooks's daughter. Morse and Lewis add to their long list of suspects when they begin to question the unusually close relationship between Ted Brooks's wife Brenda and the woman for whom she cleans house, schoolteacher Julia Stevens. Julia seems to be protecting Brenda from her husband's abusive behavior - but when Ted is found dead, it is suspected she may be protecting another kind of secret.

    b: 27 Nov 96 w: Julian Mitchell s: Colin Dexter d: Herbert Wise
  31. "Death Is Now My Neighbour"
    gs: Richard Briers [ Sir Clixby Bream ], John Shrapnel [ Julian Storrs ], Maggie Steed [ Angela Storrs ], Judy Loe [ Adele Cecil ], Roger Allam [ Denis Cornford ], Mark McGann [ Geoffrey Owens ], Holley Chant [ Shelly Cornford ], Susan Engel [ Dora Hammersby ], Colin MacCormack [ Hargreaves ], Susan Field [ Mrs Adams ], Candida Gubbins [ Sarah Hickman ], Jacquelyn Yorke [ Amber ], Walter McMonagle [ Chief Constable ], David Fennell [ Lord Lieutenant ], Margery Bone [ Maid ], Oliver Grig [ Ken Lewis ], Nicola Jeffries [ Diane Cullingham ], Julia Dalkin [ Rachel James ], Ben Caplan [ Barman ], Ashley Gunstock [ Porter ], Colin Dexter [ Vicar saying grace at college dinner (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Laura Hobson

    A young woman is fatally shot through her kitchen window at point blank range. With only a valentine from an unsigned lover to go on, Morse talks to the neighbors in the adjoining homes, including Geoffrey Owens, an aggressive journalist, and Adele Cecil, a music teacher with whom Morse is immediately taken - and secretly hopes is innocent. And then, at precisely the same time the next morning, Geoffrey Owens is shot and killed. Morse and Lewis learn that the two murders are connected to a discreetly, but bitterly fought competition taking place at Oxford's Lonsdale College. The current Master of Lonsdale, the malicious Sir Clixby Bream, is retiring, and two professors, Denis Cornford and Julian Storrs, are vying for the post, with their wives doing what they can to influence the election behind the scenes.

    b: 19 Nov 97 w: Julian Mitchell s: Colin Dexter d: Charles Beeson
  32. "The Wench Is Dead"
    gs: Lisa Eichhorn [ Dr Millicent "Millie" Van Buren ], Judy Loe [ Adele Cecil ], Matthew Finney [ Det Const Adrian Kershaw ], Juliet Cowan [ Joanna Franks ], Alan Mason [ Mr Greenaway ], Sarah Lam [ Susan Ho ], Aline Mowat [ Sister Nessie Maclean ], Sara Carver [ Nurse Fiona ], Philip Quast [ Mr Benfield ], Louisa Lawrenson [ Nurse Hall ], Karen Staples [ Mona ], Paul Mari [ Rory Jack Oldfield ], Kim Durham [ Alfred Musson ], David Keys [ Walter Towns ], Liam Barr [ Thomas Wootton ], Kieran Aherne [ Charles Franks ], Christopher Hargreaves [ Constable Harrison ], Jeff Nuttall [ Mr Justice Benham ], Osmund Bullock [ Verger ], Roger Llewellyn [ Governor ], Jamie Christian [ Constable Dean ], Jonathan Copestake [ Philip Tomes ], Neville Phillips [ Chaplain ], Robert Atiko [ MC ], Ian Coulson [ Constable ], Eamon Geoghegan [ Mulvaney ], Peter Glancy [ Jury Foreman ], Nick Raggett [ Stevens ], Michael Culkin [ Mr Sergeant Williams ], Simeon Andrews [ Mr Sergeant Lyons ], Patrick Hannaway [ Dr Willis ], Andy Grubb [ Ward ], Colin Dexter [ Man at conference in opening scene (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Laura Hobson

    Morse is laid up in hospital, and Lewis is away on an Inspector training course. To pass the time, Morse reads a book by American criminal expert Dr Millie Van Buren on the Oxford Canal Murder of 1859, in which the corpse of a young woman, Joanna Franks, was found floating in the canal, the apparent victim of four roughneck boatmen, Oldfield, Musson, Towns & Wooton, who were transporting her to London. The subsequent trial of three of the men resulted in the execution, by hanging, of two. Morse becomes convinced that the wrong men were convicted, and enlists the help of the Thames Valley Police Department's newest recruit, Adrian Kershaw. They dust off the physical evidence from the crime, stored in a nearby archive, and subject it to some very modern forensics tests. The results lead Morse to unearth a clever, duplicitous plot, the key to which lies in an abandoned grave in Ireland, and which would have spelled quite a different fate for the men who hanged in 1863.

    b: 11 Nov 98 w: Malcolm Bradbury s: Colin Dexter d: Robert Knights
  33. "The Remorseful Day"
    gs: T P McKenna [ Sir Lionel Phelps ], Paul Freeman [ Frank Harrison ], Anna Wilson-Jones [ Sandra Harrison ], Helen Pearson [ Debbie Repp ], Jesse Birdsall [ John Barron ], Simon Hepworth [ Simon Harrison ], Meg Davies [ Yvonne Harrison ], Barbara Lott [ Mrs Bayley ], Annette Ekblom [ Mrs Holmes ], Sharon Maiden [ Linda Barron ], Eddie Webber [ Harry Repp ], Aidan J David [ Roy Holmes ], Timothy Kightley [ Solicitor ], Barbara Kirby [ Shop assistant ], Colin Spaull [ Chas ], Anna Rose [ Tour rep ], James Benson [ Paddy Flynn ], Alisa Bosschaert [ Josie Flynn ], Wesley Smith [ Newsreader ], Paul Hegarty [ Scene of Crime officer (SOCO) ], Barrington Pheloung [ Choirmaster ], Colin Dexter [ Tourist in wheelchair (uncredited) ]

    rc: Dr Laura Hobson

    The year-long investigation into the murder of Yvonne Harrison in a quiet Cotswold village is sparked into life with the promise of new evidence. But though Chief Inspector Morse is due back on full duties, what exactly is the state of his health? And how will he react to Lewis leading the revitalised investigation?

    b: 15 Nov 00 w: Stephen Churchett s: Colin Dexter d: Jack Gold

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NOTES

The novels by Colin Dexter on which some of these dramas were based are: Last Bus to Woodstock [1975], Last Seen Wearing [1976], The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn [1977], Service of All the Dead [1979], Winter's Crime (short stories) [1981], The Dead of Jericho [1981], The Riddle of the Third Mile [1983], The Secret of Annexe 3 [1986], The Wench Is Dead [1989], The Jewel That Was Ours [1991], The Way Through the Woods [1992], The Daughters of Cain [1994], Morse's Greatest Mystery and Other Stories (short stories) [1995], Death Is Now My Neighbour [1996], The Remorseful Day [2000].
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