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Gallery: See how the cast of Midsomer Murders have changed throughout the years (Hello!)
With plenty of upcoming TV shows interrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic, we're loving that classic dramas like Midsomer Murders are being re-shown on TV for us to enjoy. READ: Midsomer Murders star Neil Dudgeon opens up about his future on show The ITV drama has been a hit with its fans since it first aired in 1997 and the most recent series, which was aired in January, proved just as popular. Given it's been on our screens for over 20 years, the cast have no doubt changed a fair bit over time. Click through the gallery to take a look at some of the show's best-known faces and how they've changed over the years… DCI John Barnaby – Neil Dudgeon Neil Dudgeon took over from John Nettles after his departure in 2011 and has been the face of the show since. The star has had plenty of other work in TV such as Silent Witness and Life of Riley. Here's Neil towards the start of his acting career. MORE: Where is Midsomer Murders star John Nettles now?
DS Jamie Winter – Nick Hendrix Nick plays Jamie, John's right-hand Detective Sergeant. The star made his first appearance on the show in The Village that Rose from the Dead in season 19. In his early career, Nick enjoyed success in the theatre and small roles in shows such as Black Mirror. More recently, he is also known for his role in The Crown. MORE: Did you spot this Hollywood A-lister on Midsomer Murders?
Sarah Barnaby - Fiona Dolman Actress Fiona Dolman plays Sarah Barnaby, the wife of DCI John Barnaby. She joined the show at the same time as co-star Neil. Prior to Midsomer, she appeared in shows such as Waterloo Road and Heartbeat. Keep clicking for more photos...!
DS Charlie Nelson – Gwilym Lee Actor Gwilym Lee took on the role of DS Charlie Nelson in the show for three years from 2013 to 2016. Gwilym began his career in other TV shows such as Lewis, Waterloo Road and Ashes to Ashes. Now, he's recently enjoyed success in film, starring in the Academy Award nominated film Bohemian Rhapsody, alongside Rami Malek, as guitarist Brian May.
DCI Tom Barnaby – John Nettles John Nettles played the original role of DCI Barnaby in the show before leaving at the end of series 13. Since then, he's appeared in other popular drama Poldark. The actor decided to leave the role in 2011, telling The Telegraph: "I never thought when we were filming the pilot The Killings at Badger's Drift in 1996 that I would go on to film so many episodes. It has been a joy to be involved in such a long-running series with so many good actors and great storylines. It's the end of an era for me."
DS Benjamin Jones – Jason Hughes Jason Hughes appeared in the ITV drama as DS Benjamin Jones. He starred opposite the original on-screen detective John Hughes for series nine to thirteen before John's departure. Jason left the show in 2013 at the end of series 14, and has since appeared in Marcella, Death in Paradise and Three Girls.
Joyce Barnaby – Jane Wymark Playing alongside John Nettles was Jane Wymark as DCI Tom Barnaby's on-screen wife. Jane shares Poldark in common with her former co-star, however Jane appeared in the original series aired in 1977. Jane's also appeared in shows such as Doctors and mini-series Jo. Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
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Grantchester is a much-loved crime drama - and ITV have recently confirmed that it will indeed be back for season six - and filming has already begun!
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With James Norton stepping down from the main role, Tom Brittney will reprise his role as Grantchester’s Reverend Will Davenport as the series resumes in 1958. Of course, he will also be joined by Robson Green starring as DI Geordie Keating - and we can't wait to see the duo in action!
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The synopsis for the first episode has already been released, and reads: "Geordie, Cathy and their family, Will, Leonard and Mrs C take a much needed holiday together. However, what sets out to be a fun-filled break for everyone at a holiday camp, is interrupted by a tragic death at the resort. Geordie and Will are left with no choice but to help out, as an investigation into the death begins. As events unfold on the trip, there will be serious repercussions for the rest of the series."
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DI George Keating is back for season six
Speaking about the new series, Kudos Executive Producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd said: :In these difficult times we are delighted to be able to film another series of our beloved Grantchester. The cast and crew have worked tirelessly to bring the series to the screen and we know the audience are very excited to see what Will, Geordie and the Grantchester family have in store for them." © Provided by Hello! will-grantchester
Tom Brittney plays Will Davenport
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James previously left the show in season four after feeling like his character's storyline came to a "natural conclusion". At the time, he told Radio Times: "When the possibility of a fourth series came along, the decision was whether or not to start a whole new journey for Sidney… It felt like it would be better to hand over the baton to someone else and give Grantchester a fresh injection of energy.
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Grantchester's Tom Brittney and Robson Green film for series six .
The actors bonded over a beverage between takes after it was announced earlier this month the beloved show would return to screens. Tom, 29, who plays Reverend Will Davenport, was dressed in a dark blazer and matching trousers along with a black jumper, and looked in good spirits as he chatted to his co-star between takes. © Provided by Daily Mail Back in action: Tom Brittney, 29, and Robson Green, 55, enjoyed a pint as they continued filming series six of Grantchester in Cambridge on Wednesday Robson, 55, who stars as DI Geordie Keating, wore a beige coat over a dark brown suit for the day of filming.