"Midsomer Murders: Series 18" - The English village mystery gets a contemporary spin in this hit British television series that has earned a worldwide following. Bucolic settings harbor macabre crimes and eccentric characters that are no match for DCI John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon, "Life of Riley") and his assistant, DS Charlie Nelson (Gwilym Lee, "Land Girls"). "Delightful in a murderously charming way," (Leonard Maltin's Movie Crazy). Guest stars include Diana Quick, Helen Baxendale, Julia Sawalha, Pip Torrens, Cherie Lunghi, and Malcolm Sinclair. "Habeas Corpus": When the corpse of an elderly man disappears from his deathbed, Barnaby and Nelson find themselves on the hunt for a serial body-snatcher. "The Incident at Cooper Hill": The death of a forest ranger in a UFO-sighting hotspot leads locals to believe that she was killed by aliens. "Breaking the Chain": When a champion cyclist is murdered minutes after winning a race, suspicion falls on both his rivals and his teammates. "A Dying Art": A wealthy eccentric dies on the opening night of his outdoor sculpture park, his body positioned in one of the artworks. "Saints and Sinners": Hours after making an important find, an archaeologist is found buried alive at the site of her dig. "Harvest of Souls": Barnaby and Nelson investigate the death of a man trampled by a horse near the Whitcombe Mallet Harvest Fayre.